3.2v? And your CPU is still working?
If you mean 2.3v, then try cooking your cpu first. Set it back to a lower stable speed. Maintain 2.3/2.2v and keep it running for abbout 120HRS with Unreal flyfys and RC5 cracking in the background.
Then try it back at 450
I have a retail celeron300A with heatsink and fan. To get my system to 450 i have to set the voltage to 2.3 in Abit Bh6 softmeu. I find this too high and it is unstable. I have Micron cas 2 128 meg pc 100 ram, a velocity 4400 AGP, Diamond Maxtor 8.6 and monster 300mx soundcard. I set the board to user define, turbo frequency off, AGP 2/3, Speed check(i think?) disabled, bus speed 100. The system temperature is at around 86 F. I do have a dual fan to put on the processor if that would help. I would gladly take any suggestions on how to rectify my problem. This is driving me insane!!!!!!!!
[This message has been edited by Owen Heuston (edited 02-16-99).]
It seems that something else is hogging up power or causing you CPU to use so much of it. I have the same board and cpu running @450mhz with the voltage set to 2.1. I also have a Voodoo Rush, Voodoo2, 2 Nics, WinTV and a AWE64 (ISA) all installed into the machine. Try taking all cards out and then configure your machine. If you get it working then add the cards in 1 by 1, to determine which card could be causing the problem.
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