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Mine currently hit 54c tops when gaming.

At 4.5ghz? tongue.gif
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Ok cool, I just put in my second 6950 (like 30 minutes ago) so i'm worried temps will go up a bit. But i'm also going to put the second fan on the 212+ when it gets here tomorrow or friday. But It also looks like my 4.7 will be stable at 1.36v and 72-73c with a few early tests but i'll have to do the 12 hour test later this week.
post #7743 of 10701
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Any good suggestions for a CPU cooler? I can send this to H60 to my 775 rig.

I ment, use your money to something else than cooler, like better hardware. You are just fine with those temps, it wont hit 70c in daily computing. If you are going to OC that more, then I would suggest you to get new cooler.
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Hey, so on my way to 4.8 ghz I upped the voltage to 1.38. Once I did that windows wouldn't load till I got back down to 1.36 in bios. Any idea what to do for this?
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Hey, so on my way to 4.8 ghz I upped the voltage to 1.38. Once I did that windows wouldn't load till I got back down to 1.36 in bios. Any idea what to do for this?

Might need a higher voltage. Or else you hit you hit your cpu limit
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Hello everyone..

I want to overclock my cpu but i have a few questions. I checked o.c guide on the first page and i have a few questions.

Is it better to go for highest oc first ? ( I want 5.0 ghz ) Or is it better to start from 4.5 ghz ? Does it matters ?

What voltage should i start with to hit 5.0 ghz ?

Whats the difference between giving specific numbers to VCCSA, VCCIO and PLL Voltage and putting them on auto ?

Thank you.
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Hello everyone..
I want to overclock my cpu but i have a few questions. I checked o.c guide on the first page and i have a few questions.
Is it better to go for highest oc first ? ( I want 5.0 ghz ) Or is it better to start from 4.5 ghz ? Does it matters ?
What voltage should i start with to hit 5.0 ghz ?
Whats the difference between giving specific numbers to VCCSA, VCCIO and PLL Voltage and putting them on auto ?
Thank you.
You can't just put in 5 on the multiplier and a random large number in the voltage and hope everything goes alright. You need to move up slowly and safely changing the voltage and multiplier as you go. Make sure each step is stable as you go. It's a process that takes time.
post #7748 of 10701
Hey all,

I've been running 4.7 @ 1.39v.


I've been able to run 4.8 @ 1.415 but it will shut down randomly, sometimes. On air is it advisable to go above that? it could probably be stable in the 1.425/1.435 range?
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Hey all,
I've been running 4.7 @ 1.39v.

I've been able to run 4.8 @ 1.415 but it will shut down randomly, sometimes. On air is it advisable to go above that? it could probably be stable in the 1.425/1.435 range?

In my opinion, if your temps are fine...then why not go higher? Try it out and see what you get.
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Seems like PLL voltage does make a difference. He could be right in saying error 124 could correspond to PLL voltage as oposed to VTT (VCCIO) and vcore. This is a good find.!! thumb.gif
Again:
Yet more proof that, reducing PLL voltage is the way forward for getting the system stable, however he couldnt get it stable for the 1792FFT without a small PLL voltage bump to 1.70625v:
My advice play around with the PLL voltage from 1.7v and you should be good. Note I've dropped the PLO to 1.55 and all is well, I recommend testing it from 1.4 and slowly go up, by small increments.

Just noting one more OC (mine) that benefited from a PLL voltage of 1.7v - really has helped me stay stable at 4.8..

tweaking some more before i submit my OC
 
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