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    Quote Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
    Did you forget to set Standby voltage (VCCST) manually to 1.08v so it's not 1.60v when you go past x52 multiplier, and CPU PLL OC Voltage (may be called PLL Bandwidth in your BIOS) so it's 1.20v and *NOT* 2.6v (not a typo). That had to be done on all previous bioses if they were set to "Auto."
    Ok found those 2 settings, on the Standby voltage, only choices given are choosing 1 to 8 ....can't type in any voltage.
    2nd ...changing Pll Bandwidth from auto to anything, makes even my solid 5.2 VERY unstable. BSOD's even locked up my bios screen a couple times.
    I've NEVER seen my bios screen lockup. This is on the latest bios 1401 ...which I still think is buggy!!!!!!

    Will be going back to 1302, which for me ran much better.

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