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post #21 of 38
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Originally Posted by mudd
you won't hit 3 ghz on a 3500. especially if you don't know what you are doing.
its wall is aorund 2700 on air. i've seen a few hit 2800.
The most recient cores have been proving that as untrue. Ive seen stable 3500+ and 4000+ pass 3000 so it's hard to say the will is anymore.
    
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And dont give up..your doing great..It takes a while to get the hang of it....and also, you WILL reach a wall, and then if you keep tweaking..one day you may change some stupid little memory setting, and your system will go ahhh, thats what I wanted, and give you another few mhz...it takes time...so dont push it to hard to fast...cause you will still want to have a computer in a few months..
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post #23 of 38
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Will do tiro Thanks.

Amazing Facts The Duke.... I thought it was hard enough "to try" getting 3GHz... But past that?!?! Wow...

I am getting lost... I need a Yes/No answer to kick the vcore past 1.620v. Temps are kind of high, though. I have a Thermaltake Volcano 6 brand new out of the box. What do I do with it to aid my CPU? I already have a A64 mounted
post #24 of 38
bottom line, on air don't kick past 1.6v because like i've said before, temps are only 1/2 of it... you can still fry your proc even if you're running good temps.
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Voltage increases stress on your VRM's, your MOSFET's and capacitors in general. Your board isn't... the best of boards... so there could be a chance of the board going "pop" also.

More volatge demands more from your PSU too, which could also damage it in the long term or cause instability.

An increase in voltage will also increase "tunneling" inside the CPU. There is a FAQ on this in the FAQ section, but it basically means your gates in the CPU are buggering up because of electrons going mental. This is not measurable in temperature, so it will kill 'em without you noticing. There are many other sensitive parts in the CPU, which all suffer from increased voltage.

This is why 1.6v is a bit too much for standard air cooling - even if your temps are good.
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I'm going to put a TEC in between my CPU and heatsink. I do need to find a way to prevent condensation... Any suggestions? *Please don't tell me I need to put some grease all over my mobo *

I might lap it as well

And I will lower to the 1.58v. I guess I'll just have it at like 2.5 or so...
post #27 of 38
TEC cooling eh?

Here's what I would do:

Put a copper plate on the CPU, put the TEC on top of that, then the heatsink on top of that. You're going to have to use a low wattage TEC if you want to cool it with a heatsink. I Seriously don't think you will be worrying about condensation with a low wattage TEC.

Have you got everything you need for TEC?

I looked into TEC once... I bought a graphics card instead. Not worth the money/hassle unless you're totally happy with your system.
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post #28 of 38
Something to try... time consuming though.
Drop back to about 1.45v and see how far the CPU OCs. then up a notch and try again and so on. Why, because many 939 seem to have a sweet spot in there voltage needs. You can quick check with OCCT, it something is off it will error out in about 8-10 miutes.
Use the CPU part of the FAQ for now... unless that is how your doing it already
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/31782-...pu-memory.html
Just about any sorfts you may need are in the below link.
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38268-...roduction.html
BTW, Gogars is a sweet tool, check it out! We can get into that more later if you like
    
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another thing you might want to read about is "burn in" of your proc...
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