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Windows 7: ASROCK n68c-gsfx FX6300 overlock

24 Feb 2017   #1
RX480

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
ASROCK n68c-gsfx FX6300 overlock

HELLO to everyone!
i tried to overclock FX6300 from 3.5Ghz to 4.0-4.4,but everytime i try to run Prime95 to stress,everything froze or WIn10 "BSOD" and restart,i only play around with multiplier,on this PC i have asrock n68c-gsfx(i know it's not very good for OC) i wrote everything i found on OC Tweaker,i want to know what exactly turn on or off or disable!?i know that MB is a s**t for OC,but i only want to give a try!i found on a form a guy who OC his CPU to stable 4.1,but the thread is too old and i don't received any answers,message,or mail,and i waited 20 days!!

overclock mode [auto]
cpu frequency (mhz) [200]
PICE frequency (mhz) [100]
Boot failure guard [enabled]
boot failure guard count [3]
cpu/ldt spread spectrum [enabled]
PCIE spread spectrum [enabled]
sata spread spectrum [enabled]
CPU active core control [all cores]
AMD turbo core technology [auto]
AMD C-state support [enabled]
AMD APM [enabled]
processor maximum frequency x31.5 6300mhz
north bridge maximum frequency x31.0 6200mhz
processor maximum voltage 1.5500 V
Multiplier/voltage change [auto]
HT bus speed [auto]
HT bus width [auto]
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memory configuration
memory clock [auto]
dram voltage [auto]
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chipset settings
chipset voltage [auto]

what i need to turn on and off,enable or disable?thanks!!


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24 Feb 2017   #2
Mellon Head

Win 7 Pro x64/Win 10 Pro x64 dual boot
 
 

4.4 is a very aggressive overclock for that chip. I suggest that you turn down your expectations a little bit.

Before you start overclocking ask yourself a few questions:

1. What do I hope to achieve? More performance or bragging rights?
2. Is my cooling adequate? (a stock cooler will not cut it)
3. Can I afford to replace the CPU or motherboard if I overdo it and blow them up? (it's easy to do)
4. How good is my power supply?

If you don't know what BIOS settings to enable and disable to do this, I don't think that you're ready yet. I don't think you've done enough research. The best advice I can give is to answer yourself those four questions and do some serious research about your chip and motherboard. Also research basic overclocking techniques and concepts. It's very easy to destroy, or permanently damage your system when OCing. I would hate to give you advice and then have you bork your system because you didn't have a full understanding of what you were doing.

Baby steps, man. Baby steps.
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24 Feb 2017   #3
johnhoh

Win7 pro x64
 
 

ditto everything Mellon said. Also

1) Read this (the whole thing)
http://asrock.pc.cdn.bitgravity.com/...8C-GS%20FX.pdf

2) Post again here..
AMD - General

3) wait, I see you did post there. Recommend you read this. No offense intended.

AMD Overclock Guide for newbs!
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