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I think increasing the IMC/qpi/vtt voltage upa notch or two will help stabilizing over clocking with 4x memory sticks. That's if you bsod with 0x50 error code.
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well I did NOT Bsod with 4 sticks it would just freeze.. But I think I solved that problem.. I disassembled my PC Part by part taking the motherboard off the case and looking for loose connections and screws on the backing plate where not exposed..

What I found was a screw inside my PSU which could have caused more havoc then it did.. I flipped it over and the screw fell out I installed all the pieces and the 4 memory sticks I got back to a Stable 4.5ghz and was able to successfully run x264..

Temps are in the 55c range during the test.. I will give IBT a Run and see how that goes but the temps will prbally be a bit higher running IBT...

Once I am happy with those 2 tests I mught give P95 a run for some hours.. But according to my last test it ran stable for 8 hours and I think the screw in the PSU was causing my latter issues with the stability..
    
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Whoa. Sensitive toys we have. Wow.

 

What case do you have? Can you mount the PSU fan-side down so that there's no longer a chance of things going "screwy" again? haha

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Yeah, you always need to be careful of screws falling inside of the power supply, you're not the first one to come to that problem.
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Whoa. Sensitive toys we have. Wow.

What case do you have? Can you mount the PSU fan-side down so that there's no longer a chance of things going "screwy" again? haha


I have a CoolerMaster HAF 932 AMD Edition.. I will see IF I can mount it upside down but wont that defeat the effective cooling of the PSU??

Also I am thinking of pushing to 5.0ghz with this CPU.. I am currently at 4.5 @ 1.310v. I have a CM Hyper212+ Heatsink.. should I wait till I get the new Water cooler system for my CPU to go try and goto 5.0ghz??
    
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I have a CoolerMaster HAF 932 AMD Edition.. I will see IF I can mount it upside down but wont that defeat the effective cooling of the PSU??

 

Think about: if there's an open mesh or grill for bottom-mounting a PSU, then the PSU's fan will be pulling the cooler air from underneath the case.

 

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Also I am thinking of pushing to 5.0ghz with this CPU.. I am currently at 4.5 @ 1.310v. I have a CM Hyper212+ Heatsink.. should I wait till I get the new Water cooler system for my CPU to go try and goto 5.0ghz??

 

Absolutely. 5 GHz won't happen with that air cooler.

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Think about: if there's an open mesh or grill for bottom-mounting a PSU, then the PSU's fan will be pulling the cooler air from underneath the case.


Absolutely. 5 GHz won't happen with that air cooler.


WEll I didn't think of it like that and now looking at the case there is a mesh under so the PSU would be pushing thse air out the bottom as the fan blows upwards now.. going to turn off and reseat the PSU so things don't get dropped in there..

Also I guess I can wait till I get the new Watercooler.. I will take a not of Idle temps and under load running x264.. THNX . smile.gif
    
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WEll I didn't think of it like that and now looking at the case there is a mesh under so the PSU would be pushing thse air out the bottom as the fan blows upwards now.. going to turn off and reseat the PSU so things don't get dropped in there..

Also I guess I can wait till I get the new Watercooler.. I will take a not of Idle temps and under load running x264.. THNX . smile.gif

 

The fan is an intake fan, not an exhaust fan. Heatsinks are most efficient with a fan pointed toward them, not pulling air away.

 

That's why I said that the PSU's fan would be pulling the cooler air in from underneath the case.

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yes I realize what you said but when I read what you said I put my hand by the PSU Fan it seemed to be blowing up??

But looking at it now it appears you are correct I just thought it was going to do that.. Now I see and I no longer need worry about screws falling in the PSU Case causing mischief..

Will start looking for a good WaterCooler now . I may go with an all in one still not sure..
    
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yes I realize what you said but when I read what you said I put my hand by the PSU Fan it seemed to be blowing up??

But looking at it now it appears you are correct I just thought it was going to do that.. Now I see and I no longer need worry about screws falling in the PSU Case causing mischief..

Will start looking for a good WaterCooler now . I may go with an all in one still not sure..

 

Are you sure? Light a match, blow it out, and see if the smoke is sucked in or is blown away.

 

If you don't have a match, then take a facial tissue (like a Kleenex) and hold it above the fan (but don't let go of it).

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