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post #2191 of 2790
Main reason why I skipped Prime was that at the very most it will run for 6hours straight (My computer isnt on for extremely long periods, just from about 7.30pm to 1:30am.....and some people say to run it for 24hours...

I'm pretty sure my bios can be saved, so I will try that. I'm not really after super high clocks, but 4ghz is great but I will work on getting 4ghz as an x6 at some point....currently I have no need for 6 cores but its great having that option.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2627018

My latest clock... I did not run stress test,I did play BF3 for about an hour.
Memory seems to be an issue after some time.Any adjustment pointers for memory?
Heat at this clock seems ok, but not great. 68c on the cpu, all other temps are great.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2627018
My latest clock... I did not run stress test,I did play BF3 for about an hour.
Memory seems to be an issue after some time.Any adjustment pointers for memory?
Heat at this clock seems ok, but not great. 68c on the cpu, all other temps are great.

That temp scares me, but I'm really strict about temperature on my rig. You're well within the boundaries of the CPU.

Something I have tried to lower voltage is to drop the NB frequency down to 1600 or 1800MHz. Also, try lowering your RAM to register at 1066MHz to get stability back. You're trying to run 1333MHz RAM at 1505MHz and it's most likely causing issues. Both of those things helped me.

Now I've got a question for anyone willing to input.
My H80's pump stopped a few nights ago and my CPU pinged 110C about 3 times before I figured it out. It destroyed the old board in the process, however the CPU is still stable at 3.4Ghz so far on the new board (990FXA-UD3). What I want to know is; am I safe to keep overclocking or should I look at a new CPU if I want to continue? I've loved overclocking with the 960T and I would hate to leave it behind, but I'm afraid I'm going to kill this one or cause more damage if I continue to overclock.
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Now I've got a question for anyone willing to input.
My H80's pump stopped a few nights ago and my CPU pinged 110C about 3 times before I figured it out. It destroyed the old board in the process, however the CPU is still stable at 3.4Ghz so far on the new board (990FXA-UD3). What I want to know is; am I safe to keep overclocking or should I look at a new CPU if I want to continue? I've loved overclocking with the 960T and I would hate to leave it behind, but I'm afraid I'm going to kill this one or cause more damage if I continue to overclock.
you should be fine. there might have been some to very little harm done. but you would have noticed it by now if it was severe.
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That temp scares me, but I'm really strict about temperature on my rig. You're well within the boundaries of the CPU.
Something I have tried to lower voltage is to drop the NB frequency down to 1600 or 1800MHz. Also, try lowering your RAM to register at 1066MHz to get stability back. You're trying to run 1333MHz RAM at 1505MHz and it's most likely causing issues. Both of those things helped me.
Now I've got a question for anyone willing to input.
My H80's pump stopped a few nights ago and my CPU pinged 110C about 3 times before I figured it out. It destroyed the old board in the process, however the CPU is still stable at 3.4Ghz so far on the new board (990FXA-UD3). What I want to know is; am I safe to keep overclocking or should I look at a new CPU if I want to continue? I've loved overclocking with the 960T and I would hate to leave it behind, but I'm afraid I'm going to kill this one or cause more damage if I continue to overclock.

Thanks... I am under clocking the ram in this setup.I may try bumping it back up and messing with the timings a bit. The Crosshair gives me a lot of options.I am thinking about dropping FX-8350 on this rig and moving the 960t to another rig I have... I'd keep that 960t you have and roll with it! thumb.gif
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I re-did an attempt at an x6 on my overclock.

I took the x4 overclock settings (18*223) and unlocked the extra two cores and ran Intel Burn Test - Failed

So I set 17*223, and kept all other settings the same, I dont really want to change my vcore as it peaks to 1.44 (core voltage CPU-Z) and is the highest I really want to go.....- Success

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2628056



I still have another 150rpm on the fan speed (Hyper 212 Evo - 600-1600rpm) - Do you think I can hit 4ghz on x6.....

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Merry Christmas! Haven't posted or been oc'ing my 960 lately(doing duty in home server), but glad to see this wonderful chip is still getting some attention. Been through several cpu's( 1100T's and 1090T's) and I still use what I learned from this thread and overclocking this chip. Nice job R!
    
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How would an AMD Phenom II X6 1605T compare to the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T if they were both running at the same clock speed?
     
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