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After reading around a bit I disabled what I needed to, bumped up the multiplier, and got two bsod's on lower voltages, but at 1.425v I have had no problems running prime95 for the past 30 mins or so.



So where do I go from here? I'm sure I've done something wrong, as I did this pretty hastily
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First Welcome to OCN. Next What Cpu cooler do you have? if your cooling is good then 4.25GHZ 24/7 is cake. 250FSB 17multi and 2500NB and HT link. this is what i run on water. Nice first Overclock. Also go into User Cp and fill in your rig specs Please.
Edited by Moparman - 12/25/10 at 8:55pm
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K will go in and change those settings in a sec, though I didnt see where to change the fsb last time, only the multi. But Im sure I just missed it.

Using the thermalake frio. Also updating user cp
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Just watch your temps. you will need a little more voltage for 4.25ghz. I would use 250FSB and drop the multi to get you back to 4ghz and run that. Its a sweet spot for 24/7 use IMO.
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Ok got to 4.25ghz (250x17) @ 1.475v Any lower voltage gave a bsod. What did you mean by HT link? And what should I do for now, just run prime all night while I sleep and hope for the best? And lastly, you were saying that for normal use I should keep it at 4ghz? and do so by just dropping the multi and not the fsb?



/e Just got an error with prime 95 three out of the six workers stopped, not sure what that means but heres copypaste of my result.txt

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[Sun Dec 26 00:18:35 2010]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
[Sun Dec 26 00:24:47 2010]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4990234375, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.

Edited by Skadwick - 12/25/10 at 9:32pm
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You need a little more voltage. Also what do you do with this rig? if your gaming 4ghz is fine. if your benching then go as high as it will go. HT is the Hyper transport link. And as far as running 4ghz. Use a 250FSB and the a 16 multi that extra FSB helps a little. Also your getting close to max Temps i would run. I would stick with the 4ghz setup till you get alot better cooling.
Edited by Moparman - 12/25/10 at 9:39pm
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stepped down to 4ghz and have it running at 1.475v. upped the HT and NB to 2500.

Only game tested in so far is Wow, and I'm getting anywhere from 20-30 fps on ultra in front of the Auction House in Org on a high pop server.

Going to run a 3dmark vantage either tonight or tomorrow will post stuffs when I do

Anything else I should do while i'm at it? I hear about people timing their ram or something like that? but I know almost nothing about ram
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What are your Ram specs? (voltages etc) And you do realize that by increasing the Ref Clock to 250MHz that will increase the Ram Frequency, NB, and HT Speed as well right?
Try to raise the NB freq to 2600-2800MHz and maintain the HT Speed at 2000MHz. Each will have it's own multiplier to work with.
Also keep an eye on the Ram voltage, as you increase the Ref Clock that will raise the ram freq and require additional voltage as well.
It might pay to read through this thread http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html
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Nothing worse than rushing when learning how to OC, as it does take time and a good understanding of the bios and all it's features to achieve a good STABLE OC. That way when you get 3 cores that fail a stress test at least you'll have an idea of whats causing the problem. Just another note, you should be stress testing at least 12 hours (many like to go 24 hrs) to be considered stable. But that would only be after you get to a point that you're happy with. Take your time and research/learn along the way, you'll be much happier!
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Thanks for the reply sandman. I've researched a little more into OCing, including reading that thread you linked, and think I've got a pretty stable OC for now. This ran for 6 hours in prime 95 last night, with the temps on the right of HWmonitor showing the max my temps hit, and on the left collmn is what my temps peaked at this time (The temp peaks from the test last night are likely high due to the heater turning on)

I lowered the ref clock down to 225 and upped the multi. When I was running the ref at 250 I couldn't get it stable for very long, I assume now that upping the ram voltage or something along those lines would have helped, but I am happy with where it is now.

EDIT: would it be better to just go with 200ref and 2000 NB and ht? for some added stability

Ram specs included in picture. Anything I should change now? Still a little confused with the ram aspect, but I'm not really concerned about OCing that.

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[QUOTE=Skadwick;11782155]Thanks for the reply sandman. I've researched a little more into OCing, including reading that thread you linked, and think I've got a pretty stable OC for now. This ran for 6 hours in prime 95 last night, with the temps on the right of HWmonitor showing the max my temps hit, and on the left collmn is what my temps peaked at this time (The temp peaks from the test last night are likely high due to the heater turning on)

I lowered the ref clock down to 225 and upped the multi. When I was running the ref at 250 I couldn't get it stable for very long, I assume now that upping the ram voltage or something along those lines would have helped, but I am happy with where it is now.

EDIT: would it be better to just go with 200ref and 2000 NB and ht? for some added stability

Ram specs included in picture. Anything I should change now? Still a little confused with the ram aspect, but I'm not really concerned about OCing that.

[/QUOTE

By lowering the ref clock back to 200 will help determine a max OC on just the CPU by it self, which would be a good place to start. (re read the link again) it works best when you find a max clock for all areas individually first, then add them together for a complete system OC. That will also give you time to research a bit more in one area at a time and learn the procedures for each, and your bios.
I'd try to see how low of a Vcore you can get the cpu to stabilize at, 1.475 seems a little high for 4.0GHz on a Turbin from what I've seen done with others on here. Remember higher voltage makes more heat and is harder to stabilize.
As far as ram specs, I was hoping you'd post the stock settings that came with the ram, (example mine is 1600MHz 7-8-7-24 @1.35v) and be sure to manually set ram to these settings in your bios to start with if you haven't already.
The ref clock you currently have is a start and can be left there, but ideally the NB would be raised to 2800MHz (CPU/NB Freq in bios, usually a multiplier) this would also help stability when cpu is 4.0GHz. This will probably need a small voltage increase to CPU/NB voltage (VDDNB Voltage in some bios) start at 1.2v and make small increases till stable, max of 1.4-1.45v for CPU/NB voltage (NOT NB voltage) leave that on auto for now.
HT Link in CPUZ is usually controlled the same way with a multiplier and ideally that would set to 2000MHz or as close as poss +/- 100MHz.
Starting to see a pattern here? Start with getting the cpu stable, then go for raising the CPU/NB Freq to 2800MHz and maintain the HT link speed at 2000MHz by reducing it's multiplier if ness. By doing things in steps like this you'll have a lot better chance of knowing exactly what may be causing any future instability.
Let me know if I can help you go any further, but take some time and research as you go, it'll pay off in the long run! Good luck man!!!
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