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Im actually amazed I got there without changing the voltages. biggrin.gif
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Here is what I would do. Try 250fsbto an a 16multi set your ram an keep the HT at 2000the an maybe try 2500NB. You will also have to up your voltages some.
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Here is what I would do. Try 250fsbto an a 16multi set your ram an keep the HT at 2000the an maybe try 2500NB. You will also have to up your voltages some.

would that give me more speed? I would rather not raise my voltages because I don't want this thing to get too hot.
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you need to drop your ht link down to 2000. you want your cpu-nb as high as it will go with a minimum of 2600 if at all possible.
test it for a lot longer than 10 minutes. i dont think i hit my max temps until after about 20 minutes. ibt will get it hot a lot faster too.
youll also need to run prime for at least 12 hours, the sooner the better.
personally i find my max stable clocks with itb then stress it to hell with prime.
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you need to drop your ht link down to 2000. you want your cpu-nb as high as it will go with a minimum of 2600 if at all possible.
test it for a lot longer than 10 minutes. i dont think i hit my max temps until after about 20 minutes. ibt will get it hot a lot faster too.
youll also need to run prime for at least 12 hours, the sooner the better.
personally i find my max stable clocks with itb then stress it to hell with prime.

Well, I dropped my HT link to 2000, and i put the CPU-NB at 2600 and put the FSB at 230 with a multiplier of x16 to give me a clock of 3.6GHz. I then went in to windows and opened up CPU-Z and Speedfan to monitor temps and then I started stress testing with prime. The 4th core fell over on the 3rd test or so.confusedsmiley.png

I have these two switches on my mainboard that easily help me OC the machine. From what i can tell, flipping the switches to 20% OC sets the FSB to 240, HT link to 2400, and when i set the multiplier to x17 i get 4.08GHz. And its plenty stable! i ran Prime on it twice for 30 mins one run, and another 29 Minutes on another run. temps stay below 66C the whole time (sits at about 64C mostly) And its completely stable! (I tried to go to 4.2GHz once by setting the mult to X17.5, Fell over and BSOD'd doh.gif) So i think 4.08GHz is the highest i can go without raising voltages (and therefore raising temp, which is undesirable with the cooler i have). (i actually did try raising the voltages a little bit on the settings you recomended, but it was still unstable.)
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you need to stress a lot longer than half an hour. go 8 hours overnight while you sleep. the rest of the day if you work dayturn or go to school.
max temps on these chips is supposed to be 62* according to amd.
you can run ibt on 20 runs at max mem settings to get a quick idea if it will hold prime for any length of time. if it handles ibt, run prime. easiest/quickest way to see if its stable enough for prime.
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Will do on the stress testing. Planning on doing it tonight.

So, rated for 62C on the chip. worriedsmiley.gif
At least it only goes over 63C when stress testing. everything else I do (even when rendering a picture in a 3D modeling program) tends to keep the temp below the 62C mark.

I Also noticed with my original settings that the whole system crashed on the CPU Test in 3DMark Vantage and I upped the VCore from 1.31V to 1.32V and that has fixed the stability problem. Temps are staying low with this voltage, so its all good.

I ran prime again after the change and it was stable, and I ran 3DMark Vantage again and was all stable there too.


I just love this 4.08GHz speed.
I ran a VM of Windows XP MCE 2005 and when I boot it up, it was in the desktop in less than 5.72 seconds!
IT was so fast! I had never seen Windows XP boot so fast on my own machine. sonic.gif

EDIT:
After last night (Since I ran prime 95 while i was sleeping) It seems my PC may have had a bluescreen because prime was not open, speedfan was not open, and my startup programs were open. I know it wasnt a shut down from overheating because the computer was still on when I woke up. I guess this shows that its not quite stable. And i'd have to bump up the voltage further. Which at this point, will not work because its hot enough as-is. devil.gif
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disable the auto restart on bsod/failure.
if you dont know where its at,
To disable Auto-Restart, follow these steps:
Windows XP

Right-Click on "My Computer", and click "Properties" from the context menu that appears.
Click on the "Advanced" tab.
Click on "Settings" under "Startup and Recovery" (see screenshot).
Uncheck the box labeled "Automatic Restart".


Windows 7

Click on the Start button and then on Control Panel.
Click on the System and Security link
Click on the System link.
In the task pane on the left, click the Advanced system settings link.
Locate the Startup and Recovery section near the bottom of the window and click on the Settings button.
In the Startup and Recovery window, locate and uncheck the check box next to Automatically restart.
Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.
Click OK in the System Properties window.
You can now close the System window.


check your bsod codes and its A LOT easier to find out what the cause is.

does that thing run a lot more in stable in linux ?
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I had my B55 up to 4.2 but Windows was having problems*. it was better in Ubuntu but even Ubuntu had problems after 24 hours.

I'm on stock just now and getting good frames...

but after reading (some) of this thread, i think ill have another go.





*i think it was a mix of RAM timings and the NB.
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