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This is a basic OC 100% stable. Stock cooler, with stock thermal pad.

Did not play with the multi at all.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=139345

2764.19MHz (230.35 x 12)

I know it isn't that good, but what do you think of this as an everyday overclock?



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same cpu and just about the same overclock. Mine is running at 250 x11 at 2.7450 1.45 volts. Very stable and on stock cooling. You could probably push it to 250 x11 but depending on your ram im not sure what divider you should use.
    
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Try using a 10 or 11 multiplier and push that FSB!! High FSB is the most important part of having a fast overclock. For example, 275 fsb x 10 = 2750 would be faster than 230 fsb x 12 = 2760. You can also use a higher HTT multiplier... it looks like you're using a 3x where you should be using a 4x. The idea is to keep your hyper transport running as close to 1000MHz as possible.

Edit - upon further inspection, you could also use a more aggressive RAM divider. Right now your memory is running under spec (184MHz instead of 200MHz). I bet you could get it over 200MHz easily because Corsair is the $h*t.
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Hell yeah thanks indignation! I'll try that tomorrow. +rep for you baby!
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