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i try and no good with this settings

What speed is your RAM running at? If it's currently running at 1600MHz, set the divider so that it runs at 1333MHz and then try Prime95 blend with CPU-NB VID at 1.25v and see if that works. I know I had a world of issues trying to get my old X3 720BE to run with RAM set to 1600MHz. It took a lot of tweaking to get it stable. Try at 1333MHz and see if it is at least stable, then we can work on getting everything else bumped back up.
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i put auto in the ram 1333. in my bios i dont have the CPU-NB VID but CPU-NB VDD.
i think is the same thing
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i put auto in the ram 1333. in my bios i dont have the CPU-NB VID but CPU-NB VDD.
i think is the same thing

Yeah..... CPU-ND VDD is the same. Any luck with stability running the RAM at 1333MHz?
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Yeah..... CPU-ND VDD is the same. Any luck with stability running the RAM at 1333MHz?


no is the same problem.
at 1066 is the same
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Can you list all of your hardware? Might make things a little easier. Then again, it might just be that the CPU can't be unlocked. Either way, list all of your hardware and maybe we can start ruling certain things out and try to get you stable.
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Hi there hopefully you can help with this,will be building a new pc soon and will be getting a AMD FX 8120 and using 1 560ti so from the 970 and the 990 will there be a difference if i was to overclock from the 2 i only see there being a difference if i was to have sli on the graphics thanks.
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@ bob,

The only real difference between the 2 boards is the ability to crossfire/SLI on the 990. Other than that, the southbridge on both boards are the same so you get same peripheral connectivity.

@ marcoabreu,

It sounds like you might not actually be able to unlock either of the extra cores on your CPU. Try locking both disabled cores and then see if you are stable at 1600MHz on the RAM and a small overclock on the CPU. If everything is stable without unlocking the additional cores, then you know that's the issue.
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@ marcoabreu,
It sounds like you might not actually be able to unlock either of the extra cores on your CPU. Try locking both disabled cores and then see if you are stable at 1600MHz on the RAM and a small overclock on the CPU. If everything is stable without unlocking the additional cores, then you know that's the issue.[/quote]

my ram work at 1600 and my cpu is overcloking this.

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/827/semttuloefw.jpg/
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@ marcoabreu,
It sounds like you might not actually be able to unlock either of the extra cores on your CPU. Try locking both disabled cores and then see if you are stable at 1600MHz on the RAM and a small overclock on the CPU. If everything is stable without unlocking the additional cores, then you know that's the issue.
my ram work at 1600 and my cpu is overcloking this.
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/827/semttuloefw.jpg/
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Not bad at all. If those settings are stable when running Prime95 for a few hours, I would maybe consider trying to push the CPU higher as you have ample headroom on your CPU voltage.
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