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turn off cool n quiet,set your volts manually..
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post #22 of 28
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I guest it's an unstable unlocked core. 3 core both freeze after 1 hour and 4-5 minutes. First vcore set to 3.80, then second one 3.40 but still freeze. Sad...
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Originally Posted by diaBoliQu3 View Post
I guest it's an unstable unlocked core. 3 core both freeze after 1 hour and 4-5 minutes. First vcore set to 3.80, then second one 3.40 but still freeze. Sad...
do not use auto overclock, the motherboard DOES NOT know how to overclock properly for every chip. do the voltage manually, starting from stock frequency/voltage and work your way up. once you go high enough on frequency, temps permitting, you will hit a "wall", that when going over it, will take exponencially more voltage. this is when you know you are reaching the limits of your cpu. again, learn to MANUALLY OVERCLOCK. it will be better for you and your system.



EDIT: this is a graph i made of my cpu when i started overclocking it when i got it. as you can see, the "wall" starts at about 3.6. this was when i still had stock cooler. switching to my H50, the curve stayed the same, just shifted more towards higher frequencies from lower temps
Edited by Namwons - 9/11/11 at 9:40am
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I did manual oc. The screenshot are my previous noob oc You just ignore that. It's just that I think the unlocked core make my cpu unstable even though the vcore already went up to 1.4 and still my 3 core freeze in blend test with stock manual setting after 1 hour. Does anyone else have similar problem here? Btw, my previous post should be 1.38 and 1.40. Not 3.80 or 3.40. Typo
post #25 of 28
Loosen your ram out. Helps with my 4th core. :]

Sadly My B2 stepping pukes errors over 3.8ghz.
post #26 of 28
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Loosen your ram out. Helps with my 4th core. :]

Sadly My B2 stepping pukes errors over 3.8ghz.
Ram at stock setting. 1333mhz timing is 9-9-9-24-1T. Change to 2T still got same error

Edit: Noted that my ram ain't in CHVF QVL. Could it be due to the ram since i past small fft test.
Edited by diaBoliQu3 - 9/12/11 at 8:53am
post #27 of 28
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Seems like bios update fix all the issue. 11 hour of blend test. Good enough to pass a stock setting test because before this 4 core at stock setting would fail JUST after I click run stress test. LOL

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post #28 of 28
Sweet. Got it up and running. Now i want to see if BD X4's will unlock. :]
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