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post #21 of 59
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i do blend and i have my ram set correctly as far as far as what corsair says 8-8-8-24 1.5 volts
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post #22 of 59
try small 1st to rule out that your cpu is stable or not?
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post #23 of 59
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nop till on smal fft it freezes out frown.gif
should i start lowering?or what?
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post #24 of 59
and keep bumping that cpu volt up 1 step at a time until you can prime stable it! but watch your core temp and make sure it does not go over 62c

your close as far as i can tell cause you can boot into windows with the settings you have, but remember every CPU is different but almost all thuban i've seen hits 4.0 to 4.2 and with anything over 4.0 will need a heck of alot of voltage for these chips
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post #25 of 59
max safe voltage per say for these chips are 1.55
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post #26 of 59
here is mine at 4.091 with a NB at 3.039 and ram at 1864 with



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post #27 of 59
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i do what you saying now i bump the volts and retrying lets see where we ll arrive!
but i worry for only one thing if i go to high on volts i ll be able to use it for everyday gaming?will my h100 hundle it?
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post #28 of 59
like i said watch that core temp, but i'm sure that h100 will handle it just fine, probably will be on the loud side if you don't care:p

i have an NH-D14 and run it every day at 4.1, it's in my rig pictures if you care? but i do have 2 ULTRA KAZE in the case. 1 on the rear blowing out, 1 on the side panel blowing in. thumb.gif
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post #29 of 59
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like i said watch that core temp, but i'm sure that h100 will handle it just fine, probably will be on the loud side if you don't care:p

i have an NH-D14 and run it every day at 4.1, it's in my rig pictures if you care? but i do have 2 ULTRA KAZE in the case. 1 on the rear blowing out, 1 on the side panel blowing in. thumb.gif
Mate im on 1.5v atm and counting still not bright side....everytime i go boot windows it freezes!
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post #30 of 59
ok something's not right! reset the NB back to stock settings and just do the cpu for now, set your target speed and do the voltage till it boots fine into windows and see if you run small FFT prime again
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