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post #1 of 16
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So my thing is.
I cant overclock my CPU over 3,75 coz everytime i do i get BSOD. Its not temp issue. With primie95 running on 3.75 my temps are around 55-58C
I use crappy ASUS m4a77td mobo with latest bios (from 2010)
My current setting are
Clock to 203
x18,5
HT at 2000
Vcore at 1,52
VDDNB at 1.35v
NB at 2600
Chipset voltage at 1.25v

Any ideas how can i improve this atleast to stable 3.8 or higher?
My cooler is Scythe grand kama cross

And why my cpu needs more volts when idle or barely used comparing to when its under a full stress test? Now when im just typing this voltage jump between 1.48-1.52 and when i use prime95 it drops to 1.45
Edited by trooph - 2/10/13 at 1:48am
post #2 of 16
Is your ram set to the correct timings? And your mobo can have a lot to do with it, I fried a crappy mobo on an OC
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post #3 of 16
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Hmm i never "played" with ram timings... All i did is specified. I have 4x 2gb Patriot CL9 1333mhz.
And i just found Deneb owners club and people are running over 4ghz with CL9...
post #4 of 16
Try setting your ram timings to what the manufacturer specifies. It might help. The only BSODs I ever had were due to ram instability. I have OCed both a 965 (damn I miss that cpu) and my 1090t. Both were stable in games once I messed with ram timings.
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post #5 of 16
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So changing NB freq might help.. Gonna try this now smile.gif
post #6 of 16
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Im running on stock ram. I never did touch those. What would u recommend? Lower timings? Increase ram speed?
post #7 of 16
Run your ram at the specs the manufacturer recommends. Look up your ram for the proper timings. i.e some are 7-7-7-23. It should be something like that. The timings are also usually listed on the sticks themselves.
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post #8 of 16
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9-9-9-24 are stock
I tried 8-8-8-24 but i got BSOD when i run test.
Its definately memory issue. As i get decent temp of 54C while running prime95 at 3.8 for 5 minutes than i get BSOD. Only lowering clock to 3,75 makes it stable.
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9-9-9-24 are stock
I tried 8-8-8-24 but i got BSOD when i run test.
Its definately memory issue. As i get decent temp of 54C while running prime95 at 3.8 for 5 minutes than i get BSOD. Only lowering clock to 3,75 makes it stable.

Is 9-9-9-24 the suggested speed from the manu, or what your pc auto runs them at.
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post #10 of 16
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Suggested from manu.
I tried setting lower timings without succes. Even with lower CPU clock settings... Instant BSOD with prime95
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