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Originally Posted by Ne01 OnnA View Post

THX good news for us thumb.gif

Maby RAM will be stable for this settings rolleyes.gif -> http://valid.x86.fr/3ln5a8

Now on This -> http://valid.x86.fr/9jtn9j

That looks like a golden 1700, if those voltages are any where near accurate for 4GHz. Get some 3600MHz B-die in there and let that baby stretch its legs.
post #3462 of 20634
I'm wondering if for some reason there is a statistical difference in clocks in Malaysian assembled vs Chinese assembled. My Malaysian assembled chip still waiting for a motherboard though frown.gif

I don't think there would be, they are all fabbed in the same place.
post #3463 of 20634
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

No 0!! Increase it with your keyboard + key till 0.125

What's wrong with 0? It puts 0.00625 in for you.
post #3464 of 20634
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Originally Posted by omfgcookies View Post

Manual doesn't let the voltage drop for power saving I believe.

Yep that's right, I thought he asked performance wise..
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I'm telling you the settings what's working for me 1000%.. You could always play or tweak when you are stable..
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

I'm telling you the settings what's working for me 1000%.. You could always play or tweak when you are stable..

I just meant put 0 to find out what your base was. It seems like vcore jumps around at certain increments in the bios page but that was a reliable way to see it for me.
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Originally Posted by omfgcookies View Post

I just meant put 0 to find out what your base was. It seems like vcore jumps around at certain increments in the bios page but that was a reliable way to see it for me.

Voltages values next to your inputfield are not reacting real time. You need to save and re-enter bios to see the voltage readings..
post #3468 of 20634
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Edit: I'm not using DOCP
This far not using docp seems to be the trick. 4ghz @ 1.395v stable realbench for 15 min. Gonna let it run 2hr to see.

CAM fluctuating 68-75c with an x62 but I don't know if that's including 1800x offset(40c liquid full load).

Yeah +0.0125 offset saved and rebooted was fluctuating between 1.351 and 1.373 for me whereas 0.00625 was sticking to 1.351.
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I mean I can get a decent overclock to just push to CPU-Z http://valid.x86.fr/3fam0b but that doesnt mean its stable for gaming biggrin.gif
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Guys, is there anything wrong you can spot? I am trying to OC using Pstate0, but I can't even get 3700 stable. After a few minutes (1-15) into Prime95 Blend it blackscreens on me. Clean Win10 install. Stock Wraith Spire until my X62 arrives. The components are in my sig. It does the same when I set RAM to auto, which defaults it to 2133. As soon as I start OCing the CPU, it blackscreens at some point.
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