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[Wed Oct 25 20:10:53 2006]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
[Wed Oct 25 20:12:26 2006]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=132880

What seems to be the problem???


Thanks in advance.

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Hmmm whats your voltage at? Should be around 1.5v What is your HT at? Should be at 3-4x
You can tighten your ram timings a little bit btw
try 2.5 3 3 7
 

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Push your vcore up a notch and you should be all set


What is your RAM divider set at? You are losing a lot of performance by running your RAM that slow. You could probably set the divider up to the next fastest divider.
 

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Sorry for being late to the party, but if you are still up playing. That 317 FSB is pretty aggressive for a 3500+ try dropping it down and upping the multiplier. Right now I am running at 250 with a multi of 10.5 for a core speed of 2.6. If you are stable at that point, try dropping your command rate from 2 to 1t for another pop. Also, I agree with the earlier comment about your divider being too severe.
 

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Originally Posted by woop
Sorry for being late to the party, but if you are still up playing. That 317 FSB is pretty aggressive for a 3500+ try dropping it down and upping the multiplier. Right now I am running at 250 with a multi of 10.5 for a core speed of 2.6. If you are stable at that point, try dropping your command rate from 2 to 1t for another pop. Also, I agree with the earlier comment about your divider being too severe.
.5 multi's eff w/ your FSB overall speeds..... 317 ain't a thing for the 3500. i was running 325 x 8 so i could get my overall fsb speeds up.... bump your voltage up on your chipset, and your ram to try to stable it out, just keep watch on your temps.
 

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RAM divider is 100. Then its 158(2).

I will up chipset voltage to max.

I will tighten timings.

Yeah, it's 3x.

I just added like 3 fans to my case


Sadly, my board only has hammer CPU multi like this: 11x, 10x, and so on until 6x. No .5 numbers.
 
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