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Originally Posted by sabinus View Post

I did find a workaround for the initial problem of this thread on another forum regarding another AM3+ board.
It seems that if you start AMD Overdrive -> Enable Core Boost -> Ok -> Disable Core Boost -> OK -> Check Multi (e.g. 22x for 4400 Mhz) -> Apply
It does the same: it will stop the throttling.
Still, I have Noctua NH-D14 / 27 deg. Celsius ambient and cannot run stable OCCT @ 4.5 Ghz (it goes to ~1.5 V in full load and hits 64 deg. in 2-3 minutes). Any ideas on how to reach stability? Can it be a PSU problem, I have a 5 years old 560W Sirtec active PFC 3x 12V rail 14A /23A /15A.
Quote:
Originally Posted by sabinus View Post

I did find a workaround for the initial problem of this thread on another forum regarding another AM3+ board.
It seems that if you start AMD Overdrive -> Enable Core Boost -> Ok -> Disable Core Boost -> OK -> Check Multi (e.g. 22x for 4400 Mhz) -> Apply
It does the same: it will stop the throttling.
Still, I have Noctua NH-D14 / 27 deg. Celsius ambient and cannot run stable OCCT @ 4.5 Ghz (it goes to ~1.5 V in full load and hits 64 deg. in 2-3 minutes). Any ideas on how to reach stability? Can it be a PSU problem, I have a 5 years old 560W Sirtec active PFC 3x 12V rail 14A /23A /15A.

i upgraded my psu and it didnt solve any issues...another 100$....ive been reading the the ud3 vrm's heatsink are no good and actually have been fixed on ud3 rev 4.0:mad: