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post #21 of 26
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What do you mean by max though? Like max it will accept, or max voltage before you start compromising the architecture of the chip (regardless of cooling)?
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What do you mean by max though? Like max it will accept, or max voltage before you start compromising the architecture of the chip (regardless of cooling)?

You can put more voltage into it but you risk compromising your CPU due to the voltage. It will degrade faster then normal. Any luck on your OC? I havent had a lot of time to mess with mine but I did run 12hr prime and was stable at just over 4.1Ghz. Don't think I can make this chip hit 4.2Ghz but I wouldn't notice a real world difference between the two.
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post #23 of 26
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Yeah I'm really sorry I haven't gotten back to you guys. Up here in New York it's the week before the week before Spring Break for high school, so all of my teachers dumped homework and projects on me like no tomorrow, doesn't help I'm taking 4 AP's either. Since it's Friday, I plan to take a look at RAM timings and such after work. I think I decided I'm going to keep the 4.3Ghz because putting any more vCore through the chip as my 24/7 rig probably won't be a good idea. If I was benching, it'd be a different story but I'd like to keep my chip for awhile. At this point, I've read that AMD chips react very well to lower RAM timings so for here on out I'll probably start messing with those and post my results for the rest of the community.

If you really want to hit that final 4.3Ghz or higher, try going to a 19.5x multiplier first, and if that causes too many issues, start bumping the FSB up in increments of like 2 or 3 until you reach a wall. I can't remember if you told me what kind of cooling you have, but this is an instance where I'm extremely happy I went with watercooling. The second I stop my Prime95 Blend, my temperatures plummet and they stay very low.

Keep you guys updated for sure.
post #24 of 26
yes 4.3 is about where this chip stops with out some outrages cooling awsome job Webster hitting 4.3 thumb.gif338
post #25 of 26
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Hey thanks man you too =)

Like I said, it;s RAM from here on out, I'll document my progress for any other Phenom II x6 users who may be poking around.
post #26 of 26
good deal yes Im thinking of trying some diffrent ram but Im not sure my WEI scroe is 7.8 on the ram cpu is 7.6 gpu is 7.4 disk is where I need the most help its 7.2 I have my eye on a 120 gig sata III ssd to replace my 30 gig sata II ssd
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