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Need help for overclocking E8600 PLZ!!!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by NoobOverclocker, Nov 7, 2008.

  1. NoobOverclocker New Member

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    E8600 Q820A744
    Noctua U12P Performance Cooler
    Corsair PC8500 1066 2X2G
    Asus P5Q-Deluxe
    Corsair TX750 750W Power Supply
    ATI 4870 1G 750/900


    It is now stable at 4.0Ghz(400X10)with:
    1.28125v cpu voltage in bios wihch is 1.264 in cpuz)
    1.52v pll
    1.12v fsb term
    1.12v nb
    2.10v DRAM 5-5-5-15 1066

    but i failed when i tried to overclock to 4.5Ghz 10X450(with memory freq automatically jump to 1081)... either cant log on windows or cant startup.
    Failed setting:
    1.3625v or 1.3875v or 1.4v cpu voltage
    1.54v pll
    1.32v fsb term
    1.55vnb or 1.5vnb

    could some help with my problem with voltage setting as well as memory?(901Mhz and 1081Mhz ...are the memory freq options with cpu 4.5Ghz)
  2. erocker

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    Try a higher FSB termination voltage 1.4ish. The NB voltage can probablly come down to 1.5v's mabye a little lower. Really, the ram should run fine at either speed, but it's probablly best to keep it at 901mhz for now to get everything else stable. Also, make sure your temps are good for everything and that it's not your limiting factor.
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    I changed the fsb to 1.4v and nb to 1.5v and I still cant og on to windows.

    When i log on to windows my screen suddenly turns blue or suddenly restart....

    ...which voltage should i change? I have tried to set DRAM to 2.16,2.1,2.0,1.9 and auto with 5-5-5-15 and 2.1 with 4-4-4-12.


    anyway.Thank you erocker.

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