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I got a P5P43TD/USB3 motherboard.
Code:
http://ca.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=os2nODmMKgOFPCBt&templete=2

I used to be able to overclock, and then I forgot what I did and then it stopped letting me overclock. When I try to overclock now, it just turns the PC on and then it doesn't show any picture. So I have to reset it and then gives me picture with an error while booting up "Overclocking failed" or something like that. I tried many settings, I set the BIOS settings back to default, tried updating and downgrading the BIOS and I took the battery out and put it back in. Still no luck with that, can anyone help? Thanks.

-NingZhou.
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post #2 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by NingZhou;12457086 
I got a P5P43TD/USB3 motherboard.
Code:
http://ca.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=os2nODmMKgOFPCBt&templete=2

I used to be able to overclock, and then I forgot what I did and then it stopped letting me overclock. When I try to overclock now, it just turns the PC on and then it doesn't show any picture. So I have to reset it and then gives me picture with an error while booting up "Overclocking failed" or something like that. I tried many settings, I set the BIOS settings back to default, tried updating and downgrading the BIOS and I took the battery out and put it back in. Still no luck with that, can anyone help? Thanks.

-NingZhou.

Hmmm...

Pls complete this page, so we know what we are dealing with pls.
post #3 of 12
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Originally Posted by Sethy666;12462046 
Hmmm...

Pls complete this page, so we know what we are dealing with pls.

Completed, please take a look. It's names "Desktop".

-NingZhou.
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post #4 of 12
Thanks,

Is the computer posting and loading normally into windows now?

Im reading your post as you are having problems with that and a previous bad overclock... is this correct.
post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sethy666;12462795 
Thanks,

Is the computer posting and loading normally into windows now?

Im reading your post as you are having problems with that and a previous bad overclock... is this correct.

It's posting, but I recently figured out that I can overclock using X.M.P. with Ai Overclock Tuner. It only goes to 3GHz since the CPU Ratio Settings can only go up to 09.0. I want to use Manual and to be able to set the FSB Frequency to whatever I like. I want to overclock it to at least 3.4GHz.

It only gives me "Overclocking failed!" when I use Manual on Ai Overclock Tuner. I set my CPU VCORE Over-Voltage to 0.15000, it should be enough for at least 3.0GHz on Manual. I used to be able to do this on my old Core 2 Duo E4400, but it has given me this problem, recently, even before I switched to Q6600, this problem would occur. Not sure what to do, I want to get higher than just 3.0GHz.

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post #6 of 12
Im not familiar with your mobo or bios.

Can you pls post your settings and voltages at 1) stock and 2) Failed OC?

That should help us work this out.

Thanks
post #7 of 12
Thread Starter 
These are the pictures of the BIOS Settings and the OverClocking Failed. Sorry about the first and last picture, my camera doesn't work well with dark lights.

The first picture is when I was using X.M.P., but I changed it back to Manual for the picture.

Overclock1.jpg

Overclock2.jpg

Overclock3.jpg

Overclock4.jpg

Overclock5.jpg

Overclock6.jpg

Overclock7.jpg

Hopefully this will help. Is there anything else I'm missing of taking a screenshot of?

-NingZhou.
Edited by NingZhou - 2/20/11 at 8:01pm
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Seagate 1TB. DVD Drive. Scythe Yasya Windows 7 Ultimate X64 
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ASUS VE246H Thermaltake Meka G1 700W OCZ Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced 
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Steelseries Xai Steelseries SK Gaming mousepad 
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post #8 of 12
Thanks.

You will need to do a couple of things.

Disable C1E Support and any other powersaving options in BIOS. This will down clock any over clock you have.

Post your CPU-Z screen. CPU-Z is a program that shows your Vcore and CPU speed etc. You can down load from the net.

Lets have a look at that.
post #9 of 12
Make sure your PCIE Frequency is set to 100 not on [Auto].
post #10 of 12
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Originally Posted by armen16;12464337 
Make sure your PCIE Frequency is set to 100 not on [Auto].

Yep - that too smile.gif

(missed that one)
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