Help Me Please

December 3, 2009 at 18:05:40
Specs: Windows 7

I have a MSI G31TM-P21 with an E4600 Core 2 I have overclocked it to 2.8GHZ but would like to go to 3.0GHZ. Even at 2.8 it give me a blue screen that says dumping the memory. If anyone could help I would really appreciate it. The Multiplier is set to 12 and Pics can be found at http://i605.photobucket.com/albums/...

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#1
December 3, 2009 at 21:02:58
What speed RAM do you have? When you increase the CPU frequency, what are you doing with the RAM settings?

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#2
December 3, 2009 at 21:30:38
I haven't done anything, that is probably my problem. The ram is DDR2 PC5300 667mhz. I just set the multiplier to 12 and FSB

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#3
December 4, 2009 at 03:02:22
I didn't google your mobo but if u see any of the following options disable.Lock PCIe to 100mhz, disable any spread spectrum setting, disable EIST aka speedstep, disable cpu enhanced halt CIE, disable CIA2, lock pci 33mhz. 2nd if u want to hit 3ghz increase fsb to 250 or decrease multiplier to 10 and increase fsb to 300mhz. Ratio 1:1(CPU:DRAM) is always recomended, if u reach 3ghz(300x10) stable u can increase cpu fsb to 333 to match with your ram speed pc2 5300 ddr2 667. intel g31 chipset support up to 1600fsb oc but i never saw anyone reach 1600fsb.

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#4
December 4, 2009 at 05:41:09
I agree with kuwese. Ideally, you should shoot for the CPU FSB at 1333MHz (333MHz frequency) & the RAM at 667MHz DDR (333MHz frequency)...that will take full advantage of your RAM plus give you the optimal 1:1 ratio.

You will have to lower the CPU multiplier to 9x to run the CPU at 3.0GHz (9 x 333MHz).


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#5
December 4, 2009 at 05:43:18
Sounds good..I had it up to 3.0GHZ with a multiplier at 12 and I raised the FSB and set the ratio to 1:1 and it was running great then all of a sudden I noticed that the mouse would freeze.

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#6
December 4, 2009 at 09:22:41
The faster the FSB, the better the performance. Try 9 x 333MHz with 1:1 ratio & make sure the RAM voltage is correct.

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#7
December 4, 2009 at 09:25:45
Should I lower my multiplier to 9 or keep it @ 12

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#8
December 4, 2009 at 11:18:08
Yes lower it to 9

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