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ASROCK n68c-gsfx FX6300 overlock!
Videocard: RX480
Processor: AMD
PSU: 750
Default ASROCK n68c-gsfx FX6300 overlock! - 02-23-2017, 20:28 | posts: 1

HELLO to everyone!it's pleasure to be here!
i tried to overclock FX6300 from 3.5Ghz to 4.0-4.4,but everytime i try to run Prime95 to stress,everything froze or WIn10 "BSOD" and restart,i only play around with multiplier,on this PC i have asrock n68c-gsfx(i know it's not very good for OC) i wrote everything i found on OC Tweaker,i want to know what exactly turn on or off or disable!?i found on a form a guy who OC his CPU to stable 4.1,but the thread is too old and i don't received any answers,message,or mail,and i waited 20 days!

overclock mode [auto]
cpu frequency (mhz) [200]
PICE frequency (mhz) [100]
Boot failure guard [enabled]
boot failure guard count [3]
cpu/ldt spread spectrum [enabled]
PCIE spread spectrum [enabled]
sata spread spectrum [enabled]
CPU active core control [all cores]
AMD turbo core technology [auto]
AMD C-state support [enabled]
AMD APM [enabled]
processor maximum frequency x31.5 6300mhz
north bridge maximum frequency x31.0 6200mhz
processor maximum voltage 1.5500 V
Multiplier/voltage change [auto]
HT bus speed [auto]
HT bus width [auto]
memory configuration
memory clock [auto]
dram voltage [auto]
chipset settings
chipset voltage [auto]
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Videocard: GTX 1070 - WC
Processor: 4790k@4.5Ghz - WC
Mainboard: ASUS Z97-A
Memory: Corsair 16Gb - 2400mhz
Soundcard: Native Instrument Audio 2
PSU: Seasonic M12 750W
Default 02-23-2017, 21:21 | posts: 665 | Location: Argentina

Have a read my friend, this guides will cover most of the basic stuff, then you can ask a more specific question
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Videocard: MSI r9 280 (Baked)
Processor: i7 4790k
Mainboard: MSI H97 PC Mate
Memory: 16gb Corsair Vengean 1600
Soundcard: SB Audigy 2 ZS
PSU: EVGA SuperNova 750 B1
Default 02-24-2017, 08:50 | posts: 688 | Location: UK

If those are the only settings in the OC window then stop and don't bother, the mobo is weak

find a cheap amd970 based mobo or upgrade to a new build
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Videocard: Red Devil RX580 8GB
Processor: AMD R7 1700
Mainboard: ASRock Fatal1ty AB350
Memory: Ballistix Elite 16GB
Soundcard: FX Audio DAC-X6/ATH-M40x
PSU: Thermaltake SMART 700w
Default 03-31-2017, 14:15 | posts: 1,570 | Location: Oz, across from the Wizard

A bit late to the show, but the VRMs on that board are weak. It was only ever meant to handle 95w cpu max. At that voltage and OC your closer to 150w. I agree with Passus, try to get a 900 series mobo. The old NVidia chipsets don't have all of the features to let AM3+ processors work at their best.
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Videocard: R9 Fury Nitro Tri-X OC+
Processor: i7 3930k@ 4.1 H100
Mainboard: ASUS P9X79 PRO
Memory: HyperX 1866 16GB DDR3
Soundcard: Asus Xonar DXG X-540 5.1
PSU: OCZ Fata1ty 1000w
Default 03-31-2017, 14:26 | posts: 2,260 | Location: Tennessee

I have to agree with everyone here.

Have to get a cheap 9 series amd board.
I paid $50 for my Gigabyte 970a and it runs a FX 8120 @ 4.6
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