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My NB has a fan on it and my FSB is only 692, but it's rather hot. What makes it strange is, my mobo supports up to 1066MHz FSB. So imagine the heat it generates at 1.4GHz, but I suppose it fails to work at all at those speeds.

Did you try resetting the BIOS?
If the NB failed would the green light be on? The light that is on the MB? I thought that green light showed everything was good on the MB. I did clear coms
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Next time when you OC, make sure that your PC boots fully into Windows and runs stable. Go small steps, and check stability with OCCT or Prime95 (not at every MHz, but at every 100MHz step, do a full stability test). Numbers in a Bios don't say too much in my opinion.
    
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True, you might be able to POST at 5GHz and you might be able to get into windows at 4.8GHz, but might only be stable at 4.6GHz.
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Next time when you OC, make sure that your PC boots fully into Windows and runs stable. Go small steps, and check stability with OCCT or Prime95 (not at every MHz, but at every 100MHz step, do a full stability test). Numbers in a Bios don't say too much in my opinion.
I alway have done stability tests in the passed. I was just going to see what I could max this CPU out at and then back it down till I was able to get into windows. I only took the pics as I think it is one heck of an OC for being on air. And your opinion is excactly that yours. My opinion on the other had is much different....Hints to why I am going to have to replace parts....
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I'm with Chozart here. Baby steps. You can't rush perfection.
If the mobo isn't making any funny sounds. Everything should be okay. Except if your BIOS took a dive off a short cliff. I'm not sure if your mobo will scream if the BIOS has failed.

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Usually you start at stock speed and go up and up till you can't anymore. Not jump 3GHz then come down till the PC boots.
    
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And your opinion is excactly that yours. My opinion on the other had is much different....Hints to why I am going to have to replace parts....
Hehe.. difference in opinions are good! Just keep those screenshots as proof for that 5GHz overclock If we all had the same opinion, we'd be running stock (since we'd agree with Intel's opinion).

Keep on clocking
    
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Hehe.. difference in opinions are good! Just keep those screenshots as proof for that 5GHz overclock If we all had the same opinion, we'd be running stock (since we'd agree with Intel's opinion).

Keep on clocking
Yep Yep .... As far as your NB being hot. That board is known for NB heat problems. I had one at 4.11 and had to get a 4500 rpm fan and attached it to mine to keep it cool.
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post #28 of 59
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I'm with Chozart here. Baby steps. You can't rush perfection.
If the mobo isn't making any funny sounds. Everything should be okay. Except if your BIOS took a dive off a short cliff. I'm not sure if your mobo will scream if the BIOS has failed.

*edit*
Usually you start at stock speed and go up and up till you can't anymore. Not jump 3GHz then come down till the PC boots.
I do usually and did start at the bottom with this setup. I was just pushing it and well I pushed a bit to hard and well something failed....first time in 7 different systems....I am usaully very carefull when doing my OC'ing but I wanted to see what my temps were going to do if I pushed it and well they were very good for air and in my opinion (if not a record) but this time I had a hardware failure. It happens and well this is the first time it has happened and well I am still very very happy with this "Bios Screenshot" To get over 5Ghz is AWSOME! Regardless as what others may think....
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Agreed. It is awesome!! I do congratulate you on that OC
    
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Agreed. It is awesome!! I do congratulate you on that OC
Thanks...Thats about all I wanted...LOL...
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