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post #41 of 61
I'm in the process of over-clocking my fx 6300 and while watching cpu-z, the core speed fluctuates between what I'm testing 4.3 (via prime 95) and 3.0 MHz. I have the HT link and the NB set to 2400mhz and the v set to 1.325 I'm pretty sure. The same issue was occurring with v set to 3.8. Temp is solid at 56c. Prime remained solid at both above mentioned v settings, but with the fluctuation I feel I'm doing something wrong, suggestions?
post #42 of 61
disable the power saving features in your bios, coolnquiet, c6 state, etc
post #43 of 61
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Originally Posted by mastertrixter View Post

disable the power saving features in your bios, coolnquiet, c6 state, etc
It all is disabled u fortunately
post #44 of 61
you have something on still to cause the throttling or your reaching a temp thats too high.
post #45 of 61
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you have something on still to cause the throttling or your reaching a temp thats too high.
I put the v down to 1.3, and am about to test having NB and HT set to auto as my CPU temp is 54c at current settings (going to see if that stabilises )
UPDATE;
HT and NB set to auto, 1.31-1.33v stays at 55c with current settings and cpu-z still shows fluctuation. While not under stress test cpu-z reads at correct GHz (and always has) but while under stress it fluctuates
Edited by et3rn47 - 4/10/14 at 9:49pm
post #46 of 61
is your cpu 55c at idle or under load?
post #47 of 61
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is your cpu 55c at idle or under load?
55-56c under 100% load via prime95
post #48 of 61
Then there must be something on in bios still. What MB do you have?
post #49 of 61
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I dont have that reading n mine for some reason. All I have is CPU and package for temps. I have been using AMD OD to monitor core with the thermal margins. I just failed 4.9@1.500. CPU temp read 64c and package temp read 57c which was on par with AMD OD thermal margins.

Thats correct, package is your core temps which should correspond to the AOD Thermal Margin. So at 57C in HWinfo64 the AOD Thermal Margin should say 13C Margin left, which means the Thermal Margin on the FX6300 is 70C. Is that clear as mud ? tongue.gif

CPU temp in HWinfo64 is the socket temp which corresponds to the Asus Temp.

So, if youre at 1.55v and under your Thermal Margin, you are definately safe.
Look at the 1.75 - 2.0v AMD suggested settings for extreme cooling here on page 19.
http://sites.amd.com/us/Documents/AMD_FX_Performance_Tuning_Guide.pdf
    
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post #50 of 61
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I dont have that reading n mine for some reason. All I have is CPU and package for temps. I have been using AMD OD to monitor core with the thermal margins. I just failed 4.9@1.500. CPU temp read 64c and package temp read 57c which was on par with AMD OD thermal margins.

Thats correct, package is your core temps which should correspond to the AOD Thermal Margin. So at 57C in HWinfo64 the AOD Thermal Margin should say 13C Margin left, which means the Thermal Margin on the FX6300 is 70C. Is that clear as mud ? tongue.gif

CPU temp in HWinfo64 is the socket temp which corresponds to the Asus Temp.

So, if youre at 1.55v and under your Thermal Margin, you are definately safe.
Look at the 1.75 - 2.0v AMD suggested settings for extreme cooling here on page 19.
http://sites.amd.com/us/Documents/AMD_FX_Performance_Tuning_Guide.pdf

Thank you. I am trying to get 4.9 stable @ 1.5 currently hitting 57c. I can push it a little more than.
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