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Well it depends on what the other components in your set-up are (you dont have a sig yet!). But lowering the multi might helpIshakir said:
Even in Australia it is not the 29th yet! Anyway stick to whats more important and that is maximising the potential of that sucker!ReTiCuLeX said:I can bootup as far as 177x13 , but it isn't stable at all. 171x13 wasn't stable either. So im stuck on this at 1.96vcore. I tried 2.0v but it didn't help me get 171x13. Maybe I should lower my ram settings lol. Well im gona burn it in overnite.Btw what's the correct date ? LoL it says 10/29/02 . My temps are 44c CPU , 46c Load , Motherboard is 29c either way.
Lower your multi if your board allows you - not sure if you need to do an unlock job or not. Then you will be able to raise the FSB higher and take advantage of the 1/5th divisor without stressing your PCI components. 170 FSB on a 1/5th divisor places less stress on the PCI's than 140FSB on 1/4th divisor!Ishakir said:There's meh new sig (if it works)
Is having 140x15 too much load on any of my computer parts? I don't see many people run their multi that high. I apologize complete OC newb here
I tried running at a higher voltage with different settings, computer posted but NO DISPLAY LOL, this was my POS GeForce2 acting up which will be replaced very soon.
I am also currently running at stock voltage, this sound correct? I did a Prime95 for about 2 hrs and it ran stable for that amount of time. Will do a complete burn in overnight.
Thanks a lot