Originally Posted by eXe.Lilith
Tssk Tssk. Power of positive thinking Drin. You WILL
break 4GHz, and then post us some screenies
Hahaha, thanks man
Even if I don't get it stable, I can always just bench with it. It's definitely stable enough for that, although I suppose it might not be accurate in some manner (it'd probably crash the os anyway if this happened).
Things are looking a bit iffy on this end however - my board/board bios is bugged, and anything above 1.61 vcore will not even post regardless of temperatures. Which is a pity, because I have a lot of headroom. It also means my computer won't boot into windows past 4.15ghz, because my temps my temps are not low enough to allow that frequency with a vcore below 1.61v.
The good news however, is that if I do get it 4.0ghz stable, it would be a 24/7 clock in winter, and with a few more cooling additions, probably 24/7 all year round (with the AC on if it it is a really hot day). In either case, there's a few more tricks I've got left to try and make it stable I believe - when its crashing, its not crashing the os, but OCCT is constantly reporting an error on the same core which must be weaker.
Well I guess I've got one more day to try and work it out, so I better get to it. Best of luck to everyone else and their oc's!