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Old 02-24-2008, 04:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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It seems recently when i have my e6600 OC'ed to 3.01 after a few hours of gaming my Keyboard shuts off, and my PC freezes. Any way to figure out why, my temps are fine and when i restart everything is fine. I have my Vcore set to auto cuz its a small OC, im wondering if i should find a stable Vcore for my P5B deluxe Wi/Fi and see if that fixes the issue?

Anyone ever had or heard of this problem?
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i dare say you've already hit the nail on the head. obviously it's unstable. the question is whether it's the memory or the cpu that's unstable if you have both overclocked. using auto voltage is not a good choice. find out what the stock voltage is for your processor and increment it from there.
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Just raise the voltage a bit above stock.
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is there software that will run a stress test and tell me what isn't stable so i can narrow down future problems easier? Or do i stick to Prime 95 and Super PI?
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No there is no software use Orthos to stress to.
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What's your FSB:RAM ratio? It could be that your RAM is just too high.
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well you can always only stress your CPU...

but anyways, just downclock your ram while your checking your CPU for stability, if it crashes then its your CPU's fault, if it doesn't it was your rams fault

auto voltage core is bad because it might give very little electricity even when your PC needs more, just set it to the default and work up from there like mentioned
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I left my Ram at stock, cuz im still learning how to change the timing in my northbridge settings. They seem to be fine. Im thinking they are 5-5-5-15 with my g-skill pc 800. I lowered my vcore to 1.325 and its running great.
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don't mess with the timings then... just lower the frequency from 800 to 667 or lower

nice though, congrats on finding a stable voltage
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I left my Ram at stock, cuz im still learning how to change the timing in my northbridge settings. They seem to be fine. Im thinking they are 5-5-5-15 with my g-skill pc 800. I lowered my vcore to 1.325 and its running great.
So you never changed the RAM multiplier? That's probably the problem then - the speed is probably too high. What is the RAM running at?
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