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So I OC'd it to 3.00 GHz, it really makes my games run faster, but I noticed that if played for a while I get a blue screen of death. This happened in Dragon Age, and then in Mirror's Edge. What is usually the problem when this occurs?
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is your overclock stable, have you stress tested? Run OCCT:Linpack to check stability. Go back to stock settings and see if it BSODs.
 
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is your overclock stable, have you stress tested? Run OCCT:Linpack to check stability. Go back to stock settings and see if it BSODs.
I downloaded the software but I don't know what to do with this and what the purpose is. What am I looking for?
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post #4 of 11
Click on the Linpack tab on the left, set the time to infinite and press ON. Leave the other settings alone. If the computer BSODs or freezes, your overclock is unstable.


leave the program running in the ON position for at least a few hours.
Edited by ez12a - 6/8/10 at 3:32pm
 
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Click on the Linpack tab on the left, set the time to infinite and press ON. Leave the other settings alone. If the computer BSODs or freezes, your overclock is unstable.


leave the program running in the ON position for at least a few hours.
Ok so if it does freeze, then what? What am I suppose to change in the BIOS settings?
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post #6 of 11
Your overclock is probably not stable from the sound of it.
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Ok so if it does freeze, then what? What am I suppose to change in the BIOS settings?
Start Here!

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-core-2-a.html
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Ok so I d/l'd it, but there is a problem, I look at the 'linpack' tab and it is already checked 'ON', and so is everything else, is it supposed to be like that?

BTW thanks for link.
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Ok so I d/l'd it, but there is a problem, I look at the 'linpack' tab and it is already checked 'ON', and so is everything else, is it supposed to be like that?

BTW thanks for link.
Click the green button that says ON; Is it blinking?
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Click the green button that says ON; Is it blinking?
Oh I see thanks! Ok so when this is checked 'ON' is it safe to do anything else on my computer or what?
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