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post #1 of 14
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Hi guys i was doing some test still alittle afraid that i wreck my cpu.

What i did now is upping the multipliers and nothing more.
The rest is on auto, i already readed that leaving volts on auto isnt smart thing to day because he will add in volts to make it work.
What is the best step i can do now.

I post attached screens below here so you can see some stats on how its now running.
I dint run prime 95 yet before i got a answer on the volt auto what is best to put it on?

What is best step to get some more out of it i ask this here because i want to know what im doing

Greetings maarten

Edited by alfaromeo333 - 8/19/11 at 4:04am
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Should be fine, I can overclock my CPU 400mhz more on stock volts stable. (although i am keeping it at a 200mhz overclock)

Try run prime 95 for at least 3 hours to test if stable.
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I run a prime 95 also now for some more statics material
its in attachment
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Update:
I putted the multiplier on 16,5x windows booted and i wanted to run prime95.
It was a bsod straight away my feeling says that its because my volt is on auto/stock?
I dont do anything before i get this confirmed and how shall i improve my volts?
0.025 a time or put it on 1.425 right away and pump up multiplier?

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Do not touch HTT Reference Clock(200 default), just use CPU multiplier. I think 3300mhz is possible on stock voltage or just 1 step up from default.
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post #6 of 14
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HTT is clocking self up and i already put in bios value 2000 but it keeps staying at 2095.
What i dont understand is the cpu/nb ratio what is this? and how is the calculation working?
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post #7 of 14
your reference clock is at 210 not the default 200.
1.45v is perfectly safe 24/7.
how many sticks of ram do you have ?
you might be able to hit 3.4ghz on 1.425v
you can take the cpu-nb up to 2400mhz on auto volts or set it at 1.2v if you have the voltage setting in your bios. you should be able to take the cpu-nb up to 2600mhz for better performance on those volts. you may need to raise those volts to 1.3-1.35v but i've never seen a need for it.

keep playing around with your speeds and WATCH YOUR TEMPS!
once you get a feel for your systems little quirks, keep playing with your speeds using the reference clocks also. just keep everything in safe temperature ranges and dont over volt.
remember that raising reference clock will change core, ram, cpu-nb and htt speeds. really try to keep your ram as close to stock as possible. and you know to keep htt between 1900 and 2100.

others here will help and we're all going to say almost the same things. ideas will vary but not by much.

good luck!!
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and you know to keep htt between 1900 and 2100.
Just a question .. by htt you mean HyperThread Link Freq ? if so why exactly 1900-2100
I have set mine to 1.8GHz from 2GHz and it helped stabilize the OC was BSODing before.
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post #9 of 14
i got my 720 running at 3.6ghz at 1.450

for what people have said about the 720 be is it takes about 1.45 to 1.475 to get 3.6 ghz

if your temps are not above 60 than you should be fine.
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First of al i want to thank you guys for al the comments,
illirate you said " cpu-nb up to 2400mhz on auto volts or set it at 1.2v"
I try to do that but its in my bios not in mhz but in multipliers like x4 , x6 .
And now hes on auto so i dont know what is default one on my motherbord.
Strange thing is also, if i put a value at ht link link 2000, he still clocks it to 2100.
Motherbord comment in bios says that he takes my 2000 value only when the htlink is below 2000.
Anybody has an answer for that?
Im gonna start with overclocking and volts tonight so i will post update also .

Greetings and thxs
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