ook so i changed the fbs to 268 with 1.4v ran prime with small fft for 15mins
ran fsb @ 272 with 1.425v did not work
ran fsb @ 272 with 1.45v but had heat issues 63/64 constant in that 15min mark
ran fsb @ 270 with 1.42v worked
ran fsb @ 270 with 1.4v no go
i think i hit my max
forgot what ratio but fsb at 2430 and ran prime for 20mins with small fft all good.
tried 2700 for nb for 1.28v didn't work
tried 2700 for nb for 1.3v didn't work
did i hit my max here?
tried using sb for 2430 at default (i could not figure out how to change the south bridge voltage, its a gigabyte mobo btw) did not work
tired using sb for 2160 at default seems to work ran prime for 20mins with small fft.
my question is what is up with my ram? why won't it let me set the cl or any of the settings to defult or slower speeds. could it be that i have 4gigs and installed 32bit windows 7. i am going to do a fresh install of windows 7 with 64bit...i made my main drive 2 small
EDIT: i did not see to run prime for large fft for nb/sb doing that now.
i had nb run at 2430 @ 1.24v it crashed at 15mins
i lowerd the nb and ran at 2160 at 1.22 and prime runs for a few mins then closes. what gives?
i ran the nb at 2160 @1.24 and it crashes in 10mins.
i ran the nb at 2160 @1.26 and i got an error in 3mins
does my nb seem low to anyone
i ran the nb at 1860 @ default voltage and i got an error in 12mins
i ran the nb at 2160 @ 1.3 and got an error in 9mins
RANDOM QUESTION: is it better to run my computer at 3.5 with 2000nb or 3.8 with 1800nb?
also when i go to bios my computer shows "normal cpu vcore 1.475" however when i added +.05 it shows that my vcore is 1.5, however if i hold down the down arrow it will cycle from showing 1.5 to 1.4 and back to 1.5. i rebooted and bios shows "normal cpu vcore 1.375" is something broke?Edited by snitzle_iii - 1/24/11 at 12:22am