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333mhz means youre on a divider unless youre using pc2700 ram and i doubt that you are...you will have to eventually up your vdimm (memory voltage) to get stable, so whatever the voltage is on stock settings...say 2.65v you would want to raise to about 2.85v to cause the instability to go away...

but that is after the CPU voltage is not the cause, how will you know when the cpu voltage is not the cause? simple, when you attempt to boot into windows and it says file so and so is missing, just restart and give it some more voltage. when youre able to boot into windows thats how you will know your CPU is getting enough volts.

Ram on the other hand, you will know when it needs more voltage by using memtest, if you get at least 500 errors within the first minute, you need lots more voltage...BUT depeding on what ram chips you have, you could even end up putting too many volts through them causing errors, so its a try thing, try a setting and see if it works, if not, try another .
nah iam on pc3200. Well ill try but whats difference between pc2700 and pc3200 ? because i just read that in Everest.
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nah iam on pc3200. Well ill try but whats difference between pc2700 and pc3200 ? because i just read that in Everest.

sorry i got one more question, how can i find my current stock DDr voltage?

In addition , why did this error occure . First i had these settings on

FSB 245
Vcore 1.55v thats the max iam allowed to set at . ( asked in asus website no1 noes about it )
Multi x11
Mem max clock 333mhz

I ran then 32M Superpi then i ran 30 min SP2004 and it showed an FATAL error . Then next day i ran only SP2004 right after i turned on my pc and after 2 houres it gave me same error FATAL error , what should i do ?
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Okay those r my settings

FSB 245
Vcore 1.55v thats the max iam allowed to set at . ( asked in asus website no1 noes about it )
Multi x11
Mem max clock 333mhz
Vdimm: 2.8v

after runnin SP2004 for 2houres and 6 mins it gave me this stupid error >_<
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Blend - stress CPU and RAM Min: 8 Max: 4096 InPlace: No Mem: 927 Time: 15
CPU: 2699MHz FSB: 245MHz [245MHz x 11.0 est.]
15/01/2006 07:36 Beginning a continuous self-test to check your computer.
Press Stop to end this test.
Test 1, 4000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M19922945 using 1024K FFT length.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
Torture Test ran 2 hours, 6 minutes 52 seconds - 1 errors, 0 warnings.
Execution halted.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Any1 help!!
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