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tromedo December 4, 2011 08:59 PM

Overclocking issue!
 
Hi there linus,

i have a gigabyte x58 ud7 mob and i7 980x cpu.i overclocked it upto 4.0ghz and it was stable.now i am trying to push it 4.3 or 4.4. the thing is....whatever combination i try prime 95 crashes it within a minute.... can u help me out plz...
how to achieve a 4.4ghz stable overclock?if possible can u gimme a tested setting for this mobo and cpu?


Thanks
Tromedo:biggrin:

keto December 4, 2011 09:13 PM

If you're stable into Windows and to start P95, it's probably just not enough vcore. Dunno what the limits are offhand.

Dragonstongue December 5, 2011 01:32 PM

From my understanding, you need alot of vcore among other things to get the 980 and 990X to breach 4.2Ghz or so, so unless you have exceptional cooling, I wouldn`t even attempt to do so as there is a very high risk of frying something, those chips can draw and awful lot of heat/power and require alot of cooling and just the right settings for it to happen.

I have a freind whom has his 980X sitting at 4.3Ghz, I do not recall the voltages or anything, all I know is he had to have a custom water loop to cool it well enough to run it above 4.1 as it just needed alot of voltage to bridge the 4.1-4.3 range.

zsamz_ December 5, 2011 01:54 PM

you need 1.36-1.42v

tromedo December 6, 2011 01:37 AM

@all: thank u so much for providing info guys...i am still working on it.i have a corsair h70 liquid cooler...will it help the 4.3ghz temp???

tromedo December 6, 2011 03:09 AM

hey guys,

ive upped the vcore to abt 1.37 and it was stable at 4.3 for abt 1 and half hours and then it crashed....wat does this mean... ?
and thanks to all it is a first step that it lasted that long.

cheers

supaflyx3 December 6, 2011 04:02 AM

It either overheated or you need more vcore

tromedo December 6, 2011 05:41 AM

@supaflx3: thanks mate!

zsamz_ December 6, 2011 06:52 AM

what temps did you hit?

what voltage does it droop to on load?

tromedo December 6, 2011 11:34 AM

@zsamz: still in stress test... idling at 45 to 50c and 88c on full load....
but i dont know anything about the droop you are talking about....what do you mean by that?..i am totally new to this overclocking business!


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