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    Help me overclock SN45G

    Right guys my rig is in sig below. I have a silent x psu fitted and latest bios. I need help getting my cpu to clock to 3200 and be stable, how do i find out what is causing my system to reset whilst playing games at 3200 speeds?
    Main Rig: i2600k@4.3Ghz/ASUS P8P67 PRO/MSi GTX580/16GB Mushkin/HAF X/Noctua NH-D14

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    What's the speed of your ram m8?

    DDR333 (PC2700) or DDR400 (PC3200)?

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    are you running the xp at 11x200fsb? What is your cpu v.core set at?Try slackening your ram timeings a little.It could also be the dreaded heat factor as well.
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    Hmm if its resesting while playing games its sound like you have stability issues, probably caused by high temps. What are you cpu/system temps mate?

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    My temps do get over 50c on my cpu but that is with very low fan settings, i have tried setting up speedfan now to sort it out. How do you make speedfan load up with different settings at startup?
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    The same way you set it to "very low fan settings" the first time.

    If the bios options are the same as the SN41G then just select a fan speed and what fan to apply it to (1, 3 or 1+3) or you could leave it on auto and set the temp at which you want the fan to speed up at.

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    Just set my XP2500 in 210 x 10 = 2100mhz - running fine upto now with Prime95 - cpu voltage on auto (MBM reporting as 1.6v)

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