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    Recently i oced my E6500 a little(2.93ghz to 3.30ghz) using bus speed of my biostar(¤shit¤) g41 mobo...& yes with stock cooler.but after ocing i am facing some annoying prob like blue screen/memory dump,rendom program/game closedown,error report...etc but temp are normal and never goes over 65C(load).i didn't change any voltage setting as i don't have much idea about ocing.I heard people easily reach upto 4.0 ghz with it:S.So what can i do??Real overclocker help me.....

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    Recently i oced my E6500 a little(2.93ghz to 3.30ghz) using bus speed of my biostar(¤shit¤) g41 mobo...& yes with stock cooler.but after ocing i am facing some annoying prob like blue screen/memory dump,rendom program/game closedown,error report...etc but temp are normal and never goes over 65C(load).i didn't change any voltage setting as i don't have much idea about ocing.I heard people easily reach upto 4.0 ghz with it:S.So what can i do??Real overclocker help me.....
    @@nonymous
    first post the exact things u've done..
    OC is just not a simple thing!
    I'm running a E5400 2.7Ghz PDC @3.24GHz with default cooler..

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    It isn't stable. Needs voltage tweak. Did you perform stress test?

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    Recently i oced my E6500 a little(2.93ghz to 3.30ghz) using bus speed of my biostar(¤shit¤) g41 mobo...& yes with stock cooler.but after ocing i am facing some annoying prob like blue screen/memory dump,rendom program/game closedown,error report...etc but temp are normal and never goes over 65C(load).i didn't change any voltage setting as i don't have much idea about ocing.I heard people easily reach upto 4.0 ghz with it:S.So what can i do??Real overclocker help me.....
    Bhaiya maybe this is not that much related, but i think OC-ing that much doesn't make any noticeable difference :mellow: Might be useful if your CPU is bottlenecking your GPU or something, but keeping it at stock frequencies is the best option I run my Quad Q8400 at stock freq. even with a Frio Cooler
    Anyway, your wish..just my suggestion .. Hope you wont mind

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Bhaiya maybe this is not that much related, but i think OC-ing that much doesn't make any noticeable difference :mellow: Might be useful if your CPU is bottlenecking your GPU or something, but keeping it at stock frequencies is the best option I run my Quad Q8400 at stock freq. even with a Frio Cooler
    Anyway, your wish..just my suggestion .. Hope you wont mind
    Agreed.

    @Anonymous, why have you OCed? I mean, what's the reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    @@nonymous
    first post the exact things u've done..
    OC is just not a simple thing!
    I'm running a E5400 2.7Ghz PDC @3.24GHz with default cooler..
    i just changed the bus speed(266mhz to 300 mhz) in the bios

    ---------- Post added at 23:20 ---------- Previous post was at 23:17 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    It isn't stable. Needs voltage tweak. Did you perform stress test?
    how to perform stress test ??

    ---------- Post added at 23:23 ---------- Previous post was at 23:20 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Agreed.

    @Anonymous, why have you OCed? I mean, what's the reason?
    actually for 'nothing'....shobai kore tai try korlam...akta karon ase..... game cholar shomoi cpu usage 95-100% thake
    Last edited by @nonymous™; January 8th, 2011 at 00:29.

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Did you changed the memory multiplier? Otherwise it will oc ur memory also and most ddr2 rams in bd cant oc well. So it will be better to change ur memory multiplier. And I dont think u need voltage tweak for this small oc but if the change of multiplier doesnt solve the prob then do a little voltage increase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaikh_imtiaj View Post
    Did you changed the memory multiplier? Otherwise it will oc ur memory also and most ddr2 rams in bd cant oc well. So it will be better to change ur memory multiplier. And I dont think u need voltage tweak for this small oc but if the change of multiplier doesnt solve the prob then do a little voltage increase.
    i have twinmoss 2gb+team 2gb=4gb ddr2.bus speed is 800(defult).memory multiplier ki??change kivabe kore.there are no option in my bios called memory muliplier.
    Last edited by @nonymous™; January 8th, 2011 at 00:49.

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    u need to change volt u need more volt....then test using p95/IBT.......

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    i just changed the bus speed(266mhz to 300 mhz) in the bios
    ---------- Post added at 23:20 ---------- Previous post was at 23:17 ----------
    how to perform stress test ??
    ---------- Post added at 23:23 ---------- Previous post was at 23:20 ----------
    actually for 'nothing'....shobai kore tai try korlam...akta karon ase..... game cholar shomoi cpu usage 95-100% thake
    @@nonymous
    if u change the bus speed it will change ur ram bus also..
    but ddr2 ram are not good for oc.
    so i've lowered my ram:fsb to make the ram working at 800mhz bus while increasing the fsb only.
    so check that ur ram bus is also getting increased, lower it, there is an option for it.
    depends on ur bios.
    it would be better if u could provide a screenshot of ur bios..
    no need to increase voltage at the moment it will generate more heat..

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    @@nonymous
    if u change the bus speed it will change ur ram bus also..
    but ddr2 ram are not good for oc.
    so i've lowered my ram:fsb to make the ram working at 800mhz bus while increasing the fsb only.
    so check that ur ram bus is also getting increased, lower it, there is an option for it.
    depends on ur bios.
    it would be better if u could provide a screenshot of ur bios..
    no need to increase voltage at the moment it will generate more heat..
    bios-e ram bus speed 800mhz-e ase kintu startup er shomoi 900 mhz show kore!!

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    bios-e ram bus speed 800mhz-e ase kintu startup er shomoi 900 mhz show kore!!
    yah thats the problem, ur ram won't perform well at 900Mhz..
    my pc doesn't start if i oc the the ram by a margin..
    so there is a option for it.. read the manual.. or take a photo of the bios so others may suggest..

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    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    yah thats the problem, ur ram won't perform well at 900Mhz..
    my pc doesn't start if i oc the the ram by a margin..
    so there is a option for it.. read the manual.. or take a photo of the bios so others may suggest..
    There are three option of 'DRAM Frequency' in my bios, auto,667mhz,800mhz....if i set it at 800/auto then it runs at 900mhz or if i set it 667mhz then it runs at 750mhz.so what frequency should i choose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    There are three option of 'DRAM Frequency' in my bios, auto,667mhz,800mhz....if i set it at 800/auto then it runs at 900mhz or if i set it 667mhz then it runs at 750mhz.so what frequency should i choose?
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    So u have two system memory multiplier:
    (for 667) 333/266 = 1.25
    (for 800) 400/266 = 1.50

    So if u set 300 fsb ram & 667 ram then its bus is 300 x 1.25 x 2 (2 for DDR) = 750 Mhz

    Set the fsb to 320 and ram to 667 then ur RAM will work @800Mhz

    Try this and watch that your system is stable or not.
    try prime95 or pi generator like this to see if ur cpu works well under 100% cpu use for some times..

    http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=103

    also use the @ mention tag to draw the attention.. coz its not possible to check all the threads..

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    Recently i oced my E6500 a little(2.93ghz to 3.30ghz) using bus speed of my biostar(¤shit¤) g41 mobo...& yes with stock cooler.but after ocing i am facing some annoying prob like blue screen/memory dump,rendom program/game closedown,error report...etc but temp are normal and never goes over 65C(load).i didn't change any voltage setting as i don't have much idea about ocing.I heard people easily reach upto 4.0 ghz with it:S.So what can i do??Real overclocker help me.....
    1st of all write down all the Brand, Model # of CPU, Motherboard, RAM (speed,voltage, SPD timings) and most importantly PSU.

    n dun panic oC like that should not caz any irreversible harm.

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
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    but ddr2 ram are not good for oc.
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    DDR2 rams are very good overclockers.....if you know how to tweak it
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    try 320 FSB and see what happens.....should be stable......
    or else run ur ram @ 750MHZ.....
    also keep an eye on you temps....

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    I've never seen such a BIOS. -__- No offense.

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    I've never seen such a BIOS. -__- No offense.
    May be you are only familiar with Phoenix Bios. That is an AMI Bios.
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    Default Re: problem after OC

    i had this sort of bios wid my am2 supported mobo.

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    Default Re: problem after OC

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    @@nonymous
    So u have two system memory multiplier:
    (for 667) 333/266 = 1.25
    (for 800) 400/266 = 1.50

    So if u set 300 fsb ram & 667 ram then its bus is 300 x 1.25 x 2 (2 for DDR) = 750 Mhz

    Set the fsb to 320 and ram to 667 then ur RAM will work @800Mhz

    Try this and watch that your system is stable or not.
    try prime95 or pi generator like this to see if ur cpu works well under 100% cpu use for some times..

    http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=103

    also use the @ mention tag to draw the attention.. coz its not possible to check all the threads..
    Thnx...... @abir bro i set the fsb at 320/667 & now it is stable cpu is running at 3.52ghz......but temperature goes upto 78C when performing stress test(large FFT)..is it high enough considering the Winter??? :S......

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