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Too hot. What are you adding 0.500v to? That is way overkill.
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well, m increments should be right in this way: (as example) 1.336 to 1.344.
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+0.500v would be 1.300v to 1.800v.

~1.5v is about the max you want for anything CPU or CPU-NB related unless you are under REALLY good cooling. Motherboard NB should not need to go above 1.35v unless you are pushing 250+ FSB and 2600+ HTT.
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+0.500v would be 1.300v to 1.800v.

~1.5v is about the max you want for anything CPU or CPU-NB related unless you are under REALLY good cooling. Motherboard NB should not need to go above 1.35v unless you are pushing 250+ FSB and 2600+ HTT.
Okey. No i'm not bumping so much the vocre, increments are just in term of 0.010 on my mb (example + 0.1200 in at the moment) for a max vcore of 1.336.
For NB is set on auto, and i've to look the picture in the previous post for take the voltage because i don't remember it tongue.gif
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Okey. No i'm not bumping so much the vocre, increments are just in term of 0.010 on my mb (example + 0.1200 in at the moment) for a max vcore of 1.336.
For NB is set on auto, and i've to look the picture in the previous post for take the voltage because i don't remember it tongue.gif

Look, i don't know anything about MSI UEFI and the weird +xxxx settings i see, but to be clear. With a virgin BIOS, with turbo and APM disabled, you should hit 4Ghz with any normal Vishera, between 1.28v-1.32v at max stress inside Windows (BIOS values need to be adjusted accordingly). Without needing to tweak NB, CPU-NB or anything else (apart DRAM voltage maybe).

If even with 1.32v you can't pass stresstesting, there is likely something wrong with mobo, CPU or RAM.
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I would reset all CPU settings to default and see what the cpu voltage is. Tweak up from stock till it starts failing (bump the multiplier by 0.5, test for an hour, repeat till it cant pass), then bump volts by 0.025. Repeat this until you are hitting 60c. If you are above 60c you really need a better cooler, FX chips are a bit sensitive to temps in my experience.
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Quote:
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Look, i don't know anything about MSI UEFI and the weird +xxxx settings i see, but to be clear. With a virgin BIOS, with turbo and APM disabled, you should hit 4Ghz with any normal Vishera, between 1.28v-1.32v at max stress inside Windows (BIOS values need to be adjusted accordingly). Without needing to tweak NB, CPU-NB or anything else (apart DRAM voltage maybe).

If even with 1.32v you can't pass stresstesting, there is likely something wrong with mobo, CPU or RAM.
Well, IBT pass quite all the test done, even if it where with heavy undervolting.
It is prime the is a problem. after the usual 6 hours, i will "stop working).
I would try to raise up the dram voltage a little more for hit the 1.55v
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Hello same msb, my 8370 need 1.54 to be stable at 4.7, 1.47 at 4.6
16 go ram 1600
watercooling nepton 140 and temperauture are good
I had put a fan on the VRM and win 15°C
I try to change CPU NB VOLTAGE / NB VOLTAGE but nothing change
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Have you got the same problem with prime 95? Are you unstable in any other program, or what else?
Did not understad, i'm sorry redface.gif:o
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Prime is usually the gold standard in stability for pure core overclocks. If you are not prime stable, you are not stable.

1.4-1.5v seems to be where the early FX-83XX series chips land for voltage @ 4.6-4.8ghz. Very new ones drop that by 0.05v or so.
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