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Hello i would like to have someone to chat about OCing and help me whit things =)

add me on msn teemu.suomala@hotmail.com
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I really recommend you don't as the most likely thing that will happen is the moment you increase the clock and run a stability test, your motherboard blows up. This is due to the motherboard only having a weak 3-phase power system and the processor being a quad core with 125W TDP. In fact I highly recommend you underclock and undervolt the processor on this kind of motherboard and VRM system. You can read the dark red link in my sig for more info on why this is dangerous.

EDIT: You are actually running an unsupported processor on that mobo. According to the ASUS site the maximum TDP support on that motherboard is 95W. The Phenom II x4 920 is 125W; in addition there is no Phenom II x4 920 on the official support list. You need a new motherboard to run that processor, it will just not work.
Edited by xd_1771 - 3/31/11 at 2:31pm
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I really recommend you don't as the most likely thing that will happen is the moment you increase the clock and run a stability test, your motherboard blows up. This is due to the motherboard only having a weak 3-phase power system and the processor being a quad core with 125W TDP. In fact I highly recommend you underclock and undervolt the processor on this kind of motherboard and VRM system. You can read the dark red link in my sig for more info on why this is dangerous.

EDIT: You are actually running an unsupported processor on that mobo. According to the ASUS site the maximum TDP support on that motherboard is 95W. The Phenom II x4 920 is 125W; in addition there is no Phenom II x4 920 on the official support list. You need a new motherboard to run that processor, it will just not work.
my processor has ran perfectly without any kind of problems for 4 months?

Edit: i had my voltages on 1.39 when overclocked 3.15Ghz without any problems now i underclocked and undervolted volts are 1.344V and clocks are 3.13Ghz temps are 32 idle amd 45-46 load + i have my both fans on medium speed, So i dont see any problems here right?
Edited by Nekkuh - 4/1/11 at 12:16am
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I would listen to xd 1771. He helps alot of people on here and knows his stuff.
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I would listen to xd 1771. He helps alot of people on here and knows his stuff.
i believe him but should i still underclock and undervolt if im not getting any problems?
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Yes.
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your at risk of blowing a vrm and when that happens they usually catch fire. SO its a fire hazard.
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