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post #21 of 36
underclock your ram. Phenom II do not play well with ram over 1333.
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post #22 of 36
As bencher stated, it would be a good idea to keep your ram frequency at 1333, DRAM frequency should be right around 666MHz in cpu-z as a result (half of 1333). Try 9-9-9-25-34 for your timings and make sure the ram is at 1.5v (JEDEC #4). And yes, you will need more voltage try 1.4v for 3.7GHz. If its not stable, continually bump up the voltage until you hit 1.45v, if you can't get 3.7GHz on that voltage then you must have a setting wrong, or you must just have a bad chip.
Edited by MyFaceHole - 3/11/13 at 7:26pm
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Read the Gappo guide again...and do everything in order..the order is important..
MOst AMD chips will go unstable if the cores get hotter than 55c..
prime95 for extended periods is not necessary...
Do 3 runs of IBT to test stability....just 3..
If you feel you must put the screws to your hardware some more..run Hyper-Pi 32m twice.
 
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In the BIOS, it's set at 1.435 I don't know why it shows it different on CPUZ because that's not what I set it at.
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In the BIOS, it's set at 1.435 I don't know why it shows it different on CPUZ because that's not what I set it at.
I have an Asrock board as well and I have the same thing... but kind of opposite, I think its an offset because the LLC does the opposite of what it is suppose to do on my specific board. I have my voltage set to 1.4625 and it registers at 1.488v idle and 1.504 with load. Just set the voltage equal to the difference so you get it around 1.4v~.
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post #26 of 36
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Well, I have it set on 1/2 I believe (which is what the motherboard told me to put it at). I didn't know what that was until now. Thanks a bunch! I'll give it a go with under clocking my ram.
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Derp, I read the BIOS wrong. I was supposed to have it disabled for AM3 and at half for AM3+. Guess I need to figure out the voltages again.

Edit:

http://valid.canardpc.com/2729655

Those are the settings now, and so far so good. Voltage is set at 1.4 (goes up to 1.41 on load sometimes).
Edited by Kether - 3/13/13 at 10:39pm
post #28 of 36
You might want to decrease the QPI (HT) link back to 2000mhz.
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It seemed to stabilize it a bit. Any reason to take it back to 2000?
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It seemed to stabilize it a bit. Any reason to take it back to 2000?

The sweet spot is between 2.0-2.2GHZ HT Anything higher and performance can decrease, even though you might not notice it.

EDIT: There was a review somewhere.... I'll have to look for it, but there was a saying that 2.4GHz gave better performance than stock, anything higher resulted in poor performance.

Can't find the source, I'll have to make my own benchmarks and post results shortly.
Edited by Atomfix - 3/14/13 at 3:44am
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