Go a little higher each time and test for stability. When it is not stable, increase the voltage and try again. If you are going to overclock, expect to have BSODs, it is going to happen, but you usually know exactly what the problem is.
I just though about it, and we should have started another thread. Doug will fuss at us for doing this here.. But, that's OK, blame it on me.
I'll just say this really quickly and then stop spamming this thread. I increased my multiplier to 19 (Figured there was no reason to go to high) and was able to get my frequency up to 3.8 GHz (Actually, 3,799.79MHz, but close enough. )
EDIT: I put it up to 20.5 and was able to get it up to 4 GHz. Then put it up to 22.5 and got a BSOD, so I lowered it to 21.5 and I got another BSOD. So now I have it set to 20 and and it seems to be running comfortably at 3.9 GHz (3999.78 MHz)
Last edited by Chuck38; 05 Nov 2015 at 16:22.
OK good. That's what it should be stock.
Dude, he managed to get it to run stock speeds. 3.5-4.1
Well, turbo boost then