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post #31 of 97
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Originally Posted by Desert Rat View Post

Boooo! Froze at 230 block. Now Im trying 225 block(2475mhz).

According to the [H] thread, temperatures will/may be the limiting factor.
At each step check your temps to see if you are near 50C.
post #32 of 97
It looks like its solid at 225 and temps are not bad for now. After I finish this wu I will try 227 to see how it goes.

Desert_Rat@CaptainCrunch:~$ dmesg | grep -o Detected.*
Detected 2475.659 MHz processor.

Desert_Rat@CaptainCrunch:~$ sudo tpc -temp
[sudo] password for Desert_Rat:
Turion Power States Optimization and Control - by blackshard - v0.41
Detected processor: Family 10h Processor
Machine has 8 nodes
Processor has 6 cores
Processor has 5 p-states
Processor temperature slew rate:9.0°C

Temperature table:
Node 0 C0:38 C1:38 C2:38 C3:38 C4:38 C5:38
Node 1 C0:38 C1:38 C2:38 C3:38 C4:38 C5:38
Node 2 C0:40 C1:40 C2:40 C3:40 C4:40 C5:40
Node 3 C0:40 C1:40 C2:40 C3:40 C4:40 C5:40
Node 4 C0:39 C1:39 C2:39 C3:39 C4:39 C5:39
Node 5 C0:39 C1:39 C2:39 C3:39 C4:39 C5:39
Node 6 C0:41 C1:41 C2:41 C3:41 C4:41 C5:41
Node 7 C0:41 C1:41 C2:41 C3:41 C4:41 C5:41

Edited by Desert Rat - 3/6/12 at 5:54pm
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post #33 of 97
Temps are looking good. any noticeable change in the TPF?
post #34 of 97
Replacement server installed. All 32GB of memory POSTS !!!!
Flashed [H] BIOS version 2 at 230, that's OC by 15% for 2.3GHz.
Waiting for some updates before I can tell what the new TPF will be.
Running a 6904 now.
post #35 of 97
Nice! thumb.gif My tpf drop around 90 seconds with the oc. Makes a huge difference in ppd. Did you install Turion Power Control to monitor temps, ram and oc? MY guess is that you will be close to 300k PPD.
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post #36 of 97
Damn, no surprise but the 225+ oc's were not stable with the ram having the faster timings. Back to the old bios with ram flashed -relaxed20 and the 225 oc. Stupid green pcb ram.
 
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post #37 of 97
Josh I got the green ram too and its running ok at 225. You sure is not getting too hot?

edit: LMAO! My just crashed at 225 biggrin.gif
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post #38 of 97
yeah, even 220 will crash just so you know... I need to ask tear if I can use flashed ram with the new oc...
 
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post #39 of 97
Yes:

bwhiten@bwhiten-H8QG6:~$ dmesg | grep -o Detected.*
Detected 2300.188 MHz processor.


bwhiten@bwhiten-H8QG6:~$ grep MemTotal /sys/devices/system/node/node[0-9]*/*
/sys/devices/system/node/node0/meminfo:Node 0 MemTotal: 4192248 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node1/meminfo:Node 1 MemTotal: 4194304 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node2/meminfo:Node 2 MemTotal: 4194304 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node3/meminfo:Node 3 MemTotal: 4194304 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node4/meminfo:Node 4 MemTotal: 4194304 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node5/meminfo:Node 5 MemTotal: 4194304 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node6/meminfo:Node 6 MemTotal: 4194304 kB
/sys/devices/system/node/node7/meminfo:Node 7 MemTotal: 4194304 kB


bwhiten@bwhiten-H8QG6:~$ sudo tpc -temp
Turion Power States Optimization and Control - by blackshard - v0.41
Detected processor: Family 10h Processor
Machine has 8 nodes
Processor has 4 cores
Processor has 5 p-states
Processor temperature slew rate:9.0°C

Temperature table:
Node 0 C0:40 C1:40 C2:40 C3:40
Node 1 C0:39 C1:39 C2:39 C3:39
Node 2 C0:33 C1:33 C2:33 C3:33
Node 3 C0:31 C1:31 C2:31 C3:31
Node 4 C0:37 C1:37 C2:37 C3:37
Node 5 C0:37 C1:37 C2:37 C3:37
Node 6 C0:34 C1:34 C2:34 C3:34
Node 7 C0:34 C1:34 C2:34 C3:34


Previously it cut almost 6 minutes off a 6904 TPF, from 33:xx to 27:xx
Not sure if having all the memory working will help lower it even more but it can't hurt thumb.gif
post #40 of 97
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Originally Posted by robwadeson View Post

Probably I won't be overclocking afterall, it's putting out too much heat in my room at stock already. Are you planning to oc yours?

Think of it as your personal Bikram Yoga room. Some people pay big bucks to sweat for an hour while stretching. You can have it for just the cost of the electricity!
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