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    Successful overclock, but...

    Hello! After a few hours in bios with overclock (I am a noob), I have finally managed to boot with 300mhz clock equipment, from 1066MHz memories 1200mhz...BUT.

    The windows are still running with stock speed of memories and cpu. May also lead to poor performance in sandra/3dmark. When I go into the bios now it has been fsb Disasters sheet but everything is on what I put it on.

    What have I done wrong? Has tried to raise vcore step wise but nothing happens really. Have latest BIOS.

    Is certainly no easy crap that I do not set up correctly but could not do so much hehe.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    What have you done in the BIOS, in addition to wasting of Vcore? Have you increased the other ? Have you touched FSB anything at all? What are your memories?

    Edit: try changing the battery in the middle of the board with a new one.

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    I've changed FSB to 380x9, revised volts to the north bridge with 0.100, vcore to 1.4 +
    While increased DD2 volts to the 0.4

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    What you do when you leave the bios, press F10 [Y] enter? May well be that you do not save it when you exit. Download CPU-z and look what it says on the matter.

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    I press F10 when I leave the bios Yup.
    I also have CPU-z but there is everything stock except memories.

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    Turn off EIST or C1E or it can be hot. That makes the processor chill down at idle.

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    Have checked the CPU speed of the CPU-z even when I charged. It works as a maximum of 3ghz.

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    Re: Successful overclock, but...

    Turn it off in case you want to see. It disturbed when you are trying to overclock.

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