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Originally Posted by Ashtyr View Post

1,38 for 2400 Mhz is too high, i have it to 1,35 V to 3200Mhz., anyway higher NB would help to stabilize your OC and your CPU will gain performance.
Second, keep Ht as close to stock as posible,The further away from 2ghz you will have worse performance.
Third 1,50 to 3,9 Ghz is a litle high as well,normally between 1,43 /1,46 would be fine
And for my case, I never can pass Prime95, I can pass without problems 3dmark, a new dawn, heaven 3.0, Pi, cinebench.......anything but prime95, and play games for hours without a single problem, so if your rig works fine do not obsess over prime

What works for you doesn't necessarily work for others. You're voltages are pretty low for where you're at. You have a great board and probably at least a decent chip. His voltages aren't outrageous.
post #4592 of 5036
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few quick questions/update
1-what is a good value buy for a MOSFET similar to 212+ in terms of value; i am asking as i have a ga-880ga-ud3h http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3520#ov
i notice the NOSFET is a 4+1 and not as good as 8+2 as it may run the psu harder into the ground sooner. i think i may need one as i gave them a touch and they were hot. idk where my sensor on my video card is (evga 465) but when testing intelburntest they felt hotter than the back of my videocard and my card is running 68C. so idk if there is a universal max temp for a MOSFET or its particular to each mobo.

2-i was reading other forums and people were saying that the ga-880-gm uses recycled, but ive read that "GA-880GA-UD3H Processor power supply part of the 4 +1 phase power design, and even high-end processors 140W TDP stable operation. Ultra Durable 3 and 2x copper PCB is one of the highlights of this motherboard in workmanship and materials, is also the highest level 880G motherboard. Used in all high-quality solid capacitors from Japan Chemical and closed inductance can guarantee that the motherboard power supply is more pure and more stable, while enhancing the overall stability of the motherboard and extend motherboard life. High material quality can also be exposed to higher current, and to enhance the performance of the board's overclocking a great help. 2x copper PCB also further reduce the temperature of the motherboard, work efficiency significantly elevated." any insight on this? hwmonitor shows my chip running at 141w so idk if i am just freaking over nothing

i know i should do 1 at a time, but i lowered the core to 1.47
nb-1.26 and adjusted the htlink/nb freq to 2100.
ram still at 1.65 @ 1200-any suggestions on lowering this? its rated 1.5 and the info on the ram is above post

i got an error basically saying my oc is not stable 5th cycle



although this is in russian it basically says the same

http://www.overclockers.ua/motherboard/gigabyte-ga-880ga-ud3h/1/

"Motherboard GA-880GA-UD3H is powerful enough power system, which is typical of more expensive models. Power connector and an additional ATH24 Eight-connector located on the edges of the board. This increases the ease of assembly and prevents air flow inside the case. CPU voltage converter is built on a "4 +1" and controlled PWM controller Intersil ISL6324A.

Supports all AMD Socket AM3 processors with heat up to 140 W inclusive. A bold statement, considering the lack of cooling VRM. To work in normal mode no VRM heatsink will not affect the stability and durability of the work, but in the case of overclocking, we recommend to take care of cooling MOSFET'ov. Chipset Cooler GA-880GA-UD3H is a rather gloomy picture:


finally my ram is not listed as supported for my mobo. idk if i should just get new ram. http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=222

Most of what you're reading is marketing hype. 4+1 design is about pretty basic. You're feeling a lot of heat from the high voltages. Are there heatsinks on the VRM's already?

Move speed of NB back up but keep HT as close to 2000 as possible.
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yeah that was was i was trying to say; from the information i have gathered there is more people saying 4+1 sucks, but i did read that it stands up to 140w, but im unsure of where that number came from and since less people have said this i am lead to believe that my MOSFET's may be getting outrageously hot. im kind of freaking out now to run it a few .X volts past stock. as there is no way of telling its true temp and there are not as easily found information on MOSFET max temps.

to answer your question; no i don't have have a heatsink on the VRM.

just to clarify VRM and MOSFET are the same thing right?

lastly people keep talking about LLC and i think my mobo can support it/ but i am not sure what volt it should be set at
post #4594 of 5036
Submitted for the Mayhem competition. Figured I post here as well. Hoping to get higher. My actual 24/7 is 4.02 ghz with 300 FSB and 13.5 multiplier. Everything else is pretty much the same.

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Here we go maybe ill post this in the right thread this time :/
An old build of mine. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1520785
Was really impressed with her biggrin.gif
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im sure this has been beaten to death, but i turned cool and quiet and all the other bios settings, but my computer still down clocks when idling. its driving me crazy frown.gif im not sure but i feel this is adding to the minor stuttering my computer is getting every <10mins. does this have something to do with the LLC? i changed my mult to as that doesnt make a differences to the overall clock
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Hi im running into issues getting my 1055t Stable.

I have a h100 and i used Arctic Silver to attach . using HWINfo, my Thermal Diode Hits 60 When using Intel Burn in! My Socket hits 68!

Before OC highest i saw was 55 on the socket , maybe a bit lower. Even that is too high IMO.

I have the H100 in a Corsair 500R Case. I have also BSOD a few times.

SPECs of my OC.

LLC on
276 x 14 @ 3.88 (Had 286 on 4.04 but had instability under BF3, Nothing else tho...)
1.45Cpu Volts
1.3 CPU/NB
1.2v HT voltage
DRAM is 1.65 (.15 v over stock rating)

HT Link 1938
NB Freq 2215

Should i be repasting this stuff? I dont see why my cooler isnt doing the job, the fans are working and it is switched to full. Is Case circulation an issue (I have full HDD Bays except bottom 2 are SSD)
post #4598 of 5036
^^^

You should try and reseat the h100 on the CPU, chances are that it's not seated correctly, leaveing air pockets between the h100 heatsink and the CPU.

Use a tiny drop of thermal paste in the centre of the CPU. Your overclock and voltages are fine, the temps are not, report back when you have done this.

Remember to clean off any remaining thermal paste off the h100 and the CPU before applying new paste.
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I will be doing this tomorrow! I Have for the moment returened to stock Clock, with Intel Burn in i get 50 Degrees Socket Max and 39 From CPU. Still high IMO.

The thing i worry is this is the second time i have seated it with no real improvements, the first was with the pad the second was when i purchased paste, am i possibly missing something ?

I have attached the CPU and mounted the H100 with 2 screws, screwing all the way until it stops pretty much (i didnt wanna go anymore) Maybe i used too much paste, i will take a snap of it as i pull it off.
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Check heatsinks on the VRM's too. If they're getting quite warm that could also cause instability.
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