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Thanks I will do that but what scare me is that after I pass 1.52v it show in red and I dont know about thats it scare me, thermal it alright max my cpu goes under a 70% of load is around 53c I got a custom water loop with a 240 radiator and it work a little cold, right now im running at 5.0ghz and and under 80% load cpu reach 55c and stay is there while I play for hours. So I was planning to upgrade my water cooling system so I can cold down cpu a little bit.
But I never give it more voltage because in the bios after I pass 1.52v it change it color from yellow to red
post #12 of 26
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But I never give it more voltage because in the bios after I pass 1.52v it change it color from yellow to red

Dont let the color scare you, heh. Its just built in stock warning so you will pay attention. VIDs from AMD specs can go to 1.55v, so youre definately safe up to that. Some here run even higher vcore. Max temps can go to 72C on the core per Amds Overdrive software and the socket can go 10C above that. But unless you get some vrm cooling fans on the front and back, youll probably be throttling way before then.
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post #13 of 26
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Ouhhhh it scare me for real jajaja and yeah I just got a case I got two intake fan in front and and one exhaust in rear, two more exhaust fans on top were I got the radiator. So I can put up my voltage to 1.54v that is not scare and cpu-nb voltage? To keep a 5.2ghz stable?
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So I can put up my voltage to 1.54v that is not scare and cpu-nb voltage?
Yeah, 1.54v for vcore is fine. You probably dont need more than 1.3v cpu-nb voltage. But what is your fsb right now ?
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I just got a case I got two intake fan in front and and one exhaust in rear, two more exhaust fans on top were I got the radiator.
Thats fine. But you should also put a smallish fan blowing close on the vrm heatsink. Its located to the left of the cpu socket. This will help you to keep from throttling.
    
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post #15 of 26
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right now my bus speed is at 237Mhz, and the HT link at 2140Mhz, i will rise up the voltage and then the multiplier till i get my goal speed and try it to see if its stable.
hey man i really thank you really much for the help you have provide me, if in any case you need help with something just let me know thumb.gif
post #16 of 26
I would make the radiator an intake fan so cooler air passes through that first. I have seen that result in lower CPU temps.

Also I would drop the HT-LINK below 2k until you get the CPU stable.
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post #17 of 26
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I already fix everything and pu the radiator in the front with 2 intake, i have to do some modifications to the case for this, and the ht-link is at 2600 Mhz stock when everything is auto do everytime i overclock the side bus it start droping down, but if i just multiply and leave the SB stock its at 2600 Mhz
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I already fix everything and pu the radiator in the front with 2 intake, i have to do some modifications to the case for this, and the ht-link is at 2600 Mhz stock when everything is auto do everytime i overclock the side bus it start droping down, but if i just multiply and leave the SB stock its at 2600 Mhz


I forgot your CPU is HT3. My oldschool Phenom II as HT-link at 2000Mhz stock, so I am wrong. I was thinking 2140 was high and that has always given me stability problems.


You motherboard is probably lowering the HT multiplier when on auto. You should manually set it to whatever gets you closest to 2600. There is no advantage of runnig HT-Link higher than stock really. I did see small gains in memory when I benchmarked on mine, but nothing to overclock for. Actually taking it more than 10%OC crashed my system. Your results may vary.

Do you have lower case temps now?
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post #19 of 26
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yeap sorry 5.1 ghz, and yeah i never run prime because at every dam time i open that and run computer freeze, i have the voltage now at 1.5v, and the cpu-nb voltage at 1.29v, and its running normal i can play, work on programs and do stuff without no problem but if i run prime machine is garbage


If you can't run Prime95 due to your computer freezing you are surely not stable at 5.1 GHz.
post #20 of 26
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Yeap case temp drop dont now a lot inside the case is around 28c on iddle and around 34c on load, cpu now at 4.8ghz is at 31c on iddle and goes to 50c when is on 80% or more in load, and yes I know my pc is not stable over 5.1 but that prime is I run just one or two worker is fine but if I add 1 more or 8 like it came factory it freeze at the time
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