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nice one, Bleek. currently updating the list for Pook and it is slow going. i am only at page 30. redface.gif
but really nice Max oc you have. congrats!

Thanks dude, love this chip, it's a great find for price and performance! thumb.gif
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Notice how Asus are cheeky:

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I can't actually get an exact round number i.e. 4000MHz because this board bumps the FSB a tiny bit, I assume they do this to nose ahead against other manufacturers in benchmarks.

The NB frequency is also 10MHz higher at 3010MHz, I set it at 3GHz.
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member list updated! big thanks to rdr09 for that one biggrin.gif
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Hello All

User Name:HCS01
CPU: AMD Zosma 960T
24/7 OC: X6 3500Mhz @ 1.2875v
Max OC: Unknown (haven't tried yet)
Unlockable: X6
CPU-NB: 2600Mhz @ 1.1625v
Birthday code:1207

I am really diggin this chip. Less voltage and higher speeds are always a plus. Its a noticeable improvement over my old PII 720, especially with double the cores.

As to the discussion of Ref clock speed, I know that on the early Phenom IIs an OC based more on that was more likely to use less voltage that one using just the multiplier. I personally verified this with my 720, as I recently got the Ref clock up to 225 and was able to drop CPU Voltage from 1.4 to 1.3625. I haven't tried it yet with my Zosma but I will when I have time. If I remember correctly, this was the trend that was noticed in the 720 club on this site.

Oh, one more thing: can we gather a survey of CPU-NB speeds and voltages from you guys? This is an important part of getting more performance out of the system, but is often overlooked. It seems to me that many people are overvolting their memory controllers without realizing it. I have never had either of my Phenom IIs with more that 1.2v. My 720 was running 2200Mhz CPU-NB with 4x4GB DDR3 1600 9-9-9-27-1T, and I picked it up in Nov '09. I can't tell the manufacture date cause I lapped it to match my heatsink.

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odd. not the first person to say that about voltage. my OC voltage is pretty much affected by how I obtain the final clocks; high multi or high fsb. my OCs are about average or I'd just write it off as a dud ... who knows.
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Notice how Asus are cheeky:
2358838.png
I can't actually get an exact round number i.e. 4000MHz because this board bumps the FSB a tiny bit, I assume they do this to nose ahead against other manufacturers in benchmarks.
The NB frequency is also 10MHz higher at 3010MHz, I set it at 3GHz.


Bleek your chip is Sleek thumb.gif
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odd. not the first person to say that about voltage. my OC voltage is pretty much affected by how I obtain the final clocks; high multi or high fsb. my OCs are about average or I'd just write it off as a dud ... who knows.

well, from 20/200 at 1.40v to 16/250 booted at 1.35v (showing 1.38v with llc on)

566

was able to browse without issue. not primed, though.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2360701
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Hi guys, quick question for my first post here.
I have a X3 720 BE clocked at 3.5GHz, doesn't seem to be stable past this and is bottlenecking my new 7850.
Is a 960T a worthy upgrade if I can clock it to 3.8-4.0GHz?
My motherboard is an MSI K9A2 Platinum - which I believe supports this CPU.

is it?
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Broke down my loop earlier today for a good cleaning / flush. So far I'm 10c cooler with the same ambient / voltage. Time to put it through its paces biggrin.gif
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is it?

Things seem to have improved quite a bit, I don't play many games but the ones I do are fixed at 60fps with no dips - I play at 2048x so need quite a powerful machine!

Are there any worthwhile gaming benchmarks to compare against? Not 3Dmark.
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Bleek your chip is Sleek thumb.gif

Thanks, I got lucky but the Asus Sabbertooth undoubtedly helps with this overclock! thumb.gif
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