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This was a quick bench (1 core 1 thread) when I first picked my 960T up. Speaking of which, if all goes well, this will be my last official day with AMD...

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Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post

Nice clock. thumb.gif What is your maxx cinebench 11.5 score? What is your voltage set in bios?

Thanks , it seems that i have been very lucky with my amd chips lately.
About the only bench I've taken the time to run @ 4.6 ghz was wprime, 6.39 seconds was the time I remember.
Right now I' m running with a single stick of 1600 mhz OCZ ram in it and it may have hurt my time considerably. Also, I have a vista sp1 32 bit install on it and suspect it would do better with a proper 64 bit OS. If i get those things corrected , I'll try to post up some numbers. Initially, it seems quite happy to do anything I ask as an X6 @ 4.5 ghz stably, but things get dicey when dialed up from there.
The voltage in bios was set to 1.424, this is only my second experience overclocking a 960 T - So I have a lot to learn about how these chips behave. The encouraging thing is how much cooler these seem to run than the denebs. I have a push pull setup on an H-60 and the temps were no where near a limiting factor on the overclock. I have a really good 965 c3 that will pull 4.2 ghz on nearly any benchmark @ stock voltage and will clock up to 4.7 or so , but needs a lot better cooling than the h60 it has can provide.

Inspite of the troubles people here seem to have with MSI motherboards I have had very good luck with them. I've used 40 + in builds ranging from socket A's to AM 3's and only had 2 failures in 10 years. One K8n Neo 4 died when its network connection took some stray voltage from a lightning strike and my original , used and abused 790FX GD-70 had an issue with the socket , caused by supporting a huge air cooler ( imho).
My record with foxconn is 2 out of 3 boards failed, one the first day and the other with less than 30hours of use. ADA 7 3.0 I think were the models , one had a vrm go POP like a firecracker and the other refuses to hold any bios settings and will do endless boot loops if you try to change anything. I don't believe i went above stock voltage on anything with these boards - so they weren't abused
I've used about 10 or so Asrock boards without issue, but to be honest , I haven't really pressed them hard either.
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Thanks , it seems that i have been very lucky with my amd chips lately.
About the only bench I've taken the time to run @ 4.6 ghz was wprime, 6.39 seconds was the time I remember.
Right now I' m running with a single stick of 1600 mhz OCZ ram in it and it may have hurt my time considerably. Also, I have a vista sp1 32 bit install on it and suspect it would do better with a proper 64 bit OS. If i get those things corrected , I'll try to post up some numbers. Initially, it seems quite happy to do anything I ask as an X6 @ 4.5 ghz stably, but things get dicey when dialed up from there.
The voltage in bios was set to 1.424, this is only my second experience overclocking a 960 T - So I have a lot to learn about how these chips behave. The encouraging thing is how much cooler these seem to run than the denebs. I have a push pull setup on an H-60 and the temps were no where near a limiting factor on the overclock. I have a really good 965 c3 that will pull 4.2 ghz on nearly any benchmark @ stock voltage and will clock up to 4.7 or so , but needs a lot better cooling than the h60 it has can provide.
Inspite of the troubles people here seem to have with MSI motherboards I have had very good luck with them. I've used 40 + in builds ranging from socket A's to AM 3's and only had 2 failures in 10 years. One K8n Neo 4 died when its network connection took some stray voltage from a lightning strike and my original , used and abused 790FX GD-70 had an issue with the socket , caused by supporting a huge air cooler ( imho).
My record with foxconn is 2 out of 3 boards failed, one the first day and the other with less than 30hours of use. ADA 7 3.0 I think were the models , one had a vrm go POP like a firecracker and the other refuses to hold any bios settings and will do endless boot loops if you try to change anything. I don't believe i went above stock voltage on anything with these boards - so they weren't abused
I've used about 10 or so Asrock boards without issue, but to be honest , I haven't really pressed them hard either.

Well, I think the main issue people were having with MSI boards was VRM related. I think people devalue the benefits of good case cooling.

My gigabyte 790x died because I tried pumping 1.575 Vs into the processor and running a stress test even though I knew the VRMs were hitting 65-70C during the load.

Ironically, in the older 770 mainboard the VRMs don't run nearly as hot and it's only a 4+1 phase. Unfortunately, the motherboard isn't nearly as good, but it still runs the processor @ 4.0ghz with the same voltage.

Amazing processors considering.
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can I be added ?
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How are you liking that 960T? Weren't you running an FX prior?
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I have both playing with the 960T today
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Especially with an MSI board I'd get some active cooling on the VRMs. I can almost guaranty you it will die if you load it alot otherwise.

Man, the Phenom II stocks have dried up haven't they? I've been looking for a PII X4 to throw on a workstation, they're all gone or overpriced. I should have got more 960T when Microcenter had them frown.gif
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Max 4-core OC on Air
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Successfully unlocked 6-core
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Max 6-core OC on Air
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24/7 6-core OC on Air tested under AION, Allods, Team Fortress 2
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2nd 24/7 6-core OC on Air fully tested @ 1.39v Tested with all my games.
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Has anyone been running a stable 4.4GHz 24/7 X4? If the 960T were my primary rig I'd be on that goal...
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Has anyone been running a stable 4.4GHz 24/7 X4? If the 960T were my primary rig I'd be on that goal...

I haven't been focusing on the 4 core since I been normally working on the 6 core. Might be a good thing to shot for next time but I don't know since I juts want more cores. lol Maybe I grab an 8-core and leave the 4 core Max OCing to a brave one or I might tackle it who knows. biggrin.gif
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