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- Clock Speed - 3616.87
- Bus xMulti - 200.94 x18
- RAM Speed - 800Mhz
- Vcore - 1.424v
- HT Link - 2009.1
- Motherboard -GA-MA790X-DS4
- Chipset - 790X/SB600
- CPU Cooling -Noctua NH-U12P

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Why you think it is NB/ram? I am quite confused of NB and overclocking and what causes trouble. Can someone tell bit more abou that or tell me link where I could find some info?
the CPU-NB is the connection between CPU & ram. if you overclock your cpu, there's more data calculated and more stress on the CPU-NB, so you need more stability. you can get more stability by decreasing the CPU-NB frequency or increasing the CPU-NB voltage. i also read about the CPU-NB bottlenecking the system at high overclock, so it could be, that you have to increase your NB speed, and also voltage to get it stable.

if you looked at the link, theres some useful stuff, how to see which part of your system holds you back.

correct me please if i'm wrong
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Originally Posted by darklord27 View Post
the CPU-NB is the connection between CPU & ram. if you overclock your cpu, there's more data calculated and more stress on the CPU-NB, so you need more stability. you can get more stability by decreasing the CPU-NB frequency or increasing the CPU-NB voltage. i also read about the CPU-NB bottlenecking the system at high overclock, so it could be, that you have to increase your NB speed, and also voltage to get it stable.

if you looked at the link, theres some useful stuff, how to see which part of your system holds you back.

correct me please if i'm wrong
it should not be a problem if the NB is higher than the HT link, and should not be a problem if both values are close to 2000. as long as NB stays higher or the same as the HT there should not be any problems...
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Hey guys haven't posted in a while...

I'm still chillin' with my 3755 MHz @ 1.5V /w my cooooooooooo' temperatures with the Mugen 2.
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Thats nice but why you posting just that?
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Thats nice but why you posting just that?
you just made my day so far wills! lol anyhow, how are you brother? my rig's back up
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Thats nice but why you posting just that?
It's a new OC...

- Clock Speed - 3700
- Bus xMulti - 200 x18.5
- NB Volts +.1; NB VID +.025
- RAM Speed - 800Mhz 4-4-4-12
- Vcore - 1.456
- HT Link - 2000
- Motherboard -GA-MA790X-UD4P
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It's a new OC...

- Clock Speed - 3700
- Bus xMulti - 200 x18.5
- NB Volts +.1; NB VID +.025
- RAM Speed - 800Mhz 4-4-4-12
- Vcore - 1.456
- HT Link - 2000
- Motherboard -GA-MA790X-UD4P
- Chipset - 790X/SB750
- CPU Cooling - AC freezer 64 pro w/ shin etsu x23
Have you tried for an X4?
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Have you tried for an X4?
yes

cant even get into BIOS with it, have to reset CMOS
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