Well nvme drive booted fine @ 106.725 MHz
Didn't stay in the OS long, ran a quick CrystalDisk benchmark scores were on par with what I expected.
Im still playing with BCLK and finding the max, 106.925 mhz posts, 107.000 mhz, no post (51 error).
Currently testing 106.850 mhz on the SSD, everything looks to be working normally so far.
Im not wanting to push vSoc higher than 1.1v, ive actually dialled it back down to settings I know are stable (1.072v) at 3800/1900 mhz with regular BCLK of 100.00 mhz
You seem unsure, I would have thought that high frequency would cause stability rather than kill the components ….
That sound good, will be testing soon
Oh and I could not just input say 104.000 and expect to boot!
I had to go 101 save reboot, 102 save reboot etc etc
Not super sure that's what killed it but it never worked again in that system or the new motherboard I got. It was a a320 board and bclk overclocking was all I could do to overclock my 2600.