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tried it again @ 1.425 for 3.9, error again for prime.
im going to try it @ 1.45 see if that helps.

if not should i try i @ 2600-2800? would i lower the multiplayer/raise the host or could i leave it the same
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tried it again @ 1.425 for 3.9, error again for prime.
im going to try it @ 1.45 see if that helps.
if not should i try i @ 2600-2800? would i lower the multiplayer/raise the host or could i leave it the same

Yeah 1.45v under load should be more than enough for your 3.9GHz.

You would keep multiplier/host speed the same. They are unrelated to this. This is a different frequency. All you would do is change the Northbridge frequency up to around 2600MHz, then go change the CPU-NB voltage to about 1.25v and you'd be set. You may need a little more voltage such as 1.275v but no more then that for 2600MHz.
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Yeah 1.45v under load should be more than enough for your 3.9GHz.
You would keep multiplier/host speed the same. They are unrelated to this. All you would do is change the Northbridge frequency up to around 2600MHz, then go change the CPU-NB voltage to about 1.25v and you'd be set. You may need a little more voltage such as 1.275v but no more then that for 2600MHz.

ah, ok hopefully it will be fine @ 1.45v (again showing 1.5 in cpuz boo)
if not, i will try it @ he higher mhz

thanks for all your help tongue.gif i can live with 3.9ghz hehe

got my new 570sli setup and i didn't want my CPU to bottleneck it, main reason i am doing this
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ah, ok hopefully it will be fine @ 1.45v (again showing 1.5 in cpuz boo)
if not, i will try it @ he higher mhz
thanks for all your help tongue.gif i can live with 3.9ghz hehe
got my new 570sli setup and i didn't want my CPU to bottleneck it, main reason i am doing this

No problem! Good luck with your setup! I feel as if you will be safe with 3.9GHz @ 1.45v tongue.gif but even if you are I would go ahead and change the NB frequency up because it gives a pretty big boost in performance. I can say it definitely helps with FPS is games.
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balls one worked errored again :/ i'll try 1.45 with the boost

do you recomend 2600 2700 2800 ? and @ what v. for them?
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changed it to around 2673 @ 1.25 still setting my cpu volt to 1.45 (If it crashes i'll go ahead and bump it to 1.47)
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balls one worked errored again :/ i'll try 1.45 with the boost
do you recomend 2600 2700 2800 ? and @ what v. for them?

It shouldn't be erroring :/ You can raise it anywhere from 2600MHz to 3000MHz. The voltage will be anywhere from 1.25v-1.35v. I'd keep it simple to start with & do 2600MHz(or whatever is close) @ 1.25v

Prime isn't always the best stability test either. I don't think my machine is prime95 stable but it is stable for everything I do with it & it was just fine on other stress tests. Theres quite a few out there you can try.

EDIT: Yeah if it crashes you can go ahead and do 1.47v. It seems like a lot of voltage for that speed too, but I guess all chips don't overclock the same. You can also try more voltage like 1.27-1.28 on the NB if it crashes at that 2673MHz.

EDIT2: It could be your RAM messing with prime95 and failing too. You can also try messing with the speeds on that/raising voltage. I wouldn't mess with the timings until you are stable though.
Edited by iinversion - 11/13/11 at 1:21am
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It shouldn't be erroring :/ You can raise it anywhere from 2600MHz to 3000MHz. The voltage will be anywhere from 1.25v-1.35v. I'd keep it simple to start with & do 2600MHz(or whatever is close) @ 1.25v
Prime isn't always the best stability test either. I don't think my machine is prime95 stable but it is stable for everything I do with it & it was just fine on other stress tests. Theres quite a few out there you can try.
EDIT: Yeah if it crashes you can go ahead and do 1.47v. It seems like a lot of voltage for that speed too, but I guess all chips don't overclock the same. You can also try more voltage like 1.27-1.28 on the NB if it crashes at that 2673MHz.
EDIT2: It could be your RAM messing with prime95 and failing too. You can also try messing with the speeds on that/raising voltage. I wouldn't mess with the timings until you are stable though.

will do, hopefully it will be fine @ 2673 @ 1.25

edit: damn.. worker stopped again
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damn.. worker stopped again
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damn.. worker stopped again

Yeah Prime became such an annoyance to me I found other stuff to stress test with. Besides, who wants to run prime for hours on end?
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