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  1. I don't game, but, it seems as though you might have another problem. When I was stress testing my system trying to get my ram setup, I routinely went over 50 and up to 60 and never had the programs shutdown on me. Have you looked at the event viewer to see if you have any hints there?
  2. Like boatasiaus I, too, have the same sticks and after I found my cpu and memory comfort zones (thanks for all the info and to Angry for consolidating the guides) I have not had any problems. If it were me I'd follow boatasiaus's advice and start there.
  3. My two DVDs (1 burner and 1 rom) are primary master and primary slave.
  4. That might be your problem, but you re-installed your previous processor and have the same results now. Could the AMD drivers be slowing you down? I believe AMD says 65C starts the kill zone for X2 4400.
  5. Just because it won't do dual channel, doesn't mean the ram won't be used in single channel mode.
  6. How long have you done the reset for? You might have to try overnight and have you followed exroadie's recommendations?
  7. This was also posted to the overclocking forum: I ran the cpu/ram tests recommended by Angry and Rgone, and determined that my processor tops out at FSB 245 multi 11, and my ram tops out at FSB 250 (3 4 4 8 1t). These settings were with mostly defaults selected, 14.25v on cpu, cpu special +110%. I could probably get more out of them but I am aircooled and have had my cpu go to 60+ a couple of times testing. I hope the temps improve with a new cooler (Freezer 64) and the addition of Artic Silver. Anyway, all I wanted was to run at FSB 250 x 10 or so, and I can get there now with FSB 237 x 11 = 2607, which is not spectacular, but not real shabby either. If I decide I want more I guess I'll have to go with a water cooling system, which might not be a bad idea since my computer room is normally about 80f degrees.
  8. I ran the cpu/ram tests recommended by Angry and Rgone, and determined that my processor tops out at FSB 245 multi 11, and my ram tops out at FSB 250 (3 4 4 8 1t). These settings were with mostly defaults selected, 14.25v on cpu, cpu special +110%. I could probably get more out of them but I am aircooled and have had my cpu go to 60+ a couple of times testing. I hope the temps improve with a new cooler (Freezer 64) and the addition of Artic Silver. Anyway, all I wanted was to run at FSB 250 x 10 or so, and I can get there now with FSB 237 x 11 = 2607, which is not spectacular, but not real shabby either. If I decide I want more I guess I'll have to go with a water cooling system, which might not be a bad idea since my computer room is normally about 80f degrees.
  9. CPU VID 1.425 CPU VID Special 1.425 +113% LDT 1.2 Chipset 1.5 Memory 2.6 Dram 01/02 LDT 3x Multi 11 all other settings AUTO
  10. I have tried them, just had no luck. I am presently running Angry and Rgone's OC'ing test on my CPU and it fails Super Pi at FSB 248. I am using OCCT to try to stress it and see if it passes at 245. I thought that these CPUs would OC really well, but I can probably live with the 245 or in that neighborhood. I wasn't out to set any records, just wanted to drive fast and hang out with loose women. :nod:
  11. Plug them in, they are meant to provide power to various sub-sectors of the board. Correct BIOS is 623-3, I beiieve.
  12. Does anyone know what BIOS might be more friendly to the G.Skill HZ 2x1gb kit. I'm running 704-2BTA and I can't get stable at 250 FSB. I can get memtest from BIOS to run for 7+ hours but as soon as I try prime95 or memtest windows it fails. The chips in the memory are supposed to be Samsung UCCC. Thanks for any help/info you can give me.
  13. We are wondering if you did set the ram to 3.6 volts?? If you did, it's possible that you fried it or at least put a glow on it. Also, you don't by any chance have a floppy disk in the floppy drive, do you?
  14. Does the Opti 165 have an equal in the x2 Chip?
  15. Well now I've gotten it to run memtest from the BIOS for hours w/o error, prime95 appears to run w/o error, but Windows memtest fails at different addresses within the first 100%, so any ideas? Many thanks for all the replies - all help is appreciated.
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