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Help AMD chip ASUS mobo overclocking problems

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November 7, 2010 7:16:35 AM

ok so i'm a total noob at overclocking and i've been messing around with my bios all day today. i think i've hit the limit.

I've got an asus motherboard mv2 with amd athalon 64 x2 6000+ windsor processor, 4gb ram is patriot pc2-6400 800mhz 5-5-5-12 1.9v and a 1gb stick of ?

i've got it at 15x processor multiplier, 1.45v are both the max settings i have to choose
the fsb frequency is only stable at 210 and iffy at that
i have the ht frequency at 4x or 800mhz
the end result is 3180 give or take and temps hovering around 55
it will sometimes fail the orthos blend stress test and i don't want to try 24hrs until i get my new heatsink and fan

is it my motherboard thats keeping me from oc'ing higher because it seems like folks on here are getting 3.4 stable outta these chips
am i missing something any help would be great

thanks
atom
a c 296 V Motherboard
a c 291 K Overclocking
a b Ĉ ASUS
November 8, 2010 3:39:55 PM

Hi nothingman and welcome to Tom's forum.

I think that you forgot the FSB relation with the RAM speed. When you rise the FSB the RAM speed also change. Slow down the RAM speed before rise the FSB.
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