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Overclocking problem (E6300)

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April 9, 2010 6:16:03 PM

Hello!

I spent all afternoon trying to understand why the processor did not want to go further, with no success.
So I check with you geeks! ^ ^
Spec:

E6300 (Conroe) 358 * 7 = 2509Mhz (266 * Orignal 7)

Asus P5LD2

2Gb A-Data PC6400 1:1 5-6-6-18-1

Tagan 580w

all the way to 358 FSB everything goes very well. Run all the flips and settings on auto. Stable in Ortho, 3DMark, etc. ...

But as soon as I raise fsb'n to 359 and it loaded the bios it says:
"NO BOOT DEVICE. PLEASE RESTART": confused:
Which I think is weird since it works cleanly on fsb'n 358th

I have tried raising the volts on all parts, tested a couple other random access memories and change the FSB: DRAM.

There is nothing wrong temperature, about 30 on both cores
Really appreciate all the tips and suggestions!


Regards, Pontus
a b K Overclocking
April 11, 2010 5:26:21 PM

Hello :hello: 

Pontus:
You Have hit either your cpu, or your mobo's FSB "Wall" Try Increasing the multiplier if you can. If not thats as far as your system will go. try a different Temperature monitoring program because those temps are insane.

That is almost a 1600Fsb
Rather keep the Fsb@ 333 And tweak the multiplier.
IF your Still Struggling look at this

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/240001-29-howto-overc...

Good Luck:D 
Anonymous
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April 11, 2010 6:56:22 PM

Hi, thanks for the tip!

I think it's the motherboard that puts an end for it. But it seems like i can't raise the multiplier neither drop it. Or maybe it's just the bios that need's an update.

The temperature is in celsius so it's normal. Im from sweden and there is celsius the most common way to measure temperature in .

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a b K Overclocking
April 12, 2010 3:36:47 PM

Yes I would have a look at a bios upgrade. And yes @ 30'C On both cores OC'd Is insane.
Good Luck :D 
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April 13, 2010 3:37:50 PM

fisshy, the E6300 Conroe has a X7 internal multiplier.

Pontus, if your tempertues under load are only 30 C, you have something wrong.

Remember, you can increase your CPU voltage. Just keep your load temperatures under 70 C and your vcore under1.50 volts.
a b K Overclocking
April 14, 2010 12:35:39 PM

Thanx Jsc. i honestly didn't know that
What is the ambient temperature? if its UBER low it might explain the low CPU temps?
!