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Old 03-12-2005, 07:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well i was just on the internet and then it went to a blue screen saying that It had exited and was begining to dump physical memory did i over clock to far i only did. 1.33-1.4is all I did. so do you know what I should do?Or is my CPU not stable if not tell me how to change it.
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what do you mean 1GHz is all? That's a hefty OC for any system.

Voltage = stability

You're supposed to run prime95 for 12+ hours to insure stability in your system
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ok well i put it down from 1.33 ro 1.5 see if that'll help gatta wait till my Big Brother leaves to do something and i'll mess with it.
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haha wait for big brother to leave ?
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Possibly it overheated? Maybe it's a stable o/c but you don't have the cooling capacity? What heatsink/fan(s) are you using? It is possible that you o/c'd it too far. 1GHz is a big hop. Or do you mean you o/c'd it to 1GHz. In that case it must be an older CPU and possibly not as stable. You also mentioned "well i put it down from 1.33 ro 1.5 see if that'll help" Do you mean you increased it from 1.33 to 1.5? If so, that should provide increased stability with higher temp outputs.
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o i'm sorry from 1.40 to 1.35 and it's doing fine now.
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2 120 mm fans and a cheap heatsink with stock thermal compund maybe i can find the heatsink on newegg because that was a bundle deal
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err...what's the specs of your comp?
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mostly handidowns from my brother old pos
But it has 333 Ram 3 CAS(not sure on timing i think it was that)
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