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Thread: whats the max stable bclk on GA-EX58-UD3R




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    Default whats the max stable bclk on GA-EX58-UD3R

    Hi All,

    Whats the max bclk on the above board, been messing with oc am stable on 200x21 was trying to get stable on 210 x 21 at 4.4 gig.
    however no matter what i try it just wont stay prime or ibt stable

    thanx in advance

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    Default Re: whats the max stable bclk on GA-EX58-UD3R

    hey, noticed you have no replies , have u found answers? . i've taken my blck upto about 220, but that was using a 12x multiplier just to see how high the blck could go. I did not run into any issues so im sure it could have gone further. Be thankful you can use that 200x21, im stuck with 210x19=3.990 ghz, 211 requires much much more qpi voltage.
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    Default Re: whats the max stable bclk on GA-EX58-UD3R

    Well it depends on what you mean stable and how far you push things testing and what you are testing with.

    I have seen 240+ Blck stable, but not on this board though. You should be able to use 222 Blck (More possibly if you have revision 1.6 board) and be stable, once you find the right settings. Of course that depends alot on your CPU as well.

    200-210 should be no problem to get stable, do you think you need help with your settings? If so see my signature for a link to a template and give me your settings and I will advise back and try to help you get going

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