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MY Cpu ratio multiplier is at 21.5 I believe, whatever makes it go to 4300mhz

and my vcore (the top offset one is at ~1.32 which equals to 1.41 volts and my temps are at socket: 67 Core 49.
Maximum safe core temp recommended by AMD is 62 degrees celsius. maximum socket temperature is 70 degrees celsius. so the socket temp is around its max temp so i would think the motherboard is throttling the cpu to keep the board from destroying itself. how fast is your fan running and how is the connection to the cpu? is there lot airflow in the case?
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Also start low and work you way up, low clock then slowly work your way up. Also if you have not found this guide it's a good one to help you out if you are new.
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Maximum safe core temp recommended by AMD is 62 degrees celsius. maximum socket temperature is 70 degrees celsius. so the socket temp is around its max temp so i would think the motherboard is throttling the cpu to keep the board from destroying itself. how fast is your fan running and how is the connection to the cpu? is there lot airflow in the case?

Very good advise. You need more cooling, higher fan speeds or more rad if on h2o.
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I know my mobo throttles me after long periods of cpu intensive programs because the vrm gets to hot, but with a h80i I'm running 4.8 stable I can go up to 5.0 but I have issues with my computer freezing and restarting. It's a combo of 3 things I think, the vrm can't handle the power or heat, the thermal margin is non existent. All cpu's and mobos throttle to prevent damage to your system. But I'm not sure how your socket temp is so different from your cpu core temp?
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what i do to watch my system is i use the amd overdrive, it has alot of features like a stability test, and you can monitor your cpu for thermal margin. i would suggest puting your bios back to stock and then use amd overdrive to find where the clock speed and voltage is perfect for stability and temperature. only move one variable at a time so if you want to increase the clockspeed only move the multiplier up by one increment, and then run the stability test and if its stable and you want to go higher move the multiplier up by one incrament until it becomes unstable which should be about 4.2-4.4 ghz for my 8320, then you move the voltage up by one increment until it becomes stable again. once you get that settled you can go into the bios with the settings you found for your cpu and voltage and change it there, but make sure to write out the numbers before you restart and go to the bios. make sure your motherboards vrm and the scocket have good airflow so you dont overheat your computer. thats the way i text my system before going into the bios and having to restart the whole system just to check or dial in a good overclock. good luck! thumb.gif
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