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Haha Ty very much for all your feedbacks I will try under volting it some more n hopefully I might be able to get it a little lower so far I've noticed 5c lower temps On a corsair h80 cooler
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Quote:
Originally Posted by IDavidRawr View Post

Haha Ty very much for all your feedbacks I will try under volting it some more n hopefully I might be able to get it a little lower so far I've noticed 5c lower temps On a corsair h80 cooler

240 FBS is pretty high, what is your memory at?
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post #13 of 33
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Strangely enough it's at 1599mhz I'm using 16 gb of corsair vengeance rated at 1600mhz 1.5 volts
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post #14 of 33
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Lol yeah unfortunately I'm still a beginner and wasn't aware that 240fbs was high will there be any problems if it is raised that high? Does having it higher raise the CPU temps?
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post #15 of 33
240 is perfectly fine for these chips. It's not even that high to be honest, but using the base clock to overclock will also raise your ram and north bridge speed. Something to keep an eye on.
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post #16 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by IDavidRawr View Post

Strangely enough it's at 1599mhz I'm using 16 gb of corsair vengeance rated at 1600mhz 1.5 volts
are you sure?
to get 1600mhz with a 240 HTT your multiplier would be 6.66 repeating
1600/240=6.66
are you even able to set that as a multiplier?
you may very well be running 240x8=1920 which is the standard multiplier.
what does cpu-z say as your bios may not show it as 1920 because it just reads
the multiplier which is 8 and assumes your HTT is at 200 which calculates 1600mhz
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Lol yeah unfortunately I'm still a beginner and wasn't aware that 240fbs was high will there be any problems if it is raised that high? Does having it higher raise the CPU temps?
no
post #17 of 33
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The specs were from CPU z lol yea I had it overclocked automatically by the system turned off the turbo core and then manually set new multiplier settings and voltages
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post #18 of 33
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I have also just lowered the CPU voltage to 1.30625 hopefully it remains stable
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post #19 of 33
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@lilscrappy
From what I can see from cpuz
My dram frequency is 802.7mhz , dual channel, dc mode unganged,
NB frequency is 1926.5
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post #20 of 33
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I have no idea what any of those mean but I'm happy to upload pictures and fully appreciate your time in helping figure things out
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