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Thank you I got it at vcore of 1.375 at it stable and much cooler
30c idle/35c load

Thank so much!!!!!!!!!!
    
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big t,more core V do it.=>OC
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big t,more core V do it.=>OC Presler can run a little warm with good cooler still be fine.
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OK, I got at 1.3875v and windows boots up .. only thing that does bother's that little windows noise in the beginning is super lagging up.. Never did that when i was at 1.5v...also it seems alot more lagging in program and the internet
    
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OK, I got at 1.3875v and windows boots up .. only thing that does bother's that little windows noise in the beginning is super lagging up.. Never did that when i was at 1.5v...also it seems alot more lagging in program and the internet
Lagging is a common problem when you dont have enough voltage. Try upping it to the next possible Vcore, and then see if that fixes it.
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next higher vcore,watch temp close, my MB reports CPU temp at least 10C lower than possible , carefully touch your heatsink is it warm,hot ?
i wouldnt push to hard on stock HSF.
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next higher vcore,watch temp close, my MB reports CPU temp at least 10C lower than possible , carefully touch your heatsink is it warm,hot ?
i wouldnt push to hard on stock HSF.
Please use clear and complete sentences. I cannot understand what you are trying to say. People are going to much more willing to help you if your post are inteligeble.
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OK, I got at 1.3875v and windows boots up .. only thing that does bother's that little windows noise in the beginning is super lagging up.. Never did that when i was at 1.5v...also it seems alot more lagging in program and the internet
Ok, but what is the clock speed there. Did you just go from 1.375 to 1.3875 and not change your FSB?


You need to up the FSB.....then when it's unstable you bump the Vcore a bit.


Please lsit your clock speed along with your Vcore, as this will make helping out much easier.
post #19 of 19
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I curretly Have my system at 4.2Ghz Clock speed and Fsb of 1.2Ghz
Cpu vcore at 1.375v
Fsb voltage at 1.30V

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