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I have a stableoc right now at 3.4 at 1.365 volt, I belive that one notch above stock voltage. I know that you oc the fsb but when I change it to 204 from 200 it bsod after about ten minutes. would i need to change the volt or some thing else. oh its on stock cooling right now I know that an aftermarket cooler would help, but I don't have the budget.
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I have a stableoc right now at 3.4 at 1.365 volt, I belive that one notch above stock voltage. I know that you oc the fsb but when I change it to 204 from 200 it bsod after about ten minutes. would i need to change the volt or some thing else. oh its on stock cooling right now I know that an aftermarket cooler would help, but I don't have the budget.
Raising the FSB by 4 mhz shouldnt cause a BSOD. BTW if you are using stock, which one do you have? The one with Heatpipes or otherwise?
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a 4mhz difference in base clock shouldn't cause a BSOD with that CPU...
Bu why don't you try first setting the multiplier to higher values in stock volts? after that start upping voltages and playing around with base clock if you like. Don't forget to set your RAM to a lower speed that the "native" one in BIOS so you ca be sure that it isn't the RAM causing system instability.
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looks like heatpipes and I have raised the muilplier from 16 to 17 before I have changed he fsb sorry should have said that and when i change the fsb it bsod.
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looks like heatpipes and I have raised the muilplier from 16 to 17 before I have changed he fsb sorry should have said that and when i change the fsb it bsod.
Still shouldnt have done that, i mean i have my FSB overclocking as well as my multi raised

And waht the guy above you said.
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could it be that its getting to hot maybe, im new that this stuff so bear with me. Ok so how would change the ram speed
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http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ocket-am2.html

Read this, its a good guide. I just dont have time to go over everything in detail and this is a pretty well done guide. Ask questions though if they come up we should be able to help.
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How hot is it getting? You say that you are stable at 3.4GHz. Have you tested it with Prime95? Are you using a hardware monitor to make sure you are not going above 62C? http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
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its about 35c idle and 54 load after a few hours on prime95 going off what CPUID HW monitor says, I don't know the temps after I change the fsb to 204, I thinking that temps could be it but it a guess.
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post #10 of 33
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its about 35c idle and 54 load after a few hours on prime95 going off what CPUID HW monitor says, I don't know the temps after I change the fsb to 204, I thinking that temps could be it but it a guess.
It's not temps. Try running memtest86. In my opinion, the only thing that could cause it to blue screen. after such a small increase, would be the memory. I have had this trouble with memory in the past. Let me know what it comes up with. Let it complete a full pass.
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