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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-21-2019, 02:50 AM - Thread Starter
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Need Help Overclocking X5650

Here's my current overclocking: https://valid.x86.fr/p0fsr9 I want to get this cpu to 4ghz+ stable but couldnt seem to do so, any ideas?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-22-2019, 08:03 PM
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read a guide and tell us where you're hitting a roadblock, a CPU-Z validation tells us nothing.

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The third stick of memory you are using is rated at CL11. You have it running at CL9.

https://memory.net/product/m378b5173...ank-x8-module/

All of your memory is rated at DDR3-1600. You are trying to run it at DDR3-1800. Change your memory timings and use a different memory divider and slow your memory down. CPU-Z is showing that you have mismatched memory so trying to push it this hard is probably holding you back.

An X5650 can overclock another 500 MHz as long as you give it lots of voltage and are not pushing the memory way beyond spec.

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This is my settings rn but I got the voltage down to 1.35V and it's stable and running cooler https://imgur.com/a/lNdPYwL




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The third stick of memory you are using is rated at CL11. You have it running at CL9.

https://memory.net/product/m378b5173...ank-x8-module/

All of your memory is rated at DDR3-1600. You are trying to run it at DDR3-1800. Change your memory timings and use a different memory divider and slow your memory down. CPU-Z is showing that you have mismatched memory so trying to push it this hard is probably holding you back.

An X5650 can overclock another 500 MHz as long as you give it lots of voltage and are not pushing the memory way beyond spec.

Okay Imma try to slow the ram down to see if I can go higher.
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