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You can get BlueScreenView (google it) but it doesn't really tell you the specifics.

Using Auto in the BIOS is unreliable and thats why we all set the voltages manually.

He said that he updated his BIOS. Btw amnesia863 what guides have you read on overclocking so far?


(Sorry for any spelling mistakes just drank a beer)
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no worries beer is delish. I havent really read any guides on overclocking reasons being my cpu cooler is the stock intel cooler (which is garbage) my watercooling stuff is still on the way. The only thing I changes was the ram speed but I have since changed the ram to 1333 and also noticed the dram voltage was 1.65 and i remember reading that with the new sandy bridge it needs to be 1.5 or it will fry the board but since changing to 1333 and 1.5v i havent had any freezes and ive played BFBC2, Crysis 2, and Rift so hopefully that fixed it. Once my watercooling stuff gets here then Ill start looking into overclocking.

Also Abrams thank you for your input
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Well since you've had no problems, then it would seem like you've fixed the problem. Now that you know how to overclock, you should be ok .
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