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[OC ISSUES, NOT STABLE, PLEASE HELP!] Issues with an AMD Phenom II x6 1100T BE Thuban OC. Tried Everything it seems!

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I have built a new system and can't seem to get a stable OC frown.gif. It's effecting both my part time business on the side and my schooling. Already spent countless hours researching and trying, but still can't get it stable. Have run many Prime95 tests, but they ALL end up on a BSOD (several posted bellow). Doesn't seem to be an issue with temps reaching too high. I hope the following will provide you enough information for some insight on what steps may be taken to solve this problem.

WOULD APPRECIATE ANY HELP, AND AGAIN THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADVANCE! I am desperate frown.gif....


CPU: AMD PHENOM II X6 BLACK EDITION 1100T Thuban

MOBO: GIGABYTE 880GA-UD3H

RAM: Kingston HyperX 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model KHX1600C9D3K4/16GX

GPU: Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 Dirt 3 Edition (have dual BIOS switch. One that's unlocked to 6970 shaders, and one at stock shaders. Currently have an OC using Sapphire Trixxx to match the 6970 memory/ gpu clocks *see pic below*)

SSD: OCZ Vertex Plus SATA II 120 GB HD (Holding OS + Games + Drivers ONLY)

HDD:
1x Raptor 7200 RPM HDD 500GB (Holding every other app minus games/ OS)
1x WD 2 TB Green HDD (used for backup/ video/ photoshop work)

OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate

CPU INFO:
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GPU OC *Notice the voltage is pretty high for a low OC, but wanted to make sure it's stable. I have tried all range of voltages to make sure*:
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***ON TOP OF THE BSOD IMAGES I HAVE BELOW, I HAVE ALSO GOTTEN THE FOLLOWING ERRORS:******
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STOP: 0x000000A1
STOP: 0x000000E1

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Set your ram to 1333Mhz and see what happens.
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with the same settings? same result. Will bump it back down and try it again, but expecting more or less the same (4 min into Prime95 I get a BSOD frown.gif ). Will report back
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People really need to stop with the "PLEASE HELP!" "OMG I CANT OC" crap. It's not like your computers gonna blow, your just overclocking your pc still works. It's not a given that your pc is gonna overclock well, and if it doesn't theres no need to go running around posting on forums like your pc is on fire. k.

Just my two cents. Bye.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ismet View Post

Set your ram to 1333Mhz and see what happens.

The result was another BSOD after 4-5 min~ into Prime95

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Originally Posted by NoiseTemper View Post

People really need to stop with the "PLEASE HELP!" "OMG I CANT OC" crap. It's not like your computers gonna blow, your just overclocking your pc still works. It's not a given that your pc is gonna overclock well, and if it doesn't theres no need to go running around posting on forums like your pc is on fire. k.
Just my two cents. Bye.

Your post is neither useful or constructive. I don't understand why you wasted 20~ seconds of your life, believe it or not not everyone wants to know your opinion. Sorry if you misinterpreted my post title and read "OMG PC BLOWIN UP GUYZ!". I am just looking for some help by more experienced and knowledgeable individuals on how to get a stable OC. For what I do for a living/ hobbie, any extra power makes a difference. Just trying to get a nice stable CPU OC so I can work up on my GPU OC and take it off stock.
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The result was another BSOD after 4-5 min~ into Prime95

Your post is neither useful or constructive. I don't understand why you wasted 20~ seconds of your life, believe it or not not everyone wants to know your opinion. Sorry if you misinterpreted my post title and read "OMG PC BLOWIN UP GUYZ!". I am just looking for some help by more experienced and knowledgeable individuals on how to get a stable OC. For what I do for a living/ hobbie, any extra power makes a difference. Just trying to get a nice stable CPU OC so I can work up on my GPU OC and take it off stock.

There is No need for the drama (or sarcasm), is what NoiseTemper is saying - and I agree.

ALL UPPER CASE LETTERS IS CONSIDERED SHOUTING AND IS INAPPROPRIATE


If your life is really in jeopardy because you can't get a stable 4.2 GHz. OC, then maybe you need to adjust your life? rolleyes.gif

As far as your OC is concerned, have you run Memtest86+ on each DIMM and all DIMMs combined? If they test good then remove DIMMs 2 & 4 and see if your PC is any more stable with the RAM running at 1333 MHz. If so, reinstall the two DIMMs and bump the RAM voltage to 1.65v and run P95 again.

Your Thuban may never run stable @ 4.2 GHz. , especially with 16 GB. of RAM????? Each CPU/mobo/RAM combo is different and nothing is guaranteed when OC'ing.
Edited by AMD4ME - 2/24/12 at 5:32am
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Wow! He posts 1 sentence in caps -- a thank you -- and you guys jump down his throat.

First off, reference this thread:

http://www.overclock.net/a/common-bsod-error-code-list-for-overclocking

It lists common BSOD codes and their respective solutions to fixing. While not guaranteed, it will give you a good starting point.

From what I can see from the screens you provided, it appears to be a vcore issue, at least in the last shot 1E is known vcore increase.

A few, however, are for RAM as well.

As AMD4ME pointed out, 16GBs of ram might be causing the issue; you could try remove 2 sticks (just to test); or try increasing the NB Core by .1V to help stabilize it; the CPUNB might need a small increase as well.

Other than that, not much else I see that is incorrect -- all looks pretty standard to me.

In order for me to get 4.2ghz on my 960t (which is a thuban in all but name), it requires 1.575V; to me, not worth running it at that, considering 4.1 is only 1.475.
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frist thing is dos it run prime ok at stock settings try that frist then a menory check lets make sure all is ok with the rig before trying to push it further
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Although it is probably not the cause of the BSODs, you should not be overclocking nor overvolting this high on a board with 4+1 phase and NO VRM cooling....

Should be addressed if you want your PC operation to be most reliable and safe

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Hi, the very first thing here. I had a 880 series chipset and this is not a good board to overclock at, AFAIK. Thats the reason why i switched to a 990FX chipset. i am really looking to get better performance there. The reason xd_1771 stated could be a reason too.. u never know. Do a bit of research, if u got enough time on the 880 chipset boards.
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