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My 6800 a10 clocked at 4.5 stable kick ass
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Dead serious man. I might be new to the overclocking, but i was under the impression that this would be the place to expand my knowledge.
Criticism is to be expected regardless to where you post. Just be thankful it wasn't a Intel fanboy going off topic with the usual "AMD sucks man buy Intel".
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My 6800 a10 clocked at 4.5 stable kick ass
I can do about 4.5 GHz @ 1.45v with my 6800k I do believe, it takes about 1.50v to get it to 4.8 GHz stable. Tho I don't really need the extra overclock, as it already runs every game I play maxed out. Mine turbo's up to 4.3 - 4.4 GHz all the time because its water cooled.
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Criticism is to be expected regardless to where you post. Just be thankful it wasn't a Intel fanboy going off topic with the usual "AMD sucks man buy Intel".

Well tbh i bought a cheap rig with integrated graphics for a reason. If i burn it all out learning to overclock, oh well. Better than an I7. But out of curiosity what is a mosfet?


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WhatS your graphics speed on the CPU bumped mine to 975mhz 38c idle 49c load. I have monster fans blowing push pull on the cm 212
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WhatS your graphics speed on the CPU bumped mine to 975mhz 38c idle 49c load. I have monster fans blowing push pull on the cm 212
I can run my iGPU at 1086 MHz on the stock volts completely stable. I think I can do the next bump up also 11XX MHz too on the stock iGPU volts completely stable. I can't remember exactly the clock speed, but it was over 1100 MHz that I can do stable on my iGPU without touching any volts.
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I can run my iGPU at 1086 MHz on the stock volts completely stable. I think I can do the next bump up also 11XX MHz too on the stock iGPU volts completely stable. I can't remember exactly the clock speed, but it was over 1100 MHz that I can do stable on my iGPU without touching any volts.
Hmmmm you notice a decent performance gain? How bout your ram?
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Hmmmm you notice a decent performance gain? How bout your ram?
The performance in iGPU clock speeds were negligible compared to memory speed. Each bump in memory clock speed, offers twice the performance gain over a bump in iGPU core speed.
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The performance in iGPU clock speeds were negligible compared to memory speed. Each bump in memory clock speed, offers twice the performance gain over a bump in iGPU core speed.
i have Dom plats 2133 heard you couldn't overclock them too much. Idk how far up you think they go
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Ok. I think Jamin is just playing games.

Dont see where you are getting this from. Seems like valid questions for someone new to overclocking in my opinion.




You could be having crashing problems from too high of temperature. Voltage will affect stability as higher speeds need more voltage, but voltage also increases heat by quite a bit (frequency does too but not to the same extent) and too much heat will make a CPU unstable as well as if it has too little or too much voltage. it seems like you didnt get a great overclocking chip, which happens to people sometimes. I would just recommend trying to get your CPU stable at something like 4.2GHz on all the cores instead. See if that is doable and on how little voltage you can do it.

Mosfet's are part of the voltage regulation system that sends power to the CPU. They get hot, really hot. Sometimes even hotter than the CPU itself. A heatsink and/or fan blowing on them is always preferable when overclocking. Usually they are to the left side of the CPU socket area, and sometimes also above the CPU socket as well, especially when motherboards add on lots of phases. MSI lately has been known to have terrible VRM section that dies at even stock speeds and voltage sometimes, overclocking just makes it much more likely. For a quality board stick to Gigabyte or ASUS. AS Rock makes some good cheap hardware but their bios is always incredibly lacking in development. and their QC can be questionable too.





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i have Dom plats 2133 heard you couldn't overclock them too much. Idk how far up you think they go

Your right now days you normally cant. The first releases of the models usually overclock like mad. Corsair has liked to grab attention with one of their products and get it popular for being able to overclock well, or be well overbuilt and well regulated on the PSU's or have great speed and stability in their SSDs, etc. Then as always Corsair does their famous bait and switch and changes out the parts or manufacturer to something else to save money which also ruins the OC potential or quality of the product and they dont tell anyone or change the model at all, people just suddenly realize that their products dont OC well anymore, or are having much higher failure rates of recent.
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