I have an quite old system, and I need to OC the CPU just a litle for a better performance. I've already have try the automatic way via bios OC Tweaker for 4Ghz. The system works fine and I don't have any problems, but often, when I boot the pc while is off OC fails and need to go to bios and save settings without to change anything. Then boots again normally.
For this reason I'm thinking to do it manually and need some assistance, because I don't want to spend a lot time for testing to push the CPU to its limits.
My system has:
-Thermaltake toughpower PSU 750W
-Asrock_980DE3_U3S3 Motherboard with the latest bios
-Deepcool Gammaxx 200T cpu cooler
-4 120mm fans(1 front bottom, 2 side and 2 back top)
-RX 570 GPU
-12GB memory HyperX at 1866(1dim 8G and 1 4G)
As you see, and from what I've found, the motherboard wasn't so good for OC, so I'm searching for a stable and safe way for 4-4.1GHz.
In bios here are the options for OC tweaker:
-Boot Failure Guard
-Boot Failure Guard Count
-CPU Active Core Control
-AMD Turbo Core Technology
-AMD C-State Support
-CPU Frequence Multiplier
-CPU MB Voltage
-HT Bus Speed
-HT Bus Width
- +1.8V Power
- +1.4V Voltage
Is possible to achive this on my system, and what changes need to do for this?