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hello all i am new here in the forum and new to the overclocking world but i really like ur forum bcoz it's very helpful ... anyway i just bought a new pc and it's specs was :

1- Mobo : Asus Crosshair IV Formula .
2- CPU : AMD X6 1090 black edition .
3- RAMS : corsair 2×2 4gb CMX4GX3M2A 2000c9
4- VGA : EVGA GTX 570 HD SC
5- Power Supply : Cooler Master GX 750 WATT
6- Chasis : Cooler Master HAF 932


well first of all i want someone to tell me is these specs are good together or what ?????

- so i installed win 7 x 86 and it's working very well and my rates in windows experience is like that :


Processor AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1090T Processor 7.6
Memory (RAM) 4.00 GB 7.6
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 7.9
Gaming graphics 2687 MB Total available graphics memory 7.9
Primary hard disk 38GB Free (93GB Total) 5.9


so i installed all the programs that came with my MOBO and my VGA and everything was fine then i just wanted to try the overclocking thing so bcoz i am a beginner i decided to begin with ASUS TURBO EVO and clicked the EXTREME TUNING and it started to over clock my system and the last rates was just like that : it stopped in 4160 28% and then a BSOD appeared and when i restarted i found that i have just 5 cores and i saw a message that tells me that CPU now is 3984 25% and the BSOD was just like that :

blue screen

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:BlueScreen
OS Version:6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID:1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:124
BCP1:00000000
BCP2:C395C01C
BCP3:B6004000
BCP4:9D000175
OS Version:6_1_7601
Service Pack:1_0
Product:256_1


and the Mini-dumb for this BSOD in the Attachments

don't know what is wrong !!

so i want to know a lot of things as i am beginner in overclocking :
1- is my specs are good and compatible together ?
2- why i can't pass 4 ghz in overclocking and what is the reason for the BSOD ?
3- what is the best configuration for this PC ?
4- do i have to test anything and what is the programs needed for that ?
5- do i have to change anything in my pc to increase the performance ?


i am sorry i know that i have a lot of questions but i know that u are the BEST and i hope that i can find a reply soon

thx
Edited by hdlhkhgikn - 6/20/11 at 5:14pm
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post #2 of 14
welcome to OCN!

Overclocking CPU via a tool is not ideal, have you tried doing it in bios?

Also spec up in the USER CP it will make it easier for us guys now and for future posts
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post #3 of 14
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well .. i am a beginner in overclocking and i don't know how to do it from the bios safely .. and can u tell me what do u think about these SPECS .. is it good or do i have to change anything ??
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post #4 of 14
You should just take some time and read some guides on here. Overclocking with software is not recommended, you are much better off learning how to do it in the bios as it will probably be much more stable. For testing you are going to want to use Prime95, and either hardware monitor or something similar to monitor temps. All the parts you have are pretty damn good, so once you learn to OC you will be good.
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post #5 of 14
I agree with the guy above me. Software overclocking for CPU is not good. You need to use BIOs overclocking. And if you are BSODing it could be that your going too high on the clock speed. Not all computer hardware clock the same. Each one is completely different (even if its the same brand and model).
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post #6 of 14
5 Cores? u killed one.. has it been disabled in the bois? im not a amd guy but im sure some lads will get u sorted.
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post #7 of 14
Didn't even bother to ask, your not using your stock heatsink are you?
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post #8 of 14
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well .. i activated all cores again when i started My pc i press 4 and the core unlocker in the board told me that 6 cores activated now .. and i am not using my stock Heatsink i am using ( Cooler Master HYPER 212 Plus Cooling fan )
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post #9 of 14
Check this guide out, it should help you get an idea where to start. It takes trial and error, but learning to do it through the bios will help you achieve the best OC.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...rclocking.html
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post #10 of 14
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so Timmay i see now that every pc has it's own oc configuration .. even if it's the same sepcs and model ??
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WD 1TB Black Edition SamSung WINDOWS 7 X86 SP1 SamSung LED BX2350 
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