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Yes im wondering if its my board as well.
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My settings for 4GHz:

200x20
1.42 Vcore
3000MHz CPU/NB
1.4 CPU/NB
RAM@1333MHz 7-7-7-20@1.7v
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Also I looked up your board. It says 2 phase power design. I may be wrong but many times when I've seen users unable to OC past a certain point the majority of people replying often say something like "Your board is 4+1" referring to the phase design for the VRMs. I would imagine this is the same for your board? Someone should know more about that then me. I've been told "more is better" for managing power/voltage.

Agreed. You run the risk of esploding your MoBo.
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heres the info on it.
4+2 phases power design
Support up to 6 cores processors
2 dedicated phases for memory
100% X.D.C. Solid capacitors
BIOS Flash, BIOS Re-life
Optional BIO-Remote
Support ATI CrossfireX
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Shadow, all the workers in prime 95 are in fact working. They are just not scrolling down automatically. Don't believe me? click on the worker and scroll down. It should be running with the rest of them.

Run prime 95 for a minimum of 3 hours. IBT will not tell you anything about stability of the system other than the cpu cores itself. Prime 95 properly stresses the IMC and ram as well as the cores.

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Is there a vdroop at work here? Put your cpu under load and see if your voltage drops. If so, you'll need to account for that. Mine has a .75v vdroop so I have to set mine at 1.55 to drop to 1.475 under load and maintain stability.
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I have scrolled down in p95 the other workers show nothing just still on test one, plus it doesnt get as hott so i can tell only one worker is going. Havent noticed a vdrop under load seems to jump up under load.
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Use Task Manager --> Performance tab, to see how many cores are @ 100% load
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heres an example its wierd all cores appear to be maxed but look at worker 1 and 4, the rest are also like 4.
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heres an example its wierd all cores appear to be maxed but look at worker 1 and 4, the rest are also like 4.
weird things.
try and push your NB VID @ 1.175-1.20V.
make sure your RAM voltage is set manually( check your RAM sticker)
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