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Disable Spread Spectrum.

Try notching up the CPU-NB volt up by one, there's enough CPU volts to sustain 3750MHz
You should know that every chip is different. If you see the CPU-Z validation in the OP, you can see he needs 1.45v for 3.8ghz. It just doesn't work if you give him your settings, just doesn't. One has to experiment to see what his chip can do.
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CnQ enabled makes lots of sense.why have it generating heat sucking volts when just web browsing?
but yes each chip is different and though it may not clock high,which ofcourse may be directly RAM related,theres always cpu-nb to attack and if the RAM don't clock high,can always shoot for lower latencies.
I would drop 2 RAM sticks and see if that helps.
Also dropping 2-4 cores might help,at least then oyu would know its heat/dodgy core thats causing the moderate OC.
Edited by MightyMission - 8/8/11 at 9:48am
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You should know that every chip is different. If you see the CPU-Z validation in the OP, you can see he needs 1.45v for 3.8ghz. It just doesn't work if you give him your settings, just doesn't. One has to experiment to see what his chip can do.
Yes, every chip is different, but not like this, there has to be a reason or something wrong to hit 1.45V just for 3.8GHz, it's too much volts, and he's not even hitting 4.0GHz yet.

If I can hit 3.8GHz with 1.35V, then there must be something wrong there. Maybe his CPU generates heat too fast which locks up the transistors maybe? bad mount with the Hyper 212+?
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Yes, every chip is different, but not like this, there has to be a reason or something wrong to hit 1.45V just for 3.8GHz, it's too much volts, and he's not even hitting 4.0GHz yet.

If I can hit 3.8GHz with 1.35V, then there must be something wrong there. Maybe his CPU generates heat too fast which locks up the transistors maybe? bad mount with the Hyper 212+?
Naw, his chip just isn't as good. There are a wide range of chips, one will do 4ghz at 1.3v, while some will need 1.6v for 4ghz.

For example, mine can do 3.85ghz at 1.352v. Why does yours do 50mhz less? Obviously it isn't the chip, right?

Temps are fine, that's at 3.8ghz 1.45v for him.
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thx for all advices, I have test it again with spread spectrum disable, but same issue with linx, will down the multipli to 12 and see what happend. and also increase cpu fsb. and 2 cpu function off . also I want to test it if i can reach 4 ghz too will be great if I can find the real potential of chip but just don't want to burn the mobo .
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