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E2160 overclock

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May 17, 2012 5:43:39 AM

hi there will i be able to overclock anymore without getting bsods i have overclocked the e2160 at 2428 mhz and if i go any higher i get bsod my temperature is low aswell "28 degrees celsius".

these are the voltages :

vcore voltage : 1.335
+3.3v voltage : 3.280
+5.0v voltage : 5.136
+12.0v voltage :11.776
dram voltage : 1.60
vtt voltage : 1.20
nb voltage : 1.20
gtlref voltage : 1.63vtt

system specs:

asrock g41m-vs3-r2
550w power supply
4gb kingston ram
500 gb hard drive
e2160

p.s i have not changed any voltages sorry for sucking im new at this !

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May 17, 2012 6:05:54 AM

so bump it up to around 1.400 woulds this work or to much ?
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May 17, 2012 6:16:28 AM

You are fine staying under the 1.5 volt limit, usually you increase in the smallest increments available test for stability and then increase again if OK. Have you looked in our overclocking section for guides and what other people are getting?
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May 17, 2012 6:31:11 AM

rolli59 said:
You are fine staying under the 1.5 volt limit, usually you increase in the smallest increments available test for stability and then increase again if OK. Have you looked in our overclocking section for guides and what other people are getting?
lol sorry about this but there is only four options on voltage in the bios theres dram voltage, nb voltage, vtt voltage, gtlref voltage does this mean i cant overclock anymore ?
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May 17, 2012 6:33:17 AM

as rolli said bump up in small increments. raise you FSB a few, like 10Mhz, test in prime95 for a half an hour. if ti passes bump up again until you fail. raise the voltage SLIGHTLY then try again.

your end result will hopefully get you to a 1333 FSB for 3Ghz with 1.45ish voltage and under 35c idle and no more than 72c load for temps.

that G41 chipset might be hard to pull that off with. READ GUIDES! google is your friend.

EDIT: unlink your ram speed from the FSB!
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