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post #11 of 25
Well the max volts you will want to use are 1.55 for both CPU and CPU-NB and never let it go over 62c, try keep it under 55c if you can.

Try these settings:

CPU - 200x20 (4.0Ghz) @ 1.46v
CPU-NB - 2600 to 2800 @ 1.3v.
HT - 2000 (keep it as close to stock as possible you will get no gains from changing this)
Set your ram timings, voltage and speed manually.

Either use Prime95, Intelburntest, OCCT or some other stress test for stability for around an 10-15 mins each change you do then finally stress for at least 4-6 hours.

I let mine run P95 for 10 hours but its personel preference as to what you do.
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post #12 of 25
Just try to hit in 1.55v and 20x multiplier for 4ghz. I get mine up to 4.6 with 1.6v

EDIT: @full force: Mine voltages/clocks are almost similar to your suggestions
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post #13 of 25
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Just try to hit in 1.55v and 20x multiplier for 4ghz. I get mine up to 4.6 with 1.6v

EDIT: @full force: Mine voltages/clocks are almost similar to your suggestions
what were you temps with that voltage? Post a screenshot up.
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Sorry gotta go now ill post tomoorow!
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post #15 of 25
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Hey at work. I got it to 3.8Ghz @1.48v last night. Tested for 30min and one core errored. So it needs work. I ran blend so it might have been my RAM. My RAM has always had problems.

Also before I ment to say 35C idle - 38C Full Load. I was tired last night.

Now at 3.8Ghz I am 35C Idle - 47C Full Load.

Also as asked before I am on C2. :\\ I already know that sucks.
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post #16 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by Easter Egg View Post
Just try to hit in 1.55v and 20x multiplier for 4ghz. I get mine up to 4.6 with 1.6v

EDIT: @full force: Mine voltages/clocks are almost similar to your suggestions
That is not very sound advice at all. I hope that you don't give this same suggestion to everyone, you could cost some people some time and money.

There are a few different ways to OC. For people that are new to the art and have an unlocked CPU multiplier the best way is to go slow. Like previously mentioned, the process should follow:

CPU multi bump (one tick at a time)
boot
test (watch temps) = pass
CPU multi bump
boot
test (watch temps) = fail
vcore bump (2 ticks up)
boot
test (watch temps) = pass
CPU multi bump
etc...

Your end result should be a factor of either your target OC or you have reached either your max vcore voltage (1.55v)/max CPU temp threashold (55C). Once you have reached any of these you are done until you get a better cooling solution for your CPU.

This process is the best way for you to get used to how to over clock and learn how your hardware reacts to your OC setting changes. Once you get more accustomed to OC'ing you can change the process around a tad. For instance, picking a vcore setting and work your CPU frequency into that voltage setting. Then move onto working a CPU multi and tweaking it with the FSB freq....trying different configurations that will gain you the best performance for the tasks that you are putting your rig through.

One should never tell a person that is new to OC'ing to use the max vcore setting and any old multi setting, that is just asking for trouble, not teaching the new person how to OC properly and ultimately this kind of advice is going to wind up ruining someone's hardware (and data) someday.
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^^^^^^^^^^^
This very much
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post #18 of 25
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Canis-X View Post
That is not very sound advice at all. I hope that you don't give this same suggestion to everyone, you could cost some people some time and money.

There are a few different ways to OC. For people that are new to the art and have an unlocked CPU multiplier the best way is to go slow. Like previously mentioned, the process should follow:

CPU multi bump (one tick at a time)
boot
test (watch temps) = pass
CPU multi bump
boot
test (watch temps) = fail
vcore bump (2 ticks up)
boot
test (watch temps) = pass
CPU multi bump
etc...

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One should never tell a person that is new to OC'ing to use the max vcore setting and any old multi setting, that is just asking for trouble, not teaching the new person how to OC properly and ultimately this kind of advice is going to wind up ruining someone's hardware (and data) someday.

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post #19 of 25
My 2 cents worth iswith that set up just try for 3.8 no higher right now and get it completely stable if you can, i have seen c2,s, and i did have one, never get past 3.6

19x200 @ 1.45vcore
nb 2000 1.2v
ht2000 1.2v
cpu/nb 1.25v
ram setting all stock
nb 1.2v
llc enabled on both

Not sure what settings you have with that board or bios, but if you have theses give it a shot.

Do not let your temps go above 55c

Just try to get your cpu oc,ed first nothing else, one step at a time, i know 3.8 is a little more than small but try there. Its what i would do and have done,i have a 955be also, stable @4.0 but it is a c3 and different set up than yours.
    
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One more tid bit.

With any OC on any component your end goal is to have the highest, safe (below the max voltage and temperature), OC at the lowest voltage at which the system remains stable while at load on that component. For example, your rig maybe stable running Prime95, HyperPi or LinX at 4Ghz with 1.55v vcore. That is a valid OC, but it may not be the responsible OC choice. Your rig may also be equally just as stable running the same benchmarks with a 4Ghz OC at 1.44v vcore, but not at 1.43v. The 1.44v would be considered responsible as it is the target OC at the lowest vcore thus adding longevity to your use of that component.
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CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Xigmatek Elysium [Black w/ Window] Razer Naga Hex MOBA Perixx DX-2000XXL Boston Acoustics MicroMediaSpeaker System 
AudioOther
Sennheiser PC 363D EVGA Supernova 1300G2 - 1300W PSU (second PSU) 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 3930k RAMPAGE IV EXTREME ASUS GTX 590 Samsung 30nm 4 x 4GB sticks 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250GB 1TB WD Green 300GB WD Velociraptor (4 in RAID 0) LG GH24NS90B 24X SATA Internal Super Multi DVD ... 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
LG GH24NS90B 24X SATA Internal Super Multi DVD ... Corsair H110i GT Windows 10 Pro x64 LG 24" Flatron 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Ducky Shine II - w/ Brown Cherry MX w/ English ... Corsair TX650 Nanoxia Deep Silence 2 RAZER DeathAdder 
Mouse PadAudioAudio
X Trac Ripper HT| OMEGA eCLARO  TRITTON AX Pro Dolby Digital 5.1 True Surround ... 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD A6-3650 ASUS F1A75-M-PRO R2.0 EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB Superclocked Samsung 30nm 2 x 4GB sticks 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
120GB Samsung 840 Western Digital Red 3TB SATA3 64MB Cache 3.5in ... LG Super Multi Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD-ROM Drive Cooler Master GeminII M4 - CPU Cooler 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Noctua NF-R8 80mm Fans Win7 SP1 64bit Visio 50" Plasma Logitech Mini Controller for Logitech Revue and... 
PowerCase
PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III 400W ATX Mod... Silverstone Sugo 
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