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post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by Ivan TSI View Post
That means that you have Cool n Quiet enabled, that can be the source of your problems, you should leave it disabled if you are overclocking.
But i already disable Cool n Quite and C1E .
post #22 of 27
I have found that Cool'n'Quiet pretty much never causes problems, until you are using a very high CPU multiplier (in which case it stops working altogether, that's about it). No need to disable it, and I'm 90% sure it is not the cause of your problem.
What I think you should do is update the board's BIOS.
post #23 of 27
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
I have found that Cool'n'Quiet pretty much never causes problems, until you are using a very high CPU multiplier (in which case it stops working altogether, that's about it). No need to disable it, and I'm 90% sure it is not the cause of your problem.
What I think you should do is update the board's BIOS.
BIOS is updated. I think its a mobo problem.
post #24 of 27
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Pls tell me which temp reading u use for AMD. CPU temp or Core temp ?

post #25 of 27
Core temp can be trusted on x6 CPUs according to a recent article which involved an e-mail to AMD about it.
post #26 of 27
I would say not enough RAM, I ran 4GB's for a few years and it seemed really slow, games weren't smooth til I went to 6GBs
post #27 of 27
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How to apply TIm on hyper 212+ . This is my 1st HDT .Which method is good ?
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