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    Default Re: Help overclocking?

    It's ideling in the early 40's, and shots up to 58/59 on load.

    That's ok?

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    Yeap, anything under 65ish is good, if you start hitting 65-70 that is warm and you should back off the voltage or get a better cooler

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    Problems..
    Running 1.3Volts @ 3.8ghz gave a failure with Orthos after 20 hrs.

    I pumped up the voltage by 2 notches, and dropped it back down to 3.7...going to run it again, and then maybe try for the 3.8?


    Also, the ram multiplier is becomming an issue...as 410 etc X 2=more than 800mhz ....How can I fix that?

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    FSB OverVoltage Control___ [+0.1V]
    (G)MCH OverVoltage Control [+0.1V]

    What to do about that?

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    More then 800 on your ram is fine. Where are you trying to go with your FSB? You should be fine up to 425 with the same timings as 400, after that you may need to adjust a few things here and there. If you want to keep it at a dead 400 for 800 Ram speed you will need to drop your CPU Multi and raise your FSB and choose a different ram multi

    MCH may need a Bump to .15 or .2. FSB is fine at .1

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    So a 8 multiplier X 400 FSB=3.2GHZ
    Will that give me the same performance as a 9 X 355 = 3.2Ghz?

    I'm gonna run OCCT as well!
    Thanks so much for all the help man!

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    K cool!.
    Last time I ran a Orthos for 20 hrs, it gives a failure.(for 3.8).
    OCCT is not giving any problems.

    Which you reccomend?

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    ALso....@ 3.8 and higher, my pc slows down a bit...I'm thinking RAM issues?
    Tighten/loosen timings?
    ;:(

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    20 hours is a good long time!

    Slows down? Hmm maybe you have something too tight or too lose. Post your settings you are using and I will see if anything looks off

    Does it pass orthos/prime or occt? How about Memtest86+?

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