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I decided to increase the vcore to 1.4125v

and it seems stable, what this the right course of action?


I watch the vcore at full load and it still ranges within 1.33-1.38v range


Is there anything i could do, so i can lower the vcore voltage and try and remain stable?


Thanks a complete noob

John
Change FSB to 300

CPU VCore to 1.44V
CPU Speed to 4050-4060MHz
Northbridge to 3000MHz
CPU-NB to 1.37V
NB to 1.25V
DRAM to 1.71V CL7-8-7-22-24 1T (If possible)

CPU-PLL to 2.600-2.700V

Go from there
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hi mate thanks for the reply but i dont want to push it to 4GHz simply with summer practically here it gets to hot.

3.8 is the max, i want to push atm.
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hi mate thanks for the reply but i dont want to push it to 4GHz simply with summer practically here it gets to hot.

3.8 is the max, i want to push atm.
Okay, at least get your FSB to 300 just so that you can set your Northbridge to 3000MHz, it will give you a big performance increase.

than down the multiplier for the CPU to 3.8GHz or something
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Change FSB to 300

Northbridge to 3000MHz


CPU-NB to 1.37V
NB to 1.25V
I dont have two options to enter only one for the NB voltage.

HT Link 2100MHz (300x7)?

What sort of vcore
voltage will i need?
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if i can find a way to lower vcore at 3.8GHz thus lower my temps, which is why i am going for 3.8GHz in the first place i will be extremely happy.

Cheers John
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Change FSB to 300

Northbridge to 3000MHz


CPU-NB to 1.37V
NB to 1.25V
I dont have two options to enter only one for the NB voltage.

HT Link 2100MHz (300x7)?

What sort of vcore
voltage will i need?
for around 3.8GHz on the CPU you might need around 1.36-1.38-1.4V possibley, I would try to tinker around with those voltages I provided and see if it comes out stable
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post #17 of 17
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Hi mate, it wouldnt post

I am back on my old settings


272 FSB x 14 (locked multiplier) = 3808MHz
1.4 vcore.
1.25v CPU-NB
2448MHz CPU-NB frequency (272 x 9)
1904MHz HT Frequency (272 x 7)


I have increased the vcore to 1.4165 and it now seems to be stable, is that high or lower than what it should be?
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