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That's way too much vcore for such a tiny overclock, you should be able to achieve 3.3ghz on stock volts(1.2v). 1.44v should get you into 4+ghz territory, my 960T is currently unlocked to an X6 @ 3.8ghz 1.31v
I havent increased my Vcore yet rolleyes.gif\

and stock volt are 1.375 if i remember correctly not 1.2v ?



im just raising the FSB slightly waiting for a Bsod....
     
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I havent increased my Vcore yet rolleyes.gif\

and stock volt are 1.375 if i remember correctly not 1.2v ?



im just raising the FSB slightly waiting for a Bsod....


Those volts are way high. Stock volt for a 960T like mine are 1.225 and 1.35 turbo( At least that is what setting voltages to auto gives me). You would be better off just resetting bios and making sure turbo is enabled at least then you'd have 3 ghz - 3.4ghz turbo at much lower voltages.  I have 3.78ghz @ 1.385 vcore stable as stock. FSB is 210 I think and 18 or 18.5 multi( Its been so long since I've looked and I'm to lazy to do the math, hehe!) My cpu/nb is 2520 and my ram divider is to 1400mhz with 8-8-8-28 timings. I have my ht at 2100 with no problems ,but I wouldn't go more than that. I could drop it back down to 1920 or something close to that, but it hasn't made any real difference in stability as far as I can tell. After 3.8ghz I have to really feed the volts to it to get it prime stable so I just keep it at what it is since it is so cool at these settings, 33*c while folding. Of course I'm liquid cooled now, I did have this with my hyper 212+ @ around the same maybe 2-3*c warmer. I would definitely try to lower those volts some. Oh and here is some inspiration, and some real world stuff here ~~>.

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Those volts are way high. Stock volt for a 960T like mine are 1.225 and 1.35 turbo( At least that is what setting voltages to auto gives me). You would be better off just resetting bios and making sure turbo is enabled at least then you'd have 3 ghz - 3.4ghz turbo at much lower voltages.  I have 3.78ghz @ 1.385 vcore stable as stock. FSB is 210 I think and 18 or 18.5 multi( Its been so long since I've looked and I'm to lazy to do the math, hehe!) My cpu/nb is 2520 and my ram divider is to 1400mhz with 8-8-8-28 timings. I have my ht at 2100 with no problems ,but I wouldn't go more than that. I could drop it back down to 1920 or something close to that, but it hasn't made any real difference in stability as far as I can tell. After 3.8ghz I have to really feed the volts to it to get it prime stable so I just keep it at what it is since it is so cool at these settings, 33*c while folding. Of course I'm liquid cooled now, I did have this with my hyper 212+ @ around the same maybe 2-3*c warmer. I would definitely try to lower those volts some. Oh and here is some inspiration, and some real world stuff here ~~>.


Good lucks:thumb:


Yea thanks

Just to get things clear. Your CPU-z is that when on full-load ? Running prime95 or someother stress tester?
I only take screenshots when CPU is running on Full Load!

Because i have not touched the Voltage in the BIOS!??
Should my voltage not increase when i run a stress test? Its the same as your CPU-z Screenshot voltage when i *DONT* run at full load. It only is going up when im starting stress-test(s)




How do i lower my voltage or what could be raising my voltage? (Turbo = Off/ QnC= Off / LLC= Disabled now) stil going to 1.44Vcore when i run stress tests.....

So how can i fix this rolleyes.gif?













Ps. i think this topic is too old, i need some help finding my systems limits and this Vcore isseu mad.gif Making a fresh topic to keep overview might be better tongue.gif


I want to close this topic!!

New topic at : http://www.overclock.net/t/1397476/960t-overclocking-need-helping-with-ram-motherboard-limits
Edited by Barbecuesaus - 6/4/13 at 4:53am
     
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