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My voltage is at stock 1.4125. The only thing I changed was the CPU Multi from x18 to x20. I have not touched anything else.
post #12 of 29
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My voltage is at stock 1.4125. The only thing I changed was the CPU Multi from x18 to x20. I have not touched anything else.

What TIM? Perhaps try reseating using either the dot method or the "X" method and see if the temps improve.
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post #13 of 29
FYI I was using the same cooler on the FX 4100 a 4.4ghz, I was getting to around 66c on full load.

Check my Sig, should have the Cpu-z voltage, I'd appreciate it if you could tell me what it is as i'm at work and I cant view the CPU-z report thumb.gif

Tv
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post #14 of 29
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What TIM? Perhaps try reseating using either the dot method or the "X" method and see if the temps improve.



I will try resetting? What is the dot and x method that you mentioned? What is TIM?
post #15 of 29
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FYI I was using the same cooler on the FX 4100 a 4.4ghz, I was getting to around 66c on full load.
Check my Sig, should have the Cpu-z voltage, I'd appreciate it if you could tell me what it is as i'm at work and I cant view the CPU-z report thumb.gif
Tv


Mine got up to 70c while running Prime. I will post back afther I reseat it.
post #16 of 29
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I will try resetting? What is the dot and x method that you mentioned? What is TIM?

TIM = Thermal Compound

I hope you know what that is, because if you aren't using it you'll have terrible temps.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4

Video showing difference methods ^ The "X" method is near the end of the video.
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post #17 of 29
Reseating the cooler worked. My temps while running p95 went from 70c to 58c.Testing my cpu at 4.2 ghz atm. As for thermal paste I use MX-2.thumb.gif
post #18 of 29
The FX-4100's seem to be the best overclockers out of the FX series. Most of them hit 4.5GHz range without much trouble. Just make sure you do your research and dont pump too much juice into that chip, other then that its really a guessing game. No one can tell you what your chip will run at, as it varies from chip to chip. Yours might run at 4.2GHz solid, mine might run at 4.5GHz stable, the next guys might run at 4.8GHz stable. I seen 4.7GHz on 1.472v so 4.5GHz seems practical at 1.450v. So I would set the multiplyer to 22.5, and the volts to 1.450. Then see if it boots up, and when in windows load up CoreTemp or some other temperature and usage monitor. Then load up Prime95 and see if your stable for 15-30 minutes. Keep an eye on your temps! If your stable then reboot back into bios and bump down the vcore just a single bump! then boot back into windows and re-do your stress testing. Keep doing this until it locks up (not enough vcore). Then go back into the bios bump the vcore back up just a single bump. Boot back into windows and load up your stress testing tools. This time let them run for 2+ hours as long as your temperatures are perfectly acceptable. If you lock up in the time between, reboot, bump up vcore 1 bump, and restart the stress testing cycle again. It will take you a couple of days to figure out exactly where your processor sits happy. After you do some of this tweaking and testing post your stable results here.
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post #19 of 29
Does anyone know why, when I manually set the V core at say 1.5V, it exceeds this voltage when i run prime 95 by maybe 0.04v, it seems to always go +0.04v on top of whatever I manually set the voltage at.

I'm at 4.5ghz at 1.54 at the minute, not ideal at all.
post #20 of 29
what do you have you LLC set at?
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