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Well i think u should work ur way up, start slowly and if all seems fine, ye why not try 4ghz
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Well i think u should work ur way up, start slowly and if all seems fine, ye why not try 4ghz
I heard my mobo is very good for FSB overclocking, I just hope it does 4Ghz without NB overheating, and also I hope the cpu does 4Ghz lower than 1.5v I don't want my temps go too high xD.
    
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its not always the board limiting FSB overclocking, as my board can run at 318MHz bus, but as a 6core its too hot above 305 or so (ran 318 w/4 cores disabled). most of the time, the cpu is being limited because of temps

throwing a fan on the NB always helps too
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its not always the board limiting FSB overclocking, as my board can run at 318MHz bus, but as a 6core its too hot above 305 or so (ran 318 w/4 cores disabled). most of the time, the cpu is being limited because of temps

throwing a fan on the NB always helps too
Do you think if I put a fan right into the NB it'll help?

http://www.madboxpc.com/wp-content/u...90fxt-ud5p.jpg

That is my board, which one is the NB?
    
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IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL bsod while computer is not under load (only had browser/torrent client/itunes running). really annoying me since i've passed like 20hrs of prime95.

increase voltage or should i just call it quits and lower my cpu/nb freq. it's 1.325v atm, 2860mhz

Increase CPU voltage, drop CPU-NB multiplier
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Do you think if I put a fan right into the NB it'll help?

http://www.madboxpc.com/wp-content/u...90fxt-ud5p.jpg

That is my board, which one is the NB?
Which one is the NB in that pictuer? That's my mobo, I'm planning to add a 1200rpm revoltec fan pushing air right to the NB or a 80mm fan that I have from an old pc.
    
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Which one is the NB in that pictuer? That's my mobo, I'm planning to add a 1200rpm revoltec fan pushing air right to the NB or a 80mm fan that I have from an old pc.
the NB is almost always between the PCIe slots and the CPU socket

here is mine


the southbridge is usually on the lower section of the board, commonly next to the CMOS battery and near the SATA ports, with the NB between expansion slots and socket, then the PWM (power management) between the socket and the IO back ports (some boards have PWM above socket as well, usually the higher end boards)

i put a fan like this in my case, works well when i use it
Attachment 168218

Edited by skier - 8/15/10 at 10:02am
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This one is the NorthBridge.

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so you think putting a 120mm fan (even tho it's crap fan 1200rpm revoltec with led) towards the NB will help?
    
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so you think putting a 120mm fan (even tho it's crap fan 1200rpm revoltec with led) towards the NB will help?
Yeah it will improve temps.However the 790FX chips don't heat up too much.My mobo's chip heats up to about 41*C with 1.25v.I've once set it to 1.4v and it only got up to 53*C.
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