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    Default Help needed regarding overclocking

    brothers..... amar ekta help dorkar......

    amar pc er mobo is gigabyte g31-m2sl, processor is core 2 duo 2.2 ghz and ram 4gb ddr2.

    ami just test korar jonne overclock korte chachchi. bios e mit nam e ekta option ache jeitar vitore overclock er onekgula option ache. oikhane multiplier default 11 and clock speed is 200 which makes it 2.2. ami clock speed barae 210 korlam and save kore restart dilam. but boot hoyna. then pc reset korle 10-15 sec pore boot hoy but shei ager 2.2 ghz ei show kore. then bios e dhuke dekhlam je clock speed 210 ei set kora ache but oi speed ta bios er 1st e dekhae na. puran tai dekhae.

    jader gigabyte er mobo ache tara ki ektu help korben amake? cheers

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Its not clear what your problem is from your description, but I think you have missed something. Set all voltages to Auto and up the base clock in 5-10 MHz increments. That would (mostly) eradicate insufficient voltage issues and set higher voltages accordingly. You can tweak voltages in the finalizing section of overclocking. Delayed POST (= Power On Self Test) is common during the FIRST boot (especially when the overclock is much higher, >20%) after overclocking, but not from second and later ones. But if you keep on getting delayed POST/boot issues, that's certainly unstable overclocking. I'm still trying to figure out why your 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo becomes unstable on just 2.31 GHz! Try to get into OS, then run CPUz and check what clock speed it reports (before and after overclocking). Although chances are lower, but still your BIOS may report wrong clocks. That might be why you are not seeing any change in clocks. Try downclocking it, say, setting the base at 150. Also, you can set your multiplier lower (8~10) and base clock higher (220~300) to overclock if your current method keeps on failing.


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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    Its not clear what your problem is from your description, but I think you have missed something. Set all voltages to Auto and up the base clock in 5-10 MHz increments. That would (mostly) eradicate insufficient voltage issues and set higher voltages accordingly. You can tweak voltages in the finalizing section of overclocking. Delayed POST (= Power On Self Test) is common during the FIRST boot (especially when the overclock is much higher, >20%) after overclocking, but not from second and later ones. But if you keep on getting delayed POST/boot issues, that's certainly unstable overclocking. I'm still trying to figure out why your 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo becomes unstable on just 2.31 GHz! Try to get into OS, then run CPUz and check what clock speed it reports (before and after overclocking). Although chances are lower, but still your BIOS may report wrong clocks. That might be why you are not seeing any change in clocks. Try downclocking it, say, setting the base at 150. Also, you can set your multiplier lower (8~10) and base clock higher (220~300) to overclock if your current method keeps on failing.
    thnx bro. i tried increasing voltage by small bit but it dont work. i tried multiplier 10 and clock 200 thus making it 2.0 ghz and it worked. so it looked that overclocking dint work but underclocking worked.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Thats weird, just a 10Mhz increase. Your RAM is running fine right? OCing the CPU will automatically OC your RAM as well.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    yeah no prob with ram with normal pc usage. do u think i need to flash the bios in case of any sort of corruption due to frequent electricity failure as i dont have an ups right now?

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    Umm I don't think so, if something was wrong with the BIOS then you'd face other symptoms during normal usage as well. 10 multiplier and 210mhz FSB works right?

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    yep. multiplier 10 and clock 220 = 2.2 works as well. but as soon as i put clock 2.3 thus making it 2.3 doesnt work anymore.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    maybe somewhere in ur bios, manual overclock is turned off. Please check all settings.

    Or perhaps ur ram doesnt support oc. Then only oc ur cpu. Keep ram at default speed.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Oops! Then set the memory at lowest possible settings, then try to overclock. I recommend loading optimized defaults (in the BIOS) before starting over again.


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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Ya do that, reset your BIOS settings and start again. If you don't have an option of turning off RAM OCing (like me), then set it to a 667MHz and OC your CPU.

    This is what I need, I use Transcend 800MHz value RAMs. My MOBO automatically OCs the RAM and this cannot be turned off. So I set it to 667MHz and OC'd the CPU till it reached 840MHz.

    From 2.83 to 3.6GHZ, pretty good OC for a MOBO which is said to be crap for these things.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    brothers, bashae eshe pc start kortei bios e overclocked speed dekhachche. allah ei jane. hehe

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    lol, don't take any risk though. Run a stress test like Intel Burn Test at the highest level.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    stress test gulatey onek time lagena??

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by dying4004 View Post
    brothers, bashae eshe pc start kortei bios e overclocked speed dekhachche. allah ei jane. hehe
    dat is kinda weird. :S

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Give it at least half an hour.

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    cheers guys.

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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    No need for half an hour stressing, 5 minutes of stressing will drive the CPU to its maximum heat production state. But for stability test, one hour is recommended. Also, play Crysis when overclocked. People report that their 8 hour Intel Burn Test stable CPU becomes unstable in 5 minutes of Crysis. Don't ask me why, it is sometimes the case.


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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Hey, Rashed bhai...........ki bepar? You 're done playing around with all smartphones that exist in this world? Tai ekhon OC niye research korben? Apnar jonno ekta Desire HD order kortei hobe dekha jacche. Heee heee.

    Newyz, if you are interested, I can give an overclocking crash course when i c u on Friday.

    Till then Intel burn test diye 10 round test kore dekhen, to see if your proc is stable. Stress level standard e rakhlei hobe.

    Use memtest (windows version) to check stability of your RAMS in case u 've overclocked them. Since u 've a core2duo, open up 2 instances of Memtest, split your free ram among them and start both 'f them together. Check with a resource monitoring utility if your Memory is being utilized to at least around 95%. If not, stop the memtest runs, increase the amount of RAM in each window and run them again. You should continue till the RAM is tested to around 200-300 %.

    Tarpor prime 95 diye blend test kore dekhen if your Proc and RAM are stable when working together at moderately high loads. P95 test onkkhon dhore run korben, raaete ghumanor age start kore diye ghumate jaben. Shokale uthe first thing, in case electricity jodi majhkhane na giye thake, dekhben kono errors return koreche kina.

    Ei chhilo stress testing. And OC korte hole, first try to find out the lowest possible voltage to support your stock clocks. After that increase the Clock and Vcore voltage accordingly to support your overclock. Or you can assume an OC target and raise your clocks and then determine the lowest possible voltage to support your overclock. The first is for beginners and the 2nd is for more experienced overclockers. Details on friday.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    No need for half an hour stressing, 5 minutes of stressing will drive the CPU to its maximum heat production state. But for stability test, one hour is recommended. Also, play Crysis when overclocked. People report that their 8 hour Intel Burn Test stable CPU becomes unstable in 5 minutes of Crysis. Don't ask me why, it is sometimes the case.
    8hr IBT ke kore bhai? Can u plz give me a link?
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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    8hr IBT ke kore bhai? Can u plz give me a link?
    I see this type of posts in some other forums (might be guru3d or techpowerup), can't remember correctly but a lot of them run 6 or 8 hour stress test to "ensure" stability. I say thats an overkill, for sure, no need to do so. This very post I am talking about was posted last year, who keeps track of some forum posts? But will give a link if I can find out, it will be fun

    But about overclock becoming unstable in games... I am a living example. My i7 860 runs stable at 3.8 for half an hour IBT (excuse the max temperature ) but in Crysis it frequently freezes.
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    Default Re: Help needed regarding overclocking

    Well Crysis e GPU overclock kore cholaite gele GPU drivers reset hoye jaito, mone hoi game er e shomossha with OCs.

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