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A64 NewCastle 3200+ OC


tizyler
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I'm working on overclocking my system right now.

 

Going step by step, I got my HTT/FSB to max at 233.

 

After that I lowered it to 200, put my multiplier to 11, and began raising the HTT again. I raised voltages to 1.55 (which is lower than recommended) and was having issues booting. I then lowered it to 1.50 and it booted fine. I'm thinking I have a power issue--regardless, I kept raising my HTT after it was booting again and only got it to 225x11 then generated errors on OCCD.

 

My question:

I realize that because I couldn't boot with that voltage I could have probably booted with higher clock settings, but since I generated errors on settings that my PSU COULD handle, that pretty much means that those settings are the highest I can achieve on any PSU, doesn't it?

 

If you have any questions about what I'm trying to ask just tell me, I just wanna OC my stuff!

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follow the guides here in the forum, and find each components max. Maybe your ram is pooping out. You need to create a signature, so we know what components you have. After you do these, come back with your findings, and we'll be here to help!

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