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Have you tried using the +/- keys to change the volts?
will try that then report back
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I have the feeling he hasn't stressed his CPU yet.

But even to post at such low voltages is fairly impressive.
everything is passing in prime95 temps staying at 37c with cores at 45c
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No they are grayed out and i cant change them,
Apparently you can change the settings on this motherboard by using the +/- keys on the numpad (i tried to look into for you). Other than that i don't know what to suggest, could try pressing F4 or something.
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Originally Posted by Haroin View Post
No they are grayed out and i cant change them,
Apparently you can change the settings on this motherboard by using the +/- keys on the numpad (i tried to look into for you). Other than that i don't know what to suggest, could try pressing F4 or something.

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Have you tried using the +/- keys to change the volts?
Beat me to it lol

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everything is passing in prime95 temps staying at 37c with cores at 45c
Those are good temps.

EDIT: Double post idiot
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Apparently you can change the settings on this motherboard by using the +/- keys on the numpad (i tried to look into for you). Other than that i don't know what to suggest, could try pressing F4 or something.
yup +/- works, ok , now looking back at my bios settings what should i change for volts?
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Do I see "auto" CPU VDD?
You reached 4.1Ghz at stock volts!?
Must be the watercooling, keeping things cool apparently makes Phenom II reach better overclocks at lower volts...
Sadly that is not the case on my chip

Anyway, you can probably change the value by hovering over it and prssing +/-
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post #27 of 48
Try 1.45v to start with. Lower your multiplier to something like 10x and begin to up your bus speed. 205-220-235-250etc. Once your stable on your bus speed increase your multi to about 15x/16x and then test for stability.

Remember to keep your NB/HT settings as have already been described in this thread.
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post #28 of 48
The OP's OC is similar to mine. I have 3.9 stable in Prime95 with 1.452 Vcore. My NB does not like to be turned up. Even at 1.3 it will not post over 22XX MHz. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with my RAM, but I don't want to sacrifice RAM speeds to bump up my NB when 3.9 is fine for me. Doesn't go over 56C in the summer in California. I've got this value RAM to 7-7-7-20-24 1375 MHz on stock voltage.

Basically if you're stable in Prime95 OP, you have a decent OC of 4.1, and I would be satisfied in your shoes.
post #29 of 48
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The OP's OC is similar to mine. I have 3.9 stable in Prime95 with 1.452 Vcore. My NB does not like to be turned up. Even at 1.3 it will not post over 22XX MHz. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with my RAM, but I don't want to sacrifice RAM speeds to bump up my NB when 3.9 is fine for me. Doesn't go over 56C in the summer in California. I've got this value RAM to 7-7-7-20-24 1375 MHz on stock voltage.

Basically if you're stable in Prime95 OP, you have a decent OC of 4.1, and I would be satisfied in your shoes.
Your upping the CPU NB votlage right , not the NB voltage ...
And you know that cpunb voltage is safe up to 1.55 right ? The same for cpu voltage.

I'm going to redo my OC right niw, i want 4.1
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post #30 of 48
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am i playing with the cpu voltage or the cpu vdda voltage?
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