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I'd check it first, would suck to delid it new out of the box & discover a dog of a chip that still needs huge vcore & can't do as well as a better chip with the lid, & now delidded you're stuck with it.
Or find it was a great low voltage chip that could have broken records, & now it won't.

this is true. i wish i could find a low voltage chip. mine is ok but id like to find better.
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this is true. i wish i could find a low voltage chip. mine is ok but id like to find better.

Same. biggrin.gif
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Hows this fora first try???
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2661430
Barely made it! Nice job!
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Can anyone answer this? Why does my computer lock up when I up the volts to 1.6? It freezes in bios if I can get past the post. I'm using a m5a97 mobo and fx-4100. It runs fine if my volts are below 1.6.
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Can anyone answer this? Why does my computer lock up when I up the volts to 1.6? It freezes in bios if I can get past the post. I'm using a m5a97 mobo and fx-4100. It runs fine if my volts are below 1.6.

it might just be the temps from trying to get the boot going. I know that those chips don't have a very high TjMax and shut down pretty fast. whats the die size? 32 nm?
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it might just be the temps from trying to get the boot going. I know that those chips don't have a very high TjMax and shut down pretty fast. whats the die size? 32 nm?

yeah 32nm am3+ chip... i just dont really get it. even if im booted to windows and change it through amd overdrive with my antec 920 cooler on extreme mode, it will freeze almost instantly and then when i reboot it will freeze before i can revert changes in bios. i was barely able to get a verification through CPUZ my first 5ghz attempt. when i stress my stable 4.7ghz my temps never exceed 60c. if im on extreme cooling mode they barely hit in the 50s with liquid temp around 35c.
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yeah 32nm am3+ chip... i just dont really get it. even if im booted to windows and change it through amd overdrive with my antec 920 cooler on extreme mode, it will freeze almost instantly and then when i reboot it will freeze before i can revert changes in bios. i was barely able to get a verification through CPUZ my first 5ghz attempt. when i stress my stable 4.7ghz my temps never exceed 60c. if im on extreme cooling mode they barely hit in the 50s with liquid temp around 35c.

That might just be the limits through temps man. A buddy of mine was tryign for a OC of 4.3-4.5 Ghz and he couldn't get anything higher than 4.4 but it was due to the temps it kept shutting down to save the chip. With that architecture the thermal limits are very low so any time you play with the 60C range you must be careful. So basically pull that vcore way back and go for a nice good OC. thumb.gif
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Update!!!!! i squeezed a little more out of her!!! biggrin.gif
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2662292
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