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Long time lurker here, I have read this thread since day two I think. I have a 980 BE in my rig, and built it in hopes of putting Bulldozer in it, and found out that they were not too good. Just need the money to put the 8370 in it now, that's what I want. I have my 980 clocked at 4.2ghz 24/7 stable, just by reading this thread and listening to the guy's on here, and what they have gone through to get what they have gotten on their chips. They really know their stuff. Thank you Orkinman, you know how you are, GD-80 for the win. I write this only to tell you that you are really better to start off down low with your OC, and gradually work your way up!!! This way, you will learn your chip, and know what it needs to make it stable!!! It will let you know the limits of your board, and your chip, and help in the possibilities of not getting corruptions in your OS. It takes a little bit of time, but you will be far better off in the end. Trust me, these guy's know their sh**.The only other thing I think I can safely say is, I think that your boards is a 6+2 board, so be very careful on the cpu voltage end, because these chips really require an 8+2 board or better to overclock in the 4.6ghz range.

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I got 300Mhz, tried for 320 and nope.......tried for 350 (thinking 320 might have been a black spot) and nope.

I might pick it up again at some point and try a little harder but i ain't getting close to yours......congrats mate thumb.gif

Btw, downloaded a new copy of IBT....running it now......lets see what happens....

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Thanks mate.

320 is a dead spot on mine. 350 does it but needs to lower some attached clocks. By the way, 375 is done within Windows. thumb.gif

I might try shooting for more tomorrow. Talking about disabling cores and stuff. biggrin.gif

Some guys here seem to have more experience with FSB clocking then I have, at least with Vishera's.

Should I ditch the multi only and focus on FSB?
So far I know my board likes: 225, 254, 267.

Not tried much else. Cpu-nb is okay up to 2800 ish
    
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I got 300Mhz, tried for 320 and nope.......tried for 350 (thinking 320 might have been a black spot) and nope.

I might pick it up again at some point and try a little harder but i ain't getting close to yours......congrats mate thumb.gif

Btw, downloaded a new copy of IBT....running it now......lets see what happens....

Thanks mate.

320 is a dead spot on mine. 350 does it but needs to lower some attached clocks. By the way, 375 is done within Windows. thumb.gif

I might try shooting for more tomorrow. Talking about disabling cores and stuff. biggrin.gif

Ahhh....figured it might have been something like that tongue.gif

on the positive side of things though:



No shutdown! biggrin.gif

Guess that copy of IBT just went bad tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by STW1911 View Post

Long time lurker here, I have read this thread since day two I think. I have a 980 BE in my rig, and built it in hopes of putting Bulldozer in it, and found out that they were not too good. Just need the money to put the 8370 in it now, that's what I want. I have my 980 clocked at 4.2ghz 24/7 stable, just by reading this thread and listening to the guy's on here, and what they have gone through to get what they have gotten on their chips. They really know their stuff. Thank you Orkinman, you know how you are, GD-80 for the win. I write this only to tell you that you are really better to start off down low with your OC, and gradually work your way up!!! This way, you will learn your chip, and know what it needs to make it stable!!! It will let you know the limits of your board, and your chip, and help in the possibilities of not getting corruptions in your OS. It takes a little bit of time, but you will be far better off in the end. Trust me, these guy's know their sh**.The only other thing I think I can safely say is, I think that your boards is a 6+2 board, so be very careful on the cpu voltage end, because these chips really require an 8+2 board or better to overclock in the 4.6ghz range.

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Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

I got 300Mhz, tried for 320 and nope.......tried for 350 (thinking 320 might have been a black spot) and nope.

I might pick it up again at some point and try a little harder but i ain't getting close to yours......congrats mate thumb.gif

Btw, downloaded a new copy of IBT....running it now......lets see what happens....

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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Thanks mate.

320 is a dead spot on mine. 350 does it but needs to lower some attached clocks. By the way, 375 is done within Windows. thumb.gif

I might try shooting for more tomorrow. Talking about disabling cores and stuff. biggrin.gif

Some guys here seem to have more experience with FSB clocking then I have, at least with Vishera's.

Should I ditch the multi only and focus on FSB?
So far I know my board likes: 225, 254, 267.

Not tried much else. Cpu-nb is okay up to 2800 ish

fsb clocking is generally a little quicker than pure Multi but also harder to get fully stable.

give it a go and see what happens smile.gif
 
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Some guys here seem to have more experience with FSB clocking then I have, at least with Vishera's.

Should I ditch the multi only and focus on FSB?
So far I know my board likes: 225, 254, 267.

Not tried much else. Cpu-nb is okay up to 2800 ish

Get the best of both.

I would suggest you try the known good values first. I base mine on FSB values that correspond to a standard Memory Clock.

229 or 268 for 2133, 235 for 1866. 250 for 2333 or 2000. To name a few. For a simple reason, I can just copy some known RAM timings to allow the System to boot and/or minimise RAM impact in case it doesn't boot.

From there, tweak forward. thumb.gif

BTW, those FSB clocks are just for the shootout and never meant to be useful. biggrin.gif
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Any ideas why i seem to only be able to change the multiplier for my clock speeds? Any time i drop multiplier and try to increase FSB even from 200 ro 201 it doesnt take. It saves the multiplier but does not save the rest in bios it seems.

A few days ago when i first started messing with clock speed i was playing in msi command center in windows. Oddly in that it seems to accept the new values but in the bios menu it defaults back to 200 for some reason? I cant see anything in bios that i should be enabling or disabling to allow me to do this?
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Any ideas why i seem to only be able to change the multiplier for my clock speeds? Any time i drop multiplier and try to increase FSB even from 200 ro 201 it doesnt take. It saves the multiplier but does not save the rest in bios it seems.

A few days ago when i first started messing with clock speed i was playing in msi command center in windows. Oddly in that it seems to accept the new values but in the bios menu it defaults back to 200 for some reason? I cant see anything in bios that i should be enabling or disabling to allow me to do this?

Can you post shots of your bios settings?
Maybe we can find something.

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Any ideas why i seem to only be able to change the multiplier for my clock speeds? Any time i drop multiplier and try to increase FSB even from 200 ro 201 it doesnt take. It saves the multiplier but does not save the rest in bios it seems.

A few days ago when i first started messing with clock speed i was playing in msi command center in windows. Oddly in that it seems to accept the new values but in the bios menu it defaults back to 200 for some reason? I cant see anything in bios that i should be enabling or disabling to allow me to do this?

I don't know, but I did notice in one of your screen shots that your clockspeed varied a lot. That's a little unusual for an MSI board in my experience. Asus will bounce around and always seems to give you an extra 13 to 16 MHz at any given settings....lol.
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Will do shortly when im back at the pc. Fwiw i dont know if you guys think i have been solid at this since i started posting in here but 70% of the time im not at the pc so i havent been spending nearly as much time on tweaking and testing as yoy guys might be thinking..

Im still on 4.7ghz as it seems somewhat stable. Its not perfect but it doesnt throw up errors in IBT most of the time (benny reckons could be ram or something else causing an intermittant error message in IBT sometimes). So i have left it more or less as is and been looking into other things like getting back to working on an OC for my radeon r9 360 as when i left it last i was only at +2% power limit and +4% clock speed. Its been on default setting whenever i have been messing with cpu clock speeds and whatnot though as i figure leaving it on OC settings would probably only complicate things.
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@Chopper1591 Ok.. Bios as it stands currently.

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@Chopper1591 Ok.. Bios as it stands currently.


P-state is on (I suggest turn off and turn off APM as this will mess with you trying to get stable. same with Cool n Quiet.

Drop HT link frequency to 2400
take everything off of auto and put in the base setting

Could be over volting CPU depending on how much v-drop there is

Is there any other RAM options or power options on this board other than this screen?
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@Chopper1591 Ok.. Bios as it stands currently.


P-state is on (I suggest turn off and turn off APM as this will mess with you trying to get stable. same with Cool n Quiet.

Drop HT link frequency to 2400
take everything off of auto and put in the base setting

Could be over volting CPU depending on how much v-drop there is

Is there any other RAM options or power options on this board other than this screen?

Cpu smart protection , hmm that's new compared to the GD65 GD80's of old, wonder if its OCP or heat?

If there is a version of MSI's Core Center that works with this board, that will be the simplest way to tweak your ht link speed. Unlike other software overclocking utilities, it actually works quite well, one suggestion though, reset bios to defaults EDIT : ( as far as voltage to the cpu, multiplier and ht base otherwise set ram voltage and timings in accordance to your desired overclock.) before using it. Don't use click bios when tuning. Find a mix that works using core center, then migrate those settings to Bios once you are done tweaking.
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