Originally Posted by Infinitegrim
Im in volt limits!! I could actually get it higher, or even lower the volts, i just set it to max volts and 4.25Ghz for the heck of it, i still havent had time to go and play around with it
I dont believe in putting my processor through unneeded stress and high temps to brag about an overclock being "stable" If i can play games and run 3dmark06 without a problem, its stable enough for me! As i said i havent had time to play around with 4.25ghz
Originally Posted by lockdownx1x
Go ahead run your OC like that, but don't come back when you CPU dies
Originally Posted by mcastaneda68
I have my E7200 stable at 3,515 GHz 370x9.5 using 1.3375V (BIOS), resulting in a monitored voltage of 1.35/1.36 as stated by CPU-Z.
My memory is also overclocked from 800 MHz DDR2 to 889 MHz DDR2. I had to go all the way to 2.10V for the memory and 1.32V for my northbridge,
I recommend you test separately for memory (Memtest86), cpu (Prime95 small FFT) and overall (Prime95 blend). This way, you can isolate the problem and add voltage where needed.
Hope this helps!
Originally Posted by poyyiee
the (G)CMH overvolt option???does fsb oso need overvolt for OC??? 1more,is it pci-e overvolt is for vmod gc??