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im at work, currently on my tea break.

i was just messing with my cpunb and ht when i found my stable 24/7 clock (which i got bored with and now trying MOAR lol)

i noticed when i put my cpunb and HT up my maxmems improved dramatically. but getting a high cpunb and ht is tricky. thanks

Yeah thats one of the oddities I am having over here, getting better results, but not linked to high cp/nb HT ? more to FSB over 250
going to try some different things.

...what kind off tea? I am having Lyons original imported straight from Aire lol
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Hi D1nky,
Thats a loaded question. jacking up the NB, HT isn't it. If you are not getting any results try running 100-120MHz underclocked and tighten the timings. Run Maxx again and lets see the results. I am getting some nomn linear results myself, but if your patient I finally got a brief break in my schedule post Richland reviews and am doing the same thing in tuning things so if you want I will be happy to share my trial and errors. smile.gif

BTW by non linear I mean things like @ 5.0GHz my W-prime score went from 7.05 to 6.75 (same ram speed/timings) just 'FSB' vs multi

Maxxmem is pretty crappy in my opinion, always flaking out on me.
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tea break = coffee break for me lol just called tea break over here, and I cant stand drinking tea!


actually come to think about it, I had 51ns latency when I had cpu clock at 4.5ghz

I like having a high cpunb and HT as everything seems so rapidly fast. has a real snap to things.

id rather have a 4.6cpu with 2.5+ cpunb and ht.

(from my understanding cpunb is for overall performance, breaks data down for cores and IMC.. and HT link is the communication between north bridge (ram/gpu),

I know the HT link will never get bottlenecked and little point ocing it too much, but when I have a higher cpunb it goes better with an equal HT.

ive just got to get it all perfectly stable and the ram as epeen as they can!


(btw that cpu overclock for 4950mhz wasn't rock solid)
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Originally Posted by Red1776 View Post

Hi D1nky,
Thats a loaded question. jacking up the NB, HT isn't it. If you are not getting any results try running 100-120MHz underclocked and tighten the timings. Run Maxx again and lets see the results. I am getting some nomn linear results myself, but if your patient I finally got a brief break in my schedule post Richland reviews and am doing the same thing in tuning things so if you want I will be happy to share my trial and errors. smile.gif

BTW by non linear I mean things like @ 5.0GHz my W-prime score went from 7.05 to 6.75 (same ram speed/timings) just 'FSB' vs multi

Maxxmem is pretty crappy in my opinion, always flaking out on me.

I have been using Wprime as well , its very precise but only gives one dimension..
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tea break = coffee break for me lol just called tea break over here, and I cant stand drinking tea!

are you the Tea Boi?
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are you the Tea Boi?

im the labourer so basically yea haha!
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tea break = coffee break for me lol just called tea break over here, and I cant stand drinking tea!


actually come to think about it, I had 51ns latency when I had cpu clock at 4.5ghz

I like having a high cpunb and HT as everything seems so rapidly fast. has a real snap to things.

id rather have a 4.6cpu with 2.5+ cpunb and ht.

(from my understanding cpunb is for overall performance, breaks data down for cores and IMC.. and HT link is the communication between north bridge (ram/gpu),

I know the HT link will never get bottlenecked and little point ocing it too much, but when I have a higher cpunb it goes better with an equal HT.

ive just got to get it all perfectly stable and the ram as epeen as they can!


(btw that cpu overclock for 4950mhz wasn't rock solid)



Yes i noticed too that when i have higher CPUNB and HT link things are more snappy than when i have 5ghz with lower HT and CPUNB.

I have to back off my OC to 4.6 with 2570 CPUNB and 2827 with 2400 RAM timings 11-11-11-33 and i did not notice any frame drops in games and it seems to be faster than when i have it to 5ghz, also it stays A LOT cooler now biggrin.gif

Hey i saw you are basically have the same RAM as i do, so can you do the same settings like me? 2400 11-11-11-33 with 1.65 volts?

That are the standard 2400mhz RAM settings.
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Maxxmem is pretty crappy in my opinion, always flaking out on me.

I just tried to download MaxxMem and NOD32 disconnected me from the site, checking quarantine shows this


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i havent really touched my ram, havent had the time, im more focused on my 24/7 cpu clocks.

however i got this ram to boot at 2700mhzs, timings were like 13-13-13-40

was fine even done a maxmem test till it crashed lol

soon as i get my 24/7 clock prime solid for a million years, ill focus on timings and speeds.
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Yes i noticed too that when i have higher CPUNB and HT link things are more snappy than when i have 5ghz with lower HT and CPUNB.

I have to back off my OC to 4.6 with 2570 CPUNB and 2827 with 2400 RAM timings 11-11-11-33 and i did not notice any frame drops in games and it seems to be faster than when i have it to 5ghz, also it stays A LOT cooler now biggrin.gif

Hey i saw you are basically have the same RAM as i do, so can you do the same settings like me? 2400 11-11-11-33 with 1.65 volts?

That are the standard 2400mhz RAM settings.

Seriously? U can't tell the difference between 4.6 and 5ghz?

I tell you now you had a bad 5ghz overclock if you didnt notice a difference,

as for the frame rates it really depends on the game if you would see any increase or not. more gpu type games the focus is obviously gpu but you get games that require more cpu power too and i tell you now you can tell the difference
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