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post #2001 of 2790
At the BIOS it says 1.675v. My BIOS does show two ratings though, 1.575v and then +0.100v. This is the first time it's been "stable" for more than 10 minutes.

My use of the word stable at this point is that it managed to boot properly and hasn't crashed yet.

2200Mhz was the default after the unlock on this motherboard, I haven't actually changed that at all but I'll try it.

CPU/NB is at 2600MHz.
Edited by Fouquin - 10/24/12 at 4:36pm
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post #2002 of 2790
that is weird. your validation is showing 1.38v. hmmm. i would not go past 1.55v. you have HW monitor installed? if not get it and try to bounce your reading with that. i am pretty sure it is just around 1.38v based on your load temp.
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post #2003 of 2790
According to HWMonitor I'm between 1.38v and 1.40v. Again, BIOS is reporting 1.675v. Maybe I should drop the first value (1.575v) down to 1.40v and see what happens?

This BIOS is just weird though, it reads vCore at +0.100v; any increase is in 0.050v increments.

What about the display issue though, is that due to the over volt on the chipset?
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yes, try using auto for the nb and chipset.
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post #2005 of 2790
Alright, the results are in!

Right off the bat the entire system feels way more stable. I raised the vCore +0.100v to +0.150v, dropped the first vCore value to 1.4v, and set the chipset back to 1.23v.

HWMonitor shows 1.43v, CPU-Z shows 1.416v.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2555835

Does that look a little better?
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Alright, the results are in!
Right off the bat the entire system feels way more stable. I raised the vCore +0.100v to +0.150v, dropped the first vCore value to 1.4v, and set the chipset back to 1.23v.
HWMonitor shows 1.43v, CPU-Z shows 1.416v.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2555835
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yes. save the setting (4GHz) in bios. play a little bit more and see where you can improve things. if you care, run prime 95 for 12 hrs.
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post #2007 of 2790
Already have Prime95 running. I usually let it go for 15-20 hours just to be sure.

Oh and thanks for the help.

Edit: Well damn. After pushing the vCore as far as I could, even into dangerous territory it still crashed every time on Prime95. Guess my chip just isn't cut out for 4GHz.
Edited by Fouquin - 10/24/12 at 5:52pm
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Already have Prime95 running. I usually let it go for 15-20 hours just to be sure.
Oh and thanks for the help.
Edit: Well damn. After pushing the vCore as far as I could, even into dangerous territory it still crashed every time on Prime95. Guess my chip just isn't cut out for 4GHz.

it could be other factors that are causing prime to fail. revert back to your setting for 4GHz and do small fft test, which test just the cpu.
Edited by rdr09 - 10/25/12 at 7:43am
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Ran for a total of 12.37 seconds before the system black screened.
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lol I want the FX 4350 to come out ...

you know what I ran my 960T stable as hexacore @ 3.8 than as quadcore at 3.6 don't know why?
    
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