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i am on overclockers,net asking for people to tell me if it by chance a bad chip for overclocking as i might send it back i know what basic rule is that is somthing AMD would tell me didn't expected it from you guys all i wanna know that it's my chip and not ther motherboard as if a new cpu comes and that one does same thing and than i had to get my motherboard replaced

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i am on overclockers,net asking for people to tell me if it by chance a bad chip for overclocking as i might send it back i know what basic rule is that is somthing AMD would tell me didn't expected it from you guys all i wanna know that it's my chip and not ther motherboard as if a new cpu comes and that one does same thing and than i had to get my motherboard replaced

What kind of voltage levels are we talking about here for reaching 4 GHz? My 1800X would not even be somewhat RealBench stable w/o error belows 1.46V. And that is not because it is defective, just reached the limit.
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about 1700
sense mi skew = disabled reasonable temp But if TEMP go over 76 degree PC shut down automatically (when stress benching)
sense mi skew = enabled offset=72 (my setting) over 76 degree temperature go, and not shotdown
So i enabled sense mi skew
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Edited by S1L3N7D3A7H - 4/24/17 at 6:16am
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Originally Posted by elmor View Post

So if you sleep and resume, the applied settings are reverted to defaults?
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i know the q-code when waking ffom sleep is 30, but does the system actually revert to the bios setting when waking from sleep?

Yes, Q-Code stays at 30 when woken. Doesn't change back to OC code.
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

What kind of voltage levels are we talking about here for reaching 4 GHz? My 1800X would not even be somewhat RealBench stable w/o error belows 1.46V. And that is not because it is defective, just reached the limit.


i am running it at 3.8 ghz with 1.33v tested it with cinebench it passes the test but i cant reach 3.9ghz even with 1.46v i tried on it just crashes every time i about to test 3.8ghz under real bench right now to see even that is fully stable or not
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i am running it at 3.8 ghz with 1.33v tested it with cinebench it passes the test but i cant reach 3.9ghz even with 1.46v i tried on it just crashes every time i about to test 3.8ghz under real bench right now to see even that is fully stable or not

Just for science! Try 1.45 manual with LLC set on 2 or 3 ?!
If it passes your bench/tests you can always decide if you are going to use LLC or not...
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an 1800x that needs 1.46 for 4ghz to avoid errors in realbench is a baddie.
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Side note: Can anyone explain why my 1700x boosts to 4.0Ghz on all cores when it is clocked at 3.9Ghz? I'd love to run at 4.0Ghz but when I tried the amount of voltage was to high and yet I frequently see in in HwInfo that my CPU has boosted to 4.0Ghz. Shouldn't XFR be disabled and doesn't that only apply to one core? The boost I'm getting is on all cores but it seems to be random because it doesn't boost when stress testing.

Funny thing, i thought readings for wrong, but yesterday i saw same happening to me.
Im running 4Ghz with Pstates, and suddenly i saw 4.1Ghz on all cores as maximum value in HWiNFO rolleyes.gif

Something like SUPER XFR on all cores tongue.gif
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an 1800x that needs 1.46 for 4ghz to avoid errors in realbench is a baddie.

Well probably what first day pre-order + bad luck in the lottery can get you. But it does 3.9@1.36125V perfectly stable which is fine given those circumstances.
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