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About Carterjj

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  • Birthday 12/26/1989

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  • Computer Specs
    FX6300 4.4GHz(OC)
    Cooler Master seidon 120v
    Asus Sabertooth 990FX 2.0
    Gigabyte R9 270x 2gb
    Evga 600B PSU
    8gb 1333 ram
  1. I have my CPU oced to a stable 4.6ghz and after about 4 hours WoW will randomly lock up and I'll have to ctrl-atl-del out of it. My set up is as follows Fx6300 oced 4.6ghz R9 270x 2gb Gigabyte Evga 600b PSU Sabertooth 990x mobo 4 GB Gskill 1866 ram. My thoughts are that its my PSU not being able to keep up but I'm new to this so I'm not 100%.
  2. Crazy thing I went in there and adjusted them I dropped down 10c
  3. Now would it be best to bump them all up a step at once or one by one until error?
  4. Ok. Makes my decision easier. Thanks.
  5. Ran OCCT for 2hrs at 4.4ghz stable no errors. Dropped to 4.339ghz for a second but regained quickly. Not sure if this is normal but I'm sure once I get a better understanding of everything and tweak it some more will be doing just fine. Also my cooler kept up great. Never went over 59c
  6. Am currently running the set up stump posted. Got me 4.4ghz stable. Will mess around with it more later but for now I am content with my first attempt
  7. Wasn't stable lol error in core 2 as soon as I went to screen shot the test.
  8. I just kept the voltage the same as my auto Overclock and changed the ratio to 21.0 and dropped bus to 200 from 216.
  9. I'm running stable 4.214 at 1.19v so far. About 15 mins into second test. First test ended with an error but second on has been rolling good. Running at 45c
  10. This is probably a dumb question but is it possible to run a gigabyte R9 270x 2gb and 4gb version together? I just can't justify buy another 2gb version. When the 4gb is only 40 bucks more. Or is there even a huge difference performance wise between the two.
  11. Correct slick. And that makes sense horny tonight when I get home from work I will try it again but at 1.3v, also I'd appreciate that slick
  12. There are just so many fine tuning adjustments in my bios that its really confusing because I only understand a quarter of them. I followed a guide to get to 4.5ghz on a 6300 but I don't think my cooler is good enough to reach that at 1.42v. Seems like it just gets to hot to fast. My goal is to OC until I hit around 60c
  13. Correct me if I'm wrong but the CPU ratio on my mobo is the multiplier correct?
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