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just after my pc restarted after a crash in battlefield 3 the cpu temperatures where between 40 and 43 degrees, could this be the cause of the shutdown?
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just after my pc restarted after a crash in battlefield 3 the cpu temperatures where between 40 and 43 degrees, could this be the cause of the shutdown?

Yes looks like you got heating problems. If after reboot you can see 43C' it's way to much.
Get some better cooler or you will burn your chip very fast.
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But i just found that the max temp of the fx 6100 is 70 degres
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I got mine at 4.3ghz on air and it never get over 80f smile.gif

multiplyer 20.5 1.33 volts bus 210mhz
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post #96 of 103
Many members in this thread suggest that is better to overclock trough the reference clock, opposite to CPU Multi. Can u explain whay is that so ? I cant see no reason for that claim.
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the reason is becase your over clocking both sides of a cpu when you use both FSB and mutiplyer as oposed to just over clocking just the core **** you get higher clocks thats more balanced
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But i just found that the max temp of the fx 6100 is 70 degres

When overclocking mine (FX-6100), I dug a bit and found out that you want to stay <60c for a 24/7 overclock, 2365975.png... with those settings (air cooled) it doesn't get above 45c, Prime95 blend will bring it to a slightly higher temperature after 10 or so hours. But you should really be shooting for those temperatures (or less) with intense system use on a daily basis.
post #99 of 103
I have an 8120 but the same still applies for 6100. I use OCCT for stress testing and it displays core temps gpu temps socket tempa and everything while stress testing. But your core temps need to stay below 60 (recommended to not exceed 55) and socket temp to not exceed 70 (on gigabyte board is tmp2). I havw my 8120 at 4.4ghz with vcore at 1.35 nb at 220 and my multi at 20 on cpu and 11 on nb and ht

Bump you ht and nb up a little in voltage to help stablize the overclock. I believe i have mine at 1.15v and 1.25v
You can probably drop your vcore a hair with it being a 6100 the vcore shouldnt need to be as high.

Btw I'm using a CM 212+ so its nothing special and my paste is what came with the cooler.
one more recommendation would be to buy some yate loon 120mm fans in push/pull config to get that air pushing thru. Buy the high speed ones. I think they run about $5 per fan at xoxide.com by far the best bang for your buck. I use 3 intakes on the front (i have a massive case) and 2 on the 212+. The entire back of my case is perforated steel so i dont even use an exhaust fan. The yate loons push it right on out. I just have a small 80mm pulling air across my hdd as an exhaust fan. Load up on those and you will notice your temps fall. Yate loons are widely know by overclockers but not many people carry them. Again i got mine at xoxide.com
post #100 of 103
New to overclocking i cannot get my Multipler settings to hold on ga 990xa board what im i doing wrong, I am saving using F10 and exit.

thanks.
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