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    Default Re: OC on a EP43-DS3 with intel E7400

    ok so i can use the foloowing..

    cpu core = 1.375 , cpu term=1.28 , mch=1.6

    and it'll run the small FFT test for 6 hours no sweat, til li stop it.


    then i ran it again, and it failed after 19min ..

    what gives?

    it'd be ok if i could see some progress, and i am, but seems still inconsitant

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    Default Re: OC on a EP43-DS3 with intel E7400

    Well 4 hours is not a very big sign of stability, yes it is alot closer to stable then a few minutes but 8-24 hours is a better sign.

    Adding a HDD would add to Southbridge/ICH not MCH, but only really after you have 3-4+ drives

    MCH 1.6 is WAY to much. Did you test out 1.24-1.28, and have you tried 1.05?

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    Default Re: OC on a EP43-DS3 with intel E7400

    lol ..sorry i meant 1.16 on MCH

    so yeah, 1.33v on cpu core in windows (1.38125 in bios), fsb 333, cpu term 1.28

    did two 6 hour small FFt sessions on after the other, no errors, 2hours of large FFT no errors, and a hour of blend and again no errrors.

    i'll do some 8 hour runs on all three before i call it a day, but pretty happy, got the cpu fan, the psu fan ..and when i added the case fan i dropped like 8 degrees, and haven't seen it past 65 degrees since.

    sweet.

    thanks mate.

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    Default Re: OC on a EP43-DS3 with intel E7400

    Ahh ok, ya had me a bit worried there for a minute about your MCH voltage

    Sounds like it is pretty stable. How stable as system is of course is all up to you, if it passes your desired tests and does not error or BSOD on during all your normal use of the PC then it is stable.

    I run 24 Hour blend myself, but that is of course once I think I am sure it is fully stable.

    Nice temp drops!! What kind of case fans do you use?

    Glad to see you have a stable system, good job!!

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