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Why are you overclocking your processor so much more? If its for game performance, you better look into a new graphics card before pushing too much on the CPU. Your GPU is probably the biggest bottleneck I see in your specs....
    
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my fsb is 140.0 mhz

thats what cpu-z tell me.
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Ok. Now you say all your temps are fine and that the system has tested as stable.

Since that is the case I would try and increase the fsb to 145 and retest. Do not worry about damaging anything as since you are on stock voltages and since Intel has a built in thermal diode that will shut the CPU down before any real damage can occur you are just fine.

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There are some others who would disagree with you on that point

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Quote:
Originally Posted by killnine
Why are you overclocking your processor so much more? If its for game performance, you better look into a new graphics card before pushing too much on the CPU. Your GPU is probably the biggest bottleneck I see in your specs....
um ide like to differ, that card he has is still pretty decent, no you can max newer games out, but it still playes them fine... but that cpu is just terrible nowadays, and it never hurts to have more power anyways...



and ropey, i think the auto shutdown needs to be enabled in bios for the max temp... atleast it does in my bios, it should be already set by default, though better check to be safe...
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post #25 of 37
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I think the auto shutdown needs to be enabled in bios for the max temp... atleast it does in my bios, it should be already set by default, though better check to be safe...
There is no auto shutdown in the BIOS for the Intel thermal diode. What you speak of is a shutdown of the motherboard IC temperature PLL (close to the CPU) circuit which will create a stop event of the system when a motherboard temperature is reached. Some motherboards have this feature and some do not.

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post #26 of 37
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so i push my cpu external frequency to 145?
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post #27 of 37
Yes, and then test for stability with OCCT. Then raise the fsb another few increments and retest. Keep doing this until you are not stable. Once you are not stable then you increase the cpu voltage incrementally (small steps) until you are stable again. Do not increase the voltage past 1.65V though and keep an eye on the temperatures as we spoke of yesterday on MSN.

Prime95 will be for final testing.

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post #28 of 37
Thread Starter 
having problem lol

pc probe says temperature n/a now

and the cpu-z is error it dosnt start

and occt shows 0 on all categories lol

normal? or its cuz i miss volt? or what

do i increase my cpu voltage? by removing auto and push to 1.70?
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post #29 of 37
Quote:
Originally Posted by Creeping Death
do i increase my cpu voltage? by removing auto and push to 1.70?
This is why you need to post all the settings you have changed. You refuse to do that for what reason I can not understand. Have you moved the AGP/PCI mode to asynchronous as we talked about in your first thread? I also told you to do this via MSN.

This should not be happening.

Edit: Pasted from your previous thread:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ropey
That about does it

Restart your system and enter the AwardBIOS setup by pressing the <Delete> key upon restart.

Enter your advanced

In step formation:

Set "CPU Speed" to "Manual"
Set "CPU External Frequency" (MHz) to 140 (133 is your unclocked spec)
Leave your "Vcore" at "Auto" ( You will change this later but for now you want to find your maximal overclock without raising the core voltage)


Move to "Chip Configuration"

Set your "SDRAM Configuration" to "By SPD"
Set your "Chipset Clock Mode" to "Asynchronous" (This is referred to a PCI/AGP lock and will keep your agp and pci bus both within their rated specs whilst you raise the CPU. Normally if you did not do this you would raise both your PCI and AGP bus out of spec and would easily render your system instable).

Download Prime95:
Download SuperPi:

http://www.overclock.net/overclock.p...ware-guide.htm


Download OCCT

http://www.short-media.com/download.php?d=456

Use these programs to test for stability.

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post #30 of 37
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ok ok wait a minutes

tell me all all all that i have to modify on my bios for i dont do error

because now im on
cpu speed - manual
cpu external frequency - 145
vcore - manual
volt 1.65
sdram-by spd
chipset clock mode - asynchronous like you said.


something wrong if so tell me it because i keep having problem with my pc at the moment. which you say arent normal

and cpu-z decline to start it says send error to windows.
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