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Ok so I did lose the links since I reinstalled but started slowly this morning, so far I have it up to 3.5ghz (242) and stable, doesnt go above 41C on full load, tested with prime 95 and everest (aida64 or w/e) for 6 hours. Is that sounding decent so far?
Only have a couple questions, my voltage only lets me go up in increments of 50v from 0 to 150 so since I can only go up to 150 max is that going to limit my overclocking potential? And second is an obvious question, my HT Link is 2400 ive read some things that say thats fine and some that say as close to 2000 as you can get, tried changing that in bios but it did nothing.
How do I link a little picture of my CPUID in here like I see everyone else doing? Thanks.
you can revisit the links by looking through the pages of this thread where they were posted.
your OC sounds good so far did you get aftermarket cooling or is that on the stock heatsink?
as you overclock higher your cpu will require more volts. 150mv = .15 volts over stock.
As long as the OC you are aiming for does not require more than stock+0.15v then you are good.
You will know if it requires more voltage if you BSOD while stress testing.
If your HT Link is stable at 2400Mhz it is not a problem but closer to 2000 will help with stability.
Your bios may also not reflect the changes, use cpu-z to check your ht-link frequency.
"WindowsKey+PauseBreak" will copy your whole desktop and then just paste it into paint.
That will allow us to see your entire setup.
Make sure you look back through the thread and read both of those links we posted and
you FULLY comprehend them. Don't short change yourself the learning process! thumb.gif
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Yeah so I guess I didnt specify that I had read the instructions and did what I did based on what I had previously read. So far I like where I am at here no BSOD although I had some in the very beginning when I went to 242 with stock voltage, once I upped the voltage I was good and it has been stable all day, over 12 hours now.

I dont really think that I need to go over 3.5 I am pretty happy with that and from my understanding of what I have read 41C max is decent. So im happy, missing anything? Thank you all so much.
    
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thumb.gif Excellent work! biggrin.gif That's a pretty decent OC (2.9 -> 3.5) - I think I got something similar with my X4 620 - 2.6 to 3.25 smile.gif
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Yeah so I guess I didnt specify that I had read the instructions and did what I did based on what I had previously read. So far I like where I am at here no BSOD although I had some in the very beginning when I went to 242 with stock voltage, once I upped the voltage I was good and it has been stable all day, over 12 hours now.
I dont really think that I need to go over 3.5 I am pretty happy with that and from my understanding of what I have read 41C max is decent. So im happy, missing anything? Thank you all so much.
Congrats my friend, you've done it!
You definitely have headroom for a higher OC but as long as it satisfies you its good!
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You really should heatsink those vrms with some of these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835708011
or the RAM ones..and then blow a fan on them
best guide on the net..applies to your CPU too
http://www.overclock.net/t/777378/official-gappos-little-deneb-thuban-overclocking-guide-with-too-many-smileys/0_20
get a better cpu cooler..something like this (supposed to be better than hyper212)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835214023

This is how i overclock a chip like yours

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Awesome guys, and as far as the cooling goes if I decide to go higher I will for sure get a new cooler for my cpu but for now at 27-29 idle and 41 under max load for over 6 hours I should be good with my stock fan right? Just outta curiosity any of you guys overclocked a regor before? Know what you can get out of it? I feel like 3.5 is awesome and you are saying I have a lot more head room, thats exciting biggrin.gif
    
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I've never personally OCed a Regor, but I know Propus (which I had on my X4 620) is a similar type of AMD CPU and as I said, I was able to pull a ~500 MHz OC out of it on the stock HSF. smile.gif

I may know someone who did this with an X2 250 though - can get back to you on that. smile.gif
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Awesome guys, and as far as the cooling goes if I decide to go higher I will for sure get a new cooler for my cpu but for now at 27-29 idle and 41 under max load for over 6 hours I should be good with my stock fan right? Just outta curiosity any of you guys overclocked a regor before? Know what you can get out of it? I feel like 3.5 is awesome and you are saying I have a lot more head room, thats exciting biggrin.gif
you're fine with the heatsink you have now and this is from the lions mouth itself:
http://products.amd.com/en-us/DesktopCPUDetail.aspx?id=586&f1=AMD+Athlon%E2%84%A2+II+X2&f2=&f3=&f4=&f5=AM3&f6=&f7=&f8=&f9=&f10=&f11=False&f12=
it states that your maximum temp is 74c in which case 41c is wayyy under.
Do yourself a favor though and make sure you have decent airflow to your VRMs.
Even though you are getting a new board, If you want this one going strong,
take those minor steps to ensure that it does like we discussed thumb.gif
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I've messed with 2 separate 245 regors, both of them topped out at around 3.6 or so. Didn't do anything elaborate with them , stock cooling and mediocre boards .
Saw the 960 T suggestion earlier, just bought 2 of them and although I haven't been able to unlock extra cores, they both clock like demons : http://hwbot.org/submission/2280560_ http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2356928
Have fun with your set up, seems like your doing pretty well smile.gif
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I've messed with 2 separate 245 regors, both of them topped out at around 3.6 or so. Didn't do anything elaborate with them , stock cooling and mediocre boards .
Saw the 960 T suggestion earlier, just bought 2 of them and although I haven't been able to unlock extra cores, they both clock like demons : http://hwbot.org/submission/2280560_ http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2356928
Have fun with your set up, seems like your doing pretty well smile.gif

Thank you for your input, those do clock amazing I cant wait to get one! And as far as the VRM cooling I did get another fan for that so that will give me much more airflow and if that isnt sufficient I will mount one blowing air onto it, I do want to keep this in good condition cause its going to my brother when I get my new build.

As far as ive seen most Regors top out around 3.6 with lower voltage, I have seen several at 3.9 but I think that I would have to have a bit more of a solid mobo for that. Regardless I dont need 3.9 outta this I may go up to 3.6 if I can because I see no reason not to if its stable and cool but really this is exactly what I needed, now im set till my new build.

After my reinstall on my new harddrive and my cpu overclock all finished my windows experience went from a 6.4 to a 6.7 and even raised my memory from 7.1 to 7.2 as well. Loaded up SC2 and it defaulted Ultra graphics for me and runs great, previously it defaulted a bit lower. Noticing the difference its awesome!
    
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