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post #11 of 17
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pretty much just make sure your ram settings are at stock or rated speed, set multi to 46, set v core to a little lower then what you have and keep lowering testing each step for stability.
umm 70c is like 158F. you must be in a boiler room or oven of some kind.

Lol Sorry 70f

Also,

My RAM is 3200mhz XMP can I leave it at that?

Also, doing all this is there minimal gain? I rather leave it as if but I will take your advice if it's best I lower the vcore.
post #12 of 17
i dont think there will be that much of a gain. probably 5* lower or so. as long as vcore is under 1.4v you are fine.

could look into maybe spinning the cooler fans faster but all in all i think its ok where it is at.
post #13 of 17
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IF
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i dont think there will be that much of a gain. probably 5* lower or so. as long as vcore is under 1.4v you are fine.

could look into maybe spinning the cooler fans faster but all in all i think its ok where it is at.

If I did give it a shot would I have to touch my XMP on my memory or only mulitplier & vcore?
post #14 of 17
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IF
If I did give it a shot would I have to touch my XMP on my memory or only mulitplier & vcore?

idk depends on the board, most likely just need to tell it to use xmp and touch the core multi and voltage. it isn't as fun as the 775 days where you also can mess with the FSB. you can on these a little but too much can destabilize other things.

mostly it just takes a little time for testing.

take a watch of this to give a decent walk through

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THKOi3mhE4U
post #15 of 17
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idk depends on the board, most likely just need to tell it to use xmp and touch the core multi and voltage. it isn't as fun as the 775 days where you also can mess with the FSB. you can on these a little but too much can destabilize other things.

mostly it just takes a little time for testing.

take a watch of this to give a decent walk through

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THKOi3mhE4U

Ty
post #16 of 17
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idk depends on the board, most likely just need to tell it to use xmp and touch the core multi and voltage. it isn't as fun as the 775 days where you also can mess with the FSB. you can on these a little but too much can destabilize other things.

mostly it just takes a little time for testing.

take a watch of this to give a decent walk through

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THKOi3mhE4U

He disabled XMP in the video, I need XMP For my memory.
post #17 of 17
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He disabled XMP in the video, I need XMP For my memory.

then enable it. normally you run ram at super stock settings when overclocking to take that off the table when the computer fails an overclock. 1 thing at a time.
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