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Hello everyone.I've got some problems with my amd 555 be.I've tried to unlock,but,my 4th core cauzes me troubles.The system boots,but,the colours are mixed,and windows explorer crashes.
I've disabled the 4th,and it works approximately well,but the games i'm playing are crashing after 20-30 of playing and sometimes when windows boots,it simply freezes and doesn't apear that logo of windows (w7).
Today,i've seen on your website LINX and i've made some tests,but i'm not understanding too much of what they show :
2 cores,no modification


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Now,i don't understand,what it shows me there are errors ?Sign of instabillity ?Why are them even with no modification,in dual cores ?

Now,i wanna ask you,if i can make it work with 3 or 4 cores withouth instabillities,increasing the voltages.

Thanks in advance,and i'm sorry for my bad english i'm from Romania
post #2 of 9
Probably unstable cores
What is your motherboard you are unlocking on?
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Probably unstable cores
What is your motherboard you are unlocking on?
Sorry,i've forgot to write.
The motherboard is ASrock m3n78d
post #4 of 9
In ur bios is there an option called ACC...if there is try setting it to AUTO....also a small voltage increase usually does the job...1.4v should do it.
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In ur bios is there an option called ACC...if there is try setting it to AUTO....also a small voltage increase usually does the job...1.4v should do it.
i've tried but the result is the same.any opinions ?
post #6 of 9
You should perform a core balance to see which core(s) are giving you the trouble...cause after 1.4v they are supposed to be stable...beyond that...you got a real dual core...so just go for a straight high overclock...the 555 can do this well.
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You should perform a core balance to see which core(s) are giving you the trouble...cause after 1.4v they are supposed to be stable...beyond that...you got a real dual core...so just go for a straight high overclock...the 555 can do this well.
I've discovered the "bad" core,but is it any chance to make it stable ?Because it's not like,my pc doesn't even want to boot,he actually boot,but it gives me some artifacts.
post #8 of 9
You could increase the CPU voltage but due to the nature of that motherboard being a low quality, unheatsinked 4+1 phase VRM I don't recommend it
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I've discovered the "bad" core,but is it any chance to make it stable ?Because it's not like,my pc doesn't even want to boot,he actually boot,but it gives me some artifacts.
Nope....once a core is unstable it will be the culprit for sporadic unsuitability...sometimes more volts help...but again if it does not stabilize with 1.4-1.42v....It ain't ever gona get stable.
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