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Well I finally got the extra fan in from xigmatek for my aegir heat killer so lets see what I can do now with this thing.

1.31vcore 42c max at 4013mhz. fans never left the 20% area think I should go up more?
Edited by vedaire - 2/8/12 at 5:12pm
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1.31vcore 42c max at 4013mhz. fans never left the 20% area think I should go up more?

you have around 18c full load left to go. So keep going, make sure your temps stay below 60c. You have quite a bit of room left.
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ok so i have this FX6100 , i got it overclocked to 4.3 at 1.42 volts is temps of 36c to 38c idle, this ok for this chip? under load it goes to 52-55c and under prime 95 it went to 73c. i just dont want to burn out this chip thanks for the replies

That's wayyyyyyy to much voltage for 4.3GHz. What are your settings? All the power saving features turned off?

I would also reccomend you get an upgraded cpu cooler. The CM 212 Evo is the best price/performance IMO

I'm at 1.42v at 4.7GHz
 
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That's wayyyyyyy to much voltage for 4.3GHz. What are your settings? All the power saving features turned off?
I would also reccomend you get an upgraded cpu cooler. The CM 212 Evo is the best price/performance IMO
I'm at 1.42v at 4.7GHz

It really just depends on his chip my FX 8120 takes 1.45v to do 4.5ghz prime stable some chips are just better than others
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It really just depends on his chip my FX 8120 takes 1.45v to do 4.5ghz prime stable some chips are just better than others

Is 1.45 your load voltage?
 
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That's wayyyyyyy to much voltage for 4.3GHz. What are your settings? All the power saving features turned off?
I would also reccomend you get an upgraded cpu cooler. The CM 212 Evo is the best price/performance IMO
I'm at 1.42v at 4.7GHz

lets talk about your cpu settings advertisement on the site. there are two things: how much volts take a cpu to be stable
on stress and what is your cpu vid [the base cpu vid and your setted cpu v.core.
there are more alternatives: auto with [llc enabled], mixing offset with [llc enabled], manual with [llc enabled], or only offset [llc disabled],
or manual [llc disabled]. there are many false adevertisement via cpu-z where is showed great overclocking with a
small voltage
its false, its taken when the pc is not loaded, or slightly loaded. d'ont jump, it 's a mistake to think u will achieve that ''nice overclocking''. without llc enabled u cannot achieve that nice overclocking with that small voltage. so, or u get a small fixed voltage with llc enabled [where there is an option the greatest level of llc] or u set a bigger voltage manual, or offset to vid until you will achieve a stable overclocking.

now, mine: fx8120 4320 mhz vcore auto in bios with llc enabled and 1.25 vid in PhenomMsrTweaker. in stress, with occt,
the max voltage i saw is 1.42. in normally circumstances: 1.34-1.36 [cpu loaded 15-30 %]. under stress my core temp
jumps up to 56-58 degrees.
My advice: the worst scenario for overclocking is when u try to set a bigger vcore for stable instead a smaller vcore with llc enabled [the best choice]. you will get alltime big temps in the worst scenario. in the second, the good scenario, the temps jumps, more, only under bigger cpu load, under slight load the vcore will stay closer the vcore setted manually.
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Mine takes 1.48volts for 4.7Ghz stable under load. 1.45 vcore idle. not all BD chips will require lower voltages.
it depends on the stock vid as to what load vcore you will have to use and how far you will be able to push the cpu.

These cpu's DO NOT have a one size fits all set vid from the factory. they vary alot of one cpu to the other. Not every one is going to get the same oc with the same voltages.
As long as you keep below the max core temp under synthetic load and dont go over 1.55 vcore you are perfectly safe.
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lets talk about your cpu settings advertisement on the site. there are two things: how much volts take a cpu to be stable
on stress and what is your cpu vid [the base cpu vid and your setted cpu v.core.
there are more alternatives: auto with [llc enabled], mixing offset with [llc enabled], manual with [llc enabled], or only offset [llc disabled],
or manual [llc disabled]. there are many false adevertisement via cpu-z where is showed great overclocking with a
small voltage
its false, its taken when the pc is not loaded, or slightly loaded. d'ont jump, it 's a mistake to think u will achieve that ''nice overclocking''. without llc enabled u cannot achieve that nice overclocking with that small voltage. so, or u get a small fixed voltage with llc enabled [where there is an option the greatest level of llc] or u set a bigger voltage manual, or offset to vid until you will achieve a stable overclocking.
now, mine: fx8120 4320 mhz vcore auto in bios with llc enabled and 1.25 vid in PhenomMsrTweaker. in stress, with occt,
the max voltage i saw is 1.42. in normally circumstances: 1.34-1.36 [cpu loaded 15-30 %]. under stress my core temp
jumps up to 56-58 degrees.
My advice: the worst scenario for overclocking is when u try to set a bigger vcore for stable instead a smaller vcore with llc enabled [the best choice]. you will get alltime big temps in the worst scenario. in the second, the good scenario, the temps jumps, more, only under bigger cpu load, under slight load the vcore will stay closer the vcore setted manually.

You actually still use PhenomMsrTweaker? In my opinion, if you have to alter clock settings/speeds "AFTER" windows loads your not stable at all.
 
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Mine takes 1.48volts for 4.7Ghz stable under load. 1.45 vcore idle. not all BD chips will require lower voltages.
it depends on the stock vid as to what load vcore you will have to use and how far you will be able to push the cpu.
These cpu's DO NOT have a one size fits all set vid from the factory. they vary alot of one cpu to the other. Not every one is going to get the same oc with the same voltages.
As long as you keep below the max core temp under synthetic load and dont go over 1.55 vcore you are perfectly safe.

As i said , you have taken the worst scenario, too much voltage for idle. You are happy with with your overclocking up to 4,7 ghz with only 1.48 vcore.
My advice, again: try to set the smaller stable v.core that permittes u to boot, and put llc enabled with the max setting [extreme in your bios or only enabled if u haven 't other options].
In idle or slight load u will achieve smaller voltage. I guess u can boot with almost: 1.325-1.400.vcore.
Good luck.!
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You actually still use PhenomMsrTweaker? In my opinion, if you have to alter clock settings/speeds "AFTER" windows loads your not stable at all.

i assure you. PhenomMsrTwaker works very well with my fx 8120. i setted my cpu vcore on auto and llc enabled. its very stable.
i stressed the cpu with occt linpack. i use it for cool and quiet becaudse the amd c&q gives me headaches and whines and instability.
i love c&q. i cant imagine a pc without it. its a waste of power and usage without it.
i know the program dont use all p-states of the fx, but work very well with all those it have given, and u can achieve stable overclocking with smaller voltage.
mine is auto in bios with 1.25 vcore on max p-state , the p2 [the p0 and p1 are for turbo that doesnt work].aida shows the vcore as cpu vid.
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