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yeah...
I'm just trolling you'
disregard anything i posted..it's all wrong
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2063267

I'm just working with the info I've found so far and I'm not trying to get 5ghz nor I'm using a Fx4100 2 different chips
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IDK if your just trolling me but 1.5v is a bit high for what I want to achieve and I beleive max recommended voltage on these chips is around 1.48v

I decided to give this a shot with fsb 230 1.525 volts multi at 19x 4.3ghz the cpu/nb at 2300 , HT at around 2030ish considering the next option available was 2.6 just started running occt if it gets past the 10 min you earned the + rep smile.gif
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yeah...
I'm just trolling you'
disregard anything i posted..it's all wrong
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2063267

*BODDA-BOOM-BING* Nice work bro! Deathskater, just keep your temperatures in check, and bump your voltage up SLOWLY until you find your "sweet spot" also known as "stability" Always work from the bottom up... I'm still a new to OC'ing myself but I can tell you it's a fast learn and get ready to reset your computer a 1000 times and clear your CMOS 100, read this article

http://www.wikihow.com/Overclock-a-PC

and this one for ram timings(this is where my computer really came to life, when my ram was "FEEDING" my hungry overclocked processor. Gaming has never been so wheee.gif AWESOME wheee.gif

http://www.tech-forums.net/pc/f76/guide-ram-timings-dummies-206383/

All the best
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post #14 of 54
I had a play putting the fsb to 240 and the multi to 19 4.7 ghz had to ramp down the ram to keep it in the 1600area uped the voltage cpu = 1.4 ram = 1.6 But my ram was actually running slower so I put it back + upping the fsb raised my core temps under load and I like my cores frosty. :-D

1.525v to get 4.3 omg!

I'm at 1.33v and 4.4.

Edited. Got my vaults wrong. :-$
Edited by Gambit74 - 2/2/12 at 3:43pm
 
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post #15 of 54
You should push your NB closer to the 3000 MHz range. You'll be wasting your OC with it that low (2300 MHz) . And I agree that it's always best to get a good mix of FSB and Multi and not just multi so that looks good too. Nice job so far ,

The one thing I like about the M5A97 is it's oc protection so if you make a mistake most of the time the board resets itself and lets you go back into bios and fix it without having to reset your cmos so don't be afaid to try lots of differenrt things your well protected
Edited by Bravo2010 - 2/2/12 at 3:48pm
 
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Yes you're right Bravo2010, if it fails to boot, you just hold down power till it shuts down, then restart.


PS. You missed *don't* from so don't be afaid. :-)
 
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Yes you're right Bravo2010, if it fails to boot, you just hold down power till it shuts down, then restart.
PS. You missed *don't* from so don't be afaid. :-)

LOL thx it looks better now.
 
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those chips don't like the high cpu/nb
not very high fsb either
 
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Well I already achieved s what I wanted I found 4.38ghz stable with cpu/nb 2300 with fsb 230 multi 19x 1.525V tested it with occt for 30 min didnt go past 60 C and it has been up running gaming for about 3hours

Wish i could have used less voltage though wasn't expecting to go that high for occt not give me errors withing the first 8 min
Edited by deathskater - 2/2/12 at 3:56pm
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cool biggrin.gif
umm.. does it really need that much voltage? i'd work on lowering that some..
 
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