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Ok guys. I got my Venice 3500+ to 2.5Ghz stable (Ok, the frequency goes from 2500.2 TO 2.500.7 but who cares...
Do you guys see anything I can improve to get higher clock speeds? (FSB, Voltage, tIMINGs, w/e )
Please fill me in

Windows Does indeed start up quite fast!

Thx in advance!

post #2 of 38
Your HT link frequency is too high and will likely cause instability. Go into your bios and set the HT multi to 4x. This will probably let you overclock higher. You always want to keep your HT frequency as close to 1000 mhz as possible. Never go over.
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Here are my most recent results, kind of jumpy so
post #4 of 38
Good jub. Are u stable and what do your temps look like. I've got crappy memory and to run stable at 2.7 I need to drop my divider to 166, but my temps are higher than I want them to be, so I back off to 2.58 for day-to-day running.
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Good job on the HT link frequency. Thats a nice overclock you got there. Is it stable? Keep going.
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Originally Posted by lonnie5000
Good job on the HT link frequency. Thats a nice overclock you got there. Is it stable? Keep going.
No doubt keep going!!!!

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Good job to you Probn4lyfe. Way to crank that 2800+
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It's starting to get a bit unstable. 2.619 if the most stable speed. Im so n00b i dont know how to find temps... during boot its um 37*c and vcore is 1.550. Im sort of using the Biostar OC Utility and messing with bios together . Will upping the voltage by 0.075 make it a bit more stable???
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Google amd download speedfan for the temps. Uping the vcore is a good idea, just do it a bit at a time, also increase the voltage to the memory. Until you pick up experience, don't get too aggressive with either. And always keep an eye on those temps. Also consider putting a divider on your memory.
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post #10 of 38
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I dont get the divider concept man...
Please tell me what to chage here...
By the way, memclock options are:

133
166
200
216
233
250

Bus frequency can go from like 150 to 350.

I can change my vcore from "startup" (default voltage), or 1.2 volts to 1.8

Yes, like 1.550 and so (which is the vcore im using)

I always get a BSOD, or when im in Windows, my screen goes navy blue after a few seconds with white text such as "A^" or something. Could my recent video card modification have caused this? (It involves crazy glue holding the 75% of the AMD heatsink on the card)
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