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Thermal throttling gives extra stability¿ (and other questions)

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Hi, before all im new at this forum im from spain and my english is very poor (thx mr Aznar :().

 

Well that's my first post, hope that will be usefull

 

 

Im working on a DFI ultra infinity with a barton 2500+ blocked (218x11) and 512 corsair ch-5 at 1.85 vcore and 3.2 vddim 2-2-2-11

 

well seems all works fine but i have 2 problems:

 

when i turn off thermal throttling my PC crashes at prime and 3dmark2001, but with thermal throttling on it seems to be stable at least to 225 FSB, why that happened¿¿

 

My other problem is that when i try to get more than 225 fsb the PC crashes every time, very unestable, but getting vcore to 1.9 windows dont boot, and with 1.85 yes, but not stable system, my PSU is a LC power 420W with 24A at 12V, so dont seem his problem... :rolleyes:

 

 

and other question, what bios should I flash at first?¿ i got some problems with 6-19, so i dont know what bios try :(

 

plz sorry for my bad english, hope u understand what im triying to say

 

thanks you all and greetings for this forum ^^

 

bye bye

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turn thermal throttling off if u are overclocking run the lowest amount of options including Cool N Quiet so there are a lower amount of things to control

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this may sound dumb but what is thermal throttling. i always saw it in BIOS but never knew what it was. And im messing around with overclocking and like the guy above me i can only get to 225 is thermal throttling holding me back?

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sorry but i think that is more usefull read thread that signatures... and in the thread i write all my pc settings...

 

btw flashed last official bios yesterday and all seems be right

 

but OMG what are all those timmings settings? :S:S:S

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Thermal Throttling determines the clock speed of the processor and you can adjust it in the bios or you can shut it off.in order to shut it you can not have the shipped bios on your board or your computer will not boot.Its more or less a power saveing feature.Also if your overclocking stick with the offical 6/19 bios,its more stable and you have better options.

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I see.

sorry but i think that is more usefull read thread that signatures... and in the thread i write all my pc settings...

 

You are unwilling to follow the requested forum rules? Yes or No?

 

RGone...

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oh yes im going to follow the forum rules, but at first of all, that was my first post and i didnt know that rule, so plz u could be more "friendly" and help me a little, like all the other ppl dude

 

thx u all ^^

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could be more "friendly" and help me a little, like all the other ppl dude

 

Dude I call it quite unfriendly on your part to reply >

sorry but i think that is more usefull read thread that signatures...

Very unfriendly in fact when the person who foots the bills for the forum makes the request that signatures reflect the current setup as accurately as possible in the interest of acquiring better help.

 

I do not make the rules but neither am I here asking for help. It is not mandatory that you participate in the forum, but it is greatly suggested that you follow the rules set forth by the forum adminstrator. Of that I can assure you sir.

 

RGone...

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