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Raid Array fix?

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I have a problem with the overclocking. Whenever i try to put my fsb over 220, no matter what settings I get the raid array error. is there anyway to fix this? Its really annoying, and even at 220FSB i get BSOD's, and i have 1.55v+104%... what is causing this?

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Welcome to the "Street", robin!

 

I would put my money on your PSU. The minimum requirement for DFI boards is 480W. I believe that this could even be too low for today's components. Read the list of recommended PSU's.

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Welcome to the "Street", robin!

 

I would put my money on your PSU. The minimum requirement for DFI boards is 480W. I believe that this could even be too low for today's components. Read the list of recommended PSU's.

 

wow thats ridiculous. but what else could be causing this?

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On NF3 chipsets only the 3 and 4 ports have locked busesTtry putting your HD on these ports that should solve your problem.If your already using the 3 and 4 try 1 and 2..It really sounds like your using unlocked ports because 220 is about were most people start having trouble when overclocking with sata or sata raid arrays

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On NF3 chipsets only the 3 and 4 ports have locked busesTtry putting your HD on these ports that should solve your problem.If your already using the 3 and 4 try 1 and 2..It really sounds like your using unlocked ports because 220 is about were most people start having trouble when overclocking with sata or sata raid arrays

 

im using IDE.

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If that's an old CO clawhammer, most probably ~2.4 will be it's limit. Some newer CG can go near 2.6 or above, but sometimes with tons of voltage. Usually they max out at 1.7v, but I wouldn't do that on air 24/7, but up to 1.65v with proper cooling is safe for these .13 parts.

Try lowering htt mult to 3x, relaxing max assynch latency and read preamble to something high as 9/7 for starters.

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If that's an old CO clawhammer, most probably ~2.4 will be it's limit. Some newer CG can go near 2.6 or above, but sometimes with tons of voltage. Usually they max out at 1.7v, but I wouldn't do that on air 24/7, but up to 1.65v with proper cooling is safe for these .13 parts.

Try lowering htt mult to 3x, relaxing max assynch latency and read preamble to something high as 9/7 for starters.

 

i am the second owner of the chip and the last guy, i know him had it at 2.8GHz

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i saw a CPUz screenie... i trust him too.

 

 

That may have been a suicide shot.

I can get this chip to boot at 3.2ghz but its not good for doin anything except for grabbin a quick screenie.

I run 24/7 at 3ghz but this isn't a 3400.

The 3400 that I passed on to a family member ran at I think it was 2640 and that was with the lid removed and under water.

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