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I used to talk too mean so i got banned on the other website, And i pretty much done nothing that would get me banned on this website only have another post of the same cpu but overclocked to 5.1GHZ on this web

 oh well if you learned than you learned   but  its kinda cool you can push that sota ht bus speed @robbo2  might have something to say he is the 8ghz man  or one of them

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My CPU NB is at 1.31V
Do you have your NB1.8V voltage upped past 1.8volts.. With your FSB up in order to make it more stable you might need to tic it up afew notches. Not much That could blow your system pretty fast.. I know i had to have myn at 1.85v to get a fsb over 300 stable... Also your NB not cpu/nb should be at least 1.2v to get your nb stable at 2600mhz.. It takes my board over 1.3v to get 2600mhz even possible.

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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

There are so many things here that scream instability its just well.... You need to start with getting just the cpu stable at 4.9ghz, then go to getting 4.9 at 300fsb stable. Then go to your HT stable, then go to getting 2700mhz stable on your NB, then last get your system stable with your ram overclocked or timings tightend. It takes alot of time, but to have an ustable system, or one that will last you 2 months and then your motherboard blows or you cpu or your whole system if your really unlucky... But you are going to burn up your system with the way you have it... Just hope your dont blow your motherboard cpu gpu and ram all at once. it can and will happen if your not careful.
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Tmpin2 is your cpu temp and its at 66c.
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Do you have your NB1.8V voltage upped past 1.8volts.. With your FSB up in order to make it more stable you might need to tic it up afew notches. Not much That could blow your system pretty fast.. I know i had to have myn at 1.85v to get a fsb over 300 stable... Also your NB not cpu/nb should be at least 1.2v to get your nb stable at 2600mhz.. It takes my board over 1.3v to get 2600mhz even possible.
There are so many things here that scream instability its just well.... You need to start with getting just the cpu stable at 4.9ghz, then go to getting 4.9 at 300fsb stable. Then go to your HT stable, then go to getting 2700mhz stable on your NB, then last get your system stable with your ram overclocked or timings tightend. It takes alot of time, but to have an ustable system, or one that will last you 2 months and then your motherboard blows or you cpu or your whole system if your really unlucky... But you are going to burn up your system with the way you have it... Just hope your dont blow your motherboard cpu gpu and ram all at once. it can and will happen if your not careful.
My CPU NB is at 1.31V and Motherboard NB is at 1.66V mother board is at 46C max at full load my ht is stable at 4004 or 3900 or what so ever setting increacing fsb while on stock ht mutilpyer dosen't effect stabibility
The past 1.8V your seeing is my ram voltage My RAM is 1.92V (1.96V in bios)

http://valid.x86.fr/13d07l







Heres a stress test with HW oppned 3hours stress before it failed CPU was at 71C when 1 hours in stress cpu probrably ended up at 80C at 2:40 so it failed the test
FSB is at 300 CPU4.8GHZ didn't want to mess around with my computer RAM couldn't take more than 300FSB becomes unstable
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Lol I'm gonna sit back and watch this thread unfold. I'm counting to see how long before he comes back and tells us his system is fried and turns into a AMD hater. Overclocking like this need LN2 or exotic cooling.

Reminds me of that kid around town who was so happy to get 10 pounds of boost on his completely stock d15 civic hatch. 2 weeks later, boom.
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Lol I'm gonna sit back and watch this thread unfold. I'm counting to see how long before he comes back and tells us his system is fried and turns into a AMD hater. Overclocking like this need LN2 or exotic cooling.

Reminds me of that kid around town who was so happy to get 10 pounds of boost on his completely stock d15 civic hatch. 2 weeks later, boom.
I underclocked back to 300MHZ because CPU was too unstable at 308 even if it could do stress for 56mins
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Lol I'm gonna sit back and watch this thread unfold. I'm counting to see how long before he comes back and tells us his system is fried and turns into a AMD hater. Overclocking like this need LN2 or exotic cooling.

Reminds me of that kid around town who was so happy to get 10 pounds of boost on his completely stock d15 civic hatch. 2 weeks later, boom.
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=734279 watch my old post 1year and 2 monhts ago every one was warning me that i will fry my ram,
and i am still using it today with another 16gb of 1866 RAM thumb.gif
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Voltage kills processors friend. You can underclock it back to 900MHz and it will still fry. I applaud your attempt in reaching the highest overclock but this isn't going to end well if you keep trying to push your CPU without proper cooling.

That AIO isn't enough. You've already past both recommended maximum voltage and thermals. My advice is to stop. Save yourself time and money.
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http://valid.x86.fr/13d07l







Heres a stress test with HW oppned 3hours stress before it failed CPU was at 71C when 1 hours in stress cpu probrably ended up at 80C at 2:40 so it failed the test
FSB is at 300 CPU4.8GHZ didn't want to mess around with my computer RAM couldn't take more than 300FSB becomes unstable

Oh man. Your temps are way outside safe limits.

Tempin2 is you socket temp. Should never exceed 70c

And your CPU hit 75c. That's only 13c above the max.

Your ram voltage is insane. I hit 1900 on 1.5v with 1600 ram.

And your CPU is still at 1.65v

Its gonna fry soon man. If you don't care then go ahead and keep it like it is.

If you care about your hardware then drop you voltages and get that thing in check asap
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I underclocked back to 300MHZ because CPU was too unstable at 308 even if it could do stress for 56mins


Dude you are going to start a freakn fire with them kind of volts...

NB shouldnt go higher then 1.35v (unless your nb is watercooled), CPU with "all in one" water cooling shouldnt go past 1.55v and thats even to high...


bring the FSB down to 200 and do a multipler of 24 and put yoru cpu voltage at 1.5v and LLC at 75%.. You do not need that kind of voltage for 4.8ghz .. Now the reason why your cpu isnt heating up as hot as a 8350 is because there are less cores and its a smaller package and less total wattage, but that doesnt mean you arnt going to fry it... But do whatever you want, just dont cry here when your cpu and motherboard fry.
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BTW run OCCT for 10 min or untill it stops working. Then show us a screenshot of HWiNFO64 would love to see more info on how hot your stuff is actually getting.. whmonitor only shows a fraction of whinfo64.

Like this.. I wanna see temps and all your voltages..

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Man you are getting too mad about overclocking and probably rushing to get your system overclocked. Just have patience, do it one thing at a time you'll get best results. Playing games and doing some compute intensive work like 3d rendering or image editing or anything similar on an unstable system can be crazy, games will go mad and work act like crazy due to all the wrong calculations being done by the CPU.

You may headshot an enemy but due to instability you may yourself get killed. Don't kill yourself dude, relax take time and enjoy overclocking.
    
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