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Originally Posted by Chuckclc;13672832 
Hate to burst your bubble, or maybe its good news, but those Athlon II's do not OC 800-1200mhz like some of the unlocked Phenom II's, never have.

I can OC my chip and drop stock volts down from 1.3 to 1.25v. tongue.gif

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Ummmm.....I thought that was the point of this thread: that Propus can't OC well.

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Respectable clock, you are crazy for wanting to it at 1.7V.
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1.55v is what i consider to be the maximum acceptable voltage for me. and personally i wouldn't have mine that high even with my suicide benchmark runs. 1.7v will kill your cpu. ive owned a ton of amd cpu's ranging from a couple of athlon II x2's, x4, phenom II x3,x4 and x6 and it's common knowledge that 1.7v is too high. for a second there I thought you were not serious to be honest
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All non-phenom K10.5 chips are pretty terrible clockers.
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1.7V I would consider for a suicide run. It's not safe for daily use, even with water cooling. 1.57V is already quite high, and 3.8GHz is not bad.

But, that's part of building systems. You learn new things from experience. You would've probably be looking at 4-4.2GHz with the 925 at that voltage, but oh well.

LOL. Like I said, a Phenom would have cost me more $ I didn't want to spend. $80+ for the 925 (like I said because the combo deal).
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1.55v is what i consider to be the maximum acceptable voltage for me. and personally i wouldn't have mine that high even with my suicide benchmark runs. 1.7v will kill your cpu. ive owned a ton of amd cpu's ranging from a couple of athlon II x2's, x4, phenom II x3,x4 and x6 and it's common knowledge that 1.7v is too high. for a second there I thought you were not serious to be honest

Yes, it's common knowledge that 1.7vcore is too high. But I've never tried anything above 1.6Vcore and wanted to see for myself. Worst case scenario would be my MOBO would BSOD. The most likely scenario would be that CPU temps would crash my rig before I even reach 1.7.

If you donate one of your chips to me, I would use it to further the science of OCing. smile.gif
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post #16 of 58
Propus is like god, does not deliver. you must seek and receive. THEN you have bang for buck. exactly what you have accomplished with your 3.85ghz.
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oh ok. just alarmed on how you brushed off the warning and said 1.7v will be fine biggrin.gif good luck with your frying err overclocking hehe.
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Originally Posted by charlie310;13672944 
Worst case scenario would be my MOBO would BSOD. The most likely scenario would be that CPU temps would crash my rig before I even reach 1.7.
Nope.

Worst case scenario is you hit enter to apply voltage/clocks and your system never comes back until you find another CPU.
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Originally Posted by beers;13673002 
Nope.

Worst case scenario is you hit enter to apply voltage/clocks and your system never comes back until you find another CPU.

hehehe. this is my favorite part of overclocking. back in the athlon XP days, i had a board that could supply up to 2.0v and i used to apply 2v to cpu's just to watch the plastic fan clips on heatsinks smoke.
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Originally Posted by reflex99;13672932 
All non-phenom K10.5 chips are pretty terrible clockers.


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