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OCCT Fails At 2.4GHZ for X2 3800+

post #1 of 6
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X2 3800+

OCed my cpu to 2.3GHZ

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=79937

Then, I simply upped the FSB to 240. Ran OCCT, and my pc crashed. I have voltage @ 1.425.
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post #2 of 6
Several things may need adjustments.
1. Upping the vcore
2. Upping the vdimm, relax the RAM timings and/or if necessary set a divider.
3. Increasing the nForce chip voltage.
4. Increase the Mem controler voltage.
Watch the temps on the CPU's full load with #1 and keep @ or below 50°c.

Opps... have you set your RAM's HT to 4? 4x will help the RAM run stable up to a 250MHz HTT, use 3x for above 250-333.
    
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post #3 of 6
I have the X2 3800+, what are your voltages at, all of them please. Also I find it useful to run a relatively high divider while trying to find how high the cpu can go, sometimes ram can be really picky when you don't think it should be. Saves a bunch of time spent going "why is it unstable, is it ram or cpu or mobo?" if you set a divider and eliminate the ram from the equation. You can always bring the ram up to it's max later.
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post #4 of 6
Amen run you ram on a divider and it will save you tons of the hassle of finding your FSB max stability. Up the vcore because you are def in a safe area there so ill assume your temps are great too.
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post #5 of 6
Try setting divider, it seems like ur ram is slowing you down. If that doesn't work, you'll might need new rams and i'm selling my TCCD
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post #6 of 6
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Ok, thanks for the help guys, I set up a divider and passed the OCCT test @ 2.4ghz. Thank you for the help!
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