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post #2601 of 6472
My best 2x2GB of my three 2x2GB Crucial Ballistix Kits, in combination with those 2x1GB sticks almost did 1200MHz 6-5-6-15 1.96v stable.. Tried using only 2x2GB, no difference. Memtest for Windows gave errors after a while. I don't care to loosen more timings, as they will do my current timings at just below 1200MHz stable..
    
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Hey guys i have a question.

If my CPU is unstable, and doing a test in memtest i have error , these errors can be caused by an unstable processor?.

MemTest for Windows.
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Originally Posted by Darekk1990 View Post
Hey guys i have a question.

If my CPU is unstable, and doing a test in memtest i have error , these errors can be caused by an unstable processor?.

MemTest for Windows.
Probably not..

If your CPU is unstable it would BSOD...

If you're worried about CPU then just set CPU multiplier to 6x so that it runs at lower speed and leave everything else as it is and test with memtest..

That way you'd be sure that if memtest reports errors it is actually caused by RAM and not CPU..

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Actually had a Q9400/510FSB validation here. Windows BSOD'd just when I was about to bookmark the webpage, but when I booted up again, Firefox had stored the page

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1734702
Edited by turrican9 - 3/27/11 at 5:51am
    
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KingT

Let us talk a little about using windows if you're not Large FFT's stable. If I decided to try and use my Q9400@P5Q Pro Turbo combo at 490FSB x8... What are your experience for 24/7 use when totally unstable Large FFT's?
    
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@ turrican9

Nice man..

You should test settings with 6x multiplier to see what FSB you can hit..

Then reboot and upp Vcore and multi and start upping FSB..

And do not go for validation when you are FSB pushing..

You can store a .cvf file with CPU-Z in its installation folder by hitting F7 button:

1. You need to make a CPU-Z your active window by clicking on it first,then hit F7 and your validation file is saved..

2. When you're done with FSB overclocking (when you crash) then load your stable settings and boot to OS..

3. then on the last tab of CPU-Z in the bottom right corner clock on "Validation" button..

4. Then a new window will appear where you click on "Validation ID's page" in the bottom right corner.

5. Then a tab in your web browser will open..

6. There you can enter your username (turrican9),E-mail and point on that .cvf file in your CPU-Z installation folder..

7. Hit "validate" and you're done,you will get link for your CPU-Z validation..

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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9 View Post
KingT

Let us talk a little about using windows if you're not Large FFT's stable. If I decided to try and use my Q9400@P5Q Pro Turbo combo at 490FSB x8... What are your experience for 24/7 use when totally unstable Large FFT's?
I have used my Q9550 @ 495MHz for a full day & 506MHz for a couple of hours and never had a issue..(gaming/benchmarking and web browsing)

P95 on those FSB's was not an option..

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Quote:
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@ turrican9

Nice man..

You should test settings with 6x multiplier to see what FSB you can hit..

Then reboot and upp Vcore and multi and start upping FSB..

And do not go for validation when you are FSB pushing..

You can store a .cvf file with CPU-Z in its installation folder by hitting F7 button:

1. You need to make a CPU-Z your active window by clicking on it first,then hit F7 and your validation file is saved..

2. When you're done with FSB overclocking (when you crash) then load your stable settings and boot to OS..

3. then on the last tab of CPU-Z in the bottom right corner clock on "Validation" button..

4. Then a new window will appear where you click on "Validation ID's page" in the bottom right corner.

5. Then a tab in your web browser will open..

6. There you can enter your username (turrican9),E-mail and point on that .cvf file in your CPU-Z installation folder..

7. Hit "validate" and you're done,you will get link for your CPU-Z validation..

CHEERS..
I know I should have brought down the multi. I was just playing with TurboV. It was not a planned thing this time However, i feel this Q9400 is very, very good. Very cool running CPU.

No matter what I do, I will probably never beat your highest Q9550/P5Q Pro FSB. It was a pretty fantastic thing you achieved there.
    
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There are only two guys on HWBot that have higher FSB on P5Q Pro with a C2Q..

One has 526.8 with Q9450 and other one has 532MHz with a Q6600 if I remember correctly..

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