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Help to stabilize my over!

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Hi everyone. I am new to the forum!
I'm from Brazil, sorry by the English by google!

Well, lets get down to.

I want to make one over on my old Q8200. TOTALLY OLD, yes I know.
But that's what I have.

I've got 3.0 on it, without hacking on the vcore, something I am very afraid of shake! I've heard stories of burning processor when due it.
So everything is stable ... not restarts or anything ...
But not content myself, I want 3.2, which was a clock that has left the computer fast ...
But to use it often, specifically gaming heavy games, giving the blue screen computer restarts, accusing memory error ...

Perform a test of memory, has no logical error, something that might even be. Well there, I started to worry me, is the vcore? What's the tip you give me to set the vcore? Hello everyone. I am new to the forum!
I'm from Brazil, sorry in advance by the English by google!

Well, lets get down to.

I want to make one over on my old Q8200. TOTALLY OLD, yes I know.
But that's what I have.

I've got 3.0 on it, without hacking on the vcore, something I am very afraid of shake! I've heard stories of burning processor due to it.
So everything is stable ... not restarts or anything ...
But not content myself, I 3.2, which was a clock that has left the computer fast ...
But to use it often, specifically gaming pricipalmente-heavy, giving the blue screen computer restarts, accusing memory error ...

Perform a test of memory, has no logical error, something that might even be. Well there, I started to worry me, is the vcore? What's the tip you give me to set the vcore? Precations What should I take?

Thanks to everyone now, hugs.

Thanks to everyone now, hugs.
    
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I highly doubt it will be stable
Download this (http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=103)
And run it. It will test your overclock for stabilty
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Yeah. then we do over and let the press working, it's the knack!
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You have to increase the voltages on your CPU. It's true that larger voltages can burn out a CPU, but at lower overclocks, running a system that isn't 100% stable will cause damage to the processor over time.

Somebody linked you to Prime95 there, that is a less harsh test than either LinX or Intel burn test but probably gives a better representation of your system under full load. You will want to run that for 5-6 hours without any issues to be sure you're stable imo.

If you download intel burn test or LinX and run it on max memory, you can get away on shorter tests, but it puts a huge amount of strain on your CPU, the temps you get running that may exceed what you get on Prime95 by up to 20oC.

Also, download realtemp or coretemp to watch your CPU temperatures. They shouldn't exceed about 70oC. If you're getting above 80, you will probably want to back your overclock off a bit.
    
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Thanks for the help ... Matheus Moraes, always helping me with these things ...
I'll schedule him to come here and shake agent on my computer, hacking on the vcore and try something more stable.

I'll download coretemp, but the temperatures are that you speak of the nucleus or the process itself?
I have used Everest Ultimate to check temperatures ... and about the tests, once, when he used 3.0, my test was to play GTAIV or Crysis for about 2 hrs to test the stability ... That's not a reliable test, or just Prime95 will give the answer about stability?

Well, today I try to put 3.0, bad happened ... Over Faiulure about 3 times; /
Left in stock, but I intend to try again until you get a stable system.

Thanks again, hugs. -sorry by the google translator
    
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