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post #11 of 22
boost dram voltage up to 1.65 and leave it there. also, try dropping PCH back down to 1.8, most people report that lower is more stable.

then try pushing base clock up another 10 mhz ;-) you may need to add a little more vcore and you will have to play with "cpu voltage" which i am pretty sure is actually VTT/QPI/Uncore. that one may have to go up or down, it can be funny like that... (try up slightly first)
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Alright, well I am currently at work so I will have to test when I get home. I'll do what you said, bring PCH back to 1.8, upping the RAM to 1.65, then I will up the base clock 10mhz, and test it. If it fails, i'll add more cpu voltage. Right now its +0.179, i'll try upping it to +0.185.
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Yep. CPU voltage is where it's at. Watch your temps!
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Alright, so if I increase the clock by 10mhz at a time, my RAM speed will also increase, is this what upping the voltage for my ram to 1.65 is for? To prevent my ram speed from limiting my overclock?
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Alright, so if I increase the clock by 10mhz at a time, my RAM speed will also increase, is this what upping the voltage for my ram to 1.65 is for? To prevent my ram speed from limiting my overclock?
You have the right idea.

You want to isolate overclocking your processor, from overclocking your memory. Either one will cause instability.

Extra voltage on memory is one way of trying to stabilize it. But, not really a good way of doing it (if memory is running past it's spec, extra voltage isn't going to help).

Instead, lower your ram multi. Make sure whatever divider you're using, run your rram slower than rated, yet, at the specified voltage.

Use the 3 multi.
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If I use the 3 multiplier my computer wont boot, what would cause this?
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Alright, I have it stable at 4.01ghz with a 190mhz base clock *21. Moved up the vcore voltage to 1.391 and that seemed to make it stable.
Edited by CHEFFY! - 2/1/11 at 6:48pm
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3.91?!?!

and it isn't dead????

I sure hope you mean 1.391v...

what are your temps after 1 hour of prime 95?
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3.91?!?!

and it isn't dead????
The max is 4.1...
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The max is 4.1...
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