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So what do I do now? I only have this, do I need the other one?
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So what do I do now? I only have this, do I need the other one?

CMT Workaround Fix
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2645594
Disables Core Parking on FX procressors
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2646060

The CMT workaround fix can potentially slow down your multithreaded performance and the disable core parking can increase your power consumption

But, the fixes also have a proven improvement in most applications that have an overall serial pattern
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Hi, I am new with this scorpius setup and I need assistance on reaching a stable 4.5ghz mark or better.

RIght now I am at 4.5ghz that can boot but experiencing hardware failures on Prime95 and AIDA64 benchtests.

On Cinebench 11.5 I usually get a 5.02 score.
On SuperPI it takes 15min to process a 32mb iteration.

Here are my specs for now. (please check RIG)

And here are my BIOS settings.

D.O.C.P = On
Multiplier = 22.5
Memory Frequency = 1600mhz
CPU/NB Frequency = 2200mhz
CPU Volts = 1.4500
The rest are set to AUTO.

With this noob overclock(I know I am a noob) setup I could POST and go to windows and perform simple tasks without any bluescreen either on Cinebench, LinX and or IBT.

BUT can't pass PRIME95, I am getting an error of "Illegal Sumout" - "Hardware Failure"

I need your help guys with my Setup. I know my RIG is adequate enough to pass a 4.5ghz mark FULL 24/7 Stable.

I really need your help on setting my BUILD's overclock profile.
If you have this similar motherboard and processor, please post your settings aswell let me copy it if its okay.

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Asus Sabertooth 990FX BIOS Update 0901 (latest from ASUS) from 0705.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 4gbx2 1600Mhz C9
PSU: Seasonic Xseries X850
Cooling: Antec Kuhler H620 with DeepCool Z9 Thermal grease, Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM push pull config.
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Microsoft C++ Compiler, I believe any version requires you to do intrinsics or use this option
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/7t5yh4fd.aspx
I am not sure about Bulldozer support till version 11(Which comes out with Windows 8)
http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us/visual-studio-11

To be honest with you, I couldnt tell you anything about custom water loops. I have heard good things about certain pumps but I wouldnt be ablet o remembe them.

As for the stock voltage, this is probably why you cant get 5Ghz or maybe even 5.8Ghz and its probably why its getting that hot on you. Chips that usually can overclock to 5Ghz have stock voltage between 1.3 - 1.35v. Usually if you dont have a stock voltage between this then you probably wont be able to overclock to around 5GHz. Thats just usually what we see with these FX chips.
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Hi, I am new with this scorpius setup and I need assistance on reaching a stable 4.5ghz mark or better.
RIght now I am at 4.5ghz that can boot but experiencing hardware failures on Prime95 and AIDA64 benchtests.
On Cinebench 11.5 I usually get a 5.02 score.
On SuperPI it takes 15min to process a 32mb iteration.
Here are my specs for now. (please check RIG)
And here are my BIOS settings.
D.O.C.P = On
Multiplier = 22.5
Memory Frequency = 1600mhz
CPU/NB Frequency = 2200mhz
CPU Volts = 1.4500
The rest are set to AUTO.
With this noob overclock(I know I am a noob) setup I could POST and go to windows and perform simple tasks without any bluescreen either on Cinebench, LinX and or IBT.
BUT can't pass PRIME95, I am getting an error of "Illegal Sumout" - "Hardware Failure"
I need your help guys with my Setup. I know my RIG is adequate enough to pass a 4.5ghz mark FULL 24/7 Stable.
I really need your help on setting my BUILD's overclock profile.
If you have this similar motherboard and processor, please post your settings aswell let me copy it if its okay.
Info:
Asus Sabertooth 990FX BIOS Update 0901 (latest from ASUS) from 0705.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 4gbx2 1600Mhz C9
PSU: Seasonic Xseries X850
Cooling: Antec Kuhler H620 with DeepCool Z9 Thermal grease, Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM push pull config.

Well if you know that it can do it then try increasing voltage. I would try to run prime on small fft test. If that passes and it doesnt pass blend it should be the cpu/nb. Try increasing voltage on cpu/nb. Just keep trying difference settings.

Safe limits:

CPU - 1.55v
CPU/NB - 1.5v
NB - 1.3v
HT - 1.35v

You should have to worry about NB or HT but just try increasing the voltages until it becomes stable. You just got to keep working at it. It takes time and BD is not the simplest chip to overclock. Thats why BD is so much fun. Take your time with it. The best way to do it is to find out for yourself. Just keep working at it. there are many overclocking guides for BD that you can print out. Try that and just work with it till you find something you like. It takes time and patience. If you find yourself getting frustrated, take a break.

Also, what is your stock voltage?

Good luck
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post #2936 of 8112
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Well if you know that it can do it then try increasing voltage. I would try to run prime on small fft test. If that passes and it doesnt pass blend it should be the cpu/nb. Try increasing voltage on cpu/nb. Just keep trying difference settings.
Safe limits:
CPU - 1.55v
CPU/NB - 1.5v
NB - 1.3v
HT - 1.35v
You should have to worry about NB or HT but just try increasing the voltages until it becomes stable. You just got to keep working at it. It takes time and BD is not the simplest chip to overclock. Thats why BD is so much fun. Take your time with it. The best way to do it is to find out for yourself. Just keep working at it. there are many overclocking guides for BD that you can print out. Try that and just work with it till you find something you like. It takes time and patience. If you find yourself getting frustrated, take a break.
Also, what is your stock voltage?
Good luck

Hi thanks for the insight, I really appreciate it. FX-6100 offers a stock voltage of 1.390v I believe but don't quote me on that. Its lesser than 1.40v that's for sure.

Maybe I'll look around some guides over the net for overclocking a BD, a FX-6100 for this matter.

Do you have some links that you might know and wanna share?
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Hi, I am new with this scorpius setup and I need assistance on reaching a stable 4.5ghz mark or better.
RIght now I am at 4.5ghz that can boot but experiencing hardware failures on Prime95 and AIDA64 benchtests.
On Cinebench 11.5 I usually get a 5.02 score.
On SuperPI it takes 15min to process a 32mb iteration.
Here are my specs for now. (please check RIG)
And here are my BIOS settings.
D.O.C.P = On
Multiplier = 22.5
Memory Frequency = 1600mhz
CPU/NB Frequency = 2200mhz
CPU Volts = 1.4500
The rest are set to AUTO.
With this noob overclock(I know I am a noob) setup I could POST and go to windows and perform simple tasks without any bluescreen either on Cinebench, LinX and or IBT.
BUT can't pass PRIME95, I am getting an error of "Illegal Sumout" - "Hardware Failure"
I need your help guys with my Setup. I know my RIG is adequate enough to pass a 4.5ghz mark FULL 24/7 Stable.
I really need your help on setting my BUILD's overclock profile.
If you have this similar motherboard and processor, please post your settings aswell let me copy it if its okay.
Info:
Asus Sabertooth 990FX BIOS Update 0901 (latest from ASUS) from 0705.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 4gbx2 1600Mhz C9
PSU: Seasonic Xseries X850
Cooling: Antec Kuhler H620 with DeepCool Z9 Thermal grease, Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM push pull config.

here ya go. FX-6100 on Sabertooth 4.7Ghz stable. I have been tweaking things though. still trying to find a good balance for performance.

http://s75.photobucket.com/albums/i299/dragonsdeath/asus/

NOTE: I am on a custom water loop. synthetic load my cores get to 56° and socket gets to 65°
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VID of my FX-8120 is 1.375, Higher VID is better, Means better silicone. (I havent OC'ed this one yet im using it at stock 3.1GHz)

My FX-6100 has a VID of 1.225 (I dont use this one anymore its in the box in the closet, lol), It did a easy 4.2GHz with 1.30v at full load.


Heres a good OC Guide, Its straight from the horses mouth.

http://sites.amd.com/us/Documents/AMD_FX_Performance_Tuning_Guide.pdf
Edited by garikfox - 1/16/12 at 11:38am
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here ya go. FX-6100 on Sabertooth 4.7Ghz stable. I have been tweaking things though. still trying to find a good balance for performance.
http://s75.photobucket.com/albums/i299/dragonsdeath/asus/
NOTE: I am on a custom water loop. synthetic load my cores get to 56° and socket gets to 65°

You should be able to bring down that voltage a bit, if you turn on the VRM spectum. At full load I pull 1.428v so 1.464 seems a bit excessive
 
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You should be able to bring down that voltage a bit, if you turn on the VRM spectum. At full load I pull 1.428v so 1.464 seems a bit excessive

Do you have a low vid or high vid chip? Mine is low vid at 1.25 stock. they seem to need a little more and from what I've read I got a good chip getting that high stable out of a low vid chip.
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