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Hi,

I have been trying to get it stable at 4Ghz, but not being succesful.
Atm I have it at 3,8 with 1,375 Vcore stable.
It POSTs with 1,4 at 4ghz but then it just Bsod when it comes into Win 7.
With 1,425, it fails the Intel Burn 2,5 Test (maximum ram) at 3rd runthrough (Temps 55c, Cores 48c).
With 1,450, it also fails the test at the 5th runthough (57c, 50c)

With my motherboard Im scared of going higher Vcore, since my mobo doesnt have VRM heatsinks and its a 4+1 afaik.
Also I am using a push pull setup (changed it from push push), seems to get the temps down a couple of c more.

What can I do to get it stable? Cheers for any information
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Try bump your RAM and/or CPU/NB voltage a little bit
Edited by IOSEFINI - 2/20/11 at 4:01am
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Originally Posted by Krakatau View Post
Hi,

I have been trying to get it stable at 4Ghz, but not being succesful.
Atm I have it at 3,8 with 1,375 Vcore stable.
It POSTs with 1,4 at 4ghz but then it just Bsod when it comes into Win 7.
With 1,425, it fails the Intel Burn 2,5 Test (maximum ram) at 3rd runthrough (Temps 55c, Cores 48c).
With 1,450, it also fails the test at the 5th runthough (57c, 50c)

With my motherboard Im scared of going higher Vcore, since my mobo doesnt have VRM heatsinks and its a 4+1 afaik.
Also I am using a push pull setup (changed it from push push), seems to get the temps down a couple of c more.

What can I do to get it stable? Cheers for any information

get a new motherboard end of story
your motherboard is not meant for overclocking
    
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I know its not ment for extreme overclocking, but I can squeze at least 4ghz out of it
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Fantasy View Post
get a new motherboard end of story
your motherboard is not meant for overclocking
i would have to agree with this user.

your putting your system at risk overclocking with that mb
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More voltage.
My 1090T needs about 1.525v to be stable at 4Ghz.
My motherboard seems to be missing a few OC features, though.

Also, as others have said, be wary of OC on that board unless you have plans for VRM/MOSFET cooling.
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Oh and I built this "rig" 2 weeks ago, didnt buy a more expensive MB since I am planning on buying AM3+ when they come out, and stick le chip in there.
Just playing around atm, guess if you guys say, Ill leave it at 3,8ghz and 1,375 vcore, doubt Im risking my system with that.
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Should be okay, although to note on my motherboard that the VRM's were hot enough to burn off my fingerprints at stock clocks until I put heatsinks all up in that B..

Seems to be the trend for most generic AM3 boards that don't have essential power phase cooling..
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I cant seem to fit any heatsinks on them, since the CPU heatsink covers them up, unless I take 1 fan off. I read that gigabyte has quality mosfet though. Hope dats true
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