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That I didn't know. Maybe I'll stick with 4.86Ghz for now seeing it gives excellent temps and only 1.48675v.

Kalistoval is right. See quick example:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1494064/ibt-vs-prime95-when-your-validation-is-shattered
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post #812 of 1092
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Socket up to 81°C
CPU at 75°C
I thought the maximum stable temperature for daily use is 60C?

And, that the maximum voltage that is safe is 1.51 for FX chips.
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Yes it's too hot for a 24/7 use, but then it only gets this hot under stresstesting
But under normal conditions it would reach 90°C what is 5° over shutdown : /
So it's not useable
Socket 24/7 save should be 75°C
Package around 65°C
This are the values I aim for

1.51V?

I can't say for sure, but even under optimized standards and offset voltage it easily reaches 1.55V

edit: not exactly right, I aim for 800 point in Cinebench ^^ if it does it with only 1 V and 30°C I am fine with this
but for the moment I am stuck around 790 points


Edited by Yamie - 11/1/15 at 7:11pm
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post #814 of 1092
I noticed a substantial drop in my Cinebench score when I switched from 8-8-8-24-1 4GB of RAM to 9-9-9-27-1 16GB, unfortunately. I was also using a 238 BCLK at the time rather than 225.

The new RAM doesn't want to let me do CAS 8 but it's happy to run above its rated speed (1800+ rather than 1600), oddly enough.
post #815 of 1092
I experienced something like this

Whenever I do a bench, and i used the fsb I scored better.

4,7ghz only multi, fsb 200, ram 1866 9 - 10 - 9 - 27 - 42 ~ 725 points
4,7ghz fsb 230, ram 1840 9 - 10 - 9 - 27 - 42 (same speed in maxxmem2) ~ 750 points
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post #816 of 1092
When you raise the FSB, your NB speed increases as well. That would help explain what you are seeing. Cause I know that just FSB increase with all else the same WON'T make that much of a difference in score.
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post #817 of 1092
I know, and I don't understand it ^^
I just see the results but can't explain it, but it's only around a 4,7 ghz area, above 5 there isn't any difference in my benchmarks

With FSB 230 I set HT to 2520 and CPU/NB Frequency is set around 2230
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post #818 of 1092
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I thought the maximum stable temperature for daily use is 60C?

And, that the maximum voltage that is safe is 1.51 for FX chips.

This is somewhat true, although the real maximum stable temp stated by AMD for FX should be:

CPU = 72c
Cores = 62c

you can go beyond this maximum temperatures, but only by a few degrees, after that, the CPU failsafe will activate and shut down your PC.

But going beyond that will only degrade your chip faster and give you more problems than benefits. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

As for the Volts, well you can really use more voltage than 1.51. In the end it's a matter of how good you can cool your chip, because the main problem with more voltage is temperatures.

that's why you can see here chips going beyond 1.55+ tongue.gif

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I've been doing 1.608 stress test on fx4300 4.8ghz
Once i got 9370 it clocked to well and I am only doing this
http://valid.x86.fr/pzrxm6

970 motherboard means 5ghz is unstable at any voltages lol
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that's why you can see here chips going beyond 1.55+
What about electromigration from high voltages?
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