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Hey Dig, Your chip could hit over 2.8 that's just an indicater of what you might get, that was just a small sample, all I could find without going real deep.[I]'ve been looking for any with close to your steppings that had the IHS removed, haven't found any yet..EDIT:.. I left you an attachment showing how a higher CPU mutliplyer makes it easier for us noobish to OC not saying it would get that just an example...Have you loosend up ram cas yet that might help..I dont know your cas but at 1-T if it's say 2226 you could try at 2.5 226 that can make a difference...

ok, I'll give that a try..

So far I can only lower the multiplyer to x9 at the FSB up to 289. but it gives me a 2.6ghz clock. so maybe im going about it the wrong way and change everything to stock and then start frinding the max fsb speed..

oh the cas is at 3 right now
and by t1 you are talking about the momory timing?

mmm.. the more I look into trying to oc further the more I realize how much i don't understand

Oh and to answer earlyer post about the temps. Its super hot in here today. it has to be 89F in here atleast so my load temp when I prime95 the cpu it hits 43C...
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ok, I'll give that a try..

So far I can only lower the multiplyer to x9 at the FSB up to 289. but it gives me a 2.6ghz clock. so maybe im going about it the wrong way and change everything to stock and then start frinding the max fsb speed..

oh the cas is at 3 right now
and by t1 you are talking about the momory timing?
Yeah,Auto 1T/2T should be right at the beginning of Advanced D-Ram in advanced mode,right past that is the options to loosen your timings....At least on a Asus....
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Yeah,Auto 1T/2T should be right at the beginning of Advanced D-Ram in advanced mode,right past that is the options to loosen your timings....At least on a Asus....

man.. I keep loosing the site and it wont come back for a few hours..

I tried t1 and it wouldn't boot. It just gave me long beeps lol. So i set it back to t2/auto

as far as the cas, I can set it to 2 when I have a stock clock but when at 2.6ghz it likes to be at 3. There is a grey area at 2.5 cas were it will boot at 2.6ghz but is unstable..
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man.. I keep loosing the site and it wont come back for a few hours..

I tried t1 and it wouldn't boot. It just gave me long beeps lol. So i set it back to t2/auto

as far as the cas, I can set it to 2 when I have a stock clock but when at 2.6ghz it likes to be at 3. There is a grey area at 2.5 cas were it will boot at 2.6ghz but is unstable..
Yeah the site's been down again...I meant for you to try raising it from 3 to 3.5 on the first cas...And try that...Dang your already on 2t??Raising from your first # is loosening....Lowering from it tightening...If that helps any try to loosen the fouth # 1 whole #, you are just going ti have to play with it ...If you can get higher FSB with that then run Memtest to see how stable your ram is...
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Yeah the site's been down again...I meant for you to try raising it from 3 to 3.5 on the first cas...And try that...Dang your already on 2t??Raising from your first # is loosening....Lowering from it tightening...If that helps any try to loosen the fouth # 1 whole #, you are just going ti have to play with it ...If you can get higher FSB with that then run Memtest to see how stable your ram is...
did you try uping your Vdimm? Ask in the RAM section for the best sections for your RAM. There are people here that Eat, Sleep and breath RAM and can get the RAM part of your OC taken care of.
    
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thanks guys

yeah my cass doesn't go any higher than 3 on this motherboard... I think alot of the problem is this crappy msi k8n neo4. Overclocking on it seems to be a pain. I got Asus boards in the other pc's and I've looked at teh bios and these seem very strait forward but this msi board is the pits.

I'm very limited in my options so it makes it so hard to frind out what the problem is. I've tried setting the ram devider down to 100 and the volts to 2.60 and it still doesn't pass prime95..

Snerp, i did up the volts to 2.70 and I would imagin that would be sutable for my type of ram at only 432mhz.

I really think my 2 weakest links right now are my motherboard and PSU.
I've asked soem guys in the general amd section but I'm not getting to far..
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ok this is my last post on this thread, im sure you all wish this would die about now, lol 95posts and over 1000 views

But I just want to confirm I have replaced the front weak fan with a 90cfm fan and the temps have fallen dramatically. I have seen a 5-6C drop
so im happy. I'm still waiting for the newly applied AS5 to cure and im hoping for 30C idle temps and 37C load temps in this hot room..

Again thanks for all your help Ira-k! and Snerp too
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ok this is my last post on this thread, im sure you all wish this would die about now, lol 95posts and over 1000 views

But I just want to confirm I have replaced the front weak fan with a 90cfm fan and the temps have fallen dramatically. I have seen a 5-6C drop
so im happy. I'm still waiting for the newly applied AS5 to cure and im hoping for 30C idle temps and 37C load temps in this hot room..

Again thanks for all your help Ira-k! and Snerp too
Ya done good......
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