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Old 10-18-2007, 07:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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stock intel. i just got it up and running so i haven't had time to get a good cooler on it. the clock speed is max 355. im only running on 512 ram so i've got some other stuff to upgrade before i can think about cooling systems. (including getting a better fan.)
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i have temps from the bios. and they are reading stable. under 25
Those are your idle temps , might wanna run Orthos after every time you up FSB.
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If he's reading under 25C, then he has so much headroom to overclock further.

Hey midn1gh7, what are your ambients?...because that is low for a stock cooler. Are you in a basement or something?
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^^ ill run it once i can find my xp home disk...... haha. i'll be sure to moniter temps, but i've got pretty good airflow, and the stock intel cooler seems to be doing a good job. plus the cpu is pretty cool as is.

Nah, im in a bedroom. and when I go over 300 for the clock it will do what it usually does when i save the changes, and it'l show up as running at 200 for the clock, and options to change the multiplier and clock speeds are disabled. (they can be enabled tho)
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also, will add this.
i have it oc'd now at 3.01ghz and the temp is reading 24-25 C
but whenever i bump it up at all it will go wacked on me like i mentioned before.
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Looks like you need to add more voltage to the CPU or vcore. Just bump up the voltage one notch higher.
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there isn't an option for voltage. under the heading in the bios Frequency/Voltage Control all there is is O.C. FSB1066 Core.2 CPU, CPU Clock Ratio, CPU Host Clock Control, CPU Host Frequency(Mhz), AGP/PCI/SCR Fixed, and Memory Frequency For
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ahh...just noticed the chipset you're overclocking with. The 865G chipset, isn't known as a great overclocker. So if you don't have any control over voltages, you shouldn't go really far. But looking at your temps, I think it's ok.
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well it works great for what i want it to do.. agp + ddr + dual core cpu. so do you think i should stop at the 3.01ghz? also what is the AGP/PCI/SRC thing that i can mess with? options are 66/33, 67/34 etc.?
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I think that's the initial display. So it should be AGP, since you're using an AGP graphics card, I assume.

Don't mess with those numbers though. It's better left, the way they are.
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