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E2180 Overclocking Problem

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Anonymous
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January 11, 2008 9:54:29 PM

I'm new to overclocking and from experimenting and reading different tutorials I've managed to get my E2180 to 2.95Ghz. However the issues I'm having is it's stuck at 2.95Ghz and I don't know what to do. Below I've posted some images of my Motherboard//RAM//CPU from CPU-Z






January 11, 2008 10:04:28 PM

Put your RAM in 1:1.

You are killing it at 491 MHz.
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January 11, 2008 10:32:09 PM

cnumartyr said:
Put your RAM in 1:1.

You are killing it at 491 MHz.


1:1 ?
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January 11, 2008 10:40:49 PM

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1:1 ?



Your ram is rated at 333 MHz max.

You are running it at 491 MHz.

Run it at 1:1 with the FSB. This gives you 292 MHz RAM (right now).

Read the OC guide at the top of the forum.
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January 11, 2008 11:02:16 PM

cnumartyr said:
Your ram is rated at 333 MHz max.

You are running it at 491 MHz.

Run it at 1:1 with the FSB. This gives you 292 MHz RAM (right now).

Read the OC guide at the top of the forum.


Better?
January 11, 2008 11:25:09 PM

I don't know, is it?

It's your overclock, did it help solve the problem?
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January 11, 2008 11:42:33 PM

It gave me more overhead however it freezes in windows after awhile. Do I need up my voltage?
January 11, 2008 11:44:03 PM

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It gave me more overhead however it freezes in windows after awhile. Do I need up my voltage?


Yea I'd say you need more vCore. If you drop the CPU multiplier and it is still doing it then it isn't the CPU. At that point up the NB voltage and if you are OCing yoru ram up the voltage on that.
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January 11, 2008 11:47:59 PM

cnumartyr said:
Yea I'd say you need more vCore. If you drop the CPU multiplier and it is still doing it then it isn't the CPU. At that point up the NB voltage and if you are OCing yoru ram up the voltage on that.


Thanks a lot for your help thus far. I really appreciate it.

I'll post my results.
January 12, 2008 2:12:01 PM

whoops screwed up, ignore..
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