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Are you running large-fft's? If not I'd re-test with that setting.

I've never had large FFT fail after passing OCCT and P95 Blend.
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exactly like mine - same freq and vcore. i only primed 4GHz as a hex.

I'm going to set 1.5V tonight and see what I have max-bootable for X4 and X6, just to know where this chip stands. Then you can add me to the list wink.gif . Then some benching. I may do some work at 4.2 as X6, but if it makes too much heat for the H5O I'll leave it at 4.0 24/7 as X6 unless in the future I find an H100 on sale.
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Zosma CPU Club Members List : HERP DERP

how to get in that list? biggrin.gif there are only some chosen one biggrin.gif
post #1253 of 2790
390

After setting things up, This is my most stable OC... all 6 unlocked and running GREAT! I know I could get her higher by tweaking on settings. This is on air with a with a 212+
Edited by Serker24 - 4/23/12 at 2:22pm
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20$ solution: Hyper212+ (unless you already have something better) I hope the same thing doesn't happen to me cuz im around 44-45 with 3.9Ghz@ 1.4V. My CPU fan can spin up to 3700RPM (but its loud as hell), but i only keep it running at constant 1990RPM when under load and keeps decent temps.
Slightly more expensive solution: water cooling, and then you can OC all you want lol. maybe not all you want but you know what i mean.
ALSO you might want to make sure that your motherboard is good for OC. I hope its not a 3+1 phase or 4+1 phase, for ive been reading that boards that dont have a high enough phase power could blow out your MOBO.
read this article
I believe if you scroll down there is also a list of boards that have high potential of VRM failure. i might have seen your board on there, so that could be the reason why your temps did not stay constant. 3.9Ghz may have been to much of an OC for it as well.

This MB is basically trash, 4+1 phase, and no SATA III support. However, it was free with the rebate.

The problem I'm running into is either save a bit of cash and go AM3 or future proof with Am3+. I can't find any definitive information about Piledriver's socket. I have no desire to buy Bulldozer, therefor if Piledriver isn't AM3+ why should't I just go with an AM3 board. I've seen several AM3 boards with SATA III, 8+1 Phase, and crosfrire support around the $75 mark, AM+3 with the same features is closer to $100. 25$ one way or the other isn't a big deal but it buys another 8GB of DDR3.

Any suggestions on a motherboard upgrade will be greatly appreciate.
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I'd like to be added to the list... here is an overview of what I'm running stable... 390


All 6 unlocked and clocked. Prime95 for 48hrs with no problems.
post #1256 of 2790
For Sure get a 8+1 phase board and a Hyper212+ at the least... Then you can push it and be cool.
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VRM cooling is an issue... Keep a close eye on that with many board choices.
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Zosma CPU Club Members List : HERP DERP
how to get in that list? biggrin.gif there are only some chosen one biggrin.gif

you have to be good-looking.
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This MB is basically trash, 4+1 phase, and no SATA III support. However, it was free with the rebate.
The problem I'm running into is either save a bit of cash and go AM3 or future proof with Am3+. I can't find any definitive information about Piledriver's socket. I have no desire to buy Bulldozer, therefor if Piledriver isn't AM3+ why should't I just go with an AM3 board. I've seen several AM3 boards with SATA III, 8+1 Phase, and crosfrire support around the $75 mark, AM+3 with the same features is closer to $100. 25$ one way or the other isn't a big deal but it buys another 8GB of DDR3.
Any suggestions on a motherboard upgrade will be greatly appreciate.

you might be interested . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1246185/asus-crosshair-iv-formula

http://www.overclock.net/t/1231749/1055t-civf-mem-case-price-dropped
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post #1259 of 2790
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I'd like to be added to the list... here is an overview of what I'm running stable... 390
All 6 unlocked and clocked. Prime95 for 48hrs with no problems.

Very good chip. Lucky you:thumb:
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well i got the 960t today dont belive it will unlock tried setting vcore to 1.4 and 1.45 and would not boot but i am running same clocks as my 955 with 20c lower temps and 1.5 so far will keep lowering down from 1.55 on 955be.
anyone got tips how i might try to unlock on crosshair v or it just wont. not worried for $130 alot faster then the athlon ii x2 2500 i was running..

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2342710
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