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so i get to test 3 of large fft's and the pc locks up about halfway thru.... vdroop is at 1.200v... does this sound like i need more vcore or do i jus need to keep toying with the GTL ref's.... thanks
 

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Prime95 - Large Ftt's tests your CPU and some RAM working together. Your CPU VCore needs to go up and make sure that you're running your RAM at factory recommended volts!
 

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o yah the ram is kool its all stock, stock timings, voltage is stock as well. yah upped the vcore and got to test 5.. still runnning thanks
 

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small FFTs pretty much just stresses CPU
blend stresses CPU, RAM, NB, & FSB
large stresses FSB & NB alot it seems, so for a higher FSB with a quad, if large is freezing your system, i'd suspect FSB/NB issues.

Try small first; if it passes that but not large or blend, you likely have to work on FSB/NB.
 
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