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  1. Posts : 3,118
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       #591

    Yeah High LLC is what I use too.

    crankypenguin said:

    By this *Try setting your Cpu/nb to 2400Mhz* you mean CPU Northbright Frequency below the multiplier? Because I once set that to 2600mhz and I had to manually reset cmos with the two pins
    Yup that's the one chap. You don't have to it's just Bulldozer likes the HT Link frequency and Cpu/Northbridge frequency to be the same. just make sure to increase the Cpu/Northbridge voltage to about 1.200- 1.225. It shouldn't need to be any higher.
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  2. Posts : 599
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       #592

    Ok will do so now, if I am not back right away, it means something went kaplooey and I will get on Ipad as I reset my rig lol. Ok I hope to be right back.
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  3. Posts : 599
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       #593

    Ok I am back, nothing blew up. Here are the result pics. What should I change next I want to to attempt a 5gh oc? Also my cpu-z report a lower cpu voltage now, before it was always 1.4+. now its in the 1.3 category Here are the pics. Also I lowered the cpu voltage to [+.125] although I think I will go back and change it to [+.150] now that the experiment worked.
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  4. Posts : 3,118
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       #594

    I think the best bet maybe to start a new thread chap as we've gone off topic slightly and then pm me think link if you like.
    I take it you haven't run any stress test? Make sure it's stable and if so just raise the cpu multiplier untill unstable and then the the vcore untill stable again.
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  5. Posts : 599
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       #595

    Ok I am back, changed the cpu voltage to [+.150] and cpu-z still reports around 1.35v on idle, and I ran some quick aida64 benchmarks for cpu and ram and results were much much higher than normal. Not so cranky now.

    PS Ok, back to topic.
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  6. NoN
    Posts : 4,167
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       #596

    Slowing either going down the list....!

    Those AMDs are coming around lately!!!

    I'm posting (not for leaderboard right now) my Ivy B i5 "K" at 4,7GHz and it does looks stable at the moment...but i want to validate at 4,8GHz, so waiting further experiments.

    See you soon!:)

    Second screenshot i'm booting fine within the O.S at 4,8GHz..... This mid-range motherboard begins to impress me!
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  7. NoN
    Posts : 4,167
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       #597

    4th Validation


    This is my 4th CPU-Z validation heading to 4,8GHz...

    Those are bios settings, no TurboV Evo boost.

    4,8GHz in Bios set to Extreme w/T.Probe:

    Offset Mode: + (0.195),
    Core Voltage: 1.392 to 1.384 seen in CPU-Z v1.67.1,
    Temps: below 95°C in CoreTemp RC6,
    Write cache disable on all Hard Drives excepting SSD Caching drive
    CPU fixed Freq: 200MHz
    DRAM Fixed Freq: 450MHz

    CPU-Z Validator 4.0
    "4798.88 MHz"
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  8. Posts : 7,470
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       #598

    NON in your Evo pic I see you are using 1 core ?

    I though Oc'ing through EVO you needed to group them and tune together correct me if I am wrong I think that is how I did mine
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  9. NoN
    Posts : 4,167
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       #599

    Solarstarshines said:
    NON in your Evo pic I see you are using 1 core ?

    I though Oc'ing through EVO you needed to group them and tune together correct me if I am wrong I think that is how I did mine
    Hi!

    I'm not OC'ing with TurboV Evo that's why i didn't group all cores. Of course i could have done that too!

    That's pure bios settings at the moment.

    But anyway hitting the 95°celsius is the limit i want to reach...so this might be one of my last OC'ing with that motherboard, unless i try TurboV Evo to make it at 4,8GHz more round!!!
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  10. Posts : 7,470
    Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
       #600

    NoN said:
    Solarstarshines said:
    NON in your Evo pic I see you are using 1 core ?

    I though Oc'ing through EVO you needed to group them and tune together correct me if I am wrong I think that is how I did mine
    Hi!

    I'm not OC'ing with TurboV Evo that's why i didn't group all cores. Of course i could have done that too!

    That's pure bios settings at the moment.

    But anyway hitting the 95°celsius is the limit i want to reach...so this might be one of my last OC'ing with that motherboard, unless i try TurboV Evo to make it at 4,8GHz more round!!!
    you limit it to 95c gees I am playing it major safe then I never let mine get above 85c I get a panic attack when I see it turn yellow on Core temp running IBT lol lol lol
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