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Well I have another question. What makes a CPU stable. temperature or clock? At 4.0 I am running about 38c idle and __ load.......i dont know cause it always bsod as soon as I put anything over 75% load. It will run superpi no problem but anything more than that. bsod.
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thats a weird one. could be ram frequency?
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what other setting are your running besides 206x19 and cpu volts at 1.55? i would love to get 3.9 stable like yourself.

+ rep for the help.
Heres some screenshots





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Well I have another question. What makes a CPU stable. temperature or clock? At 4.0 I am running about 38c idle and __ load.......i dont know cause it always bsod as soon as I put anything over 75% load. It will run superpi no problem but anything more than that. bsod.
temps are going too high for it to be stable. happens to me all the time. get better cooling
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yep, gotta keep it cool.
I hit 4ghz also, but when I was priming I was looking at the temps and I seen it going above 60c....and it bsod on me. I was wondering though if I hit it again, can I run some gaming benches and see if it pass that. But the temps are what worries me. Then again, maybe amd created this chip to withstand some heat I mean, people are hitting above 1.575 volts like nothing to get above 3.8ghz and its doing fine.

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Flyers fan by any chance? We have the same motherboard. I cant get mine as high as you though.
I was back in the late 90s when they made it to the stanley cup thats about it though.

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Kool bro. Why so much voltage to the NB? ive only added 0.25 extra to the NB for my clockin.
I lowered it after seeing it didnt affect the stability. im at 1.35 right now 1.325 might do it but I havent tested that yet.

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finally! i hit 4.0

vcore 1.5625
multi 17.50
fsb 230
ht link 1.8 ghz
nb volt auto
sb volt auto
mem volt 2.00
mem freq 800 mhz
mem timing auto

stable for 30 mins prime 95

loads 49C idles at 33C


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=492041
Thats awesome. Mines failed at 4ghz in under a minute lol.
If I only had some watercooling.
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temps are going too high for it to be stable. happens to me all the time. get better cooling
so your telling me that within seconds the processor temp is going from 38c to 61c. Sorry I think it is just a matter of tweaking the system.
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thxs man. +rep!
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thxs man. +rep!
rep granted indeed. Seems like a nice oc. Thanks heaps for posting the bios. Let ya know how mine rides.
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Rotary: let us know if u can get 4.0ghz to stable. U might not be able to run occt or prime due to the temps but u should be able to pull some gaming and other benchmarks to test stable? What im saying is u dont "realy" have to stress 100% to see if its stable. I know most of you will think diff but day to day use i dont have any apps that use 100% so should never be seeing those temps.
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I was back in the late 90s when they made it to the stanley cup thats about it though.
Oh man come back to the light.
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