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post #11 of 13
Looks like it.... sometimes BIOS updates can ruin things for you
post #12 of 13
Dont worry bro! I had my first shot at overclocking, run at normal load for hrs ,ran fast and acted great! Put it under load with prime, blue screened within minutes!! after tweeking , i had a single worker fail, just needs more fine tuning like the guys said.

If you can let prime 95 run for 8 hrs plus ( once you tweek it some more) if your temps, and voltages are good (you might be in money)
Edited by MIKEVALL - 3/19/11 at 11:01pm
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the thing i dont get is that before i was able to run 24/7 at 3.75ghz now it wont even boot at that speed no matter the voltage i give it....
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