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I did a blend test. i have the vcore up from 1.6v up that by 7.5% it's max is 10% up the ram is 3200 and i have that running the same as the fsb 192.oc_byagi said:you're overclocked beyond the limit, voltage isn't enough, some hardware may be defective.
prime detects specific parts within your system: CPU, Mobo, Memory, Power Supply, Cooling/Temperature, and BIOS Settings (Voltage/Overclock).
If you're overclocking you're CPU, the problems can be,
1. you're CPU is not able to run at the speed you have set.
2. you're CPU is not getting enough voltage.
3. RAM isn't able to run at the FSB. (RAM voltage may be involved)
4. Voltage is unstable. (Power Supply issue)
6. Anything else I might have missed.
Basically, it happens when your hardware isn't fully stable, and it'll also help if you post which prime test you've ran.
Yup, I agree. 11.5 hrs stable once when I was testing my mem. Then a bit of internet browsing & downloading and my computer restarted. Ran memtest and got errors after 1.5 hrs.jonspd said:P.S. the blend test suck's IMO./
44deg right now 48deg full load on prime95Drec said:what are your temps like?
Yeah i like games im playing LOTR ROTK now and have played matrix game i also do clonedvd movies and music so i should grab more i might start with one 256mb soon then upgrade but my board has dual channel is that anygood havent read much about it?DJCorpse said:most people recommend at least 512 mb of ram. and if you are a gamer or do other memory intensive things on your computer, then most say to get a gig!
Amd_kick_arse said:does anyone think i need more ram ?? can that help, cause i know this dude that is a real computer man well so he says, And he said to me that 256mb is more then enough.??