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post #21 of 30
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Originally Posted by Schmuckley View Post

What motherboard is that? I see it's MSI...ninja.gif You need to fill out the rigbuilder n stuff.The RAM should be fine @ 1600-1920Mhz.Umm I'd take out 2 sticks of RAM..stresses the memory controller more with all slots filled.Also it'd be good to know what kind of Power supply you have..model # etc..link on newegg is good biggrin.gif


msi fxa 990 gd65 : http://www.msi.com/product/mb/990FXA-GD65.html with latest BIOs


The PSU is a corsair. (I wrote 650 before, but its 600w)
http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.aspx?sku=758541



Just tried the stresstest and got bluescreen again. I tried googling the error code, but didnt get anything on it. Maybe I got something wrong. So...conclusion:


I raised the cpu nb volt to 1.3

lowered ram to 1066

raised the cpu volt to 1.47.

went to 4ghz thru multiplier.

and I still get bsod.
post #22 of 30
Yeah keep same volts for ram for now. Timings well u can keep 9-9-9 26 for now cuz u just wanna make sure RAM and IMC isnt causing the trouble
If u wanna set all timmings what i usually do is, for example, set RAM to 1600 and put all timmings auto, then read them(in windows through aida-motherboard-chipset) then enter them back in bios manually(not auto) and set 1333 for speed. This way u get loose timmings for 1333 speed and u re fine when u raise base clock.

As for raising multi or fsb well ppl seem to get a bit of extra stability if NB freq follows oc (to a point ofc theres a limit to how far u can raise NB freq and have it stable)

So might not be bad idea to try raising u re cpu fsb frequency. It raises u re nb freq automatically. I guess try that see if it gives u that little extra u need for 4.0 (ofc drop a multi a bit few steps and make up for it with fsb raising)

EDIT:
interesting review on http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sabertooth-990fx-990fxa-ud7-990fxa-gd80,3068-17.html
regarding u re MB. They say "Gigabyte forces us to make our push from the DDR3-1866 ratio by increasing reference clock, and both Gigabyte and MSI even drop that capability with four modules installed."
So 4 modules on msi board do cause it apparently to lose its 1866 multi and they mention NB freq on msi MB "MSI’s apparent misfortune is caused by boot failures whenever we attempted to manually lower its CPU-NB ratio, which climbed past the edge of stability in “Auto” mode as we pushed up the CPU base clock."
It doesnt necessery mean anything though.
Any luck getting closer to 4.0 stable
Edited by zvrk22 - 11/21/12 at 6:36pm
post #23 of 30
I suggest first just trying to use the multiplier and keep your ram around 1600 or a tad lower. Voltage only needs to get to 1.472v. Leave everything auto. I did 18.5 by 217. And see what you get. Messing with all the other stuff can come later as fine tuning. Cause t1100 is a joke to get to 4.0ghz.
post #24 of 30
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Thanks for all the help and feedback guys.

It failed the 4ghz thru multiplier. BSOD.

Now Iv raised the FSB to 217mhz and lowered multiplier to 18.5 I think. It gives me 4Ghz anyways..

I have the cpu nb at 1.3 v
cpu volt at 1.47
dram volt at 1.5
ram at 1066 (but it gets a bit clocked from fsb increase).


I want to set my NB volt to something, I dont want to keep it at automatic since my cpu volt went up to 1.53 (unclocked) when being set at automatic I wanna set nb voltage to make sure that it doesnt get boosted to crazy amounts.

Any ideas on what to set the nb volt at?

EDIT: Got this off and other forum: "NB vid can increase 1.1750 maksimum and standard 1.150" Sounds reasonable? Like I said, I just want to make sure the mobo isnt going "crazymode" on any voltage.
Edited by crazyponytail - 11/22/12 at 3:37am
post #25 of 30
Yes u re auto voltages even at stock seem pretty high. NB voltage isnt same as CPU NB voltage. NB voltage shouldnt go over 1.2V CPU NB voltage can be raised to about 1.4 max but high voltage on CPU NB voltage or NB voltage can cause instability.

So 1.175 or 1.150 seem perfectly fine go ahead and try it. Like i said high voltage can cause instability too so maybe thats causing u trouble.

I didnt get what u finally achived u said through multi isnt stable what about with fsb + multi u wrote

"Now Iv raised the FSB to 217mhz and lowered multiplier to 18.5 I think. It gives me 4Ghz anyways..
"
but u didnt say if its stable or not.

Good luck and stay patient, even after u get cpu oced u still got to play with nb freq for extra boost and set u re RAM to higher speed and tighter timmings.
post #26 of 30
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Originally Posted by zvrk22 View Post

Yes u re auto voltages even at stock seem pretty high. NB voltage isnt same as CPU NB voltage. NB voltage shouldnt go over 1.2V CPU NB voltage can be raised to about 1.4 max but high voltage on CPU NB voltage or NB voltage can cause instability.
So 1.175 or 1.150 seem perfectly fine go ahead and try it. Like i said high voltage can cause instability too so maybe thats causing u trouble.
I didnt get what u finally achived u said through multi isnt stable what about with fsb + multi u wrote
"Now Iv raised the FSB to 217mhz and lowered multiplier to 18.5 I think. It gives me 4Ghz anyways..
"
but u didnt say if its stable or not.
Good luck and stay patient, even after u get cpu oced u still got to play with nb freq for extra boost and set u re RAM to higher speed and tighter timmings.


Yeah I know that nb volt isnt the same as cpu nb. But its good that you made it clear if that was the situation anyways wink.gif


Yeah, I can idle on these settings, I havent done the blend test, I wanted to get ur point on the nb volt as I want to set that before doing the blend test (im pretty sure it will BSOD anyways).


Im going to set the nb volt to 1.175 and then im going blend test.

Will update asap.

EDIT: And again, thanks for all the help guys.

2nd EDIT: Failed the stress test @ 4ghz thru 217MHz bus speed. Keep getting this BSOD error msg: 0x0000003b (0x00000000c0000005,0xfffff80002f04d6f,0xfffff8800b7ecd70,0x0000000000000000) Cant find it on google.


popesmiley.png3rd EDIT: I am stresstesting atm with only 4 cores @ 4GHz. My max temp is 40 degrees celsius. I have a good feeling about this. wink.gifSnorkle.gif
Edited by crazyponytail - 11/22/12 at 5:42am
post #27 of 30
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Stable at 4GHz. (OR AT LEAST 30 - 35 minutes stable at blend test)

I disabled 2 cores. That seem to have been the problem. Now I need to adjust nb freq and lower my Fu%% cpu-volt ;D.

post #28 of 30
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Hmm, now im having FPS problems when playing dota 2. My temps are fine, but I actually got lower FPS from this clock, any ideas? I need to raise the nb freq maybe?


EDIT: I raised cpu nb freq to 2800MHz and lowered cpu volt to 1.45 and cpu-nb to about 1.25. Now I have nice FPS. I also notice that his cpu boost gave me alot better fps in dota 2. So I was right that my cpu was bottlenecking the cpu before. I havent tested if I get a stable blend test on these settings yet, but im guessing I will. I will do a blend test later and update. Kind of weird that the problem was 6 cores. ^^ Random.
Edited by crazyponytail - 11/22/12 at 7:53am
post #29 of 30
To also help with FPS is get a OC program for the GPU. Something like MSI Afterburner or if there is a different one for ATI. You can OC the card without bios and test too. For good OC settings for your Radeon 6870 hit the 6800 club for other peoples settings and go off that.

But kinda odd that you have to turn off 2 cores. That doesn't seem right. Straight up affects overall performance. Yea 4 cores is all you really need atm but 6 helps out alot. I do know when I tried to do NB over 2600 it failed my second core. And since then I haven't really gotten around to finding out why. Or OCing the NB beyond auto levels.
post #30 of 30
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The clock still seems stable.

I got fps problems I had disapeared when I raised the nb freq to 2800mhz.

I will try to overclock my card as well, thanks for the tip wink.gif
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