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if i OC my pc is it need to add more voltage at NB vlotage and HT volatage??<br />
Except Vcore n DDRVDD. <br />
if after OC system hang NB voltage and HT voltage will cause it or not??
 

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That depends on how much you OC it, often you need a chipset voltage increase at 40% of stock FSB, and HTT at 60%.
 

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Upping the voltage on the NB can help stability. A system hanging after an OC can be a number of things, including ram, cpu, nb, etc. I would suggest upping the NB voltage, assuming your a running a high FSB.
 

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so u means this voltage not enought also will cause system unstable right?<br />
ok i oc mine is x2 4400+(235*11) so how much should i add NB n HT voltage dafault is 1.5v n 1.2 v<br />
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<div style="font-style:italic">so u means this voltage not enought also will cause system unstable right?<br />
ok i oc mine is x2 4400+(235*11) so how much should i add NB n HT voltage dafault is 1.5v n 1.2 v<br />
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</div>With that low of a FSB I dont think you need to up the NB. Try upping the Vcore as suggested by ENTERPRISE1701.
 

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but i vcore already reach 1.6v still will hang!!!<br />
i am very sad about itttt
 

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1.6 on air is risky, even for a big typhoon, how are your temps? That being said, if your v-core is already that high try upping your NB voltage to 1.6, and see if that helps with the hangs. Overclocking is very hit and miss, just gotta try it. Also, be sure to monitor your NB temps.
 

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my temp is around 40~42C <br />
ok thanks i will try to ++ NB voltage<br />
how about HT voltage
 

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Those are your temps at load or at idle? Also, dont bother upping your HT Voltage unless you are running over 1000 on the HT link.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Those are your temps at load or at idle? Also, dont bother upping your HT Voltage unless you are running over 1000 on the HT link.</div>

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</div>It should be upped at a higher FSB. Don't go over +0.1 for HTT/FSB though.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">It should be upped at a higher FSB. Don't go over +0.1 for HTT/FSB though.</div>

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</div>Really? I run my FSB as 312 and have the HT at stock voltage (HT is at 938). Am I missing something? Guess it just depends on the equipment.
 

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Welcome new bird <img src="/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />
 

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Yes Welcome. <br />
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However can you please tell us the temps of your CPU at Full load running a program called Prime95 found here : <a href="http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft.htm" target="_blank">http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft.htm</a> <br />
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Iregret to inform you that going by your idle temps you may be limited when overclocking and a better cooling solution may be needed.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">if not wrong it would be 55~58C<br />
n i will post it soon</div>

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</div>Well the max thermal Spec for an X2 is 65C. <br />
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So if you beleive your temps get up to 58 i would recomend for definate NO overclocking until you have gotten some better cooling. <br />
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Such as ther Thermaltake Big typhoon or Tuniq tower.
 
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