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Beitragsrückblick für AMD Athlon 2500+ Overclock problem (die neuesten Beiträge zuerst)
PUNK2018 Erstellt: 23:50 am 4. Jan. 2008
that´s much better :thumb:
cagancelik Erstellt: 23:48 am 4. Jan. 2008
Hehe i've solved the problem.It's because i changed the Overvoltage jumper on mainboard which allows to supply extra power to cpu.Just before i disabled it and turned to default 1,65

PUNK2018 Erstellt: 23:22 am 4. Jan. 2008
Its defently to much vcore! control your settings in the BIOS and change them if posible!
cagancelik Erstellt: 23:15 am 4. Jan. 2008
according to Cpu-z and Asus Prob my cpu is running 1,87V with factory settings @1833 Mhz...

Without overclock 1,87V isn't it too much ?
Beomaster Erstellt: 23:31 am 25. Dez. 2007
you can run your CPU with 1,85V if it's well cooled (Tmax 55°C)
but you must be sure that you have 1,85V and not more, maybe the programm telling you you have more than 1,9V is reading the wrong chip
so get a second program like cpu-z and look what this program is telling you
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PUNK2018 Erstellt: 21:44 am 25. Dez. 2007
more than 1.9 will be dangerous also with good cooling it will not be good
i think the limits are reached
cagancelik Erstellt: 21:42 am 25. Dez. 2007
There's a selection menu named "CPU Speed".And there are values like 1467,1833 and 2200Mhz in it.It automatically changes FSB if i choose them but it doesn't work.I tried it and system crashed...

From the things you dudes sayings i must keep my Vcore as low as possible for the good of my CPU eh ?

Well 300 Mhz is not valuable than a CPU.I want to use my CPU long...You frightened me...

(Geändert von cagancelik um 21:43 am Dez. 25, 2007)
PUNK2018 Erstellt: 21:33 am 25. Dez. 2007
A vcore of more than 1,9V is not sooo good especially  when you want to keep your hardware longer than 2 years

But how about your cooling!? 1,95V is very hard to cool down.
Beomaster Erstellt: 21:31 am 25. Dez. 2007
maybe it's an issue that belong to the Chipset, it's better running as close as possible with 166 or 200
first it would be better to know whats the real VCore of your processor, because betwenn 1,75V and 1,92V there's a big difference for your processor and his lifetime
if your voltage is 1,75V than try following:
if there is a jumper for fsb set it to 200(DDR400)
then raise voltage to 1,80V and raise FSB to 200
maybe it will run, or not
cagancelik Erstellt: 21:29 am 25. Dez. 2007
After i wrote here,i made some changes and improved my overclocking progress.Now cpu speed: 2165Mhz,ext. clock:196.48Mhz and system bus 392Mhz... Thanks to increasing VCore from 1,75 to 1,80 in the BIOS.I can't increase the speed anymore.If i do it crashes.

Thanks for replying PUNK2018.However i selected 1,80 in the BIOS,my monitoring software shows VCore: "1,984" (I have another hardware monitor in the BIOS and it shows also "1,984".I think "1,984" is the real value.

Shall i try increasing Vcore more? If you say so, there's another selection in the BIOS "1,85" --the highest one-- but i'm afraid when i select it the real Vcore value may jump higher then "2,00".It seems quite dangerous to me.What do you think ?

Here's screenshot of my current overclocking progress:

And this the screenshot of my monitoring software that shows my current VCore voltage...

By the way, i stressed my cpu with Jouni Vuorio's CPU Stability Test software.After 10 minutes of CPU warming test the tempature jumped from 50 to 67C but not more...I think it's ideal isn't it ?

(Geändert von cagancelik um 21:33 am Dez. 25, 2007)