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Anytime I Get my processor to 4 ghz or higher I Cant soft reboot my computer, I can still shutdown and start up properly, but anytime I try to reboot, My operating system Shuts down, but the hardware hangs in a on state unless I physically press the restart button, any advice on how I can fix this, could it be caused by over or undervolting something? otherwise my system is 100% stable.
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How long before you press the restart button? give it a few minutes (I know it's not normal)......report back if it doesn't reboot on its own.
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if you also have the ram oc'd, try setting it back to stock

I had similar issues whenever I tried to go past 4.6Ghz, dropped my ram to stock and that fixed it for me
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if you also have the ram oc'd, try setting it back to stock

I had similar issues whenever I tried to go past 4.6Ghz, dropped my ram to stock and that fixed it for me
Good thought, Ill try that, thanks

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How long before you press the restart button? give it a few minutes (I know it's not normal)......report back if it doesn't reboot on its own.
several minutes, 10 to 20 minutes at times when i forget.
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Good thought, Ill try that, thanks
several minutes, 10 to 20 minutes at times when i forget.

Drop the RAM back to stock, and retest. Sounds like a RAM issue to me - had this happen in the past on my Thuban.
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Well thank you, It wasnt my ram, but That led me to the answer, It was my thumbans memory controller, lowering the frequency of my cpu-NB fixed the issue, Could that be caused by too much or not enough voltage to the cpu-nb? I had it at 4.006ghz cpu and 2500mhz cpu-nb with a voltage increse on both the cpu and cpu-nb of +0.05v apiece.
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Well thank you, It wasnt my ram, but That led me to the answer, It was my thumbans memory controller, lowering the frequency of my cpu-NB fixed the issue, Could that be caused by too much or not enough voltage to the cpu-nb? I had it at 4.006ghz cpu and 2500mhz cpu-nb with a voltage increse on both the cpu and cpu-nb of +0.05v apiece.

Dunno if this helps, but when I had my 1090T running, it was at 4Ghz CPU and around 2800 CPU-NB and that was using 1.275 V CPU-NB with 'High' LLC for the NB - ensure you have your current settings at 130% for both CPU and CPU-NB.

Just be warned of this: Overclocking using the HTT or 'FSB' has a risk of corrupting the OS, whereas using the multi is much safer. Can I ask why you chose 262 x 16, over 20 x 200 to get 4 Ghz?

EDIT: Thanks for the REP+ thumb.gif
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