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post #71 of 110
Give the nb 1.2-1.25v and the cpu-nb 1.325v
Should be able to get the imc to cooperate with those bumps. Cpu v should need around 1.45-1.475v for 4ghz from what I've seen.
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K i'm gonna try that.
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No go. The thing Is it even does it when I drop the memory to 1333, the HT to 2000, and the NB to 2000. I think I may have to take it to stock*cough* and see if it still does that.
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try 4GHZ with lower NB clock, stability with 2800 MHz is very hard, try first 2600 MHz (think right, with default ht and NB was your x4 965 at 4 GHz stabil??? ).

I have x4 955 and diferent boards, but for stabil 2800 MHz at NB i must set: CPU-NB vcore:+0.35 (1.425V), NB voltage +0.1V (1.2V) and CPU is at 3.895 GHz
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UPDATE: I was ready to call it quits and say that it was "stable" enough for me.
Then I decided to run cinebench R10.... Worked fine single threaded but multi-threaded it would bluescreen. So I went into bios raised some voltages 2 or 3 times then went O....
Turns out I had a PEBKAC ID 10 T error (Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair IDIOT)
HT voltage was at auto little bump there and cinebench ran fine. Needless to say thank you all I will go back and give rep to those that helped. Time to see if it is prime stable now......
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Eclipseaudio4, in your MSI bios is the "NB" voltage for the chipset? Seeming you're still at the stock reference clock speed are you sure you need to raise that voltage? Now this is a different voltage from the CPU-NB voltage correct (which controls the NB Freq)?

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What BIOS are you running on your GD70?

My temps are a few degrees higher than yours at stock. With CnQ and C1e on at stock, my Core gets 32C on idle and 49C on load. My ambient temps are 29C. How are your ambient temperatures? How did you apply your thermal paste?

Nice OC btw!
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Originally Posted by thlnk3r View Post
Eclipseaudio4, in your MSI bios is the "NB" voltage for the chipset? Seeming you're still at the stock reference clock speed are you sure you need to raise that voltage? Now this is a different voltage from the CPU-NB voltage correct (which controls the NB Freq)?

Good luck
I have a NB (MB) voltage, a CPU_NB(IMC) voltage, and HT voltage. You know I'm not really sure I do need to raise that voltage but I will check that out later today.

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What BIOS are you running on your GD70?

My temps are a few degrees higher than yours at stock. With CnQ and C1e on at stock, my Core gets 32C on idle and 49C on load. My ambient temps are 29C. How are your ambient temperatures? How did you apply your thermal paste?

Nice OC btw!
I am on bios 1.54b.

I have CnQ and C1E disabled. Ambient temperature is ~68-72. I am using IC7 and just used a drop in the middle. You are actually running a little cooler than me because of your ambient temps.

Well I still am not Prime stable... core 1 errors every time due to rounding.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 8/23/09 at 6:40am
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Well I still am not Prime stable... core 1 errors every time due to rounding.
Eclipseaudio4, could it possible be that you have reached the limit of your processor? I guess that would be hard to say. I have noticed there is a lot more tweaking involved when it comes to these new Phenom II processors
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I have a NB (MB) voltage, a CPU_NB(IMC) voltage, and HT voltage. You know I'm not really sure I do need to raise that voltage but I will check that out later today.



I am on bios 1.54b.

I have CnQ and C1E disabled. Ambient temperature is ~68-72. I am using IC7 and just used a drop in the middle. You are actually running a little cooler than me because of your ambient temps.

Well I still am not Prime stable... core 1 errors every time due to rounding.
This is a link to my 4GHz trial's error's and eventual success! Please check it out. http://www.overclock.net/6891110-post2019.html

Since then I did a clean install (with format), and check this out I ran 3DMark 06 last night and scored 220 points higher, with the same settings and voltages I think the MOST valuable lesson I've learned is:

Do a clean install of your OS, then install all your apps/updates AND create a system state back up of your OS. After each blue screen or shut-down restore your clean sytem.

I had sooooo many shut-downs I can't even guess, I would re-install the chipset and video card drivers some times as a quick fix, but I believe a restore is the best.

GOOD LUCK SIR!,
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