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Does anyone know how to get my new CPU to a higher stable speed? This is the max I can get stable atm:



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post #2 of 11
change your hsf!
take out 2 ram sticks and increase the volts a notch,then give the multiplier another .5/1
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post #3 of 11
how the hell are you at 4ghz on a stock cooler? what are your temps, they can't be good.

sorry for not answering your question, but I totally agree with what mighty said. He got it spot on.
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Would like to know your load temps with 10mins on Prime95
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Would like to know your load temps with 10mins on Prime95
45oc on normal use and i said it was stable but just done another stress test using aoc and it switched its self off lmao
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45oc on normal use and i said it was stable but just done another stress test using aoc and it switched its self off lmao
Seriously now, go back to 4GHz with 1.43V and run Prime95 for 10minutes and give us a screenshot showing that you have done 10mins of Prime95 with your CPU Socket tempature *Not CPU Cores*
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Seriously now, go back to 4GHz with 1.43V and run Prime95 for 10minutes and give us a screenshot showing that you have done 10mins of Prime95 with your CPU Socket tempature *Not CPU Cores*
Dude, it's overheating now so I can't show you the Prime95... The max OC I get get now stable with stress test running is 3.7GHz at 58-63 Celcuis... CPU fan starts kicking in fast at 65 Celcuis. I need to get water cooling lmao.
post #8 of 11
Wholly ****!

Before you burn your house down, tone down that overclock to 3.4GHz or something similar, and replace that stock AMD cooler with something better ASAP!

After you do that, you can get past 4.0GHz by:

Removing two memory DIMM's to put less stress on the processor memory controller.

Increase vcore voltage (don't go above 1.45v though to play it safe, unless you don't mind chip degredation over time).

Test with Prime95 for 8 hours to confirm 100% stability and keep temperatures below 55C or you might face chip degredation over time. If it goes over 62C then you face immediate damage being done to your processor.

That is all.
Edited by Talon95 - 5/18/11 at 12:47pm
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Test with Prime95 for 8 hours to confirm 100% stability and keep temperatures below 55C or you might face chip degredation over time.
Prime95 max temp is fine up to 62c, since nothing else will get even close to that. Between 55c and 62c is just more instability, but after 62c degradation will kick in.
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post #10 of 11
There we go lol It's good to reach 4.0GHz, but not on a stock cooler, and that for sure Get a XSPC Rasa RS240 kit, that should do you good
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