Drops to his knees with his hands to the heavens........"WHY MEEEEEEEE!!!"
That sucks though. It was an expensive chip. I wonder if I can get it switched for a better one?
back on topic....
I know now not to use the ASUS stuff. I didn't realise before hand though.
I tested the current settings with P95 for 15 mins and it seemed stable. I've not tested it for a considerable amount of time yet though. I want to try dropping the voltage in very small increments until I get a decent voltage working. Ideally I'd like to try and get 4.5GHz out of it but to be completely honest, I'm not really fussed about getting a super high O/C, just a safe and stable one that isn't going to cook my chip.
I just hope I've not damaged the chip by having the auto voltage on for so long at those high voltages.