MSI GT73VR Safe & Stable Overclock

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  1. Tokyotim

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    I closed out every possible background app that was open and re ran the test. Cinebench2.0.jpg
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Should be at least 940
     
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  5. Luis Becerra

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    These are my stable overclock results using fujipoly XR-m 17.0 watt/mk thermal conductivity pads and Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut (both CPU & GPU)

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    Since I live in Panama, the climate temperatures in my country are a bit high, I think you can have better temperature results
     
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    Nice dude I'm going to try out your settings and see what I can get!
     
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    Here are my results with your settings. I ran Prime95 for 30 mins with AVX and FM3 off. I have fans on max (Cooler Boost). My home is a crisp 69 (giggity) degrees Fahrenheit. Temps got a little hot on max haha. Maybe Mr. Falkentyne can see something in my XTU I need to tweak 4.5ghz Cinebench.jpg .
     

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    My god!
    Why are you OVERVOLTING by 100mv at 4.5 ghz?

    You're putting 1.371v into that CPU at 4500 mhz and exceeding 100W power draw with just prime blend, without avx !!!!
    I don't even draw that much at 4.7 ghz with prime 95 small FFT (without avx!!!)

    Try removing the overvolt Set it to 0 offset
    Then try 4.5 ghz prime blend.
    If you crash or if you check EVENT VIEWER And get WHEA CORRECTABLE ERRORS, set the overvolt to 25mv.

    I can actually run Stockfish chess engine stable at 4.8 ghz at 1.310v !
    Only reason I can't prime is because of temps. Gets too hot. Would need about 1.320v and I can't keep the temps under 100C even with liquid metal.
     
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    WOW nice catch! Nice case of my dislexia kicking in I missed that!
     
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    This is my voltage settings that shows HWmonitor, they are correct?.. any suggestions

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