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19 Jul 2011  

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Terronium 12 View Post
One thing you can do right off the bat is set the memory timings, command rate (if an option), and the voltage manually.

Another thing is, and I'm presuming here, you can just crank up the multiplier and bus speeds and expect instant stability. You have to do it in incremental steps. Overclocking is a time consuming process and you're going to be doing this for hours (and i do mean hours). If you did work your way to where you're aiming now, what was the last stable frequency/voltage? In any case, 1.35v is a little low for 3.6 or 3.8.
Not to sure how to set the memory timings which is why i never did it, i am running triple channel memory which i believe complicates things, as well as different brands/modules.
The last it was truly stable, which was quite a while ago 8 months + was at 3.3ghz, almost everything was at auto except the base clock and the cpu voltage, i think the cpu voltage was around 1.3 and the base clock around 170
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