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Please give me a reply if you think it can oc further
So the Gigabyte is dead for good and hopefully i can get warranty for it since its less than 2 years old I THINK ....
And had to go back to a 970 pr0 3 mobo for now untill i get my old am3 cpu and bring back msi
http://www.overclock.net/t/1522183/soundless-devil-240-3x11x-built-to-oc#post_23108301 Started this post so I can upload it for build mods later on
So I killed gigabyte since the nb over heated when it didn't boot up and i went away for some food and enjoyment nb was on 1.3V and had a crazy nb and vrm heat sink mod added 1.5KG of steel on it and still ran burning hot on stock settings it ran for the night and done some clocks but then the day after it stared to crash again
So this was one of the 4.8ghz with stress on the core lets have a look at this 21 hours of madness thumb.gif
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Stress Test for 21 Hours @4.8GHZ 3900HT 2700NB thumb.gif
http://valid.x86.fr/13d07l
No Failure stopped stress test manualy to get some pictures (If cpu was degrading the stress should have failed half way, or does degrading take more time?)





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So it was a lie that it was back untill i took off the nb gap fill grease and put on some propper heat sink paste
and took of vrm gap fill pad for heat sink paste
So its back on the gigabyte mobo i thout it was dead cause it keept on crashing after the custom loop was done
I found out that SSHD dosen't go well with hdd in raid
It was 1sshd in the 5x hdd raid 0 causing the troubble
So i decided to dump the 970 Pro since it dosen't oc fsb and swap in the gigabyte
The ram refuses to oc or run at 2400MHZ so left it on 2000mhz classics
And the cpu is running toping out a whooping 81C maximum at 4.8GHZ 1.608V full load
So i just left it at 4.2GHZ for now at 1.308V full load 300FSB since cpu frequency dosen't feel like it makes a diffrence in performance


The FX-4300 Also blew my mind by killin the highest core temps i've seen on a FX CPU topping out a whoopin 84C at 1.704V 85% full load before it gave out 5minutes later *
Performing the Tetsu IV which meaning
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Tetsu VI chips would become legends, acquiring collectionists' value, selling for double the price.
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He could standardize the procedure and this would go viral in the overclockers community. At least when one doesn't need the CPU anymore, he could post proof of his retiring CPU toughness according to Tetsu scale:

- Tetsu I = CPU survived 24h Prime95 at 65C
- Tetsu II = CPU survived 24h Prime95 at > 70C.
- Tetsu III => 80C
- Tetsu IV => 85C
- Tetsu V => 90C
- Tetsu VI, also known as "Seppuku Tetsu" => 95C and vcore > 1.8v

You 'd have competition all over internet on who had the toughest. "Mine is Tetsu V!", beats yours! Tetsu VI chips would become legends, acquiring collectionists' value, selling for double the price.
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See what i mean? It would go viral.


@ Iwamoto: I am being nice here, so i give you the advice:

- Decide on your own the scale's limits. After all, you wouldn't want an undervolter define the "Tetsu scale", would you?
- Don't forget to copyright the scale (i will take only the moral credit for thinking it).
Guess I'm gonna have to make a coppyright just in case if i am gonna design and sell my own CPU
Assuming Stress Test is on OCCT Large Data Set CPU stress
Max Temps reading must have exceeded or equal to the Tetsu scale
Tetsu 1 > 66C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 2 > 74C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 3 > 84C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 4 > 94C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 5 > 104C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 6 > 114C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 7 > 124C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
These CPU Probally wouldn't exist
Tetsu 8 > 134C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu 9 > 144C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu X > 155C +Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours
Tetsu OCX > 200C+Stress Test 1 night approxmitly 8-14Hours







Help me push my FX-4300 back up to 4.8GHZ again if it is possible
My gigabyte ud3 990 finaly died probaly cause the VRM and nb overheated or a few little splashes of water killed it. it could run stable after i done my custom loop for about 4 days and finaly had ram errors and then a few more days it cannot overclock any more NOTHING at all but it can still boot windows on stock settings but it will crash now and then
I took out my old 970 PRO3 R1.9 ASRock and hooked everything up again
It ran at overclocked settings 4.6GHZ 1.53V CPU full load
TidrentX 8GB x 2 running at stock XMP 10-12-12-31-43-6-9-9-10-26-2T and at 1.65V
RAM at 2400mhz and NB at 2800MHZ
CPU NB 1.45V
Motherboard NB 1.4V
200FSB
I am woundering how I can get higher CPU voltage since maximum i can set is 1.55V I can also set off set voltage but it dosen't push the voltage past 1.55V
I also tried overclocking using FSB maximum i can get is 250FSB
Tried stress testing at 225FSB 2400RAM and 2700NB 1.53V cpu at 4・73ghz full load and it will not past stress test ......b


As you cam see in the picture there arw no vrm heat sinks only nb ans sb also fan blowing onto nb and vrm as seen in picture
Boosted ram to 1・7v and only had near zero errors with 16gb stress on ram
http://valid.x86.fr/pll2vt













(Before the gigabyte motherboard died at 2014/8/26)
Currently running at 4.8GHZ 3900HT 2700NB
http://valid.x86.fr/13d07l
did 21Hours of stress test without failture


http://valid.x86.fr/x5n1m2
CPU NB 1.32V
Hypertransport Stock voltage
Stresstested for 56Mins stable can do more than 2Hours stress test if i underclock cpu to 4.8GHZ
Hypertransport 54% OC Stock 2600 OC4004:thumb:
CPU1.608V @ full load on water cooling
Please give some suggestions for further OC
RAM is holding me back from OC FSB suggestions of what ram i can upgrade to i want at least 16GB in total



Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 11/15/14 at 8:04pm
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It din't pass the test. It says error detected. 1.6v is too much. You have have got an error cause of too much voltage tongue.gif I see that your voltage went up all the way to 1.67v. Try with 1.55v.
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It din't pass the test. It says error detected. 1.6v is too much. You have have got an error cause of too much voltage tongue.gif I see that your voltage went up all the way to 1.67v. Try with 1.55v.
it did 56mins without error failed at 57, i tried going at 4.8ghz same voltage and it did me more than 2 hours without errors
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My advice to your is stop while your ahead. I checked your other thread and it's a massive overclock, but your gambling now and I won't be surprised at all if this fries your system. Soon degradation will kick in and you'll have a limping or fried CPU.
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Need more info.. Is everything else stock? Also what motherboard are you using and do you have a fan on your NB heatsink?
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it did 56mins without error failed at 57, i tried going at 4.8ghz same voltage and it did me more than 2 hours without errors
Before you try anything further lower your voltage or you will find yourself running to a store to replace the chip. Try for 4.9Ghz with 1.55v.
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I wish my 8350 could do 300+ ref clock sheesh! but yea 1.67 is too high vcore.
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My advice to your is stop while your ahead. I checked your other thread and it's a massive overclock, but your gambling now and I won't be surprised at all if this fries your system. Soon degradation will kick in and you'll have a limping or fried CPU.


Yup going to fry it big time... Even under water you can blow stuff up.. Most people cannot get 300fsb stable, Your way beyond that... So to me that would mean your NB1.8V is prolly cranked way high too.. HT at 4004mhz on stock voltage, Im suprised your system even booted. Anyways More info is helpful. But its your own mobo/cpu deathbed if you take it higher.
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Deff start lowering your voltages/clocks until you find something that will last at-least 4 hours. Unless you're trying to blow the board and cpu...
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Yup going to fry it big time... Even under water you can blow stuff up.. Most people cannot get 300fsb stable, Your way beyond that... So to me that would mean your NB1.8V is prolly cranked way high too.. HT at 4004mhz on stock voltage, Im suprised your system even booted. Anyways More info is helpful. But its your own mobo/cpu deathbed if you take it higher.
My CPU NB is at 1.31V
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