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    Default Re: Overclocking AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE with Corsair H100 all in one system

    Sometimes the board will boast up the voltages underload to supply enough power, like we mentioned 1.5volts is ok as long as temps are maintained a good level. Just don't go over the recommended threshold. Manual OC is easy once you get your feet wet. Just play around with it and learn your motherboards bios settings.

    Be sure to disable c1e, c6 and any of the turbo functions in the bios to get the more out of your OC.

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    Default Re: Overclocking AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE with Corsair H100 all in one system

    Well, for a while I was doing good with the OCing. I bumped it up a little bit each time. Ran good, but now it's just being stupid.
    When I save changes, the computer shuts off, and starts again. It's just a black screen.
    Been doing it a lot, so I've been playing with the settings a bit here and there. Normally, it would boot up again, and tell me the OC failed.

    Now it's just booting to a black screen and I'm getting pissed.

    But hwen it decides to boot again, I'll list what I have set so far. And hopefully someone can tell me just HOW off I am.
    I had it running at 4.1GHz earlier, stress testing and seemed good. But now it's just gone to ****. lol


    Amd Phenom II X4 965 BE C3.

    235x18.0
    CPU/NB: 2585MHz. @ 1.22500V
    CPU: 4.23GHz @ 1.5 (hoping that'll be enough..?)
    G.Skill Sniper DDR3 2133: 1880MHz @ 1.51250V


    Is this bad? Anything I could change?
    I'm not having ANY lucking looking things up for this either. Seems NO ONE has the M5a99X mobo and AMD 965 BE C3... lol

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    Default Re: Overclocking AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE with Corsair H100 all in one system

    It just means that its unstable which is why you are having the problems.. Somestimes it may seem ok then when its unstable it can give you some minor problems.
    The best way now is to manually OC... Sometimes the Auto Tune isn't 100%

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    I got mine 3 years ago to run at 4.2ghz with a max temperature of 74f or 23.3c (the manual says the temperature should be 10o less than that, so actually temperature is 64f or 17.8c). Using Asus crosshair III and Koolance liquid cooling pump 3x120mm radiator and also i used there motherboard block. I got the cpu to run much faster than that before, but at the time 'windows 7' could only seem to registor up to a certain speed. I so much as put my hand inside of my computer, even with a gaming video card, it felt like winter.. Speeds where incredible. Also I used a Cool MASTER HAF932 case, it seems to be the most customizabile to liquid cooling. Just wish the case had the refilling port on the left side, and that it would fit a koolance adapter perfectly so I would have to use washers to get it to fit. I probably would have gone faster if I was using linux at the time, but 4.2ghz was the slowest i could seem to go. Minimum temp is 70 degrees I think.







    Quote Originally Posted by bimmernoob View Post
    Well, I finally got the computer running. I'm now running Prime95.
    I've got coretemp and CPU-z running as well.
    I used the Asus auto overclocking tool, and it got me up to 3.974GHz.
    233.78x17.0
    HT Link (no clue what this is) 2337.90 (Average)
    Core voltage, 1.512V


    I'm curious, with all this running, (H100 on medium fan power) is an average processor temperature of 54C okay? It hasn't gone above this, yet. It's been running about an hour now. Going to let it run all night.
    I know the MAX temp is 62C, so I'm under that which seems good.


    I'm curious as to if I can get this processor to OC more, if I did it manually. I've heard and read that the auto overclocking utility creates too much heat for the over clock it gives.

    If anyone has any input, all is welcome, as I'm new to all of this. But finding it very fun.

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    I only stopped at 4.2 ghz because at the time nothing else could seem to be better. The windows could not seem to load some time above 4.5 or 4.8ghz cant remember which. But the computer would turn on without any error messages and run smoothly and with a minimal heat increase

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    Cooling is everything in over clocking, error messages can occur if you are using stock coolers. I know that no one likes to spend the money for decent cooling devices, but if you get a good setup you wont have to replace it when you up grade, maybe just get a new block, or maybe nothing at all. If you truelly intend to over clock you need to get a cooling system that is desind to cool over clocked processors to the minimum temperature that a processor can run at. stock coolers will run at the mid-high range. An after market cooler mid range, and liquid cooling will be below temperature if it is a real liquid cooling setup)'not one of those junk ones. Basically if you do your cooling correctly you have to over-clock it! not the other way around.

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