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It's not a subpar IMC it's the IMC's limitations. The standard phenom ii's were rated for 1333mhz; the turban cores are rated for 1600mhz ram. Anything higher than that is NOT guaranteed and is, quite frankly pointless in all real world applications. Only your benchmarks will notice a difference.
Just because the board supports something, doesn't mean the rest of the technology does or is even up to date enough to support it.
My gigaybte supports ddr2 speed up to 1333, but in reality, nothing comes even close to it. There are select ram modules that CAN hit it, but the ddr2 IMC is limited to 1066, anything else can cause issues.
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My 960T (or motherboard) also did not quite like higher frequencies but I have no idea why it happens. I unfortunately don't have 1866 Mhz capable ram at the moment so I can't test if reach it.
side note: my board is rated for 2000 Mhz OC on the ram
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1800 is nice and more than enough
I have some Ripjaws X 2133 (8-9-8-24) too, and max. I hit was 1920 8-8-8-24. Sabertooth mobo

Thanks for the responses. Been going nuts trying to get 1866. I understand real world applications won't benefit, but have been doing alot of benching. Was going for 18gb/s bandwidth. Got 17gb/s with Ripjaw x 2133 (1808mhz) without stripping down os. Actually my Samsung's did great in Cinebench 8-9-8-24-1t 1776mhz 1.5v Only could get 15 gb/s so far for bandwidth in Sandra with those though.
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hi folks. i'm just new to this club. please recommend a good am3+/am3 micro atx motherboard for this processor. thanks guys!

going by egg, i can't find any to recommend. none of them are any good for overclocking, which is our chip is made for - imo. sorry.

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i can't find any to recommend. none of them are any good for overclocking, which is our chip is made for - imo. sorry.

this really p*ssed me off!!!
i wanted a good matx MB, BUT NOOOOOO nobody would make one.
you think they knew bulldozer was going to be a hot dud, and didnt want to put the effort into them.
i wonder if piledriver is any good, if they will come out with one. (they as in MB manufactures)
tis is a big reason i want to go with trinity for my next build-i want a kickass htpc.


-dimwit-

back to ocing-3700 quad.
this time i will save a setting in the bios, so if i get a crash, i dont have to go all the way from the begining-lol
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i remember last december Redwoodz showing me how to reach 4 and did it in about 10 minutes. i've seen a few runs by fellow members and i would like to share some of mine as well. as an amd chip our numbers are pretty close to remarkable. if only intel do not exists, we would all be on top of the world - lol.

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User Name: iwhocorrupts
CPU: AMD X4 960T Zosma
24/7 OC: X6 4319Mhz @ 1.45v
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few ppl have 1600T, i have 1605T, whats the difference between those two?
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@rdr -- what's your highest stable? I see validations and some hyperpi's at 4.5, just wondering what you got ful stable.

1.55v isn't much, at least for me, I'd run that 24/7 without a problem, did on my kuma and it worked fine.

After work and all, i really only use the pc for a few hours at a time, so I'm not concerned.

I think I finally hit the limits of this board, lol.

The processor dies out at 4.678mhz with 1 core. It goes about the same with 2 cores -- doesn't matter which 2.

After I enable 1 or 2 more cores, voltage required starts to climb. Not as bad with 3 as with 4, but still there. The problem is with each additional core, 3,4,5 and 6, the cpu maxes 100mhz less.

Not a huge deal, but those are my findings after WAY too much experimentation.

I don't use 6 cores, no point. Nothing i do benefits in the slightest from it. Even the once in a blue encode (WMM) doesn't multi-thread.

The system is slower (generally) with 2 cores. I can feel it. It's not with 3, and 4 I certainly can't tell.

But, the extra 100mhz doesn't mean much to me, so i'll leave it probably around 4.3, since that seems to be the max prime stable.

4388mhz works with 4 cores but will not prime for more than 2 seconds (lockup) with 4 cores.

It's not a voltage issue, because I've tried up to 1.7v (yeah, I'm maverick like that), lol. PC out of case, haven't used a case in years, and it sits next to the window. Just open it up and my cpu temps down 10c.
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post #618 of 2790
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hi folks. i'm just new to this club. please recommend a good am3+/am3 micro atx motherboard for this processor. thanks guys!

What side specifications do you want? Sata3 or sata2, ps/2 connection, dvi/hdmi/vga output, usb 3 or 2?
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User Name: iwhocorrupts
CPU: AMD X4 960T Zosma
24/7 OC: X6 4319Mhz @ 1.45v
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Woah! Nice Gigaflops.. Makes me want to scrap my Core 2 Quad for $200 with the mobo ram and CPU.. (and cooler). Save up $120 and get a AM3+ build.. Knowing this i'd probably get a 4 core only.. And it probably wouldn't OC very well.. i5 2500k is alot at the moment here, so is the board i'd want! mad.gif
Probably looking at $320 or so with board + ram + cpu. Or $450+ with i5 + board and ram..
 
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Yea all the mATX boards I've seen all have 4+1 phase power thingie and usually miss out on better cooling on the NB, SB, and VRM. I only have a mATX case so I had to choose from those boards.
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