OC E5200 @ 3,00 GhZ // fsb wall or my mistake?

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Pentium Dual-Core CPU E5200 @ 2.50GHz
Patriot Memory 6400LL Series 2x1GB
Gainward GeForce 9800GT 512MB
SAMSUNG HD321KJ 500 GB
Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3L
Chieftec (GPS-500AB-A) 500W bulk


I overlocked that without problems to ~2,9 GhZ.Now i have problems with stability.I set up higher CPU Vcore but it doesn't help me.

BIOS:


http://zapodaj.net/0aa31a465945.jpg.html

http://zapodaj.net/848dd1409225.jpg.html

C1E i EIST are off.

Temperatures i and Orthos error :

1) http://zapodaj.net/68bf682c8f62.jpg.html


Memory card from CPU-Z program:

http://www.iv.pl/images/93456867953848728862.jpg


Is it FSB wall? ? What can i do for proc. stability ?
Maybe it is problem with memories?
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  1. You are doing something wrong. You shouldn't be hitting an FSB wall until past 400 MHz.

    I looked at your photos. You are overclocking your memory. That is what is limiting your overclock.

    Change your System Memory Multiplier to to 2.00. That will give you an FSB:RAM ratio of 1:1. You should be able to reach at least 3.5 GHz and with a little luck 4.0 GHz, depending on your CPU.
  2. it may works but now i see bsod error.

    http://wklej.org/id/418021/

    What is the problem?
  3. jsc said:
    You are doing something wrong. You shouldn't be hitting an FSB wall until past 400 MHz.

    I looked at your photos. You are overclocking your memory. That is what is limiting your overclock.

    Change your System Memory Multiplier to to 2.00. That will give you an FSB:RAM ratio of 1:1. You should be able to reach at least 3.5 GHz and with a little luck 4.0 GHz, depending on your CPU.


    Jsc whats wrong with an fsb of 400 > ?


    @Stealthz, you increased your ram voltage?
    Btw, at what frequency is the ram running at ?
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    @Stealthz, you increased your ram voltage?
    Btw, at what frequency is the ram running at ?


    Yes i do it. +0.2 V for 3,06 GhZ
    RAM is running at 800 MhZ.
  5. So still bsod ?
  6. 55Range said:
    Jsc whats wrong with an fsb of 400 > ?

    Nothing - except you probably won't be able to reach it.

    E5200 internal mult 12.5 X 400 MHz = 5.0 GHz. Any guesses on the likelihood of actually reaching 5.0 GHz on air?

    stealthz noticed something limiting his overclock and he asked if it was the FSB freq.
  7. I see ; :D
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