^At those settings, you're stable? or is that your target? p.s. what is your cooling?
I would start everything off at the lowest voltages (except for your vcore, see what it is in CPU-Z at stock FSB)
and bump everything by an increment of 1.
I got my system stable last night at FSB of 360 @ 3.78ghz
with the following settings:
divider is at 333mhz
freq at 721mhz
I haven't tried anything higher as it was 2am by the time I finished IBT (6-7 runs) figured it was good as temps stayed around ~66C
No that's not even close to my target. I know the CPU can take at least 450x8.5 because I have tested it on another board. Lets say that's my target then for the starters. Those settings are where I hit the very unexpeted brick wall:
Those settings are the last stable settings and after that If I want to raise FSB, I need to tweak memory settings, which inevitably leads to totally unstable RAM. That's my problem in a nutshell. If I change memory related settings to something else than 'auto' the RAM becomes highly unstable. Any suggestions what to try and set as VTT or NB? I've tried different values between 1.10-1.30 but no luck.
ps. My CPU cooler is Noctua nh12up with two fans and temps hardly go over 50C under max stress. Though it doesn't even matter cause at this point im struggling with memory stability. Also I don't think memory temps are a problem either cause they are way underclocked.