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Thread: AsRock G41m-VS3 R2.0 overclock problem

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    Peterhansen is offline Junior Member
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    Smile AsRock G41m-VS3 R2.0 overclock problem

    Hi Everyone,

    My new G41m-VS3 R2.0 is not able to overclock the fsb to more than 343Mhz.

    If i try to increase it more, the system freezes.

    I have tried two different CPU's ( E6650 and E8400 ) and the result is the same.

    I use a pair of Corsair DDR3 1600 RAM.


    Can anybody help me ??


    Thanks

    Peter

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    Default Re: AsRock G41m-VS3 R2.0 overclock problem

    Sorry to disappoint but any joy on being able to OC past 343MHz?

    The reason as to why I'm interested is that I'm currently debating whether or not to purchase a G41M-GE3 and OC'ing is essential for me.
    Last edited by JackPepsi; 05-31-2011 at 08:53 PM.

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    Default Re: AsRock G41m-VS3 R2.0 overclock problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Peterhansen View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    My new G41m-VS3 R2.0 is not able to overclock the fsb to more than 343Mhz.

    If i try to increase it more, the system freezes.

    I have tried two different CPU's ( E6650 and E8400 ) and the result is the same.

    I use a pair of Corsair DDR3 1600 RAM.


    Can anybody help me ??


    Thanks

    Peter
    I can help you! I finally solved my problem 343Mhz freezes.. it's simple. Just pump up 1Mhz PCIE clock when it's freezes.. When the system freezes again, pump again PCIE clock 1Mhz up.

    I got Intel Core2Duo E6300 fsb 362 Mhz * 7 (original FSB 266 Mhz * 7) stable without prosessor voltage pumping.. (northbridge 1.125v, southbridge 1.05v & prosessor 1.325v)

    I hope this help you.

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