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Thread: crash during Sandra burn in test




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    Hey guys,

    I was doing my usual temp test on my CPU using the sandra burn in program and noticed that my computer froze at around 48 degrees. I noticed temps were higher but I figure it was due to the warmer temps in my room. Anyways, is it a problem of overheating which is caussing me to crash? 48 isnt very high and ive reached higher before. I read on a different thread that it may possibly due to not high enough voltage. Im currently been running 1.625 volts and a 262 fsb. It has been fully stable until recently with the burn in test. What do you guys think? Thanks :woot:
    Pentium 4 CPU 2.60GHz @ 3.4 ghz
    ABIT A17 Motherboard
    1 GB PC3700 DDR-SDRAM
    Nvidia Geforce FX 6800 GT core 400 mem 1050
    Watercooled CPU and GPU
    WD 80 GB 7200rpm HDD
    WD 250 GB 7200 HDD
    Atapi CD-ROM 48x
    HP DVD Writer 300n
    Realtek 6 Channel Audio
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    Sounds like a magical processor to me (unless you have unlocked multiplier)...Im at 225x11 and 1.825 Vcore. I still think I might have it a tad low but I havent had any problems yet

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    haha

    well i started with a 2.6c P4, i agree though ive been lucky with low voltages.
    Pentium 4 CPU 2.60GHz @ 3.4 ghz
    ABIT A17 Motherboard
    1 GB PC3700 DDR-SDRAM
    Nvidia Geforce FX 6800 GT core 400 mem 1050
    Watercooled CPU and GPU
    WD 80 GB 7200rpm HDD
    WD 250 GB 7200 HDD
    Atapi CD-ROM 48x
    HP DVD Writer 300n
    Realtek 6 Channel Audio
    Windows XP Professional
    430 watt Antec TruePower

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    It could be voltage to either the memory or the CPU (those temps shouldn't produce it) but the CPU can be safely taken to 1.675v and the memory to 2.85v.

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    ok thanks wayout44 ill try that
    Pentium 4 CPU 2.60GHz @ 3.4 ghz
    ABIT A17 Motherboard
    1 GB PC3700 DDR-SDRAM
    Nvidia Geforce FX 6800 GT core 400 mem 1050
    Watercooled CPU and GPU
    WD 80 GB 7200rpm HDD
    WD 250 GB 7200 HDD
    Atapi CD-ROM 48x
    HP DVD Writer 300n
    Realtek 6 Channel Audio
    Windows XP Professional
    430 watt Antec TruePower

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    hi
    madmike could you please tell me about your PSU specs is it more than 300 w ?
    cause you have achieved good resutl ..!

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    i have an antec truepower 350 w
    Pentium 4 CPU 2.60GHz @ 3.4 ghz
    ABIT A17 Motherboard
    1 GB PC3700 DDR-SDRAM
    Nvidia Geforce FX 6800 GT core 400 mem 1050
    Watercooled CPU and GPU
    WD 80 GB 7200rpm HDD
    WD 250 GB 7200 HDD
    Atapi CD-ROM 48x
    HP DVD Writer 300n
    Realtek 6 Channel Audio
    Windows XP Professional
    430 watt Antec TruePower

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