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Hehehe... Thanks. I'm going to see if it errors again after altering the voltage.
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Run Prime95 blend test for 8+ hours atleast. Make sure socket(not core) temperature stays under 62c.
actually the max temp depends on what X6 he has. My 95W 1055T has a AMD max of 72*c and a tjmax of 90*c Plus 8 hours is not enough to ensure stability.

Just be careful with the board as they have had issues with the X6's blowing VRM's
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From this info you guys gave me, I'm going to run it at about 3.7ghz and see how hot it gets, before messing with the voltage. By the way, to get to that ghz, I said that I made the FSB 210 and the CPU 18. But then I saw that there are a lot of different ways to multiply the two, to get to about that ghz. Is there any reason to make one higher than the other? For example, lower the FSB and raise the CPU? (Do you see what I mean)?
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From this info you guys gave me, I'm going to run it at about 3.7ghz and see how hot it gets, before messing with the voltage. By the way, to get to that ghz, I said that I made the FSB 210 and the CPU 18. But then I saw that there are a lot of different ways to multiply the two, to get to about that ghz. Is there any reason to make one higher than the other? For example, lower the FSB and raise the CPU? (Do you see what I mean)?
If you just raise the CPU multiplier, it's easier to OC that way, as you dont have to mess with memory and other clocks like when raising FSB.

Although if you increase FSB you get a very small performance boost.
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It turned on, and running at 3.78ghz, so I'll wait a day and post any temperature status that it shows. It doesn't show anything yet, so am I at any risk for the time being? How do I know if it is safe?
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EDIT: The computer just self restarted... Does this mean anything bad?
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That it is unstable, and you need more voltage. Nothing to worry about when it BSOD's or such. When you want to quickly check if it's somewhat stable run Prime95 Small fft's for 15 minutes, and if it doesnt crash it should be fine. That doesnt mean it's fully stable by no means tho.

Just bumb the voltage by one bit and try that. Also report your max temp after you've done that.
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Erm... now the computer is running but the monitor doesn't recognize it. And the 2 green numbers on the mobo say 1.3, which is a lot less than before.

EDIT! This happened after I increased the voltage by.100 (1 bump) And to be more accurate, it doesn't want to turn off unless I hold down the power button, where as before 1 press would turn it off.
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Erm... now the computer is running but the monitor doesn't recognize it. And the 2 green numbers on the mobo say 1.3, which is a lot less than before.

EDIT! This happened after I increased the voltage by.100 (1 bump) And to be more accurate, it doesn't want to turn off unless I hold down the power button, where as before 1 press would turn it off.
You should've increased it by like 0.025 instead of 0.1 Was that the smallest bumb your bios could do?
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Yeah. Just 1 click of the button. It was onloy going in increments of .100. So it went up from 100 to 100.1. If I remember correctly since I can't check.
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