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i havent had much time, but i am creeping up to 4Ghz.
354
just a 20 min run of prime, will try for 4Ghz tomorrow.
-dimwit-

good job! boil some water.
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so i got 4.0GHz stable so far at 1.416v and here are my temps
326

gonna try ocing the nb now. i was able to unlock to an X6 but it needed a pretty big voltage bump to even run it at 3ghz
Edited by mooper - 2/8/12 at 8:02pm
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good job! boil some water.

thanks.
i only have a couple hours after work to mess with it, so it is low and slow-lol

sorry, but you lost me on the "boil some water?


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so i got 4.0GHz stable so far at 1.416v and here are my temps
326
gonna try ocing the nb now. i was able to unlock to an X6 but it needed a pretty big voltage bump to even run it at 3ghz

maybe your cpu cooler is struggling to get rid of the additional heat when unlocked. try setting everything at default, then unlock.
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thanks.
i only have a couple hours after work to mess with it, so it is low and slow-lol
sorry, but you lost me on the "boil some water?
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i see you're cooling your 960T with xspc.
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thanks.
i only have a couple hours after work to mess with it, so it is low and slow-lol
sorry, but you lost me on the "boil some water?
-dimwit-

Isn't that what they say when a woman goes into labor?
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so i got 4.0GHz stable so far at 1.416v and here are my temps
326
gonna try ocing the nb now. i was able to unlock to an X6 but it needed a pretty big voltage bump to even run it at 3ghz

Your not missing much. Honestly and possibly sadly, I have a perfect 6 core unlock and can OC it to 4.2 ghz, but I choose not too. #1) It generate WAY too much heat, and makes my VRM temps skyrocket, and B) because aside from benchmarks, I have no other applications that benefit from more than 2 cores

I also get a slightly higher overclock with just 4 cores (4.3), and working on 4.4.

Go for the NB overclock; aroiund 2.6ghz is a nice sweet spot, and it only requires about .050v to get to run right.
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i havent had much time, but i am creeping up to 4Ghz.
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just a 20 min run of prime, will try for 4Ghz tomorrow.
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Dumb questions, but wouldn't it be easier and less hassle to overclock via the multiplier instead of the HTT?
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Dumb questions, but wouldn't it be easier and less hassle to overclock via the multiplier instead of the HTT?
It is, but by raising the Multiplier and the HTT you get:

1. More stable overclock
2. Better performance than you would with just Multi increase.
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odd. i have been pushing my 940be to 3.6 and no problems, it is 125w stock.

you know..there's a couple of good boards for cheap available here:http://www.geeks.com/products_sc.asp?cat=1220
 
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It is, but by raising the Multiplier and the HTT you get:
1. More stable overclock
2. Better performance than you would with just Multi increase.

Back in the olden days of the Athlon XPs, I knew that was true, but now...

I'm certainly not experienced enough to say otherwise, but even the guides on this site state different.

I'll tell you what though, I agree with you.

I just originally thought it was the placebo effect taking hold.

I've even noticed, at times, that less voltage is required to stabilize the CPU -- I'll tinker with this a bit more, since perhaps, I'm not as crazy as I thought.
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Originally Posted by ozzy983 View Post

Dumb questions, but wouldn't it be easier and less hassle to overclock via the multiplier instead of the HTT?
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Originally Posted by PsYcHo29388 View Post

It is, but by raising the Multiplier and the HTT you get:
1. More stable overclock
2. Better performance than you would with just Multi increase.

what PsYcHo29388 said.

i get bored with just upping the multi, just trying something different.


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Back in the olden days of the Athlon XPs, I knew that was true, but now...
I'm certainly not experienced enough to say otherwise, but even the guides on this site state different.
I'll tell you what though, I agree with you.
I just originally thought it was the placebo effect taking hold.
I've even noticed, at times, that less voltage is required to stabilize the CPU -- I'll tinker with this a bit more, since perhaps, I'm not as crazy as I thought.

a lot of the guides are for people new to overclocking, i have been doing it for 10+ years (on and off) so i wanted to see which way gave/gives better performance.
after i get this OC maxed and tested i will match the setting with the multi, and test again.
i will do this with 4 cores also.
i am just doing this to keep me busy, until trinity comes out-thats what i am looking forward to.


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