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Hey thanks buddy.. I did try those exact settings in bios but it would not boot, so i raised VCORE bit by bit till i got to 1.475 and still it would not boot.. BSOD at startup.
I started to think maybe there is some other setting thats wrong and found it.. It was CPU Load line calibration .. it was on Auto so i set to Enabled and the PC finally boots..
I did not really fully test it yet .. only played Skyrim for about half an hour and everything worked fine.. Temps in-game were around 40-45c and the performance was really amazing comparing to stock speed.
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forgot llc. mine is enabled, too. you're using 3 sticks of ram? if you are, then you are running in single channel. give up one stick or get another to fill all slots. if you give up one - install the sticks using same color slots. read the manual see which one they recommend for better oc'ing.

1.5v is for 4.4GHz or something. depends on the chip but here other reasons may be causing your rig to not boot. RAM is one. Also make sure you've got good airflow in your case. those heatsinks need to be properly cooled.

i recommend going down to 4GB of ram, while waiting for another stick and set it to its manufacturer's spec (1600 or 1333). make sure you set the right voltage as well. mine are 1600/1.65v but i set it at 1.6v.
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Next time you going into Bios, look for a Save to CMOS button.... its good to save settings....

Go into your BIOS and reduce the VCore back down to 1.35 and try and boot, see what happens...

if it fails, bump it up a little.... 1.47 vcore should be the max on Air Cooler!

CPU Load line calibration could have been what was making it fail.

Yeah i saved it.I also think its a bit too high voltage.. I will try lower the Vcore and see how it goes!

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forgot llc. mine is enabled, too. you're using 3 sticks of ram? if you are, then you are running in single channel. give up one stick or get another to fill all slots. if you give up one - install the sticks using same color slots. read the manual see which one they recommend for better oc'ing.

1.5v is for 4.4GHz or something. depends on the chip but here other reasons may be causing your rig to not boot. RAM is one. Also make sure you've got good airflow in your case. those heatsinks need to be properly cooled.

i recommend going down to 4GB of ram, while waiting for another stick and set it to its manufacturer's spec (1600 or 1333). make sure you set the right voltage as well. mine are 1600/1.65v but i set it at 1.6v.

Yes i got 3 sticks of ram and im getting one more soon..My ram speed is set to 1333 , voltage is currently set to auto and its also 1600/1.65v model.
Think im gonna just wait 2 more days for extra ram to come.. then will try lowering the vcore and see what happens.Im back on stock for now.
post #2353 of 2790
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Hey guys, I'm at a dilemma here. I need opinions on what you think would work out best for me (X4 @ 4.0 1.32v or X6 3.8 1.32v). I game most of the time however I also do a little encoding and rendering. I could get the X6 to 4.0 but it requires 1.4v to be stable and my hyper TX-3 can't handle the heat. So there you have it, now what's the verdict?

Get better cooling and run as X6. 4.0GHz as X6 realistically you need H100 level cooling. You should feel the heat coming off mine.
Edited by 2thAche - 2/11/13 at 7:30pm
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Hey guys, I'm at a dilemma here. I need opinions on what you think would work out best for me (X4 @ 4.0 1.32v or X6 3.8 1.32v). I game most of the time however I also do a little encoding and rendering. I could get the X6 to 4.0 but it requires 1.4v to be stable and my hyper TX-3 can't handle the heat. So there you have it, now what's the verdict?

Get better cooling and run as X6. 4.0GHz as X6 realistically you need H100 level cooling. You should feel the heat coming off mine.

Go for the 4.0GHz x4 and then enable the turbo to 4.2GHz and test the turbo for stability by running 2 threads going into task manager and setting the afinity for only 2 of the cores. Then verify they are hitting turbo with tmonitor


Or heck you could just do the x6 with the turbo set to 4.2GHz.

I believe if you install the AMD overclocking software you can increase the turbo to 4 cores and maybe even select the specific cores. It has been a long time. You can also increase the voltage if you need to in the event that the turbo causes bsods. I think you need to be using offset mode to change your vcore and not manual mode.

That would give you the 6 cores for encoding and the higher clocks for gaming. The extra 2 cores won't do anything for games.
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Thanks storm,redwoodz,2thAche and givmedew for the response. I think I'll invest in a better cooler (hyper 212 evo) and run my cpu as an X6 4.0ghz but I'll require a case to fit this massive heat sink so any recommendations on the case?
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post #2357 of 2790
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Thanks storm,redwoodz,2thAche and givmedew for the response. I think I'll invest in a better cooler (hyper 212 evo) and run my cpu as an X6 4.0ghz but I'll require a case to fit this massive heat sink so any recommendations on the case?

To be honest any case you like the look of that has adequate fan space (Top space is a bonus, and 2 side space is good,) Just make sure it is 8 inches + in width......

I'm not clued up on US Cases but I have a few in the UK
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Which bios are you running? Also which rev of the board do you have? I'm on the FA bios with the rev 3 board.

I got this during the Christmas sales, so it's the revision 3. As far as the BIOS version, I have no clue. I assume it's the latest, since it says on the box that it has Vishera support. However, they may have released a new BIOS that's causing you issues.
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Go for the 4.0GHz x4 and then enable the turbo to 4.2GHz and test the turbo for stability by running 2 threads going into task manager and setting the afinity for only 2 of the cores. Then verify they are hitting turbo with tmonitor


Or heck you could just do the x6 with the turbo set to 4.2GHz.

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That would give you the 6 cores for encoding and the higher clocks for gaming. The extra 2 cores won't do anything for games.

I tried doing 4.0 as X6 with 4.2 turbo, since as X4 I'm perfectly stable at the same volts and that would be ideal. It wouldn't fly, lockups when in turbo mode. It takes extra VCore which defeats the purpose of using that mode for 2-3 cores, so you may as well do a straight 4.2GHz with the extra voltage applied.
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Thanks storm,redwoodz,2thAche and givmedew for the response. I think I'll invest in a better cooler (hyper 212 evo) and run my cpu as an X6 4.0ghz but I'll require a case to fit this massive heat sink so any recommendations on the case?

I dunno if an H212 will be enough. Also watch for throttling under load as X6. If the VRMs get hot enough, the board will throttle the CPU (lower the multiplier) but the test will go on as if it's normal. I had to put a fan on my VRM heatsink to avoid throttling under sustained full load as X6.
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