Originally Posted by Dopamin3
You might not necessarily be stable. It could go either way. You are increasing the Uncore frequency a little bit, same with QPI Link and also the 22mhz difference. Plus you never know, the same OCs on different multis may need slightly different voltage. I know Bloomfield didn't like even multipliers and OCed better on odd ones, I'm not sure if this is the case on Gulftown as well.
Mine was very odd. I was able to get to 4.4GHz on crazy low volts, 1.26v stable with prime for 33 hours before I stopped it. Then to get to 4.5 has to jump to 1.35V which was still low but was getting uncomfortable for daily use on the temps and quite a volt jump for 100MHz.
Wint0nic said to go with 200*22. Any reason to do this to get around 2000MHz on the memory over doing 143*31 and hitting about the same mem speed? Is it that some prefer tweaking BCLK since that's standard for most chips other than the extreme ones or is there a good reason to up the BCLK over the multiplier?
JREdited by jriker1 - 10/9/11 at 10:31am