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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    Today I was playing Assassin's Creed for 6 hours in a row. I noticed that every hour (not exatly) the PC stucks for 1 seconds. Then, I noticed a sound like checking the floppy (btw I do not have the floppy installed). And the PC continue without problems.

    I noticed this problem before and after the game.

    After 3 hours, I turned it up and I got BSOD. WTF ? ? ? ?

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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    Looks like it's not stable yet.

    I know you ran IBT for 5passes, but really, 5passes IBT by itself is not enough.

    I'd run Prime95 Large FFT for a few hours (preferably 8hrs+), and maybe 8hrs+ of Blend mode too.


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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    I should try it.
    I have set VTT from 1.2 to 1.3 and PLL from 1.57 to 1.59.

    I am waiting to see if it will be crashed again. Let's see. . . .

    Crashed again.
    I dunno guys, I think that it might be Vista problem. I should go back to fail safe and try if I am totally stable there.
    Thanx Psycho101, I will try your suggestions tommorrow morning.
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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    You may have more luck increasing VTT by 0.02V at a time. Too high a VTT can cause the same problems as to little.

    Something I'd recommend is temporarily setting VTT to 1.2, then adjusting MCH reference down from 0.760V to 0.740V, then increasing VTT to the desired value. If it proves unstable set 0.720 at 1.2V VTT and try again. This setting is like magic for gaining stability.

    Also a single bump in Vcore may help, or a tweaked MCHCore voltage. Try to change values one at a time though, as it eliminates unnecessary voltage increases and lets you tell what changes actually had the desired effect.
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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    Fail Safe is NOT Advised. If you need stability help I suggest you take some advice given here or ask for some more by other members.

    You should not AT ALL use/Load optimized defaults. If you already have ( Please stop it ) and go back in the BIOS and load and apply optimized defaults and then start over.

    Many visible and Hidden settings will be set incorrectly if you load Fail Safe, this will only hinder your progress and performance

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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Fail Safe is NOT Advised. If you need stability help I suggest you take some advice given here or ask for some more by other members.

    You should not AT ALL use/Load optimized defaults. If you already have ( Please stop it ) and go back in the BIOS and load and apply optimized defaults and then start over.

    Many visible and Hidden settings will be set incorrectly if you load Fail Safe, this will only hinder your progress and performance
    I really didn't know that. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Overclocking e8500 + UD3R

    Well this is nuts! I tried Optimized Defaults as Lsdmeasap said and I got BSOD

    Registry Error
    STOP 0x00000051
    (0x0000000000000013, 0xFFFFF8800009FB010, 0xFFFFF800028D5400, 0XFFFFFFFC00000A2)


    Trying again I got:
    STOP: c0000218 { Registry File Failure}
    The Registry cannot load the hive (file):\SystemRoot\System32\Config\SECURITY or its log or altername.
    It s corrupt, absent, or not writable


    I tried to install Vista again and while Windows Boot Manager was loading I got:
    Status 0xc00000e9

    I tried:
    Reinstall different RAM, different slots, different DIMM
    Reinstall different VGA (8800GT)
    I tried both of my hard disk pluggin and unpluggin each other.
    I tried with different CD-ROM
    I tried removing the USB cables from mobo connectors
    I Clear CMOS
    I removed the Battery of the motherboard

    All I say is Jesus help me . . . .!

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