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I got 4.635ghz stable at 1.464V(1.45 in bios) with FSB @ 280 ram at 1866mhz 9-9-9-27, temps are topping out at 55C on the cores, though the first time I ran this clockspeed and voltage temps were a lot better, like 10C lower. Not sure why it jumped up so much. Again, I had trouble going to 4.7, temps were ok but it wasn't stable, even at 1.500V. So I've contacted Crucial to get the full XMP timings, and I'll try loosening them once I know what all of the sub-timings are supposed to be.
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I got 4.635ghz stable at 1.464V(1.45 in bios) with FSB @ 280 ram at 1866mhz 9-9-9-27, temps are topping out at 55C on the cores, though the first time I ran this clockspeed and voltage temps were a lot better, like 10C lower. Not sure why it jumped up so much. Again, I had trouble going to 4.7, temps were ok but it wasn't stable, even at 1.500V. So I've contacted Crucial to get the full XMP timings, and I'll try loosening them once I know what all of the sub-timings are supposed to be.

Just out of curiosity, is there a reason you're overclocking via HTT? rather than Multi? - you're aware of data corruption danger?
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most fxs when overclocking arent stable at a 200 Bclk, atleast for me they arent, 230-236 is my sweet spot for all my cpus Ive had(6300,8320, 9370)

I also run raid 0 and they have been running since my first cpu with no issues,

also if I remember correctly data corruption is not from a high Bclk but rather a high PCIe overclock since that also affects the sata and usb etc.
 
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Just out of curiosity, is there a reason you're overclocking via HTT? rather than Multi? - you're aware of data corruption danger?

I wasn't aware. And I don't have a reason I'm using the FSB in particular, my FX seems to like more FSB and less multi.
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I got 4.635ghz stable at 1.464V(1.45 in bios) with FSB @ 280 ram at 1866mhz 9-9-9-27, temps are topping out at 55C on the cores, though the first time I ran this clockspeed and voltage temps were a lot better, like 10C lower. Not sure why it jumped up so much. Again, I had trouble going to 4.7, temps were ok but it wasn't stable, even at 1.500V. So I've contacted Crucial to get the full XMP timings, and I'll try loosening them once I know what all of the sub-timings are supposed to be.

dont worry I have to run 1.56 with a 236x20.5 multi to reach over 4.8 stable in prime 95, anthing lower my last two cores fail no matter what bios settings for llc I use, I've tried everything imaginable on that same board.

I would recommend a fan on the vrm heatsink, it helps when overclocking.
 
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I would tend to agree I run all mine above 250, thay just seem happier there.
@Synister , I've never really heard of Data corruption from a high reference clock. Now PCI overclock I know will mess things up but in the old days the Ref was the only way to get any OC at all.
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I would recommend a fan on the vrm heatsink, it helps when overclocking.

Haha, I just took some pictures to put up here. Some of you may be curious as to how I fit a h100i and two 7870s into a Corsair 200r without it catching on fire. And I found out why my temps jumped up, my case fan speed profile wasnt working right. Now cores are topping out at 46C. This asus board really doesnt like the SP120HP fans. Thankfully my custom fan shroud keeps my VRM and socket temps under 60C when the fans are running right.
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most fxs when overclocking arent stable at a 200 Bclk, atleast for me they arent, 230-236 is my sweet spot for all my cpus Ive had(6300,8320, 9370)

I also run raid 0 and they have been running since my first cpu with no issues,

also if I remember correctly data corruption is not from a high Bclk but rather a high PCIe overclock since that also affects the sata and usb etc.

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I wasn't aware. And I don't have a reason I'm using the FSB in particular, my FX seems to like more FSB and less multi.

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also dont
dont worry I have to run 1.56 with a 236x20.5 multi to reach over 4.8 stable in prime 95, anthing lower my last two cores fail no matter what bios settings for llc I use, I've tried everything imaginable on that same board.

I would recommend a fan on the vrm heatsink, it helps when overclocking.

Hmmmm something i've not seen mentioned before. I even believe there was someone in the FX owners club, stating how there is zero difference between HTT, and multi overclocking bar the fact that it allows finer tuning down to a potentially higher OC (or for RAM and/or NB overclocking) @megaman - can you comment on this Mega?
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Hmmmm something i've not seen mentioned before. I even believe there was someone in the FX owners club, stating how there is zero difference between HTT, and multi overclocking bar the fact that it allows finer tuning down to a potentially higher OC (or for RAM and/or NB overclocking) @megaman - can you comment on this Mega?

One thing I do know is that if MegaMan is running the HT at 3900 like he says he would have to be running a higher HT Ref or he wouldn't have that option. I don't remember for sure but I think at stock Ref the highest HT option is 3000.
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Haha, I just took some pictures to put up here. Some of you may be curious as to how I fit a h100i and two 7870s into a Corsair 200r without it catching on fire. And I found out why my temps jumped up, my case fan speed profile wasnt working right. Now cores are topping out at 46C. This asus board really doesnt like the SP120HP fans. Thankfully my custom fan shroud keeps my VRM and socket temps under 60C when the fans are running right.

If you still want some further help pushing the CPU - drop a post in the FX owners club thread! Most of the members who have helped here regularly grace that thread with their presence!
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One thing I do know is that if MegaMan is running the HT at 3900 like he says he would have to be running a higher HT Ref or he wouldn't have that option. I don't remember for sure but I think at stock Ref the highest HT option is 3000.

Mega running HT at 3900? where did that come from? tongue.gif If you mean where Flail wrote it in the FX owners thread, he meant his profile which runs at 2400 NB / 2700 HT / 3900 CPU tongue.gif I believe!

Also in ref to the OS corruption. I've only really seen this first hand on my old Athlon FX55 - and using ref for overclocking would sometimes screw my OS boot tables etc. and remember having to Format from a bad OC a few times. I thought this was not a concern with using the multi - and was caused by HTT, not just PCI overclocks.
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