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Important Note In order to use the bios in these boards to configure OC settings always keep in mind that when you change the NB or HT or any volts, the mobo HAS to be rebooted Once after changing the settings and rebooted a second time to confirm the adjustments in bios itself. Keeping in mind the BIOS will not boot properly unless you cycle the restarts between those configurations. Once you have the method down in how this bios works and saves your config, then finding a stable OC is easy depending on the time you have. I have heard countless people saying the windows wont boot with peoples BIOS settings and I am certain it's because they dont cycle their restarts between adjustments.

update: I just wanted to say that despite all the info going against these ever being stable I have found a stable OC that runs prime95 for several hours with no crashes, hangs, errors or freezes.

I still need a new mobo and psu to push the OC furthur, this is the most stable config I could find with these parts and wish to get the info out to anyone with a 760g chipset so they can atleast play bf4.
I spent 9 hours playing bf4 lastnight without one crash on all low settings with over 100fps constant and no dips.

Vcore: 1.35
FSB: 200
Multiplier: 20.0

I used AMD overdrive to make sure the OC was across all cores
temps were 45c idle with hyper 212 evo with two sickleflow fans.

Now here is the key, I have an ASrock POS 760G that with all these settings aside, stability comes into play on these half assed boards on the following settings.

Starting with Ram
I have 2 4 gig sticks that only run in dual channel with 1.45 power to the sticks running at ddr3 1600
That being said once I set RAM to 1600 and the power to the ram at 1.45 i was able to boot into windows with dual channel active

Now HT and NB
My motherboard's NB is set to 2200, this is the most stable NB I can find with the other settings
HT width AUTO
HT speed is AUTO and shows as 2300 in cpuz

I left the chipset voltage adjustments for NB, 1.8v and SB to auto

spreadspectrum off
APM off
turbo off
cool n queit off
thermal throtling off
secure virtual machine off
c state off

Hope this helps people, and to anyone trying to copy these settings all I tried to accomplish was lowering all settings on board as to put as little power to everything as I could so my CPU and GPU didnt have to compete so much. Even those 4.0ghz isnt lightning fast. you can play bf4 on all low settings with a stable fps and getting to have fun with your friends until you can afford better upgrades.
goodluck!, and ty all for those suggestions on motherboards and PSU's!
Edited by ViR-tUaL - 4/11/14 at 1:44am
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by cpmee View Post

I would go with higher wattage, with a single 12v rail of 50A+, from a good reputable company. With my system, with the relatively low power plain GTX 650 (its not the Ti), I can get my Kill-A-Watt meter to read 400 watts with everything overclocked. With his 7870, theres a good another 100 watts of potential, plus you would want about a 25% overkill. Maximum efficiency on psus seems to be in the range of 50-70% of the power draw, so if youre generally not overloading the system, you dont want a too high a wattage rating either.

How do you pull so much power ? I have my 6300 @ 4.5 with a 7870 LE OC'd w/ +20 power limit, 2 HDD and an SSD along with 10 120 MM fans and I barely pull 450w at the wall and I'm sure you know my Tahiti LE pulls waaaaaayyyyyy more power than a 650.
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How do you pull so much power ? I have my 6300 @ 4.5 with a 7870 LE OC'd w/ +20 power limit, 2 HDD and an SSD along with 10 120 MM fans and I barely pull 450w at the wall and I'm sure you know my Tahiti LE pulls waaaaaayyyyyy more power than a 650.
Yep, the Tahiti LE does pull much more power than the 650 Kepler. The big difference is that Im at 4.9ghz. Also to pull that much, Im running prime95 small FFTs AND MSI Kombustor at the same time. biggrin.gif Its a power supply test, heh.

Of course at idle, with CnQ etc enabled, Im only using 75 watts. thumb.gif
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6300@4.9ghz, depending on how much voltage you need to get there, can easily be ~175W+ at the chip under stress testing, or ~220+W after VRM losses. Combine that with 65W from the GPU, ~50+W from the remainder of the system (fans, drives, chipset, southbridge, controllers, RAM etc), that's near 350W. CX600@350W is 88% efficiant. 350W/0.88= ~400W from the kill yo watt o meta.
     
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Seasonic G 550W Modular Fractal Design Core 3500 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Toshiba THNSNH 19nm 256GB 1TB Spinpoint F3 WD RE3 1TB WD RE3 1TB 
Optical DriveCoolingOSOS
yes CM Seidon 120V SolydK OpenSuse 13.1 
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Linux Mint 9-32 bit // Linux Mint 17-64 bit  Manjaro Xfce Samsung 21.5" HannsG 21.5" sideways! 
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