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IMC is the Integrated Memory Controller. It is on the chip with the Phenom IIs. I don't know if your CPU is the same or not. You might try putting the CPU speed back to stock and then running the game again just to make sure that the quad is stable. I know that when you unlock the Phenom II X2s to X4s you don't always get stable cores. I'm guessing that it isn't ram related now.

Make sure that Spread Spectrum is Disabled on the Cell Menu page. Also CPU-NB voltage might be called NB voltage in that BIOS. I'm just not sure.

If you have any way to adjust per core ACC then that can help sometimes as well. I'm just throwing things out there right now. I guess that we need to eliminate things one by one.

I have ACC set to -2% on the first two cores and +2% on the third and fourth cores.

The only way that you could test if it were the video card would be to swap in a different card or try the onboard graphics. Or put that card in a different computer.
Edited by coonmanx - 6/13/10 at 12:07am
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Everything is cool now. I think it was because of the superclocked settings that made it unstable so i used evga precision and underclocked it a little. Everything running smoothly. Also i got my processor at 2.86GHz with stock voltage. It's been stable since i played like tf2 for like 5-7 hours and then i used prime95 for like iunno 3?
    
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Well done on the troubleshooting. If you should want to go higher on the OC then I would definitely put the ram down one notch in speed. Just depends how far you want to push the CPU. This is pretty cool since I had just posted a thread regarding that CPU and its unlocking abilities. It makes a pretty good quad for not too much dough.
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