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post #1401 of 2790
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OH HAI DERE GUIZ

Sorry for being MIA for the past 4 months. Was time for this birdie to leave the nest, and between moving and my other hobbies ... my computer took a back seat.

I should be back semi-regularly (at least a few times a week) but not enough to stay on top of this member list. If anyone wants to create a member list and have me stick it in the first post, I'd be happy to do that.

Glad to see this chip has a huge following now. Kinda funny considering Christmas time there was only about a half dozen of us. My chip is still chugging along wonderfully for what it's worth, too.

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Why are you pushing so much FSB?

I want to obtain a more even clock across everything, and Im hoping it will allow me to run the clock at lower voltages which I will be testing this week.
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post #1403 of 2790
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I looked into the same thing with my computer. There was little to no difference in benchmarks let alone real world applications and I didn't find any voltage differences.

Feel free to double check biggrin.gif

the only thing I could consider significant was Super Pi, but even 3DMark didn't care much between 250x16 and 200x20.

The "theory" was from Socket A to 939/AM2 days with unlocked multipliers. Back then there was a huge difference between DDR-400 and DDR-333 (for example) and running a higher FSB and a low multi at the same CPU speed was better than the other way around.

Now, there is little to no difference between 1333 to 1600 DDR3. There is a difference, but it's so minute that most benchmarks won't care much.

I know there are more things affected by FSB and I'm somewhat oversimplifying, but the end result is still not worth the headache. Raising your FSB and dropping your multi should be the last thing to do on your list. I can understand 1FPS improvement being justifiable but not a tenth of a FPS.

GTA 4, Super Pi, 3DMark 06, and Skyrim were my test mules.
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post #1404 of 2790
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I looked into the same thing with my computer. There was little to no difference in benchmarks let alone real world applications and I didn't find any voltage differences.
Feel free to double check biggrin.gif the only thing I could consider significant was Super Pi, but even 3DMark didn't care much between 250x16 and 200x20.

Main thing I suppose I'm looking for are lower temps. I just want to see if I will see lower temps with this setup with higher fsb, or with my old settings with a 210fsb.
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So today when I went to rotate my cooler, I decided to throw my 960T in my room mates ASUS board since he has luck unlocking his chip in it. VOILA! 5 stable cores... -_- Guess I need a new board if I want that core. But I rotated the cooler to hopefully provide better cooling to my VRM area to the side of the CPU. Going to do more tests this week for my preferred stable settings. Keep you guys updated.
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post #1406 of 2790
Lower FSB does mean CPU needing lower voltage, noticed that when testing. smile.gif Don't really note down how much lower it needs, but it isn't too much.
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OH HAI DERE GUIZ
Sorry for being MIA for the past 4 months. Was time for this birdie to leave the nest, and between moving and my other hobbies ... my computer took a back seat.
I should be back semi-regularly (at least a few times a week) but not enough to stay on top of this member list. If anyone wants to create a member list and have me stick it in the first post, I'd be happy to do that.
Glad to see this chip has a huge following now. Kinda funny considering Christmas time there was only about a half dozen of us. My chip is still chugging along wonderfully for what it's worth, too.
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let me see what i can do with the member list, Pook. it will be slow but . . .

Welcome back, man.
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So I have 2 profiles saved in BIOS, both stable for 24/7 use. Any advice which to use?
My ram timings are always 9-9-9-24 2T

1.
CPU FSB- 263
CPU FREQ - 3945
CPU NB FREQ- 2630
DRAM FREQ- 1400
HT- 1841
CPU V- 1.41
CPU NB V- 1.26
DRAM V- 1.52

OR...

CPU FSB- 210
CPU FREQ - 3885
CPU NB FREQ- 2520
DRAM FREQ- 1400
HT- 1890
CPU V- 1.40
CPU NB V- 1.26
DRAM V- 1.52
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Honestly the only reason I raised my FSB is because CnQ stops working after 17.5X on my board, and I want CnQ enabled.

If it weren't for that, I'd just leave 200FSB and use purely multiplier, like the intel K series.

For games, all that FSB won't make any difference, and why stress the board? Mobo is much more likely to die early than CPU.

If you don't care about CnQ, I'd just try to make 20x200 stable and not have wierd HT/CPU-NB frequencies.
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post #1410 of 2790
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Honestly the only reason I raised my FSB is because CnQ stops working after 17.5X on my board, and I want CnQ enabled.
If it weren't for that, I'd just leave 200FSB and use purely multiplier, like the intel K series.
For games, all that FSB won't make any difference, and why stress the board? Mobo is much more likely to die early than CPU.
If you don't care about CnQ, I'd just try to make 20x200 stable and not have wierd HT/CPU-NB frequencies.

Thanks for the great advice smile.gif
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