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Will finally be joining the club next week biggrin.gif!
Getting a 3820 with a R4F, hope they go well together tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Maximuscr31 View Post

I would get some new tim and redo it. Those temps are higher than they should be for that oc on this processor. There is someone wil a evo 212 cooler and lower temps than your h80 on similar oc. Definitely something wrong there.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3784/thr-26/Coollaboratory_Liquid_PRO_Thermal_Interface_Material.html

Is the liquid Pro TIM compatible with the h80? I actually found a local place that has artic silver 5; but $12

I knew AS5 was good like 5 years ago lol is it still?
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Originally Posted by Reptile View Post

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3784/thr-26/Coollaboratory_Liquid_PRO_Thermal_Interface_Material.html
Is the liquid Pro TIM compatible with the h80? I actually found a local place that has artic silver 5; but $12
I knew AS5 was good like 5 years ago lol is it still?

AS5 in their website says that are no conductive you can read this
"Not Electrically Conductive:
Arctic Silver 5 was formulated to conduct heat, not electricity.
(While much safer than electrically conductive silver and copper greases, Arctic Silver 5 should be kept away from electrical traces, pins, and leads. While it is not electrically conductive, the compound is very slightly capacitive and could potentially cause problems if it bridges two close-proximity electrical paths.)"
http://www.arcticsilver.com/as5.htm

i was using this TIM, but i know one guy who killed his graphic card with this TIM (i know it was on the VRM, but...)

because this, i'm using Arctic mx4 (http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/thermal-compound/30/arctic-mx-4-4g-und-20g.html), or my actual TIM, noctua NH1 (http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=13&lng=en).
My Bro have Prolimatech PK1 (http://www.prolimatech.com/en/products/detail.asp?id=1358&page=1) for 3 years about, and it is like the first day (temperatures of the cpu of course)

i can say that i don't look differences between them
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post #804 of 6497
I have the NT-H1 tim. Large pea sized drop in the middle was all I needed. Works fantastic.
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[EDITED: Had wrong BLCK and Multipliers, changed screenshots to show up in message]

Hi all,

I've read this entire thread twice now and have tried many different suggestions on how to overclock my system. But I'm continuing to run into issues.

All the necessary hardware should be in my profile but here are the important parts:


CPU = 3820
Mobo = Asus P9X79 Pro WITH BIOS AT LATEST "1104"
Ram = G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 32GB 8x4 10-10-10-30 DDR3 1600
Cooling = CORSAIR H80
Power = CORSAIR Professional Series HX750 (CMPSU-750HX)
Video = XFX Double D Black Edition FX-777A-ZDB4 Radeon HD 7770
OS = Win7 64-bit sp1

I've tried the following configurations:

1. BLCK = 125, Multi = 37, CPU Vcore = 1.35 to 1.40, Ram set to both manual at 10-10-10-30-2 1600 or XMP (setting to 1600) and system doesn't boot

2. CPU Strap = 125, Multi = 37, CPU Vcore = 135 to 140, Ram set to both manual at 10-10-10-30-2 1600 or XMP (setting to 1600) and system doesn't boot,

3. Only the multiplier set to 43, Ram set to both manual at 10-10-10-30-2 1600 or XMP (setting to 1600) and system doesn't boot reliably or does boot but system very unstable


What I did to rule out hardware issues:


1. In Bios, loaded optimal default values, then ran over 20hrs of IBT at MAXIMUM SETTINGS (using 32GB ram) and there were NO issues at all


What I've done since then:

1. Set the BIOS to the following (screenshots)

450450450450450

I then ran IBT at maximum (32GB of ram) and after an hour the system blue screened

I'd really appreciate any help at all in getting a successful, decent overclock. If anyone has any suggestions could you please tell me exactly what settings to modify and values to use? One thing I noticed in this thread was not a huge amount of info on what to do for:

-CPU VCORE Voltage - Manual --> Offset Mode Sign --> CPU VCORE Offset Voltage

Thanks so much in advance.
Edited by consequential - 5/16/12 at 7:43pm
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post #806 of 6497
The problem is that you're overclocking your CPU to 5.4GHz (43x125).

At 1.3v, you can try 4.5GHz (36x125) or 4.625GHz (37x125) but that may need a little more voltage.
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[EDITED: I also had the wrong BLCK in item 1, should have been 125 not 127]
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The problem is that you're overclocking your CPU to 5.4GHz (43x125).
At 1.3v, you can try 4.5GHz (36x125) or 4.625GHz (37x125) but that may need a little more voltage.

Hey, sorry about that! I meant to put 37 NOT 43 as the multiplier in items 1 and 2. I'll correct them now. So it was only 37.

Also, in the screenshots I have posted, I'm only trying for 43 with everything else stock, aka 100 BCLK and CPU Strap @ auto.
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post #808 of 6497
Try enabling CPU Clock Gen Filter. Instead of using an offset voltage, try inputting it manually. And what is your LLC set to?

FYI you can press F12 to save the photos to a USB flash drive (instead of taking them with a camera wink.gif).
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Try enabling CPU Clock Gen Filter. Instead of using an offset voltage, try inputting it manually. And what is your LLC set to?
FYI you can press F12 to save the photos to a USB flash drive (instead of taking them with a camera wink.gif).

LLC is set to Auto right now and I changed the CPU vcore to 1.35. I also enabled CPU Clock Gen Filter. All settings in Ai Tweaker--> DIGI+ Power Control are default right now.

What should I do now? Do I have any hope of 4300 or higher? Thanks for the screenshot tip too.
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post #810 of 6497
With LLC, try High or Ultra-High.

See if all of this allows you to POST at 4.5GHz at least. wave2.gif
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