ghost in comp
hi all, having a problem with my dads gaming computer i built for him a few years ago, i had hes comp overclock almost since he got it running good, as of late he ask me to put everything at factory settings so i did, then we baught gta 4, it was running to so for him so he ask me to bump the system back up, doing so i did, but what do u know a get the famous bsod, he system never used to do this before i know hes computer inside and out, my usual settings are fsb258x12 vcore 1.578v offset 100mv httx4 ram divider /6 pc6400 220.127.116.11 2T 1032mhz 2.35v, when hes system was fine i ran prime for 6 hours fully stable no errors, now i cant even go past 210fsb, is hes cpu dieing
hears hes system specs thanks
m2n sli deluxe nforce 570
amd athlon 64 5000+ 2.6ghz g1 arctic freezer pro 64
ocz stealth stream 600watt
ozc pc6400 2gb kit
evga ssc 8800gt 512mb
19inch samsung monitor
76gb wd raptor 16mb cache
160gb wd sata II
samsung dvd burner
enermax charka mid tower
3x neon 80mm fans front, 250mm side fan, 120mm back
Is the cpu a 5000+ black edition?
It could also be one of the "auto" secondary settings for memory, although that's a really hefty voltage you were throwing at them as well.
Have you tried underclocking the mem a bit as you try to raise (slowly) the cpu clock?
I'd try dropping the HTT multi down to 3.
I know very little about OCing ( noobie) but are you sure it does this because of the OC and not the software? does it happen with all anything running or just gta 4 ?
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