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    Default overclocking GA-E7AUM FSB problem

    Here are my specs:
    Intel Pentium
    E5200 2.5GHz (200MHZ * 12.5) (800MHz FS
    Gigabyte GA-E7AUM-DS2H F3a
    G.Skill DDR2 2GB Ram (2x1G
    SP3
    Antec Trio Power 430 PSU
    Latest version of BIOS


    I def am a noob, but let me ask this question as best as I can.......

    I was told that setting the FSB to 'unlinked' (in the M.I.T. portion of BIOS)
    and increasing the FSB in small increments (5 or 10Mhz) was an easy way of overclocking.

    I am getting blue screens.......................................occu rs upon when Windows is loading.



    Can anyone point me in a direction as to why I would be getting blue screens upon very modest incremental increases?

    I have run a couple of memory tests and my RAM seems fine, never a problem..
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    First of all, welcome to PureOC!

    You have older board, it mights don't overclock well as never boards.
    So try 1 or 2 increments at the time until it won't boot into windows then back it down 1 or 2 knotches. Run Prime95 for stability test.

    At this point if you want to push it a little further then you might have to pump up the Vcore, the same here; small increments at a time.

    Well, old Pentium run pretty hot so make sure you have good cooler and keep an eye on the temps. One more thing, you have low end PSU so don't expect a world out of this overclocking attempt.

    Good luck and let us know how thing turn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    First of all, welcome to PureOC!

    You have older board, it mights don't overclock well as never boards.
    I bought this board brand new from New Egg less than a month ago.

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    It was my bad....I saw you put Intel Pentium...didn't know this is a LGA775 board.:$

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    Getting blue screens.........how far have you increased the FSB, and have you touched the voltages yet? Also, what rated speed is your G.Skill RAM.......667, 800, 1066?

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    Skyguy,
    My RAM sticks are DDR-800 (2*1G. Initially I had them set at 800Mhz in BIOS.

    I raised the FSB in 5Mhz increments. Blue Screen everytime,........... until I lowered the RAM speed(unlinked). Then boots fine.

    I am not adjusting any voltages at this point.

    But I pulled up CPU-Z and it said I had an FSBRAM of 15:14.......seems weird.

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    If you have Auto settings, there's a good chance that some of the voltages are not high enough. Your RAM voltage may need to be increased 0.2V and your CPU vCore may very well need to be slightly increased. Blue screens generally indicate instability, so depending how high you've gone up with your FSB and RAM, that would likely be the cause. The key to overclocking is to gradually increase the speeds and corresponding voltages bit by bit to find the happy place

    My suggestion is to bump up the voltages slightly, and this should allow you to go higher. Your RAM ratio may need to be adjusted as well, 1:1 is recommended.

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