Prime95 Results Question

I think I just have my voltage too low but I wanted a second opinion

[Sun Apr 22 18:03:53 2007]
Self-test 1024K passed!
[Sun Apr 22 18:25:45 2007]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4

I am also having a problem I dont understand. when I over clock for example
amd 64 4000+
kingston value 4x512 pc3200
asus a8r-mvp

I set the systme clock to 225
with ddr set at 186mhz wich means CPU/13 on cpuz so its running at 206mhz
my hyper transport is set at 800mhz so that means its a 4x multiplier running at 1020mhz

it will boot up everyother time at those speeds and the other times at like underclocked speeds of like 196 system bus, I dont get it
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  1. Rounding errors simply means your overclock is not stable. Have you increased the volts slightly as you increase your overclock? Generally that is needed, depending how high the OC is.
  2. If more voltage doesn't fix your problem drop your HT multiplier by 1. Thats what I had to do to get my 3000+ stable at 2.5
  3. Quote:
    If more voltage doesn't fix your problem drop your HT multiplier by 1

    Done exactly the same thing on my old P4 and it worked like magic :D
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