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Random thing; you should not overclock the bus speed with Sandy Bridge, and let it be at its original value (100Mhz).

It is said that it could be bad for your processor.
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I didn't do that. Must have been a bug or something 'cause now it's at 100Mhz and my oc is down to 4.6Ghz
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Intel Burn Test (New version) works the CPU the hardest but if your not setting the STRESS LEVEL up to Maximum your not getting a true test of temps on the CPU.

Most of the stuff I'm seeing posted would be in the 90c range is the stress was set tight. I've seen 90c on mine before stopping the test and down volting.
post #24 of 26
Did you use their overclocking tool?

ASUS believes the "best" boards are the ones that can do the highest bclk (like 105-107 max) lolz.

They're currently the "golden" boards - everyone with an ASUS board is .1v or less vs everyone else with the same clocks.

Just be careful, the voltage you are setting and whats being reported may not be correct.


Prime 95 small fft seems to cause BSODs whereas linpack tests are not.
    
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Yeah, I originally used the Auto tune program to see what it would do then went to the Turbo settings. Now the FSB is back up to 103. I think I'll just start over tomorrow in the Bios.
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Did you use their overclocking tool?

ASUS believes the "best" boards are the ones that can do the highest bclk (like 105-107 max) lolz.

They're currently the "golden" boards - everyone with an ASUS board is .1v or less vs everyone else with the same clocks.

Just be careful, the voltage you are setting and whats being reported may not be correct.


Prime 95 small fft seems to cause BSODs whereas linpack tests are not.
It's common on Gigabyte boards to misreport the voltage, not Asus.
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