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FX 8310 4.4 ghz 24/7 + 970a-ud3p
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZOxQbdc9bg&feature=youtu.be

Here are my settings for 4.5 (I did leave core boost enabled it shows disabled in video)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOQDMpFihAI&list=PLPR_1sktuLd4o975FMUWqAsCM6JrVEOXB&index=4
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FX 8310 4.4 ghz 24/7 + 970a-ud3p
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZOxQbdc9bg&feature=youtu.be

Here are my settings for 4.5 (I did leave core boost enabled it shows disabled in video)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOQDMpFihAI&list=PLPR_1sktuLd4o975FMUWqAsCM6JrVEOXB&index=4


I have no issue with the overclocking. It fully stable at 4.4 for me. Well i did not try higher since i wanted some fan for the vrm. And i switched mobo before the fan arrived. The mobo just says everytime i boot overclocked failed. Even if it fully stable

Just the retarded mobo seem to hate something in my part. I suspect ram to cause the overclocking failed or something.
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I had that issue until I bumped the NB Core voltage

As my first video shows I just go press power and its good to go every time thumb.gif
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I had posting issues past 4.6GHZ on the 970 d3p with a FX4300. But with 9370 no plorbems at all.
Only thing is that if I flash to latest bios, it will say cpu not supported and I cannot use the board. Untill I flash to a older bios lol thumb.gif
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I had that issue until I bumped the NB Core voltage

As my first video shows I just go press power and its good to go every time thumb.gif


Gonna Try that and print your comment and stick it on my wall..... Yea gonna use the mobo be 2017 so i have no idea when i will be able to try that biggrin.gif


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I have no issue with the overclocking. It fully stable at 4.4 for me. Well i did not try higher since i wanted some fan for the vrm. And i switched mobo before the fan arrived. The mobo just says everytime i boot overclocked failed. Even if it fully stable

Just the retarded mobo seem to hate something in my part. I suspect ram to cause the overclocking failed or something.
It seems to hate a multiplier over 22, even 22.5, without, apparently, needing to dramatically overvolt the NB core in BIOS.
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I use 22 multiplier and 1.2 nb core. Doesn't seem a dramatic overvolt to me
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I use 22 multiplier and 1.2 nb core. Doesn't seem a dramatic overvolt to me
22 multi isn't the problem. The bug appears with 22.5 or higher and NB Core doesn't affect it:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1581135/what-motherboard-should-i-pair-with-my-fx-6300/10#post_24634217

When I can boot at 4.8 GHz and higher with BCLK overclocking at a lower NB Core than the board failed at when set to stock BCLK and 4.5 GHz there is a bug at work.
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It seems to hate a multiplier over 22, even 22.5, without, apparently, needing to dramatically overvolt the NB core in BIOS.

Thats why, you keep the clocks stock, Set your RAM and stuff up.
Boot into windows and use their easy tune and set the clocks that you know Runs stable.
Or you either stay below 22mulity and use FSB to clock up
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Thats why, you keep the clocks stock, Set your RAM and stuff up.
Boot into windows and use their easy tune and set the clocks that you know Runs stable.
Or you either stay below 22mulity and use FSB to clock up
I just verified that NB Core has no effect, too.

I suppose Windows overclocking utilities are another workaround but I don't care for that solution. It seems really kludgy.
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