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Topic Title: OCZ VX overclocking
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Created On: 09/28/2005 09:57 PM
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I just got the 704-2BTA BIOS for my board.

Anyway it has always seemed that a memory voltage of 3.4 or 3.5 gave me errors in memtest when 3.3 did not. when i clock my memory up to like 260+ and set it to 3.4v, it doesnt get errors... do you have to 'use' all the voltage you feed it or something? i dont like the idea of higher voltage giving me instability, but i dont think its heat issues.

either way i got it to run memtest for a while at 270mhz, so i set the CPU to 270x8, which gives even less mhz than stock, and it wouldnt boot windows. 250x10 boots windows. any ideas?

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