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ok so my final CPU OC is at 3.5ghz@1.4v until i get my new fan, what should my copu/nb settings should be at for this speed?
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I'd see what it would take to run 2600 - 3000MHz. On your mobo with your temps being the limiting factor, try a 2600MHz. I'd start with 1.25 - 1.3v CPU/NB Voltage. If it fails Prime95 than make small increases to CPU/NB and retest till stable.

The CPU is very capable, it's your cooling solution that would worry me. Be VARY careful to watch temps. Adding CPU/NB voltage will add more heat, just not as much as adding more Vcore.

You'll see the biggest advantages with the NB Freq as high as possible. Run MemmMax II before you start increasing NB Freq and save a snip of the results. Compare results after you raise the NB Freq and you'll see the increase in the "Reached Memory Score".
 
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I'd see what it would take to run 2600 - 3000MHz. On your mobo with your temps being the limiting factor, try a 2600MHz. I'd start with 1.25 - 1.3v CPU/NB Voltage. If it fails Prime95 than make small increases to CPU/NB and retest till stable.
The CPU is very capable, it's your cooling solution that would worry me. Be VARY careful to watch temps. Adding CPU/NB voltage will add more heat, just not as much as adding more Vcore.
You'll see the biggest advantages with the NB Freq as high as possible. Run MemmMax II before you start increasing NB Freq and save a snip of the results. Compare results after you raise the NB Freq and you'll see the increase in the "Reached Memory Score".

hey there i upped my cpu-nb settings, im at 2800mhz@1.3v and my cpu is at 3.4ghz@1.3625v.. i got better core temps at 3.4 instead of 3.5. does my cpu-nb voltage seem high for 2.8? i had it at 1.275v and upon reboot from saving to bios it didnt boot, so i powered off and turned it back on and it said Overclock failed, so i upped it to 1.3v and now im a t windows. is 1.3v too high?

i ran prime for 1hour and hyper pi 32m with no problems and i notice that my HT link is now at 1600mhz? i think it use to be 2000mhz before i changed my cpu-nb to 2800mhz@1.3v heres a pic

http://i.imgur.com/wYCb3.png
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Is the temp for the cpu-nb on its own or does it just make your cpu hotter?
Edited by quarter_breed - 1/26/12 at 8:37pm
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hey there i upped my cpu-nb settings, im at 2800mhz@1.3v and my cpu is at 3.4ghz@1.3625v.. i got better core temps at 3.4 instead of 3.5. does my cpu-nb voltage seem high for 2.8? i had it at 1.275v and upon reboot from saving to bios it didnt boot, so i powered off and turned it back on and it said Overclock failed, so i upped it to 1.3v and now im a t windows. is 1.3v too high?
i ran prime for 1hour and hyper pi 32m with no problems and i notice that my HT link is now at 1600mhz? i think it use to be 2000mhz before i changed my cpu-nb to 2800mhz@1.3v heres a pic
http://i.imgur.com/wYCb3.png

Your CPU/NB (IMHO) is about right. Maximum CPU/NB is the same as the Vcore max, 1.5 - 1.55v.
Not sure where your dram voltage is at currently, but don't be surprised if you need a slight increase from stock (manufactures specs) when you increase the NB Freq. A lot of AMD platform systems need additional dram voltage even before OCing. Under volted dram will cause same symptoms. You'll have to run Prime95 more after each increase and check stability. If prime95 fails with BSOD, it's usually a lack of Vcore. If prime fails with a "Worker Has Failed" error it's most likely a lack of Dram voltage, or a lack of CPU/NB voltage. If/when you have a failure make a small increase to only one area, than retest. I'll usually make 3 increases and if things are not improving, than I return it and try a different voltage.
Yes manually enter a 2000MHz HT Link Speed.

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Is the temp for the cpu-nb on its own or does it just make your cpu hotter?

CPU/NB voltage is increased to stabilize the Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) which is located inside the CPU, so yes the increase will show under core temps and CPU Socket temps.
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Run MemmMax II before you start increasing NB Freq and save a snip of the results. Compare results after you raise the NB Freq and you'll see the increase in the "Reached Memory Score".


Also run a few actual game benchmarks before and after, so you can see that the gains are almost nothing.

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