Uuh, i can't seem to OC my system without the blue screens of death showing up unpredictably. (I ran orthos for 10hrs - stable, but when i Launched UT3 Blue screen of death flash) And they flash on and off so fast i cant read what they say.
K, the e6600 can OC to 2.8GHz without voltages needed to be changed at all, until it becomes relatively unstable. My e6600 can't make it past 2.52GHz stable with voltages upped. - when playing a game.
Now i'm trying to pinpoint the problem. But i have no idea how to. I do not wish to test another OC since, my bro is using that PC right now and last night i had to take out the battery and reset the BIOS.
So if anyone could provide suggetions / questions on how to pinpoint the problem that would be great.
Oh BTW : I have a feeling my MTB is somewhat allergic to OCing (MY MTB not the type) or my CPU clock is somehow locked, and that 2.52GHz is the end of that lock range. Yes it sounds stupid but... lol.
so you have two problems
1- it sound like a graphic driver that causes the BSODs
i would suggest that you uninstall the current one and reinstall it
use driver cleaner its a good software
to read what bsod has write to you, go and read it in the event viewer and check there(control panel->administrator tools) and with the even id number google about it
2-the problem with the overclocking that you have for me it sounds like the temperatures(overheating) is the main reason check you cpu fan and you're case airflow