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Old 11-25-2007, 09:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Oc stable, until computer is off for a while

I have my e4500 @3ghz (333x9) 1.35v.. I have ran orthos for over 14 hours twice with no errors. I have had these settings a few weeks now with no problems, no crashes after heavy gaming, temps are good.

BUT! When I shutdown my computer for the night I sometimes have problems with it posting the next day.

Like today It would post but get bluescreen of death while loading windows, tried even uping voltage some but i got nothing till i put stock settings in. Then after it ran fine a while i put my old settings back in and it works ok now... I'm running another orthos stress test but that really doesn't say much for my problem.

What could be the problem? Does it matter that it has been really cold in the room (55f) when im trying to turn it on?

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If your PC is cold its great, people run CPU's on -197c with gas , so no worrying about cold.
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