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Originally Posted by dklimitless View Post
If prime takes it to 98C, IBT will make the chip explode.
Ah, LLC. I have the same board. Leave LLC on Auto (It affects temps... a lot) for 4.5 Ghz.
Set the VRM frequency to 350Khz. That's pretty much all you should do to be stable at that clock. You shouldn't have to mess with vCore.
oh, thank you, i used the auto setting feature and it set the VCore to 103 so it is a little above 4.5, where is the VRM frequency? and what about duty control? and t probe? i am a complete newbie at overclocking, i have never had anything that would be worth overclocking before, i am probably going to try to hit 4.6-4.7 and wait until i get a better heatsink/fan
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Originally Posted by Boyboyd View Post
98 degrees?!?!?

SHUT

DOWN

EVERYTHING!

Never go above 72.
I would say ~80C is fine during something like IBT or LinX because of how stressful it is, but ya... 98 is way to much.

Don't overclock on stock cooling, you are gonna fry it.

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oh, thank you, i used the auto setting feature and it set the VCore to 103 so it is a little above 4.5, where is the VRM frequency? and what about duty control? and t probe? i am a complete newbie at overclocking, i have never had anything that would be worth overclocking before, i am probably going to try to hit 4.6-4.7 and wait until i get a better heatsink/fan
So lemme get this straight, with the warnings given... your still going to push for even more.. and then wait for a better cooler?

If you ignore all the warnings that have been given, you are going to fry it. Set the thing to stock. Get a better cooler, and make sure you get one thats good (use search on these forums), don't just buy some random one. After you do all that, then overclock.

If you keep doing what you are doing, you will damage the processor.. it's a possiblity you already have.
Edited by Murlocke - 6/21/11 at 6:22am
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Well...at least you can buy a new chip soon
     
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Mighty brave or mighty foolish... not sure which at the moment.

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4.5 on MY stock cooler does not go above 57C at all except in prime, i do not see what the big deal is, i have played crysis like 8-10 at a time since i got everything working, it never hit above 65C and now that i have new thermal paste on it, it never gets above 57C get a grip people
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...but you let it get almost to the boiling point of water....
     
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He doesn't seem to care and is not listening to everyones recommendations so I think we should just let him go on with it guys.
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...but you let it get almost to the boiling point of water....
in PRIME, that is like saying that your helmet works improperly because it cracks when you beat it with a hammer repeatedly
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4.5 on MY stock cooler does not go above 57C at all except in prime, i do not see what the big deal is, i have played crysis like 8-10 at a time since i got everything working, it never hit above 65C and now that i have new thermal paste on it, it never gets above 57C get a grip people
It doesn't matter. You are putting high voltage through the chip on a stock cooler. You will fry the thing.

Crysis does not utilize anywhere near 100% of your processor. As soon as you run an app that does, you will see much higher temps and you likely won't realize it until it's too late.

Either way, i'm done trying to tell you what to do. You aren't listening to reason, and you admitted you are an amateur at this. Fry the thing, learn the hard way.

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in PRIME, that is like saying that your helmet works improperly because it cracks when you beat it with a hammer repeatedly
No offense that is a terrible comparison.

As I said, you are being stubborn, and I expect a new thread saying you fried the thing in the next months if you keep it as-is.
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oh, thank you, i used the auto setting feature and it set the VCore to 103 so it is a little above 4.5, where is the VRM frequency? and what about duty control? and t probe? i am a complete newbie at overclocking, i have never had anything that would be worth overclocking before, i am probably going to try to hit 4.6-4.7 and wait until i get a better heatsink/fan
I think you mean BCLK (base clock frequency)was set to 103? Vcore is the core voltage for the CPU. By default, it should be around 1.26v-1.3v.

Autotuning? lol. I did that and it made me BSOD at 4.3Ghz... cos it messed with BCLK. I'd recommend you leave that value at 100.0Mhz while you tweak your multiplier for starters.
Go to Bios and set everything back to default first of all.
Under the "Turbo Ratio" option, set to "By Per Core (Cannot Adjust in OS) and make the multiplier 45 for each core.
Scroll down and under the DIGI+VRM section, you should see an option that says "VRM Frequency". Set that to Manual.
Right below that should be "VRM Fixed Frequency Mode" with a default value of 300. Make it 350. Leave everything else as it is and stress test.

Also, like everyone else here has said, get a new cooler. Now. The Hyper 212+ is not that expensive, get it off the egg ASAP and replace the stock cooler.
You shouldn't be pushing clocks this high on stock. You can do it for sure, it is just ill-advised as Prime95 has shown you and IBT would love to do as well.
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