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post #5811 of 6432
it's always good for this thread to keep going IMHO.

did u try upping the voltage when unlocked? Alot of the unlocked cpus requires a bit more voltage when unlocked (try 1.35 with no oc). a black screen is one of the signs not enough voltage although, you r also on a stock cooler so i have no idea how that thing works. Just keep that mind too.
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post #5812 of 6432
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it's always good for this thread to keep going IMHO.

did u try upping the voltage when unlocked? Alot of the unlocked cpus requires a bit more voltage when unlocked (try 1.35 with no oc). a black screen is one of the signs not enough voltage although, you r also on a stock cooler so i have no idea how that thing works. Just keep that mind too.
interesting..i didnt try that way....ima try it right..try putting it to the stock then unlocking the core wit no oc...thanks for the advice
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post #5813 of 6432
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it's always good for this thread to keep going IMHO.

did u try upping the voltage when unlocked? Alot of the unlocked cpus requires a bit more voltage when unlocked (try 1.35 with no oc). a black screen is one of the signs not enough voltage although, you r also on a stock cooler so i have no idea how that thing works. Just keep that mind too.
just tested it and windows logo comes up den bam blue screen but thanks for the help really appreciate it
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well, it's up to u high of volts u want to try. Personally, the highest i would go for cpu voltage is 1.525.
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post #5815 of 6432
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well, it's up to u high of volts u want to try. Personally, the highest i would go for cpu voltage is 1.525.
i went all the way up to 1.5v n no luck guessing its unstable but ill do my research on it
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post #5816 of 6432
1.5v is a lot of juice to try and get a stable quad at 2.8Ghz. lol You could easily oc your remaining cores to outperform that.
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post #5817 of 6432
^^

actually, that's true, if u need that much voltage, don't bother unlocking.

on a different note, i think i did find a "hole" in my OC. 213x16.5 is stable, but 206x17 is NOT.. how the hell does that make sense?
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post #5818 of 6432
Your multiplier doesn't like to run that high. Raise the CPU-VDDA or VDD voltage. That will help stabilize multiplier overclocks.
That's kinda what overclocking is. Finding the max everything can run at, then balancing it all out.
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Your multiplier doesn't like to run that high. Raise the CPU-VDDA or VDD voltage. That will help stabilize multiplier overclocks.
That's kinda what overclocking is. Finding the max everything can run at, then balancing it all out.
im currently running at 3.6GHz and i bought the hyper n 520 cooler since before i had a stock cooler but what setting would you recommend to reach at least 3.8ghz?
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post #5820 of 6432
i thought 3.8 on this cpu is really rare, it will be tough getting one that high.

meh, i think i'll just run it at a higher fsb to get my 3.5ghz. Been stress testing for 2 days, i want to use my comp now
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