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In the bios. There is a setting called CPU-NB voltage, increase that to around 1.35v and test for stability. If unstable, raise it a little more and see.
Ok, i have 2 CPU-NB thingys in my bios,

CPU-NB VVD

CPU-NB

i can change the first one to 1.35v but i cant do the same with the 2 one, its higher number is like 1.025 (or something like it) and that number gets red colored...

sorry but my english sucks
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Ok, i have 2 CPU-NB thingys in my bios,

CPU-NB VVD

CPU-NB

i can change the first one to 1.35v but i cant do the same with the 2 one, its higher number is like 1.025 (or something like it) and that number gets red colored...

sorry but my english sucks
It's not "VVD" it should be "VDD". Anyway, leave CPU-NB VDD on auto and just change CPU-NB.
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It's not "VVD" it should be "VDD". Anyway, leave CPU-NB VDD on auto and just change CPU-NB.
You are right, is VDD, thing is that i cant change CPU-NB voltage to 1.35, max number is 1.02 (or something like it)

ok, im still with this problem, but now im getting this bsod PFN_LIST_CORRUPT and something like PAGE_FAULT_SOMETHING...

hope that someone can help me, i ran prime95 24 hours with no problems, so did with memtest and same results, neither prime95 nor memtest found any probs
Edited by Jild - 3/13/11 at 11:36am
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