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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD3Rrev2.0 cold boot BSODs memory_management

    Quote Originally Posted by Rossyra View Post
    I must have missed the 'l' in overclocking
    Haha!!

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    Looking very promising so far, first run of Linpack passed on cold boot, about to run again on max!

    My temps have gone up a bit though, getting up to 80c on linpack load, may need to regrease my heatsink
    Nice to hear things are looking good!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rossyra View Post
    Success! It ran Linpack on max, while I was surfing the web from a cold boot.

    Before I wouldn't have been able to even use a browser without it crashing.

    Are my settings okay do you think?

    Thanks very much for the help, it is greatly, greatly appreciated
    Yes they looked fine, I did want to mention though if you use a Odd CPU multiplier you can use less vcore most of the time so you may be able to bring temps down that way if you still need to.

    Even CPU multi's just often require much more voltages to get stable, so just something to keep in mind if you want to tinker with it a bit more.

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD3Rrev2.0 cold boot BSODs memory_management

    Coool, I'll bear that in mind.

    For gaming the temps are fine and it's not a catastrophic rise for linpack I think.

    If I was to ease off to x21, what should I be aiming for on Vcore?

    Thanks again for all the help, it's a huge weight of my PC mind
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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD3Rrev2.0 cold boot BSODs memory_management

    Well if you use x21 you should be able to reach the same total freq on the CPU with less Vcore, as for what that may be all depends on your CPU.

    You'll have to give it a try when you get bored and see what you come up with, but it will most likely be less!

    Anytime man, I'm always here to help!

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