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Hey guys i got my self a new Main board and CPU the other day . I am starting to over clock now . I am getting to 2.5 ok so far temps hitting about 45c when running orthos as a stress test. It locks up at about 4 min into the test. I am thinking that the voltage might not be enough . The BIOS is stating that the Normal voltage is 1.31250 V the next option i can go to is 1.31875v then 1.32500v. I am think that these jumps are a tad hi. I am used to OC AMD CPUS . Am i just being over concious.

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check the link in my sig for the e6320..I had to use 1.34vcore for 2.8ghz to be stable...thats not a lot at all..Intel spec is 1.35v max. Hell, I run 1.52-1.58vcore on my e6700..its fine, as long as you keep it cool.

Heres my orthos, to compare..10min.
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i'm only running a 1.28vcore to run 2.975GHz on an e6320, and it's as stable as they come.

44c on intel oem box fan, after close to 8 minutes of full load



it's what i leave it on all day. maybe i just got a freak, but you won't hear me complaining


<edit> i can run it at 3.15GHz stable with the voltages you are running at 2.8GHz, and at 1.37v runs at 3.237GHz
 

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i ran the cpu up to 3 ghz on a core at 1.35V goes on othos for about 35 min the crashed after the screen saver on. so took it back to 2.8 and it crashed after 3 min of testing ????????????????
 

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1. what kind of RAM do you have?

2. Those overvolting options...whats 'behind' them?

3. Your cpu vcore is set to 1.35, but drooping to 1.31, which is probably too low, I bet you adjusting the 'cpu overvolting' will cure the vcore droop.
 
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