Originally Posted by Da5id
I thought the fourth core was a mixture of 750sb and an older BIOS. Either way, i wouldn't sweat it too much. Your vcore seems too high for 3.6GHz. Try lowering it to around 1.42v and see if it's stable for you. If so, keep pushing the voltage down until its unstable.
yes seein how people get to 3.6 without much voltage makes me wonder what's wrong with mine hehe, not quite impress so far. If i remember correctly with that 1.42v I can only get 3.4, didn't check for stability though, a few times it just reboots, I wonder if my OS is givin problems, because it was the OS for my previous hardware, I think i'll reformat everythin just to be sure..
The last one i tried was 3.6 with 1.5v, that actually lasted only 3-4 hours, BSOD after that.
I remember previous when i overclock my 5000+ black edition, if there's problems like not enough voltage, prime95 will show up red, with this x3 720, I get BSOD all the time heh, hmm maybe my OS screwing prime95 up or somethin...