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Loosen up your timings, and set your multiplier close to 1:1. You can tighten them later when you've found your max CPU speed.
 

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Is it unstable? If so, with what testing methodology? Also, if CPUz is reading 1.44 and the bios is set to 1.5 cpuz is most likely correct. It's at 1.44 so that will give you
more head room with vcore if you need to increase it.

it dropped to 1.44 when i hit "validate", its usually 1.5 on stress tests. it is somewhat stable... it passed intel burn test on the maximum but prime95 can cause it to shut down after about an hour to an hour and a half of testing
 

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Loosen up your timings, and set your multiplier close to 1:1. You can tighten them later when you've found your max CPU speed.

memory is the one component i dont really understand... what do the timings do and how does the multiplier work?
 
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