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what is your vcore at? and i would keep vagp at 1.6 and then raise vdimm to 2.70v... then run prime again..

thats a good question.. in the bios i know ive set it to 1.525 but mbm5 shows it being 1.44 idle.. i know this board has drooping problems and a mod to fix it.. but i thought that was under a load.. so im not sure what it is..i will try rasing the vdimm to 2.7 and run prime again..
    
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ok if you still fail prime i would loosed ram timings... i cant quite make aout what you timings are... is it 2.5-4-4-8? if so raise it to 3-4-4-8 and then run prime again... but only if it fails you again...
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ok if you still fail prime i would loosed ram timings... i cant quite make aout what you timings are... is it 2.5-4-4-8? if so raise it to 3-4-4-8 and then run prime again... but only if it fails you again...
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on the next reboot ill double check the timings.. also the the spread on the vdimm was 2.75 i couldnt do 2.7 .. that .05 shouldnt be to much should it
    
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no ithin the 2.75 should be fine... and ya check you timings again and let us know what they are...
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Your first statement that says there is no real limit is dangerous and I stand by what I said in regards to that singular dangerous statement. Doubly so when a newbie comes away from your post with just that statement in mind.
I agree, I mean you don't want to be pumping over 2+ volts for a prescott ect.. but most of that is temp related.. on Air, I would say 1.525 is a good limit, on water, 1.55v is a limit, and it varies on chillers and phasechange kits.

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If electrostatic discharge will and does kill people it also will and does kill cpu's. It also will and does shorten cpu lifespans and moreso if those who overclock follow that statement of yours.
Yes, overclocking does shorten your life of your computer, but think about it, many people replace their computers every 3-4 years, here on OC.net, compies usually get upgraded or replaced every year or every-other year. It's a given that raising your vcore, vAGP and other settings will all have a negative effect on your CPU's lifespand, but, tweaking a few things in the bios won't do any bodily harm, unless your doing something worthy of it.

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Some people do NOT read the entire posts. They see just a portion and if that portion is your singular statement there, you are giving dangerous advice whether you admit it or not.
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Yes, I realize that, but it's not my fault when people blow up their computers because they didn't read the entire post, or read the entire manual that came with their dell. I give tips to max out CPU preformace and make it run its A game. Usually when you do suscide shots with a 2.4 @ 4GHz, your putting a lot on the line, and I hope the reader realizes that problems happen, it's a given. Nothing is perfect, and nothing will ever be perfect, but it's all worth it when you can brag about a sweet OC or higher benchmark than another person. Everyones advice is different, that's what makes forums unique.
    
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no ithin the 2.75 should be fine... and ya check you timings again and let us know what they are...

so far so good on the prime.. ive lasted longer then my last time my vcore is jump though from 1.477-1.55(mostly 1.477 to 1.488 with spikes as high as 1.55) its set to 1.525.. the highest temp ive read so far is 47c ive upped the mbm by 3c i think thats about what it was off with the bios if it wasnt then i have a 3c buffer.. under mbm i looked at the ram.. it did say 2.5 4 4 8.. i did notice the two sets of ram i have are clocked differnt ones 3200 and ones 2700.. i do have heat spreaders on these as well as a nifty crab for some active cooling as well..
    
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the cooling is good... which one are the pc2700? if you 2gig set is pc3200, i would remove the pc2700 all together, for they dont offer much more performance then the 2gig of pc3200...if thats what they are...
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the cooling is good... which one are the pc2700? if you 2gig set is pc3200, i would remove the pc2700 all together, for they dont offer much more performance then the 2gig of pc3200...if thats what they are...
no actually the 2 gigs it the pc2700 got a great price on em.. wasnt thinking of ocing at the time.. but they seem the be holding up pretty well i have passed the first set of test.. the 1024k test which i didnt make that before i upped the vdimm and the vcore .. i hope my cooling is good ive invested almost as much into the cooling as i have the system.. with the big water i did replace their 120mm fan with a heavy cfm panflo i think its making a big differance on the radiator i also applied mini heatsinks to all the pwm/plls on the board and i replaced the stock asus chipset sink with a swiftech extreme duty chipset cooler .. nice big copper thing with a 40mm fan on it..
    
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can't you all see it may be the PSU ???? 450W with a x1300 and 320gigs!! big water, and some other... fans.. i suposse..... try a uprovement in your PSU... then get to 4ghz...
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can't you all see it may be the PSU ???? 450W with a x1300 and 320gigs!! big water, and some other... fans.. i suposse..... try a uprovement in your PSU... then get to 4ghz...
i dont see anything wrong with it.... i have a 400 watt system and im doin just fine.... its not always about the wattage, the current(amp) rating matter more than wattage....
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