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1.6v cpu is too high, post screen shots of your bios settings, all of them.

and what are you using for cooling?
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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?
I do not have fan on NB heatsink I am using Gigabyte 990FXA UD3 ,Motherboard nb is at 1.66V, NB/pcie/pll voltage is at 2.42, CPU NB 1.31V, CPU HT stock voltage, everything else is pretty much stock also i have custom ram timings
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1.6v cpu is too high, post screen shots of your bios settings, all of them.

and what are you using for cooling?
Nepton 280L
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personally i wouldnt suggest anything over 1.5v for 24/7 use
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I'll give 1.55V a go some time soon to see what clocks i can get stable
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 7/5/14 at 9:04pm
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Nepton 280L

what are you getting for temps, both socket and cpu?

im suprised with that voltage that your not throttling from heat alone with just a 280l
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what are you getting for temps, both socket and cpu?

im suprised with that voltage that your not throttling from heat alone with just a 280l
My CPU core is about 66Cat full load socket is about 38-43C
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what are you getting for temps, both socket and cpu?

im suprised with that voltage that your not throttling from heat alone with just a 280l


well ik just looked at his cpuid link man he needs to lower the bclock and ht clock and up that multi  im bloody supprised he even running it like this not even the mad Aussies run em that hard and his temps about 45degrees according to cpuid

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Well sadly enough your temps seem OK. On the high end but not insane.

Still 1.6v to the CPU will kill it after a while.

As far as your ht clock and fsb they are both high. I run 235x20 on my 8320 and have a 2400nb and 3000ht.

Never thought I'd see a 4000 ht on any fx CPU lol.
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well ik just looked at his cpuid link man he needs to lower the bclock and ht clock and up that multi  im bloody supprised he even running it like this not even the mad Aussies run em that hard and his temps about 45degrees according to cpuid
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Well sadly enough your temps seem OK. On the high end but not insane.

Still 1.6v to the CPU will kill it after a while.

As far as your ht clock and fsb they are both high. I run 235x20 on my 8320 and have a 2400nb and 3000ht.

Never thought I'd see a 4000 ht on any fx CPU lol.
At first i've never thought i would acheive 4000ht i just put my ht multiplyer on stock and with 308fsb it will give me 4004ht and can do it on stock voltage bascally as stable as 2600ht
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well ik just looked at his cpuid link man he needs to lower the bclock and ht clock and up that multi  im bloody supprised he even running it like this not even the mad Aussies run em that hard and his temps about 45degrees according to cpuid
My temps are at 45C at about idle -50% load
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what are you getting for temps, both socket and cpu?

im suprised with that voltage that your not throttling from heat alone with just a 280l
socket temps on this mother board seem much lower than how it should really be so i only trust my core temps which is 66c at full load
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Learn how to use the multi quote feature or you may get some stronger warnings in the future about multiple posts.
Depends on the board for the nb oc's but i really think if you keep pushing it that hard, it will die. You've lucked out for this much so far. Both on the chip and the board. I'm all for crazy high overclocks, ESP on amd, but don't push it past what it can handle for weeks at a time.
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