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I am by no means a "professional" overclocker, but I did get a good silicon grade chip, and honestly I spend more time in my BIOS OC'ing than in Windows compiling or gaming. But there are plenty of people that are better than I at this PedroC1999(he is open to PM's heck it says it in his sig lol) is also very good at AMD overclocks and hit 5.3 on water with his 6300.
Those are very good looking fans and will help possibly achieve a higher clock.
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I have now done overclocking settings like you have advise but i m not use load line control ultra high because cpu doesnt get enought power normal use and gaming but maximum load cpu will get enought power and it is prime95 stable. I using now load line control medium setting then cpu will get high voltage all so at mild load, i ponder is that how important use load line control ultra high settings when overclock cpu? i have now stable 4700mhz frequency and cant use load line control ultra high settings because then cpu load heat go too high and voltage go to 1,568v.
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I have now done overclocking settings like you have advise but i m not use load line control ultra high because cpu doesnt get enought power normal use and gaming but maximum load cpu will get enought power and it is prime95 stable. I using now load line control medium setting then cpu will get high voltage all so at mild load, i ponder is that how important use load line control ultra high settings when overclock cpu? i have now stable 4700mhz frequency and cant use load line control ultra high settings because then cpu load heat go too high and voltage go to 1,568v.

LLC is purely for Vdroop if you find that your board has a good enough VRM to set it to a lower setting, then by all means use it. On my board however, and many other people's boards, Ultra High seems to level Vdroop, out to be the amount of voltage that has been set in the BIOS.

If you plan on using that CPU for a long time or can't afford to replace it, for a 24/7 OC it is wise to keep the voltage set to or below 1.55v, as any higher will cause degradation of the component

Extreme or the next one after Ultra High is supposed to be used for LN2 cooling, it is not advised to use this option unless you plan on putting your voltage down just enough to boot, and then it will climb up, at least for my board an extra 0.3-0.4v when the extra voltage is needed.

If your overclock is %100 stable to your standards then enable C6 Core state and APM power saving options, this will force your CPU to draw less voltage and use less of a clock when you are not doing intensive tasks, but allow the CPU to kick back to where your overclock/voltage is when the extra voltage/frequency is going to be useful.
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Now i have tested again couble times 3dmark vantage free version and get 900 points boost with overclocked FX-4170 4700mhz and i think that my Fx-4170 performance is raised now to new level, games and net run little faster now. For my FX-4170 4700mhz best lowest voltage settings is idle 1,520v to load 1,552v and cpu seems to be fully stable now and max gaming temp is about 55°C and prime95 max temp about 65°C.

I'm getting 4720 mhz @ 1.50 volts @ llc=extreme @ 225 fsb. I want to have 4800 or 4900 mhz.


Update: I'm at 4800 mhz @ 1.560 @ llc=extreme @ 229 fsb @ ht 2200 @ nb 2000 mhz.
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I'm getting 4720 mhz @ 1.50 volts @ llc=extreme @ 225 fsb. I want to have 4800 or 4900 mhz.


Update: I'm at 4800 mhz @ 1.560 @ llc=extreme @ 229 fsb @ ht 2200 @ nb 2000 mhz.

I using now 1.504 idle to 1.536 load 4630mhz works great cant go higher overclock settings because cpu cooler what using now is not really enought powerfully higher settings, maybe later upgrade more cooling power.
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What llc do you use? My cpu doesn't get very hot. It think it in the 60s °? Sadly 4800 mhz wasn't stable for me.
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I actually got quite lucky with the FX-4170 I got;
4.8Ghz @ 1.40625/1.43625 LLC extreme
4.9Ghz @ 1.45000/1.48750 LLC extreme
5.1Ghz @ 1.50000/1.53625 LLC extreme
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Does it pay? I used to overclock my htt (fsb) but the voltage looks very nice.
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What llc do you use? My cpu doesn't get very hot. It think it in the 60s °? Sadly 4800 mhz wasn't stable for me.

Now using llc ultra high it is good because it will raising cpu voltage when cpu stress level is low like when playing games and it is important that cpu will get enought voltage all so when cpu stress level is not maximum like in games, games will not working perfectly(games can be freeze or can see some bugs in games) if cpu will not get enought voltage i have tested that myself. When cpu stress level is low it is important that cpu will get enought voltage maybe just little more what is needed is good if cpu temperature will not raising too much, example llc medium is good for my system when cpu is on idle and maximum stress but when cpu stress is mild llc medium will not raising cpu voltage enought or then must give more voltage to cpu what is needed then cpu will get all of time little too much voltage all so when cpu is idle and when overclocking to high cpu frequensy and cpu stress level is maximum cpu voltage raising too high and then cpu go too hot and can be damaged. Havent tested much llc extreme but i have that option too i can try that myself and see how good that is for heavy overclocking but llc ultra high seem to be good for 4600mhz but if overclocking over that maybe llc extreme will be better than llc ultra high but i m not sure about that.
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Now using llc ultra high it is good because it will raising cpu voltage when cpu stress level is low like when playing games and it is important that cpu will get enought voltage all so when cpu stress level is not maximum like in games, games will not working perfectly(games can be freeze or can see some bugs in games) if cpu will not get enought voltage i have tested that myself. When cpu stress level is low it is important that cpu will get enought voltage maybe just little more what is needed is good if cpu temperature will not raising too much, example llc medium is good for my system when cpu is on idle and maximum stress but when cpu stress is mild llc medium will not raising cpu voltage enought or then must give more voltage to cpu what is needed then cpu will get all of time little too much voltage all so when cpu is idle and when overclocking to high cpu frequensy and cpu stress level is maximum cpu voltage raising too high and then cpu go too hot and can be damaged. Havent tested much llc extreme but i have that option too i can try that myself and see how good that is for heavy overclocking but llc ultra high seem to be good for 4600mhz but if overclocking over that maybe llc extreme will be better than llc ultra high but i m not sure about that.

The best is llc=extreme and +0 volts because it's the most stable. Or maybe regular. But I miss my APM management in my bios. This llc is only because of the vrm protection thing.
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The best is llc=extreme and +0 volts because it's the most stable. Or maybe regular. But I miss my APM management in my bios. This llc is only because of the vrm protection thing.

How high frequensy you can get if you dont add any extra voltage using llc extreme and is your cpu fully stable then like prime95 and gaming stable?
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