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Old 05-13-08, 05:44 PM   #7
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Default Re: Overclocking E6300 browser shuts down Part 2

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Originally Posted by musman
OK! So I did exactly as you said (removing the two sticks or RAM) and so far so good! No crashes. I overclocked it to 1.93GHz Temps at 110/110 on idle.

What I did find is, the RAM was extremely hot to the touch. I don't know how that should feel so it could be normal?
No. It's not normal. Are you overclocking the ram at all?

My ram is slightly underclocked so it can be synced with the FSB, but I've never noticed my ram feeling even slightly hot.

Probably a bad stick. retest the stress test on the supposed "bad stick" and see if your theory holds true.

EDIT: I've had my computer on without restart for several days now, and the ram feels mildly warm to the touch. Your ram definitely shouldn't be really hot though.
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