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Hi all,

I've been posting in the overclock thread a lot but felt it is best I make a separate post for my issues rather than add pages and pages to the other thread.


I'm currently trying to stabalize an overclock to 4856mhz.. I've noticed that almost every configuration I try I end up with failed 12k tests. 8k tests pass just fine and I can get well into prime blend before I get any issues. When I do get issues its worker#5 stopping due to 100 warnings of illegal sumout. Core temperatures stay below 55C and socket temperatures are only maxing around 71C and typicall don't go above 67C.

Currently.

fsb/multi: 220x22 for 4840mhz

Vcore: 1.48125
CPU/NB: 1.36250
DRAM: 1.520
NB: 1.2
VDDA: 2.6

Settings in guide are set, except Tprobe and cpu power duty are set to extreme

When I up the voltage to 1.49 or above I get random hard lockups. I haven't gotten any blue screens, just purely lockups.

I currently have the case open close to the window and I'm blowing very cold air directly on the board. I can place my hand on the heatsinks and don't even feel that they are warm (we were talking 31F air blowing onto it overnight)

I believe figuring out what is causing the lockups should be the first step but I'm not sure where to start. If I can't get anymore voltage into this thing I doubt I'm going to get rid of these 12k test errors.

Any idea why 12k is being so hard on me vs 8k etc?
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Seems like a memory error, try messing with your CAS settings and try to stabilize. I actually had a similiar issue with my 6300, I couldn't get it to pass at blend test when it was testing 640k, what I did was raise CPU VDDA to 2.64-2.65 and now it passes all blend size smile.gif
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Memory is @ 735.8mhz

9 9 9 25 33 and most likely 1T


I'm pretty terrible when it comes to memory timings, I've read a ton etc and I've just been basing them off of my SPD tab in CPU-z and other timings I found on internet.

Aren't these timings already considered loose?

What suggestions would there be around altering these timings?
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Trial and error smile.gif
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Well on to my latest issue which came out of nowhere, well as far as I know...

When running prime my cores stay at max clock until socket temps hit around 62C at that point for some reason it starts changing the core clock.

Why all of a sudden is this thing throttling me? My bus speed is 260, even only giving cpu/nb 1.2V and ram 1.45 it still throttles. I can't see the VRMs being overheated all of a sudden...

Any comments?
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Make sure you have HPC enabled in bios.
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yah it's still doing it. No idea what's going on. I installed amd overdrive to play with it then uninstalled, wonder if it leaves any settings behind.
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