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Hello everyone I am new here so I hope I am posting this in the right place.
As the title states I need some help oc'ing my sig system. My problem is I can not and I mean at all raise my fsb at all with stock mutli on CPU and nb if I raise it by From 200 to 205 or any higher I get compleat system insatiably like 1-2 mins of occt CPU stress testing or linpack test. I find this odd because my I can get my pc 100% stable with fsb at 200 and setting my CPU mutli at x20 and vcore at 1.34 and CPU/nb voltage at 1.134 and it's mutli at x14 and have it run error free for 12+ hours of occt and linpack with temps at 48-49c occt and 52c on linpack. My guess is my ram holding it back? As of now I have my ram set at 1600mhrz with
9-9-9-24-1t, would bumping it down to 1333 and having the better timeings help with the fsb overclocking or lack there of really? Any help would be vary helpful
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It could be your RAM, yes.

When you raise yourr FSB, what clock do your RAM get then?
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When it's set at 1600 and I raise my fsb to 205 it goes to 1640 and I have changed the ram voltage from1.5 to 1.6 and 1.65 still no go also it's te ripjaw series from gskill
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When it's set at 1600 and I raise my fsb to 205 it goes to 1640 and I have changed the ram voltage from1.5 to 1.6 and 1.65 still no go also it's te ripjaw series from gskill
Well as you can see 1640mhz on the RAM it's over the clock of it (1600mhz).

I doubt that's it but lower the multiplier for RAM and try again.


If it's not working, you have to loosen your timings (increasing the numbers and maybe change the tRc)
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if your ram is 100% stable at 1600, drop it to the 13333 and you can overclock with the reference .
your ram doesnt like the over 1600 speed.
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I have the same ram. I have my fsb set to 250MHz and I had to drop the ram down cause it would have been trying to run at 2000MHz. My ripjaws are running at 1670MHz give or take and I have no issues.

In the past I have pushed those modules as high as 1800MHz @ 9-9-9-24-1T with 1.56V with no issues.

In my humble opinion it's not your RAM assuming they are in good shape.

Might try physically removing the modules and putting them back in.

Also I might be wrong I'm not on my PC right now so I can't check, but is 1.134V for CPU/NB a little low?
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but is 1.134V for CPU/NB a little low?

It is low if he has OC'd it.
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My nb is oc'ed to 2800 but it's 100% stable at that voltage
I can not get the system stable past 2800 on the nb oc and I have tried all the way up to 1.45 and not matter what it Will cause system lock ups
Edited by fattymcbluff - 3/15/11 at 4:17pm
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post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by fattymcbluff View Post
My nb is oc'ed to 2800 but it's 100% stable at that voltage
I can not get the system stable past 2800 on the nb oc
Try raising your NB V a little.
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post #10 of 16
Are you sure it's CPU-NB voltage and not NB voltage you're raising?
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