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Oh man, early FX chips
My FX8350 that needs 1.644Volts at load for prime. 12xx pgs
The FX4300 that needs 1.608V for 4.8GHZ overclocking 12xxpgs
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Yep, I have an FX-4100 that needs 1.65v for 4.75ghz. Only need 1.5v for 4.6ghz.
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So its not only me biggrin.gif
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trying to set my ram at default and bumping the dimm's voltage to 1.58v instead of 1.488 (inteded as default settings).
Getting some prime test in small fft for testing the cpu stability. After i will go for ram if i will find the right vcore for a stable prime 95.

Think that temperature are not so bad, but except for the vrm (they've a little 80mm fan on them) i cannot do anything with my cooler. Maybe could be a mb problem. redface.gif
Edited by TekG - 6/21/16 at 8:37am
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So, since about 2 weeks I have to set my RAM speed to auto, or my PC freezes when booting into windows.

Ran fine before at 2133Mhz, then the PC crashed, I had to do a CMOS reset and it wouldnt boot on any speed that wasnt auto.
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i'm not sure that the msi 970 gaming fully support that frequency. Have you ever tried withou xmp or amp profile and setting a step under that?
Seems that rams on amd mainboards should work near 1.6v. Give it a chance and let us know smile.gif
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i'm not sure that the msi 970 gaming fully support that frequency. Have you ever tried withou xmp or amp profile and setting a step under that?
Seems that rams on amd mainboards should work near 1.6v. Give it a chance and let us know smile.gif

The AMD FX CPU's support only 1866. Anything over that is overclocking and is not guaranteed.

You will need to adjust the CPU-NB speed and voltage as well as tweaking most of the memory timings by hand.
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Ok passed the small fft 12+ test (quite 14 hours) with stock ram speed.
Tryied to setup my dimms at their default value and blend test has failed near 6 hours.
Already had a +0.1v on rams (now they are at 1.59) and 0.005 cpu/nb voltage (1.223v), minding on something that i had to fix.
Ram dafault are on 1333 mhz. XMP is 1600mhz cl8 1.5v.
Msi 970 gaming obiously and ram are crucial ballistix tactical 1600 cl8 (i've already contact crucial, and they said that my ram are compatible with my mainboard)

TNX
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Get the memory timings for 1600 using AIDA64 or similar, then input them manually in UEFI.

If you increase the 200mhz base clock, you are also overclocking the RAM. Overclocking from 200 to 250 bumps memory from 1600 to 2000 and so-forth. 2000 would be a far stretch for most early 1600mhz RAM.
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Get the memory timings for 1600 using AIDA64 or similar, then input them manually in UEFI.

If you increase the 200mhz base clock, you are also overclocking the RAM. Overclocking from 200 to 250 bumps memory from 1600 to 2000 and so-forth. 2000 would be a far stretch for most early 1600mhz RAM.
I would be fine with a stable 1600 mhz. Anyway i've oc with multiplier only. FSB still on its own. wink.gif
I would try aida.
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