Overclock.net banner

1 - 13 of 13 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
55 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Hey,
I'm having some problems with overclocking my processor

I can't pass 1600MHz FSB. Even though I put 1601MHz, afte rhte reboot I wll get a Long beep & in LCD poster show "CODE INIT"

I tried putting 1650MHz FSB, 1680LHZ FSB etc, but no luck.
My BIOS is 12.02.

Thanks you for your help
 

·
Not new to Overclock.net
Joined
·
77,947 Posts
It sounds like you need to manually increase the core voltage, FSB (VTT) voltage, northbridge (SPP) voltage, and also make sure the multiplier is still at x9.5.

More later.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
55 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Quote:


Originally Posted by TwoCables
View Post

It sounds like you need to manually increase the core voltage, FSB (VTT) voltage, northbridge (SPP) voltage, and also make sure the multiplier is still at x9.5.

More later.


No use, I tried that.
& of course Ratio at 9.5
 

·
Not new to Overclock.net
Joined
·
77,947 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by LahiruRD
View Post

No use, I tried that.
& of course Ratio at 9.5

What voltages did you try?
 

·
Not new to Overclock.net
Joined
·
77,947 Posts
Was the FSB voltage on Auto? What was the setting for the CPU core voltage?
 

·
Not new to Overclock.net
Joined
·
77,947 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by LahiruRD
View Post

Vcore is at 1.22 & i will see the default FSB voltage

As an experiment, try some more vcore until CPU-Z reads approximately 1.25V, and then see if you can get any more speed out of it.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
55 Posts
Discussion Starter #9
CPU-Z reads it at 1.25V (yes it shows a bit more than the value in BIOS)

I ran this processor at 4.1GHz on a ASUS P5K (Vcore was around 1.35V or something similar)
 

·
Not new to Overclock.net
Joined
·
77,947 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by LahiruRD
View Post

CPU-Z reads it at 1.25V (yes it shows a bit more than the value in BIOS)

I ran this processor at 4.1GHz on a ASUS P5K (Vcore was around 1.35V or something similar)

Oh, then it will probably need a similar voltage.
 

·
Not new to Overclock.net
Joined
·
77,947 Posts
Quote:


Originally Posted by LahiruRD
View Post

It's not working even though I put the vcore to around 1.35v.

There's something else.

Did it say 1.35V in CPU-Z? If not, then try that and see what happens.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
55 Posts
Discussion Starter #13
Finally now my processor runs at 4GHz


Settings are
CPU Vcore ! 1.28V
CPU PLL V : 1.54V
CPU VTT V : 1.32V
Memory V : 1.60V
NB Core V : 1.42V
SB Core V : 1.50V
 
1 - 13 of 13 Posts
Top