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Amd 6300 5ghz

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Is 1.45 volts dangerous?

Also im planning to buy a h100 and running this 24/7. i can get the volts about 1.43 at 4.9ghz
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    most impressive! i could only get mine to 4.4ghz and that was pushing it.

    you are good on the voltages. your gonna wanna stay around the 1.5v. can go over but gonna need the water cooler.
  2. let's see you stay stable running prime95 =P

    booting to windows and actually using it are 2 very different scenarios
  3. Yea it's stable. I can get 5.1ghz(5170mhz) but too much voltage needed 1.48-1.49 from what I rember. All I really want it is 5ghz. I think I got lucky with my chip this time . Haha. Would the h100i hold good temps? At 1.45v
  4. impressive.
  5. Thanks I just really hope a h100i can hold temps. My hyper evo jumped to 75c while prime 95 after 20mins and I had to shut it down. But I played some games and it fine I just need a better cooler. As long as I don't go over 61c since that's what amd says. You got yourself a nice oc on your i5 too. 4.9ghz not too shabby
  6. i can actually pull 5ghz stable and under temp.

    5.1 gets too hot, but works.

    dropped to 4.9 just for a lil extra breathing room
  7. Nice man. What's temps you hittin dude?
  8. with prime 95@5ghz 76 degrees max. normal conditions, 65 degrees max.

    lil warm but im just using the heatsink of my old socket 775 setup. the computer is on 24/7 but with speedstep it really isnt a concern.
  9. Oh no, trust me that's FAR from dangerous. For some odd reason, I have to bring mine up to 1.56v to get 4.7ghz with x19 multiplier and 248 FSB. Max is 68 degrees/Prime95.
  10. holy crap, 1.56v? i dont even need nearly that much for 5.1ghz. temps go into the 80s though, so i dont do it.

    edit: oops nvm, you are must be talking about a fx6100 and not a 2500k. yep, checked your configuration.. fx6100 *whistles and walks away casually*
  11. neon neophyte said:
    holy crap, 1.56v? i dont even need nearly that much for 5.1ghz. temps go into the 80s though, so i dont do it.

    edit: oops nvm, you are must be talking about a fx6100 and not a 2500k. yep, checked your configuration.. fx6100 *whistles and walks away casually*


    FX-6300 Vishera* ;]

    Would you have any idea why my voltages go up so high?

    I mean, my voltages go back down to ~1.34v when at 3.5ghz stock. But it's the overclock that really kills it...
  12. You turned off cool n quiet right? Also what's your ram speed?. Also trying putting your multiplayer up. Like 21-22 see if that helps. And turn fs. To like 230
  13. I left CnQ on.. My PC sits idle most of the time rather than overclocking, but I'll give that a shot.
    Ram speed is 1600mhz at 9-9-9-27 with 41 bank cycle time...

    Thanks for your help, I'll post results soon. I hope I didn't hijack your thread >.<

    Edit: Tried CnQ, didn't help :(

    Anyways I managed to reach 5ghz with 250 FSB and x20 multiplier with 1.64 volts
    Temps got up to 72 degrees (stable at least?) with prime 95.
    This just means I get to have more fun with solving overclocking issues.

    Oh well, I'm glad you got such low voltages with your overclock. ;]
  14. andrewsn101 said:
    I left CnQ on.. My PC sits idle most of the time rather than overclocking, but I'll give that a shot.
    Ram speed is 1600mhz at 9-9-9-27 with 41 bank cycle time...

    Thanks for your help, I'll post results soon. I hope I didn't hijack your thread >.<

    Edit: Tried CnQ, didn't help :(

    Anyways I managed to reach 5ghz with 250 FSB and x20 multiplier with 1.64 volts
    Temps got up to 72 degrees (stable at least?) with prime 95.
    This just means I get to have more fun with solving overclocking issues.

    Oh well, I'm glad you got such low voltages with your overclock. ;]


    Hmm.. you could try overclock with amd overdrive
    http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/amd-overdrive/pages/overview.aspx

    I dont know if that would help. Overclocking if fun aye? i only overclock for the fun of it. lol

    It could maybie a be a ram stick. Maybie take one out and try overclocking with one ram stick. or maybie lower it too 1300mhz. it was easier for me TO overclock when i lowerd my ram speed for some reason
  15. Alright, I'll see how it goes, if anything I'll make a new thread. Have a good one, thanks for your patience and advice!
  16. Best answer selected by Stantheman123.
  17. This might be a late post, but water coolers on high temps don't actually work as well as a top end air cooler. unless you have a customer water loop using multiple rads to your cpu.
    If you still have the fx6300, or plan to overclock another cpu you'll find that the new coolers from Cryorig are amazing. The noctuaDH15 is superb, but it looks ugly as fuck. The Cryorig R1 Ultimate, is the best cooler from Cryorig, and it beats the DH15 by a degree a two. if you add a third fan to the heatsink, then the temps will be even better. the good thing with Cryorig coolers is that the supplied fans are the best you can get currently being custom made cryorig fans for the particular cooler.

    If you have a big case like mine being the thermaltake V71, i have four 200mm fans, a 140mm exhaust fan, and two 120mm bottom fans, my load temp on my FX 6300 @ 5ghz is only 51 degrees on Prime 95. when i was using my Deepcool 360mm Captain water cooler I couldn't get a stable 5ghz overclock as the temps were way to high for my liking. the particular water cooler i just mentioned is actually one of the best you can buy, it was getting 66 degrees on load with prime 95.

    Plus you don't have the risk of your pump, or tubes failing. so air coolers are a viable option!
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