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Guys need help with overclocked i7-930

when i overclock cpu just a little bit from 2.8 to 3.2 and set ram speed to 1600. i cant boot the windows plus i need reset the bios because my pc just freez, i cant even go to the bios. But if i put my ram speed down to 1066 every thing is fine. can some body help my?? planing to overclock to 4.0 ghz
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  1. have you tweaked the vcore ? Also check your ram timing and you qpi should be lowered. Whats your power supply ?
  2. Yea need a lot more information to help you. I'm assuming you haven't touched the bios yet?
  3. i have antec 1200 W, and yes i touched the bios. i am new to i7 overclocking it is a little different than oldest cpu. i used overshoked's post to overclock the cpu
  4. What is your RAM rated at ?

    Have you run Memtest+ (12-18 passes) on it at the rated speed ?
  5. Post all your bios voltage settings. Have you upped the voltage of your ram for it's rated speed/timings?
  6. CORSAIR DOMINATOR-GT 6GB 7-7-7-20 1.65 V. no i did not run memtest 86.
  7. cory1234 said:
    Post all your bios voltage settings. Have you upped the voltage of your ram for it's rated speed/timings?


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voKr_nbYCAY
  8. matvey said:


    Your image isn't working...you need to upload it to the internet using photobucket, etc.
  9. cory1234 said:
    Your image isn't working...you need to upload it to the internet using photobucket, etc.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voKr_nbYCAY

    i can not go even more than 1066.
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  11. Best answer
    Is your QPI frequency selection set to the lowest value?

    Change your CPU VTT to 1.3v to start, and set your CPU PLL to 1.8v.

    Just remember your CPU vcore and CPU VTT are the most important voltages in overclocking.

    Taking a look at this guide will surely help you more:
    http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/538439-guide-overclocking-core-i7-920-930-a.html
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