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I just upped my multiplier to 19.5 and got to 3.9GHz. Running Prime now...think I'll get stable?
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Depends what the board has put your stock Vcore as. It will propably crash though, but if it's a bit higher than normally it might not.
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Depends what the board has put your stock Vcore as. It will propably crash though, but if it's a bit higher than normally it might not.
1.35V, and BSOD in 10 minutes. :[

What settings should I change to get 4.0? How much higher should I up the voltage?
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1.35V, and BSOD in 10 minutes. :[

What settings should I change to get 4.0? How much higher should I up the voltage?
Propably around 1.4v - 1.45v, or more. You're fine upto 1.55v, wich is the max Vcore, as long as your temperatures stay under 62c.
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Propably around 1.4v - 1.45v, or more. You're fine upto 1.55v, wich is the max Vcore, as long as your temperatures stay under 62c.
I'm a noob at this so...I should change vcore to 1.4 and up multiplier to 20? Any other settings?
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I'm a noob at this so...I should change vcore to 1.4 and up multiplier to 20? Any other settings?
Yeah, try that first. Later after you get 4ghz stable, you should overclock the Northbridge frequency, wich increases overall performance more than core frequency.
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Indeed 20x multi > 1.45v if stable, you can lower

Run LinX btw, it can test your cpu in 20mins, where prime needs a 8-24hour run.
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Indeed 20x multi > 1.45v if stable, you can lower

Run LinX btw, it can test your cpu in 20mins, where prime needs a 8-24hour run.
You don't think 1.4v is sufficient for 20x multiplier?
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I couldn't get 3.9ghz stable on stock volts which for me is 1.4v. However 3.8ghz runs great on stock. I had to dumb down my 4ghz OC because i didn't like the temps but when it was at 4ghz i had it at 1.45v and all was stable for me.
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OK, got an error here. 2 hours and 7 minutes in, the 4th core had an error "Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4"

What does that mean?
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