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04-11-2019 06:06 AM
gonX Moved thread to the Other Peripherals section from Off Topic
04-08-2019 05:23 AM
EGC Lowering the clocks on my GPU and CPU did nothing.
04-07-2019 01:49 PM
EGC I lowered my overclock on my GPU to be 100% stable regardless of what's happening, even though it could run 3DMark and Heaven no problems at what it was. Going to lower the clocks on the CPU as well to 4.2ghz and have a bit more voltage then needed and see if that fixes my issue. It's definitely not my internet that's the problem since (even though I am paying for 1mb/s upload) I get an average of 5-10mb/s upload speed and I'm streaming at 2,750. Running it at 3,500 shouldn't be an issue either, but it's managed to be. Literally only does this when I'm streaming.

So, even though I'm not using my CPU to stream with directly, do you really think that's the reason? Not that I don't have a reason not to trust you as you most likely know more than I do.
04-07-2019 12:09 PM
EGC I haven't checked recently, but the voltage on the CPU fully stable at 4.2ghz is around +0.07v where as mine is set to around +0.15v or something atm.
04-07-2019 12:03 PM
skupples you could also just bump the voltage by a unit or two.

my last AMD system was the 6 core bulldozer, so its been quite some time.
04-07-2019 11:54 AM
EGC
Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
microsyncs are cheap, just glue a dozen of those on it.

my statement is more towards instability, not overall clock speed. 4.3 can still be unstable, n show signs in many different ways.
As far as what you're telling me about the heatsinks, I've only ever seen anywhere from $20-$80 and the $20 ones look like they are basically useless and don't come with a fan most of the time. The one I just linked in my previous post costs $9 and is reasonable, made of copper no less.

As far as it being stable goes, I'd say it definitely is. I can always clock it back to see if that helps obviously. 4.2ghz is easily stable I know that, haven't really done a thorough check recently on 4.3ghz.
04-07-2019 11:41 AM
skupples microsyncs are cheap, just glue a dozen of those on it.

my statement is more towards instability, not overall clock speed. 4.3 can still be unstable, n show signs in many different ways.
04-07-2019 11:40 AM
EGC I haven't thought to do that. I'm only running it at 4.3ghz. Again, I haven't checked the load my computer is under, but the only thing that could affect this if you're considering temps, is my northbridge. Not really sure how to cool that down without spending money on at least a small fan. A heatsink for that thing costs way more than it should. Considering seeing if I can get a small CPU heatsink in which I can somehow attach it to the northbridge since they generally run a lot cheaper. If I wanted to cool it down, would I lower the NB v or the NB CPU v?

Found this when searching for a CPU heatsink. It looks like it will attach to the northbridge. I don't know about the fan, but it is definitely cheaper than anything else I've seen.

https://www.amazon.com/copper-Alumin...4&s=hi&sr=1-25
04-07-2019 11:11 AM
skupples have you tried reducing CPU OC? Unstable OC used to affect me on my old X79 system.
04-07-2019 10:48 AM
EGC Done.
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