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post #11 of 22
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Originally Posted by ShaolinMilk
Okay guys. I fixed it... Thank you.

And by the way, I don't have stock cooling anymore!=D

I can run at 3.42GHz and my temp is at 43C idle and 50C on load. It's just my mobo that's holding me back!
what do you have for cooling, because i run those same temps with stock cooling...
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post #12 of 22
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These are my specs right now... My old stock cooling, my idle was like 58 and on load, it was like 75...
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post #13 of 22
not saying much for that zalman....
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post #14 of 22
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not saying much for that zalman....
Oh it isn't but its a good cooler, maybe bad seating or no as5.
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post #16 of 22
Hmmmmmm.. well, I was gonna say it shouldn't be too hard to up your RAM's speed to 1:1 with your FSB and then set your CAS to 2.5, and even try for 2, but then I saw one of your stick is PC2700. That's gonna limit you pretty bad. I've never been in that situation WHILE overclocking, so I couldn't really help you. Hopefully someone comes along who can though, because I'm curious to see what you can do
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post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by Neocold
The cmos jumper is usually right around the battery somewhere, it is 2 pins, sometimes with a jumper hanging off one but not connected to both. If no jumper is present then ya gotta get one... usually hard drives come with extras.
No, CMOS jumbers are either 2 or 3 pins, depending on the board.
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Yikes! Alright, thanks for your input anyways.
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post #19 of 22
Pffffffffff, why should we listen to you? You're just some idiot
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post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by CanadaGradeEh
Hmmmmmm.. well, I was gonna say it shouldn't be too hard to up your RAM's speed to 1:1 with your FSB and then set your CAS to 2.5, and even try for 2, but then I saw one of your stick is PC2700. That's gonna limit you pretty bad. I've never been in that situation WHILE overclocking, so I couldn't really help you. Hopefully someone comes along who can though, because I'm curious to see what you can do
You definately won't be able to run 1:1 anywhere with that ram. Running two different cas latencys with a pair of ram really hurts performance. My suggestion would be to pick yourself up a good dual channel kit.
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