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What is the most stable overclock and voltage for FX6300? Help me please.

i want to know what is stable to oc. In handbrake app because it crashes my computer in 4.1ghz oc before... So i rolled back to 3.5ghz stocked version.. please help me!

I want to play smoother in PUBG!

My psu is seasonic s12ii 520watts bronze quality..
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  1. It should need just over 1.4v for 4.1GHz, the rest is up to silicone lottery and MB quality.
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  2. Yes, every chip is a bit different. You may also need to add VDDC voltage to stabilize high clocks.

    Do you have Load Line Calibration turned-up to prevent V-droop under load? What program(s) are you using to test stability?
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  3. HamBown81 said:
    Yes, every chip is a bit different. You may also need to add VDDC voltage to stabilize high clocks.

    Do you have Load Line Calibration turned-up to prevent V-droop under load? What program(s) are you using to test stability?


    What do I choose? Extreme or regular for load line calibration?
    I've tested vegas pro and handbrake app.
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  4. CountMike said:
    It should need just over 1.4v for 4.1GHz, the rest is up to silicone lottery and MB quality.


    I set the vcore voltage +0.060 v. Did you say dram voltage in 1.4 voltage? I just tested the handbrake app it goes to 78 degrees hot.
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    ReyAsks said:
    HamBown81 said:
    Yes, every chip is a bit different. You may also need to add VDDC voltage to stabilize high clocks.

    Do you have Load Line Calibration turned-up to prevent V-droop under load? What program(s) are you using to test stability?


    What do I choose? Extreme or regular for load line calibration?
    I've tested vegas pro and handbrake app.

    I normally set it to whatever the second highest is. Ultra High usually. You have to test under load and see the effect it has.

    LLC will raise your voltage above the set point if you crank it up, but also prevents droop under load. Some back and forth to the BIOS is required as every machine is different. Then adjust your voltage setting so that the load voltage is what you want it to be
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  6. ReyAsks said:
    CountMike said:
    It should need just over 1.4v for 4.1GHz, the rest is up to silicone lottery and MB quality.


    I set the vcore voltage +0.060 v. Did you say dram voltage in 1.4 voltage? I just tested the handbrake app it goes to 78 degrees hot.

    No, it was meant that your CPU core voltage would be about 1.4v to reach those clocks. Every chip is different.

    78C is too hot

    EDIT: You really have to start at the default settings and slowly work your way up. There are several good guides for overclocking on FX to be found. Someone else's settings will not work for you
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  7. THANK YOU! It's working without crashes. The temperature is normal like 62 degrees celsius on cpu load and 30+ on idle. My cpu cooler fan is Cooler master blizzard t2.
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