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Mr Weedy
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11 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1913 MHz @ 2243 MHz
54°C mit 1.776 Volt


Yes it seems that problem is or was somewhere else. I ran the Stress Prime 2004 program's ONLY cpu stress for 11 hours and I got 0 errors and 0 warnings.

That's okay. I thought the RAM caused the freezing of the program after I stopped the blend mode.

Well I ran the ONLY RAM stress and I ran it 5 hours and 51 minutes and got 0 errors and 0 warnings. So I think the problem may be gone now. I'll leave my computer to run the blend mode again hoping it doesn't freeze the program after I stop it.

And I have been bit busy now so I may reply to you tomorrow or even day after tomorrow but I'll try to report you how it went so we can get back to the normal overclocking.

I'll do those things which are meantioned by you Beomaster few posts ago if the program stops and quits without freezing. I also downloaded the spybot and I'm going to run it now.

Oh yeah, and I haven't changed my settings since last system specs report. CPU is at 175MHz FSB and not at 180MHz FSB at the moment.

(Geändert von Mr Weedy um 21:32 am Juli 4, 2007)

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Mr Weedy
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11 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1913 MHz @ 2243 MHz
54°C mit 1.776 Volt


Okay. The blend test ran just fine now for 6 hours and 18 minutes. I don't know did cleaning up the temp folders help or was it because I used bit older version of that same program. The newest is V. 0.41....... and I used V. 0.40.

Also I tried to run my system at normal volts for memory and having timings for the as 3.0-3-3-8 but my system freezed everytime to a moment where windows XP's loading bar disappears and the desktop should show up.

Also my room is cool so my cpu is running on idle stage around 50-52C.

Now I'll try those things which you have listen earlier and I'll report you back how I did. Let's think more after that.

Edit: I have my AGP speed on 67MHz and Memory is running on 2.5-3-3-8 now. I'll do some testing now. Also spybot didn't find anything else than just tracking cookies and two settings which are made in windows and which were made by me. So no bad bugs here. :thumb:

(Geändert von Mr Weedy um 19:03 am Juli 5, 2007)

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Mr Weedy
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OC Newbie
11 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1913 MHz @ 2243 MHz
54°C mit 1.776 Volt


Alright, I ran the blend test on 175 FSB MHZ, 67MHz AGP speed and memories timings on 2.5-3-3-8 settings for 10 hours and 35 minutes and the program didn't freeze after stopping it so I think the error was caused by the program.

Anyway I think there isn't anything else left to do expect to raise the FSB's speed until the system comes unstable again and then I will change my memories timings back to 3.0-3-3-8 and keep increasing the FSB's speed until my cpu's temperature is getting too high and my memories can't take it anymore.

Or do I need to increase my AGP's speed anymore? Thanks for your help. :godlike:

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15 Jahre dabei !

AMD Phenom II
3200 MHz @ 3675 MHz
59°C mit 1.400 Volt


AGP Speed must be 66,666MHz, so 67MHz is OK
I dont know what else could be modified?
Spread Spectrum is disabled?


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Mr Weedy
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OC Newbie
11 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1913 MHz @ 2243 MHz
54°C mit 1.776 Volt


Couldn't find anything which could have been related to spread spectrum in my BIOS settings so I think I don't even have it and it is disabled and I remembered to hit ctrl+F1.

So I think this is here now.

Currently OC:ing is going from 1913MHz -> 2013MHz and temperature raised from 49-51 to 50-52 and sometimes 53.

I'll try to run this system faster than 2800+ because I made it once but because my system wasn't enough stable I downgraded the FSB's speed.

I have it currently at 180MHz again. I'll make one more post after this where I state my final speed which I will use.

Thank you for your help. :godlike: :thumb: :ocinside:
It really helped.

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Mr Weedy
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OC Newbie
11 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon XP
1913 MHz @ 2243 MHz
54°C mit 1.776 Volt


Took some time to test my system but seems like I have found almost the highest possible speed for FSB.

So, I have my cpu running on 7,5% over voltage and that's 1,776 volts instead of standard 1,65v. Also I have increased my memories voltage by 0,1 volts (I don't know the original values even I searched for them some time.) Also I have changed my memories timings to match 3.0-3-3-8 and I have my AGP running at 67MHz, manually set. CPU is running now 11,5x, multiplier is superlocked, and FSB is 195MHz instead of normal 166MHz. That gives my cpu some nice boost which I wanted. It was 1913MHz and that's 2600+. Now it is running at 2242,5MHz, CPU-Z says it's running around 2243,5MHz. Anyway, that's same speed as 3000+ and I got 330,5MHz more speed. That's slightly less than 1/3GHz. Ok boost for me.

My temperatures were on idle around 49-52°C. Now they are on first boot 49-53°C and after some time they slowly but surely go up to 53-55°C. Now they are stable on 54°C. Under extreme pressure the temperature was around 63°C and now with overclocked settings around 66-67 but while I play I can't get them that up in any way. My temperatures when I played were around 57-59. Now they are around 58-60. In my opinion not big raise in temperatures even they are all the time high but I use bigger core 130µm core instead of 90µm core which produces more heat than that 90µm. I'm not so sure about those values but they were at least 130 and 90 and I have the bigger.

And here's the file about my computer's specs: http://www.savefile.com/files/889562

And here's picture of Cpu-Z's values: http://img474.imageshack.us/img474/1871/untitledpo3.png

Thank you both of you who helped me with my computer. :godlike: :ocinside: :thumb: :)

(Geändert von Mr Weedy um 13:59 am Juli 15, 2007)

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