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Hello,

Story is I'm now working @ 3.71 stable, LinX on Max, OCCT on Max, IntelBurn on Max, Stable at all, Max Temps are 36.

Case is CM 690 II Plus "Attached 12x12cm fans and 1x8cm fan" push and pull.

I want to go over 3.8, Need to reach 4.

Tried to go up @ 3.81, Not 100% stable something like 95%.

Then I go for 3.90 with voltage modding, But BSOD then it doesn't boot at all, CMOS back to default, Then go again for OC'ing @ 3.9 with another modding but BSOD again with different error messages everytime.

You can find in attach all images from configuration including one of the BSOD errors.

BTW, I'm on 3.7 at stock voltage, But to make it boot and work I reduced HT and NB to something like 12xx also the RAM clock to 1088, If I tried to pump the RAM anything after that, BSOD again

Sorry, I'm not a good writing, If you need to ask something else to make it crystal clear I'm ready.

EDIT: I also tried to pump CPU NB Voltage to 1.4000




Edited by me_388 - 4/18/11 at 9:52pm
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post #2 of 13
you need a better board...that board is limited on system buss. needs cooling on the mosfets. its probalby overheating.
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That board isnt designed for that, it is acheiveable but prepare for many BSODS because the board cant regulate the power.
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But in SpeedFan, Temp1, Temp2, Temp3 doesn't go over 38!
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I'm curious why your northbridge speed is soo slow?
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Because of what mentioned above

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But to make it boot and work I reduced HT and NB to something like 12xx
It can't boot at all if HT or NB are high.
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Originally Posted by me_388 View Post
Hello,

Story is I'm now working @ 3.71 stable, LinX on Max, OCCT on Max, IntelBurn on Max, Stable at all, Max Temps are 36.

Case is CM 690 II Plus "Attached 12x12cm fans and 1x8cm fan" push and pull.

I want to go over 3.8, Need to reach 4.

Tried to go up @ 3.81, Not 100% stable something like 95%.

Then I go for 3.90 with voltage modding, But BSOD then it doesn't boot at all, CMOS back to default, Then go again for OC'ing @ 3.9 with another modding but BSOD again with different error messages everytime.

You can find in attach all images from configuration including one of the BSOD errors.

BTW, I'm on 3.7 at stock voltage, But to make it boot and work I reduced HT and NB to something like 12xx also the RAM clock to 1088, If I tried to pump the RAM anything after that, BSOD again

Sorry, I'm not a good writing, If you need to ask something else to make it crystal clear I'm ready.

EDIT: I also tried to pump CPU NB Voltage to 1.4000
Why do you have you NB voltage set to 1.26v? you maybe overheating the NB. I would take everything back to the start. Reset everything back to original settings. Make sure CoolnQuiet and any other BIOS setting that put the CPU into power down mode or Turbo is disabled.

Now its a game of playing with numbers/multipliers and voltage. Start with upping the cpu only(FSB and voltage, leave the CPU multiplier at default) as well as take the CPU-NB and HT-Link and memory multipliers down to keep them as close to stock speeds as possible. Start with your CPU at 14x270 stock voltage, see if it boots. If it does go 14x280 stock voltage, see if it boots. If not up the voltage a couple notches at a time till it does. Do this till you reach the speed you want and it boots in to Win7 and stays stable through IBT or Prime95. If upping the CPU doesn't work then maybe you have to play with the CPU-NB speeds and voltage. The performance boost comes from not only upping the CPU but also the CPU-NB.
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Because of what mentioned above



It can't boot at all if HT or NB are high.
HT link has to stay as close to 2Ghz as possible. and CPU-NB not NB is what gets increased.
post #9 of 13
You need a better board, Also, biggest increases in performance i saw with mine were when i got my northbridge to 3.1ghz on a 4.2 clock.

That was on a GB 790x.
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post #10 of 13
You need to set your memory timings manually
What is your exact memory kit anyway?
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