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I have AMD x2 939 4200+ with Abit AT8 x32 mobo and Big Typhoon VX.<br>
I OC the External Clock from stock:200 to 237 MHZ,<br>
CPU Voltage From stock: 1.35V - 1.6V,<br>
Multiplier Factor : stock X11,<br>
CPU clock 2.6 Ghz.<br>
Temp from 33-45c<br>
after i Oc my CPU than i run 3dmark05 2 time, my pc was ok But after that i play game for like 1hr and my PC got reboots.<br><br>
please tell me which part i have to lower or higher it.<br>
i was think my votage too high mayb that why.<br>
please help me out.
 

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why did you raise your cpu voltage?
 

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WOAH, 1.6 Vcore for only 2.6 Ghz? That just doesn't seem right. Try it with 1.4vcore, that shjould work. Is that temp after the hour of gaming? Also completely fill in your system specs, especially with video card etc.
 

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better to pull my voltage back to 1.35v?
 

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I would try 1.4 v or 1.45v gotta get it stable before you start dropping the vcore to much.
 

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yes, go back to 1.35, i had a dual prime stable OC at 2600mhz with 1.35vcore...
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">yes, go back to 1.35, i had a dual prime stable OC at 2600mhz with 1.35vcore...</div>

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</div>how u get 2600mhz? 10x260?
 

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i drop my voltage back to 1.35v it still cant pass the OCCT test.
 

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i think mayb my ram suck!! <br />
please help me here.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">I would try 1.4 v or 1.45v gotta get it stable before you start dropping the vcore to much.</div>

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</div>with 1.4 or 1.45v i cant even run the OCCT test more than 6%.<br />
with 1.57v i can run the OCCT test at 50+% than stop.<br />
the highest temp on the test was 53c. is that too high?<br />
on the OCCT which option is the best to use this test? Test Priority: lowest, below normal, normal , above normal and highest.<br />
some1 please help me out.
 

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i lower my DDr400 to 333, i can pass the OCCT test now.<br />
but lost 18point on 3dmark. hehe<br />
thank you soo much for all reply!
 
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