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post #1 of 20
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Hi, and good morning.\evening.

I have a problem with getting this computer stable over 4.2 ghz. (only stabil at 3.9)
I got watercooling, just changed liquid, but still it's giving me bluescreens.

What am I doing wrong? tongue.gif
If I forgot any important things that could be helpful so if you guys can help it will be simply

My system is in my sig.

Really appreciate all answers.

Have a Great day \good night :-)

grtz

Mreek

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depends on your chip what is the highest stable clock you have gotten so far and the voltage corresponding to it.
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if you want to know i hit 4.05Ghz at 1.475 v
Thermal wall for me to go any higher. I am on air
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With my OLD motherboard (CH formula 2) got it up to 4.2+ ghz. on 1.59vcore. Does this help anything? tongue.gif
    
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will be back with more info booting in bios one sec. would tell you how to do this in bio's just cant think of it atm. after all of that 1.59 on this chip is a bit much i would have to say even under water but your choice in the matter. I personaly would go for a fixed 4.0-4.1 with a NB of 3000 and love it from there.
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Ok in bios you will find a section under where you up'ed the FSB called digi vrm turn those up to high and set a fixed Vrm frequency what ever you want the lower the number the higher the Oc and less stability, the higher the more stable but less oc ability after that try to keep the ram around 1333 and the HT and NB around 2000 lower is better than higher untill you get a stable over clock on the chip. After that pump up you NB to around 75% of your total OC and adjust the CPU/NB voltage till you get stability start at 1.3 might be stable but most likely to boot even if not stable. and you should be good with that.
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Thanks, Will try in a sec. got a kid running around here, got to wait until the wife is done with her breakfast tongue.gif ... Again, Thanks!
    
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any time i am heading to sleep now if I missed some thing i am sure some one else would add to what i said.
Being that i have the same set up as you well MOBO and chip wise.
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What about voltage timings? so many. Anyone else have knowledge about that?

Thanks in advance!

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voltage timing now that going out of my knowledge range. to over clock my chip i just changed the setting i have given you and was able to get 4.05 @1.475v
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