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P.s.-Did you ever hear of fine tuneing-get to one point-and tune everything in to were it needs to be-get more info and move on to the next-i could have given him my top oc wich is a stable 4.3-but were i,m at is a great one and keeps things in safe zone-i also have the exact same mobo he has on one of my other rigs. And also that asus mobo-runs hot by the way no matter how you set it-its a finiky board. On that board my top oc with my 720be triple core was 3.6, keep playing with voltages, but your cpu/nb for sure is way too high.
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post #12 of 25
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So I put my CPU back to original.
RAM: Corsair Vengence 2000mhz

I really feel lost. I had it @ 4 before, dunno why I put it back to original.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fishhawk View Post
P.s.-Did you ever hear of fine tuneing-get to one point-and tune everything in to were it needs to be-get more info and move on to the next-i could have given him my top oc wich is a stable 4.3-but were i,m at is a great one and keeps things in safe zone-i also have the exact same mobo he has on one of my other rigs. And also that asus mobo-runs hot by the way no matter how you set it-its a finiky board. On that board my top oc with my 720be triple core was 3.6, keep playing with voltages, but your cpu/nb for sure is way too high.
What should it be at?
post #14 of 25
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if i am to leave all on auto and use 20x as multiplyer, i am able to acheive 4ghz no issue, but i can not seem to go past that. where should i put my voltage?
post #15 of 25
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Ok so after I did a bit more reading, and actually understanding voltages and the works. I have bumped my CPU to 4.1ghz.

I set Multiplyer to 20x and Changed CPU Voltage to 1.4500
CPU-Z is showing 4100 - 4100.3 with a Core voltage up/down of 1.442-1.455

Under Memory Tab CPU-Z Shows:
NB Frequency @ 2050.2 MHZ
DRAM Frequency: 683.4 MHZ

The NB is a bit higher then stock, and the DRAM is a bit lower then stock. ??

PC Probe Showing VCORE @ 1.47-1.48V
PC Probe Showing temps @ 37C @ Idle.



Does this seem right? or may my voltage be a bit high?
Edited by aiciak - 3/28/11 at 7:31am
post #16 of 25
Here is a clean slate, try this:

200fsb x 20multiplier - 4ghz

cpu volts - 1.45v

HT-Link - 2000mhz (be sure to keep this at 2000mhz any increase would just add to instability)

Cpu-NB - aim for 2800mhz with about 1.3-4v (3000mhz is attainable with the thuban chips aka 1090t etc)

RAM - leave at stock speeds, timings and volts (for now)

Run windows and fire up LinX (don't bother with prime 95 that takes to long) set the problem and memory size the the maximum and do about 10 runs. (some people swear that no more than 6 is necessary to bring out an error but run 10 for now)

If the system is stable after 10 runs, reboot and increase the cpu-multiplier for a higher clock speed, keep testing at 1.45v until you cannot get another stable overclock then just increase the cpu-voltage or stick with that voltage/cpu speed combo so you know you will be running cool.
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Yes-he gave you good advice-one other thing is try disableing cpu and pcie spred spectrum at the bottom of the ai tweaker bios screen.
    
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Hey-just fyi-when you run linx or ibt is another good to use-PLEASE watch your temps. I run 29c idle-but when i run max mem on linx or ibt-i still get to 59c-60c-if you have too lower the problem size to keep your temps down a bit.
    
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post #19 of 25
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Originally Posted by amd-dude View Post
Here is a clean slate, try this:

200fsb x 20multiplier - 4ghz

cpu volts - 1.45v

HT-Link - 2000mhz (be sure to keep this at 2000mhz any increase would just add to instability)

Cpu-NB - aim for 2800mhz with about 1.3-4v (3000mhz is attainable with the thuban chips aka 1090t etc)

RAM - leave at stock speeds, timings and volts (for now)

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If the system is stable after 10 runs, reboot and increase the cpu-multiplier for a higher clock speed, keep testing at 1.45v until you cannot get another stable overclock then just increase the cpu-voltage or stick with that voltage/cpu speed combo so you know you will be running cool.
I tried to set the exact settings you told me, and just got the message, Bad Overclock. I set with 1.4V
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I don't mean those actual settings i just gave you those as a general guide line, but thats the first time i ever saw a error message saying bad overclock, but i guess that would save you a lot of time with "bad overclocks"
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