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Hello forum!

I apologize if my English isnt perfect but Ill do my best!

For the past couple of weeks I have tried to get to 4 GHz but I cant get it stable even after trying the guide as good as I can.

I tried following this guide:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/72...ners-club.html

So what I have done so far is:

Multiplayer - 14
CPU Freq - 286
RAM Freq - 1525 MHz/ 9-9-9-24
NB - 1725 MHz
HT - 1725 MHz

C1E - Off
Cool n' Quiet - Off
Turbo - Off
LLC - Off

CPU Volt - 1.475V
CPU/NB - 1.2V
RAM Volt - 1.65V

Any tip would be apprieciated.

Regards

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More voltages across the board.... your cpu cooling may be insufficient.
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post #3 of 35
LOL NB freq and HT freq are waaaaaaaaaaay below stock and it's still not stable? Vcore seems like it should be enough but might not be for this particular chip. I would have to agree with PeaceMaker about the cooling...what temps do HWMonitor show?
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More voltages across the board.... your cpu cooling may be insufficient.
Correct me if Im wrong but the stock voltage is 1.225 right?

Everything right now is at stock speeds and its under 1.19

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LOL NB freq and HT freq are waaaaaaaaaaay below stock and it's still not stable? Vcore seems like it should be enough but might not be for this particular chip. I would have to agree with PeaceMaker about the cooling...what temps do HWMonitor show?
Since my voltage was very low even at stock speed I did increase it a little bit and thought it would be enough. Well I quess I was wrong.

Right now at idle its about 33 and load id say 39.

I hade 3.8 GHz Stable for a couple of hours befor and it didnt go above 47.

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post #6 of 35
Ok, it's probably the vdroop making your overclock unstable since you have LLC off. Turn LLC on at full calibration (100%) and drop vcore to around 1.3625. Don't worry, this voltage will increase under load because that's what LLC does (whatever you do, DO NOT leave vcore at 1.475 and turn LLC on since this will make your vcore spike to over 1.525 volts easily under load).

Here, check this thread out. It will help you, expecially the posts by IOSEFINI. He knows a lot about this board.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/91...libration.html
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Ok, it's probably the vdroop making your overclock unstable since you have LLC off. Turn LLC on at full calibration (100%) and drop vcore to around 1.3625. Don't worry, this voltage will increase under load because that's what LLC does (whatever you do, DO NOT leave vcore at 1.475 and turn LLC on since this will make your vcore spike to over 1.525 volts easily under load).

Here, check this thread out. It will help you, expecially the posts by IOSEFINI. He knows a lot about this board.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/91...libration.html
Thank you for your quick respond.

I will try it out.

Should I disable Spread Spectrum?

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post #8 of 35
Yes, turn spread spectrum off.
post #9 of 35
Start easy with a 14 multiplier x 200 MHz bus for CPU @ 1.40v, CPU-NB 2600 MHz @ 1.25v, HTT 2000 Mhz @ [Auto].
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post #10 of 35
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Yes, turn spread spectrum off.
Alright I started all over with the overclock.

Im at 3.5 GHz stable with 100% LLC as you recommendd and it doesnt require more than 1.39V at max.

Maximum temp was 43´C after 2 hours of AOD.

All I did was back of with the memory, NB and HT and its stable for now.

What would you recommend me to do for my next step?

Regards

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