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post #11 of 47
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It seems it does. haha. Thats why people pay attention to the binning numbers.

Yeah, I cant even get 3.8 on my 955 @ 1.464 volts under load.
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I had a problem with my mobo when I ran the HT at a higher speed because it couldn't take it or something. I had to under clock it a bit for it to be stable and then barely overclock the NB to keep it stable. I think it might be the mobo can't handle the voltages sent through it so it's limiting the amount I can overclock.frown.gif

That may make sense but at the same time maybe not lol
 
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Yeah I think that I was changing the volts on the motherboards NB and not the cpu-NB which is what I should have been changing. But, even though it couldn't take the voltages.. Why wouldn't the mobo post? But yeah, I think that is also the reason glinux.
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Well hopefully I can get this unlucky chip higher.. What bugs me is that some changes to my NB lead to my motherboard not posting at all. Is this normal? I can't seem to get any information on it..

If you are adjusting NB, Memory, and cpu all at the same time you are creating to many variables to keep up with. I would focus on getting to your goal cpu clock speed first. Then you can focus on NB. My NB is at stock for the time being because it was causing me to have more issues that i wanted to deal with. Now that I have a stable cpu clock I can get some better cooling and work on my NB.
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If you are adjusting NB, Memory, and cpu all at the same time you are creating to many variables to keep up with. I would focus on getting to your goal cpu clock speed first. Then you can focus on NB. My NB is at stock for the time being because it was causing me to have more issues that i wanted to deal with. Now that I have a stable cpu clock I can get some better cooling and work on my NB.

Yeah that was my first approach, but I read somewhere that memory and NB should be done first because it directly affects the stability of your CPU overclock. I tuned my cpu down and basically did do one overclock at a time in order to keep myself organized. However, after getting my NB to 2800 (what I read to be most effective for a 4.2ghz oc) I still see no improvement.. This is beginning to really frustrate me frown.gif
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The most common BSOD error I'm getting is 0x124 which is supposedly solved by changing the VTT/QPI voltage or vCore. I believe that the AMD equivalent for VTT/QPI is CPU-NB, is this correct? If so, then are there any other possible solutions to this BSOD? I need atleast 1.375v on my CPU-NB to keep my 2.8ghz oc on the NB and I can't raise my vCore past 1.575 (which is already pretty high). I can't lower my vcore anymore because below 1.575v my cpu will not run at 20x multiplier (or at least it won't run with any stress on it). Any tips or ideas? Thanks!
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The most common BSOD error I'm getting is 0x124 which is supposedly solved by changing the VTT/QPI voltage or vCore. I believe that the AMD equivalent for VTT/QPI is CPU-NB, is this correct? If so, then are there any other possible solutions to this BSOD? I need atleast 1.375v on my CPU-NB to keep my 2.8ghz oc on the NB and I can't raise my vCore past 1.575 (which is already pretty high). I can't lower my vcore anymore because below 1.575v my cpu will not run at 20x multiplier (or at least it won't run with any stress on it). Any tips or ideas? Thanks!

ox124 please upper voltage, increase I mean smile.gif
What your spec friend,

I same like you BE x4 965 but different board.
So ... see your voltage CPU and CPU-NB, also LLC with disable or set 50%, what LLC can kill our chip biggrin.gif
So if you raise FSB or stay 200Mhz but trying set multi CPU are 20x. NB clock 2600 or 2800 with 1.3 for cpu-nb.
4Ghz good voltage are 1.45v.

I have 4125Mhz, read 4.14Ghz on WEI/CPUz set 250 FSB clock, 1.5v for CPU and 1.25 for NB 2750Mhz get 1666 from DDR3. 1.3v for NB [not cpu/nb]
""" is 0x124 which is supposedly solved by changing the VTT/QPI voltage or vCore. """ not sure ... is for 0x50 where VTT/QPI vcore combine DRAM [like 250Mhz get divider RAM changing 1666/2000 watch our timing and vDRAM
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ox124 please upper voltage, increase I mean smile.gif
What your spec friend,
I same like you BE x4 965 but different board.
So ... see your voltage CPU and CPU-NB, also LLC with disable or set 50%, what LLC can kill our chip biggrin.gif
So if you raise FSB or stay 200Mhz but trying set multi CPU are 20x. NB clock 2600 or 2800 with 1.3 for cpu-nb.
4Ghz good voltage are 1.45v.
I have 4125Mhz, read 4.14Ghz on WEI/CPUz set 250 FSB clock, 1.5v for CPU and 1.25 for NB 2750Mhz get 1666 from DDR3. 1.3v for NB [not cpu/nb]
""" is 0x124 which is supposedly solved by changing the VTT/QPI voltage or vCore. """ not sure ... is for 0x50 where VTT/QPI vcore combine DRAM [like 250Mhz get divider RAM changing 1666/2000 watch our timing and vDRAM

My CPU is at 1.575 volts and my CPU-NB is at 1.375 volts. I will try changing my NB volts, but previous experiences led to my motherboard not posting. Any idea why changing my motherboard's NB voltage causes this problem?
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My CPU is at 1.575 volts and my CPU-NB is at 1.375 volts. I will try changing my NB volts, but previous experiences led to my motherboard not posting. Any idea why changing my motherboard's NB voltage causes this problem?

What your BIOS version on Gigabyte GA-790FXTA-UD5 ?

trying 2800Mhz NB 1.4 cpu/nb for board Gigabyte GA-790FXTA-UD5 and low voltage 1.45 for CPU 20x multi with 200Mhz FSB. and back NB 2000Mhz with default voltage cpu/nb and set 1.45 for CPU do 4Ghz
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I'm pretty sure that your Vcore is past the the "safe" voltage you want to be at. Try changing the base clock a bit and lowering the multi?
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