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post #7511 of 11707
I really think - either the early bioses were THAT messed up and we got away with alot,
or 2.00 is still THAT buggy.
post #7512 of 11707
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I really think - either the early bioses were THAT messed up and we got away with alot,
or 2.00 is still THAT buggy.

The former seems more likely :-)

Probably due to getting more RAM compatibility
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4.0


3.9


Stock (3.5)



70w power increase from 3.5ghz to 4.0 tongue.gif


I want to try 3.8 next since I was doing that at stock volts.

Tried 3.8. Seems like the best bang for the buck. Only 10w above stock and 2c extra on the VRM.



But is anyone going to be happy with 3.8? biggrin.gif
Edited by lightofhonor - 4/1/17 at 7:18pm
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Ok the 3D printed CPU and GPU brackets worked. The one I previously uploaded has issues. I'm on mobile so I can't upload the working one.


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Seems like im being thermally limited with regards to overclocking. The temps shoot up to 100 and forced a shutdown, which was the Tctl. Tdie was 75. Does the CPU/mobo read Tctl or tdie when reading temps to activate safe shutdown?

4.1G at 1.43v cine crashed.
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Seems like im being thermally limited with regards to overclocking. The temps shoot up to 100 and forced a shutdown, which was the Tctl. Tdie was 75. Does the CPU/mobo read Tctl or tdie when reading temps to activate safe shutdown?

4.1G at 1.43v cine crashed.

If Tctl is over 100 and Tdie is 75, something is wrong. Tdie should be exactly -20 from Tctl.

Check your VRM temps too. You could be cooking them tongue.gif If those hit 100c your board can't handle the overclock.
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If Tctl is over 100 and Tdie is 75, something is wrong. Tdie should be exactly -20 from Tctl.

Check your VRM temps too. You could be cooking them tongue.gif If those hit 100c your board can't handle the overclock.

Ah my bad, yeah, they were around 95C for Tctl.

What is the threshold usually for VRMs? Thanks! Will monitor for now until my new cooler comes in. Seems like i found a thermal wall :/
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Ah my bad, yeah, they were around 95C for Tctl.

What is the threshold usually for VRMs? Thanks! Will monitor for now until my new cooler comes in. Seems like i found a thermal wall :/

So they are rated for 105c (normally), but the MB by default doesn't let you go over that for safety. On my board it will power off completely if the VRMs get too hot.
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So they are rated for 105c (normally), but the MB by default doesn't let you go over that for safety. On my board it will power off completely if the VRMs get too hot.


Ah i see. Thanks. Will check next time once my cooler is here. When i crashed my mobo was still operational, just that it had a debug CPU light on and black screen and then it restarts after i press the reset button.
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Ah i see. Thanks. Will check next time once my cooler is here. When i crashed my mobo was still operational, just that it had a debug CPU light on and black screen and then it restarts after i press the reset button.

Each board handles this differently so who knows. Good luck!

For me 4.0 on a fixed voltage handles fine, but on Pstate it needs more voltage and overheats the VRM.
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Each board handles this differently so who knows. Good luck!

For me 4.0 on a fixed voltage handles fine, but on Pstate it needs more voltage and overheats the VRM.

Thanks:thumb:. Yeah 4.05 so far is what i can do cine stable. But 4.1 requires a whole lot more cooling.
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