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He's not using Asus, but it'll give you a better idea of what you're doing. The names and procedures should be close if not exact.


just my two cents (because I hate the smell of burning silicone) -
When you oc and get a stable setting, keep it under 60 celsius under load.
When adding voltage, I personally get a bit scared around 1.4 volts.
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Originally Posted by Megabander;12111483 
He's not using Asus, but it'll give you a better idea of what you're doing. The names and procedures should be close if not exact.


just my two cents (because I hate the smell of burning silicone) -
When you oc and get a stable setting, keep it under 60 celsius under load.
When adding voltage, I personally get a bit scared around 1.4 volts.

which one is the volts one lol, i dont know much about it:thinking:
post #13 of 20
cpu overvoltage.

But before you go any further, read as many guides as you can and be sure of what you're doing.

I blew up an oc'd pentium 4 yesterday for fun. Burning up x6 amd's....not so much fun
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200 to 250 is way too big of a jump. Don't get impatient or you're going to burn something. Start at 200 and go in +10 increments. Boot up the system at 210 CPU/HT frequency, then in windows run prime95 or linpack for 20-30 minutes. Monitor CPU temperatures. I recommend coretemp or HWmonitor(hardware monitor) which comes from the makers of CPU-z.

Prime 95 and/or linpack stress your CPU and exposes instabilities. If your OC is not stable or is dangerously too hot these programs will let you know.

Going right into 250 bclock(base block speed) and it not even booting up is expected. You have to take it slow! Also read OC guides and realize you will at some point have to mess with the north bridge and it's voltage to help keep your OC stable as you approach 4ghz. Memory is also so tightly woven in with AMD that you might have to play with timings and/or the multipliers for that as well.

Good luck and keep the questions rolling!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FenrirXIII;12111683 
200 to 250 is way too big of a jump. Don't get impatient or you're going to burn something. Start at 200 and go in +10 increments. Boot up the system at 210 CPU/HT frequency, then in windows run prime95 or linpack for 20-30 minutes. Monitor CPU temperatures. I recommend coretemp or HWmonitor(hardware monitor) which comes from the makers of CPU-z.

Prime 95 and/or linpack stress your CPU and exposes instabilities. If your OC is not stable or is dangerously too hot these programs will let you know.

Going right into 250 bclock(base block speed) and it not even booting up is expected. You have to take it slow! Also read OC guides and realize you will at some point have to mess with the north bridge and it's voltage to help keep your OC stable as you approach 4ghz. Memory is also so tightly woven in with AMD that you might have to play with timings and/or the multipliers for that as well.

Good luck and keep the questions rolling!

^ this. Don't you just wish you could impart your knowledge to someone else like sharing a file? It'd make things so much easier...
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I followed this exactly
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5a7AxZJ7tWc[/ame]
and now have a stable overclock at 4ghz. I have the #1 Aircooler, so you might want to watch your temps.
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ya, i wish i could get u guys smartness too, and i did do it gradualy, i had it 240 working fine, but 260 didnt work so i had to reset the bios, so i know 240 will work, not sure about 250 though...
il keep you guys updated anyway.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TechRex;12111754 
I followed this exactly
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5a7AxZJ7tWc
and now have a stable overclock at 4ghz. I have the #1 Aircooler, so you might want to watch your temps.

ya thats what i was copying...until i realised my bios was nothing like that, mine doesnt have ai tweaker:mad:, shuda got the m4a89 instead of stupid m4a88 lol
post #19 of 20
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it works fine with cpu/ht referance clock at 240, and memclock value at 1280 (ive1600) but when i try increase cpu over voltage from auto to 1.025000 it doesnt work.
post #20 of 20
move voltage needed, overclocking is about patience and a bit of trial and error im afraid, it isnt going to magically go to 4gHz in one fell swoop, every chip is different.
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