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[/QUOTE=Fusion Racing]trick is with the 3200's is to not be afraid of putting volts through, my one seems to love volts, and requires 1.65 to make it rock solid stable[/QUOTE]

i hear that, 1.6v for mine! power thirsty little things.....
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Originally Posted by dualest
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so 2600 possibly? That seems a fair increase from 2000. What sort of real world increase is that? Can it be equated to a rough percentage increase in performance? thanks again
Hey mate, with your mobo it should reach 2.7GHz without any special cooling. The CPU is well capable of that, just make sure your PSU and mobo are also capable of taking it that far.

Roughly, depending on the other components on your rig (it would be nice to know whet they are) you should get between improvements of 25-28% in encoding tasks, ~15% in archiving, 5-25% in games, maybe you'll gain a couple of seconds when win boots up.

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well i wouldn't have thought so if you got a sweet stepping. i run at 2.75ghz and can go to 2.8ghz but my mobo stops me from going any higher. i reckon i could get 2.9-3.0ghz for a suicide run if i got a new mobo

trick is with the 3200's is to not be afraid of putting volts through, my one seems to love volts, and requires 1.65 to make it rock solid stable
Indeed, you can get lucky. A Vcore increase of .05 of a volt can push the temps way too high when going for the maximum clock possible. This is where the more extreem cooling comes in. With the correct stepping and hardware\\experience 3K is possible surely- but in general there is not many 3200+ chips are likely of doing such speeds. I wish they would
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oczedd- iv got 2.75v through mine. its rated same as yours. you`ll be fine. plus, Gskill is high quality stuff!
Thanks, its not if it can handle it that I am worried about, its if it will overheat in my case, and cause it to fry, as I have no way of detecting my RAM temps.
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