Originally Posted by ShaggyM
Could I use these numbers into my first try of over clocking my APU or is there more to it then that type of board etc.. I rather try something that already works then go in complete cold turkey with ocing. I tried to find the spoiler tab and I failed still new here sorry.
Each system is diffferent, so your should probably do your own testing to get the best results. Its not that difficult, and theres enough info on the web and help here to figure out any issues you may come across.
Above couldn't get past 3.3 @1.4.
I can go 3.6 @ just over 1.4 (load readings go slightly higher then my bios settings, so no real solid number. Hardest test is IBT on the cpu/power area.
Wump, are you acounting for the increase in ram speed when you up the baseclock? Also, the nb is cause of instability when going up in baseclock as well, but keeps getting overlooked/forgotten. Drop that to an easy number when doing ram ocing to keep them seperate. Corrected nb should be below 900 for testing of other things, then go over to find the nb limit. My bios did not correct the nb frequency when i upped my baseclock, I had to do the math myself.