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post #1991 of 2790
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AMD Overdrive can do that. This is on my 605e (I sold my Zosma redface.gif) but it's the same for any CPU. Since the 960T is an unlocked CPU you'll have a lot more options than 11.5x though.



AMD Overdrive reads voltages wrong sometimes. CPU-Z is accurate and AOD is wrong if it reads weird on yours. I can still adjust (a .125v bump in AOD is still a .125v bump) but the numbers by the slider is wrong.
Edited by The Pook - 10/21/12 at 6:11pm
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THX for info i will check this program as soon as i can smile.gif
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Ok, as I said earlier in a post......
I'm trying to find my CPU Socket sensor on HWMonitor...

I turned off C1E, Cool & Quiet, Turbo Boost, and I cranked the multiplier up to x17 giving me a straight 3.4ghz (stock cooling) <-- Max I'll go until the Hyper 212 evo..

Anyway, I think my Socket Temp is TMPIN 2 but what do you guys reckon..

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Also on the side, I know that getting a 7850 2GB video card (Sapphire or Twin Frozr - not made up mind yet) I will need an overclock around 3.8ghz, but for the money I'd pay for it I can get a GTX 660.
This will increase the bottleneck a bit further but I'd prefer a CPU that cant keep up to a GPU. Given that I only play MW3, BO2, GTA IV + V (when they come out) and at a max of 1680x1050 would I get away with it ?

Might be upgrading the CPU to a Vishera FX-8350 or FX-4170 in around 6-9 months regardless
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Ok, as I said earlier in a post......
I'm trying to find my CPU Socket sensor on HWMonitor...
I turned off C1E, Cool & Quiet, Turbo Boost, and I cranked the multiplier up to x17 giving me a straight 3.4ghz (stock cooling) <-- Max I'll go until the Hyper 212 evo..
Anyway, I think my Socket Temp is TMPIN 2 but what do you guys reckon..

temp sensors are different based on CPU and motherboard (mostly the latter) combinations. Ask someone with a Gigabyte 970A-UD3 if you need a speedy answer.

easier way than tracking someone down ... figure out your ambient temperature and see which one is a bit higher at desktop idle and see which one goes up t(10-14C higher than core temp for my Zosma) in Prime95.


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Also on the side, I know that getting a 7850 2GB video card (Sapphire or Twin Frozr - not made up mind yet) I will need an overclock around 3.8ghz, but for the money I'd pay for it I can get a GTX 660.
This will increase the bottleneck a bit further but I'd prefer a CPU that cant keep up to a GPU. Given that I only play MW3, BO2, GTA IV + V (when they come out) and at a max of 1680x1050 would I get away with it ?
Might be upgrading the CPU to a Vishera FX-8350 or FX-4170 in around 6-9 months regardless

My Zosma maxed GTA 4 fine and it's probably the hardest to run out of your list (only because poor coding). The best thing you can do for GTA 4 is OC your CPU as much as possible (it's a CPU intensive game) and have a GPU with at LEAST 1280MB and preferably 2GB.

My 560 with 1GB vRAM held GTA 4 back more than my Zosma did.

NVIDIA > ATI and Intel > AMD by a fairly big margin in GTA 4 unfortunately. But the extra vRAM on the red team helps.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2554859 hey man xD look at this

Get that HT link down. 2200 is really the max you wanna go on that. Higher and it starts degrading performance and causes stability issues. thumb.gif
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Get that HT link down. 2200 is really the max you wanna go on that. Higher and it starts degrading performance and causes stability issues. thumb.gif

Thanks man I will change it a bit =D
    
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Is it stable? It's a good OC biggrin.gif

Performance degradation is minimal, it's just a stability issue really. I had Prime95 fail 62-68 hours into the test before just because the HT Link was too high.

Rule of thumb is NB speed at least 3x your RAM speed (so DDR3-1600 = 2400+) and never let the NB speed go below the HT Link speed (and HT Link never over 2200).
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Hey guys, little help here?

I've got my 1600T up to 4GHz finally ( http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2555802 ) but it's not what you would call stable. It launches to desktop, most programs are running fine and my max temp is still hovering at 45C.

My problem arises in that I don't really have more room to expand. I'd love for this to be stable at 4GHz, but I've got the vcore at 1.675v, NB at 1.375v, and even bumped the chipset to 1.27v. Although everything is running, my primary monitor is flashing like crazy and some programs (such as Photoshop and 3DMark Vantage) won't launch and encounter "unexpected errors".

Any suggestions on how I can get this stable, or should I just cut my losses and stick to 3.8GHz?
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Hey guys, little help here?
I've got my 1600T up to 4GHz finally ( http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2555802 ) but it's not what you would call stable. It launches to desktop, most programs are running fine and my max temp is still hovering at 45C.
My problem arises in that I don't really have more room to expand. I'd love for this to be stable at 4GHz, but I've got the vcore at 1.675v, NB at 1.375v, and even bumped the chipset to 1.27v. Although everything is running, my primary monitor is flashing like crazy and some programs (such as Photoshop and 3DMark Vantage) won't launch and encounter "unexpected errors".
Any suggestions on how I can get this stable, or should I just cut my losses and stick to 3.8GHz?

you mean a vcore of 1.375v, right. coz 1.675v is for suicide runs. mine boots at 1.36v, which seemed stable until i ran prime. i needed to bump it up to 1.4v. bump yours up to 1.38v and enable llc for both cpu vcore and cpu/nb vcore.

in bios there is NB (read as HT Link in Cpuz), which should be set down to default of 2000MHz and the CPU/NB (at 4GHz, mine is set at 2600MHz).
Edited by rdr09 - 10/24/12 at 4:27pm
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