|I am having some trouble overclocking my Intel Q8400 cpu to 3.00ghz. |
I have a Asus P5Q Pro Turbo motherboard.
4gb of DDR2 Ram at 1066 PC2-8500.
I have increased the FSB from 333 to about 363. If i go over 363, I my system becomes unstable and crashes.
I have read in some other forums that you have to increase the voltage of the CPU?
Under the BIOS, I see a lot of options that are related to the CPU voltage, but I am unsure of which ones to adjust.
Below are the options for the CPU voltage:
In the BIOS, I have the DRAM Frequency set to AUTO.
CPU Voltage AUTO
CPU GTL Reference AUTO
CPU PLL Voltage AUTO
FSB Terminal Voltage AUTO
DRAM Voltage AUTO
NB Voltage AUTO
SB Voltage AUTO
PCIE SATA Voltage AUTO
Which options need to be adjusted?? Thanks...