hi guys, this is my first time trying to overclock (in the past i had some cheap boards, but this time i just got a good one) the problem is that i tried one setup done by a guy that i don't remember the forum i got it but here is how it is:
ai overclock: manual
cpu ratio control: manual
dram freq: ddr2-800
ras active: 15
cpu spread sprectrum: disable
pcie spread spectrum: disable
cpu volt: 1.35
dram volt: 1.8
fsb termination volt: 1.20
north bridge volt: 1.4
south bridge volt: 1.05
cie support : disable (this one i cannot even find it just in case lol
intel speedstep: disable
well this was for an pentium core 2 duo (or whatever the name is with 2.0 gigz)
pro problem is that when i tried to overclock it lets say 3.0 and play abit the pc restart
when i try with 2.7 (right now im using it) i can see some mouse lag here and there and got one restart trying to 7zip a dvd....... so my main question is: is this configuration right for my processor and motherboard?
here is my pc specs:
Proc: intel core 2 duo e4300
mobo: asus p5k-e (wifi)
ram: 4 gigs (2x2gigz) cm2x2048-6400c5dhx corsair
hope i can get some info about this and hopefully overclock it till 3.0s
just reread your post. what cooling are you using, and what other basic components do you have. A mouse jittering issue could be caused by video driver or some issue besides the board, etc. Does it happen at a specific time or all of the time.
I use this board with q6600, with all options on auto, and just changing the mutliplier and fsb of the processor achieved an overclock to 8x400 @3.2. voltages changed on their own. You may want to try the simpler option and set things back to auto like chipset voltages.