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post #11 of 24
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Hmmm.. ok Im going to try actually physically removing the extra graphics and see what happens.
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post #12 of 24
thats not really necessary. try my idea first
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post #13 of 24
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Originally Posted by kingofyo1 View Post
ok since the vid cards power are going off a different supply, you should be fine power wise. The thing is, the x6 pulls approx 140w of power more or less. I'd suggest for 4 ghz, that you do a fsb of 200 and multiplier of 20. You will need to up your voltage to around 1.375(ish), put your NB around 2600-3000, HT at 2000, cpu-nb voltage around 1.3, drop your dram from 1333 to 800 or 1067 mhz to allow headroom for OC of your cpu. Give that all a try and get back to me please
Ok, thanks... get back to you in a few
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post #14 of 24
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OK, this time it did boot into windows but crashed within seconds while running AMD Overdrive's stability test and Prime95

temps at crash were 32C and 33C respectively
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post #15 of 24
Ok lets try upping voltage on CPU to 1.4. Also you may want to try upping voltage of your dram by .1
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post #16 of 24
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Upped vcore to 1.4 and 1.41

All had pretty much the same results as before, crash while running prime or overdrive

Also this time after windows crashed.. i had a pretty hard time getting BIOS to even come up. Guessing this is "normal" while trying to OC.

DRAM is at 1067 @ 1.65v should i change any of this?

thanks for the patience
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post #17 of 24
drop dram to 800 and up voltage to 1.7 bump cpu and cpu-nb up one or two notches and give it another shot
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post #18 of 24
I would say leave ram at 1.65v, drop ram speed to 666mhz and then if it is stable in p95, start to tighten the ram timings towards a cas latency of 6 or 7.
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post #19 of 24
with his ram and that board, I dont think he's got the option of a 666 freq on ram. 800, then 1067 then 1333 then 1600
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post #20 of 24
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Ok, did that, Windows wouldnt even boot this time

RAM was at 800mhz @ 1.7v (no option for 666mhz)
vcore @ 1.45v

Also, just out of curiousity, i set the CPU and RAM back to stock settings (3200mhz, 200x16) offset voltage, 1067 on the RAM @ stock voltage and p95 and overdrive still crash... although, it takes a bit longer, about 2 min instead of 5 seconds.

Did I perhaps damage the CPU or get a defective one? or maybe there is a prob with RAM? not sure just throwing ideas out. temps seem normal again (~33C crash time)

EDIT: Reseated the h50 and restarted the comp and everything is fine now on stock settings... perhaps it was the h50, going to try the above ideas again.
Edited by Vertiousit - 12/31/10 at 11:57am
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