e7300, GA-P35-S3L- 3.4ghz @ 1.4v, help.

crystalklear64

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So I'm currently barely running this new 7300 @ 3.4ghz, but at a voltage that should be able to support much higher.

Most of my applications crash after running them for a bit, so this is far from stable.

My questions are, what should I do about it? I'll post some pics of my bios in a bit, but my current setup is:
ga-p35-s3l
x2 2gb gskill 800 5-5-5-15
e7300
500w fotron source fsp group psu.

Like I said, CPU volt @ 1.4.

I can't manually enter the voltage of other things in this bios, only control the overvolt by +.1 to +.3.

I think one of my problems might be the memory not being able to go fast enough, but have no idea how much overvolt to give it (ranges from .1 to .7) Its rated for 1.8 to 1.9, but hell if I know what its set at in my bios, because it doesn't tell you.

I have my PCI set to 100 manually, speedstep and related stuff disabled as well.

What do you guys think?

I'll be rebooting now and taking pics of my bios, so those should be up shortly.

Thanks!

Also, I have the AC7 and temps are fine. 36 idle, 52 load.
 

crystalklear64

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Well, surprised nobody caught me on this.

My memory speed is set to auto_Obviously the ram isn't able to be OC'd that much.

I've gotten a boot into windows @ a much better 3.8ghz now.