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This didn't quite turned out the way i hoped for.

After approx. 7 hours Prime it gave me a BSOD code 124 so i turned it off went back to work and will give it another try tonight WITH the long and short term adjustments.
post #12 of 13
The long and short term adjustments may not help you unfortunately, while they will keep you at constant clock speed under load, they will not make you "more" stable. In fact it will actually make you less stable since you will be running hotter with more wattage being pushed through consistently. I don't think you'll be able to sit stable at 1.3x volts, I'm at 1.465 but then again all chips are different. I'm using an NH-D14 and my temps are great at Idle and under Full Load, but anything below 1.45 shouldn't be able to keep you stable at 5 Ghz the golden chips may run low 1.4's but usually it's 1.45-1.49 or even higher.

Good Luck, Nick
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Thanks Nick,

i kinda figured that out allready biggrin.gif i set my settings back to when it was stable @ 4.6 Ghz. i need to go away for a while for work so i won't be able to take the time to OC thorougly but when i do get back in a week or 2 i will follow the guide Munaim1 made thumb.gif, regarding PLL and Vtt adjustments and will start allover again rolleyes.gif

anyways, my problem isn't solved just yet but atleast i have my FSB at 100 biggrin.gif

thanks anyway and i'll get back soon to annoy you all
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