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Recently i set a goal to reach 1800mhz on my crappy ram, to reach that i gotta OC the CPU too, Please look at my Prime95 test and tell me if i did success on that OC.

OC Info:
CPU: 144 Mhz x 24 (3.4Ghz) <-- Dont be angry, my goal wasnt a hardcore CPU OC.
Memory: 1805Mhz /w CL 10-10-10-25 <-- i gotta raise CAS to OC my crappy RAM.

I ran Prime95 for 16 Minutes, Temps didnt pass 63C, here a screenie:

(RealTemp shows 7 minutes running time, i closed it by mistake in the middle of the test)
Prime95 Noob Question: Did the prime test was stable?
Edited by Colt - 3/5/11 at 7:57am
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for true stability testing you need a lot more than 16 minutes of testing like 3-4 hours in prime.

That's a nice OC on the RAM but I think you might be better off with tighter timings (certainly easier )

Is that an OC you plan on using 24/7?
    
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WOW! that is impressive!
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longer testing needed

if the temps stay @ 63 after 20 mins, then it wont rise. try running it for atleast couple of hours. then play a few games and stuff.

ive ran tests all stable but after 30 mins of gaming usually 124 bsod code shows up.
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for true stability testing you need a lot more than 16 minutes of testing like 3-4 hours in prime.

That's a nice OC on the RAM but I think you might be better off with tighter timings (certainly easier )

Is that an OC you plan on using 24/7?
Thx, but im worry about the electricity build by running my pc on 100% load for 2-3 hours.
And yes it will be my 24/7 OC for now, i dont want to bake my new build until i solve some heatsink problems.
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longer testing needed

if the temps stay @ 63 after 20 mins, then it wont rise. try running it for atleast couple of hours. then play a few games and stuff.

ive ran tests all stable but after 30 mins of gaming usually 124 bsod code shows up.
Lol, i keep that in mind, 124 bsod code is about high temps?
BTW you got cool build
Overpowered i3 FTW, gtx580 lmao.
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post #6 of 6
No errors you should be ok.
edit>Here is OCN thread on your Motherboard.
Hope you find it useful
http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...-e-thread.html
Edited by M1 Abrams - 3/6/11 at 5:27pm
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