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add the pic as an attachment^
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Done.

Working on my 5.1Ghz OC right now. I used your settings Munaim1 except for the offset mode. I couldn't figure out how to enable that. CPU voltage was set to 1.45. It failed to boot. I went back in BIOS and change the LLC to Ultra and CPU voltage to 1.488.
post #3963 of 10702
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thanks, looks good, gimme a moment to add it. Work your way up from your stable 4.8ghz.

I would increase the multi until it stops booting or fails prime then just continue upping the vcore until you boot or can run prime. Dont' jump to 5.1 as that will be more work than anything.

in the mean time:


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EDIT:

You have the highest votlage for that overclock in the spreadsheet. Try reducing the votlage or increase the multi and leave the voltage where it is.



BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page


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I will shoot for 4.9Ghz tonight.
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Alright. So after my 5.1Ghz and 5.0Ghz with your configuration with my alterations, I decided to load my saved profile in BIOS for 4.8Ghz and changed the multiplier to 49. It showed the initial boot screen where it says all your system specs and then goes to a black screen with a blinking cursor on the top left. I attempted to reenter my settings by hand for the 4.8Ghz and by using my saved profile. Each time it goes back to the black screen with the blinking cursor. The LED read out says "AE" and I have yet to Google what that is. What can be the issue here?
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Legacy Boot Order is what the problem is. Evidently my boot settings are off. Hmmm....
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Alright. So after my 5.1Ghz and 5.0Ghz with your configuration with my alterations, I decided to load my saved profile in BIOS for 4.8Ghz and changed the multiplier to 49. It showed the initial boot screen where it says all your system specs and then goes to a black screen with a blinking cursor on the top left. I attempted to reenter my settings by hand for the 4.8Ghz and by using my saved profile. Each time it goes back to the black screen with the blinking cursor. The LED read out says "AE" and I have yet to Google what that is. What can be the issue here?


Increase the vcore a little, also you might need PLL overvoltage enabled for that multi. If it still doesn't work after adding a considerable amount of vcore, skip that multi and try that multi.

Just a note I have come accross some chips that can't even boot to 5ghz, even 4.8ghz so just be wary. If BIOS starts acting a little 'funny', a clear CMOS should do the trick.


Also please don't triple post, hit the edit button if you're the last poster (bottom left corner)
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Increase the vcore a little, also you might need PLL overvoltage enabled for that multi. If it still doesn't work after adding a considerable amount of vcore, skip that multi and try that multi.

Just a note I have come accross some chips that can't even boot to 5ghz, even 4.8ghz so just be wary. If BIOS starts acting a little 'funny', a clear CMOS should do the trick.


Also please don't triple post, hit the edit button if you're the last poster (bottom left corner)
I think you mean bottom right.
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Sorry, I am use to boards that wrap post together for you.

I booted back into Windows with my OC in tact.

I will wait a few days to be sure everything is golden before moving forward.
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I think you mean bottom right.
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