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Overclocking my Fx6300, Going Really well but need more advice on voltages.

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Running on This board;

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128514






And those are the two relevant Bios screens.

Temps and performance seems spot on, amazing actually first try to 4.6ghz, with;

+0.200 CPU voltage
+0.050 NB Core
1.175 NB Voltage

And 2200 NB frequency, with Ram under XMP 1600mhz.

I was doing intel burn tests at 1024mb, and only clocking in at a stable low 38C on my H60. Noise wise which is more the comfortable.
My goal is to stably overclock around there but I was having some Strange issues I definitely wasn't use to.

- My internet was all the suddenly intermittent and hiccuping like crazy, many things were having problems connecting, but it would turn on and off/Reset to default 3.5ghz and everythings fine now.
-Windows Experience index failed to run, said it couldn't load the Video test or something along that nature.
- Core voltages seemed a little inconsistent while doing burns, at least at lower clocks I tried like 4.3ghz etc (32C loaded... lol)


This is being cooled in my Corsair 300R, and by my single fan H60 xD... so from sounds of other peoples overclocks this is running extremely cool, under normal conditions it only hits 25C peak.
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I dont think you mean internet, more like flashhplayer movies, its the NB bump the volts up a bit. I had the same issue for months, till i finally figured it out this week. If i dropped the NB multi to keep it below 2200 it was fine soon as i went over, you tube videos would stutter, my Pc tv tuner display would do odd things though my flight sim was happy. NB doesnt appear to do much as far as i can see, unlike the old 1090t etc.
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I mean internet, no webpages would load tried loading into a few games it was extremely hiccupy. Could watch my steam downloads go up and down pulsing few seconds on and off
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Have CPU volts at 1.475 for 4.6 Gig, try bumping up NB voltage not CPU nb , to 1.185 or so
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CPU voltage was steady around 1.425 at 4.6, but its difficult for me to tell the voltage since bloody gigabyte had to use a addition system which isn't bad just hard to see what some of the real time voltages are.


And is that NB Voltage or Core? I imagine voltage, and or what should I have Core clocked to?
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