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i'm overclocking a phenom II 810 with an ASUS http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131366

whenever i raise the FSB, even a tiny bit, little lines start to go across my screen. i'm not getting any crashes or anything, that just keeps happening. i'm wondering of there is something wrong with my motherboard onboard graphics, or if the graphics are being effected by me raising the cpu, therefore putting these weird lines across my screen
(i noticed this and tried even only raising the FSB to 203 from 200 to see if i still had the problem, and i did)(i also tried raising the CPUvoltage)
 

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is this problem always happeniing? even at safe mode?

no only when i try to overclock the processor, that is the only time
 

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Try upping the vcore a bit?

tried that, slowly raised it until it was as far as it could go, and it was still getting the lines
 

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Onboard Graphics?

PCIe is clocked at 100MHz and yes i do have onboard graphics, which i thought might be the problem
 

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PCIe is clocked at 100MHz and yes i do have onboard graphics, which i thought might be the problem

Unfortunately, you're not going to get anywhere with on-board. At least throw a cheap VGA card in there if your budget doesn't allow a nicer one.

Edit: Also, fill out your rig details here for help: http://www.overclock.net/specs.php
 

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PCIe is clocked at 100MHz and yes i do have onboard graphics, which i thought might be the problem
It's entirely possible that the onboard doesn't like overclocking.
Try bumping the SB voltages up one notch.
 

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actually i just updated the BIOS and the problem is 100% fixed, thanks anyways, and i probably will throw in a graphics card at some point soon here, i just didn't have the money at the time
 

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actually I noticed weird glitching when I would overclock and have the onboard turned on.
it would kind of corrupt things and put horizontal lines where stuff used to be and the like (never got any good screenies, but I think I have one)
anyways, it never had any of the glitches with any 3d rendering at all, only when I was on the desktop and would move windows around. it's probably because the onboard graphics digs into your system memory and all those other wonderful pipelines.

I'd bump up the NB voltage a touch too.
 

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i'm overclocking a phenom II 810 with an ASUS http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131366

whenever i raise the FSB, even a tiny bit, little lines start to go across my screen. i'm not getting any crashes or anything, that just keeps happening. i'm wondering of there is something wrong with my motherboard onboard graphics, or if the graphics are being effected by me raising the cpu, therefore putting these weird lines across my screen
(i noticed this and tried even only raising the FSB to 203 from 200 to see if i still had the problem, and i did)(i also tried raising the CPUvoltage)
Its a memory issue, I'm almost positive.

Be sure to underclock your memory a little bit if youre overclocking your CPU. This way you give your RAM some breathing room with your OC.

If your memory cant handle the CPU OC, your computer will glitch as you described.
 

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lower the memory of the on board video to 600mhz via over drive or lower it in the bios to the next lower setting and that will fix the prob, i had the same issue, but i abondoned overclocking with the fsb and upped the multi and change some other settings and now have the same overclock and stable.
 
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