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post #61 of 79
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aahh, you decrease multiplier and increase FSB.

I tried that and I don't get the FSB to run at any higher than 293. At 294 the computer don't start, even not with alot higher volt(1.525V)
Is there something else I can do to increase my NB or FSB?
post #62 of 79
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Originally Posted by odjerer View Post

Wow, your scores are way higher than mine. Only thing you have better than me is your NB frequency which is 400 Mhz higher than mine.

I have a sapphire 7970 GHz vapor-x, I should get a lot higher scores on graphics than you.

How do you turn the NB so high? I have only set NB frequencies. It don't seem to be possible to turn the NB up anymore without increasing the CPU frequency. I have tried changing the NB multiplier in AMD overdrive, but it don't affect the NB. I don't find any multiplier for NB in BIOS.

Yes , with a 7970 you should get better score than I. Anyway my GTX670 is to 1350 core and 7300 ram

¿ Do you have all cores enabled ?

For the NB, you have to increase the FSB frequency, and lower the CPU multiplier. Do not forget to adjust again RAM and HT

Mine is to

FSB 320
CPU multi x 12,5

Just try to rise NB as high as your mobo can maintain, no all mobos can reach values like mine, anyway between 2,8 Ghz/ 3Ghz is ok.

Rising NB will help a lot in games that are single threaded, like SC 2 , WOW by example



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Originally Posted by odjerer View Post

aahh, you decrease multiplier and increase FSB.

I tried that and I don't get the FSB to run at any higher than 293. At 294 the computer don't start, even not with alot higher volt(1.525V)
Is there something else I can do to increase my NB or FSB?

if you keep The CPu to 4 Ghz don`t need to increase Vcore, increase VNB!!, to 3 Ghz try between 1.30/1,33.

And repeat, dont forget to adjust again the RAM and HT.

Good luck
Edited by Ashtyr - 1/23/13 at 12:42pm
post #63 of 79
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My HT is set to auto, what should it be set to? Ram speed is changing as I change the FSB, its around 1500-1595 now.

At 293 the computer hanged during the 3DMark11 test.

If I increase the FSB too much, the ram goes to above 1600Mhz,(my RAM is 1600MHz), should I decrease the frequency to the step below, or do I have to overclock my ram?

I did set the CPU multiplier to 12,5. But it didnt change how high FSB I could have
post #64 of 79
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I tried to set the CPU/NB voltage to 1.325 and the NB voltage to 1.268, but I still could not get the computer to start with 300 FSB and 12.5 multiplier.
post #65 of 79
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Originally Posted by odjerer View Post

My HT is set to auto, what should it be set to? Ram speed is changing as I change the FSB, its around 1500-1595 now.

At 293 the computer hanged during the 3DMark11 test.

If I increase the FSB too much, the ram goes to above 1600Mhz,(my RAM is 1600MHz), should I decrease the frequency to the step below, or do I have to overclock my ram?

I did set the CPU multiplier to 12,5. But it didnt change how high FSB I could have

HT to 2000 or close to that
decrease your ram frecuency
remember to increase VNB to at least 1,3/ 1,33 to 3 Ghz
If dont work return to your stable settings
post #66 of 79
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Is VNB the CPU/NB or NB voltage? If I set NB voltage to 1.3, the numbers turn red.

All the cores are activated now and I got this score:

Graphics Score 9817 (DOWN!! from the 9941 I got with 5 cores)
Physics Score 5683 (UP from 5351)
Combined Score 5531 (UP from 5049)

A friend (same CPU) of mine has FSB to 270, and 3,8 GHz, and he gets 5500 from physics score. Does that mean my system is unstable?
post #67 of 79
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I just tried:

Multiplier: 12.5
DRAM Frequency 1200
FSB: 300
CPU/NB frequency : 3000
HT Link speed 2100
CPU voltage 1.5
CPU/NB voltage 1.3
NB voltage 1.306

THe computer did not start.


EDIT: Reseted the settings to stable and took a new test with a little higher V than last time, but the same settings on cores and so on. This time I got:

Graphics Score 9824
Physics Score 5898
Combined Score 5497


How can I get lower combined score when the scores are higher? AND, im still at 9800 graphics score frown.gif Why is that lower than with 5 cores?
Edited by odjerer - 1/23/13 at 1:38pm
post #68 of 79
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Originally Posted by odjerer View Post

I just tried:

Multiplier: 12.5
DRAM Frequency 1200
FSB: 300
CPU/NB frequency : 3000
HT Link speed 2100
CPU voltage 1.5
CPU/NB voltage 1.3
NB voltage 1.306

THe computer did not start.

Put that on auto

as i told you, not all mobos can reach very high values of FSB, and i mean very highs as 300 or more, nevermind, you had it to 2850 Mhz, its a great NB frecuency, go back to that configuration


Try linx

http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/663563/LinX/LinX-setup.exe

Problem size 11530 memory to use 1024 Mb lops 3.

should give you between 74/76 Gflops
post #69 of 79
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Okay.

WHat about the other things I asked about?
I increased the voltage even a little more but I only got

raphics Score 9824
Physics Score 5793
Combined Score 5496





THe result in linz was

Stopped upon error after 1m 16 s

Current date/time: Wed Jan 23 22:50:49 2013

CPU frequency: 4.017 GHz
Number of CPUs: 6
Number of threads: 6

Parameters are set to:

Number of tests : 1
Number of equations to solve (problem size) : 11530
Leading dimension of array : 11544
Number of trials to run : 3
Data alignment value (in Kbytes) : 4

Maximum memory requested that can be used = 1065053536, at the size = 11530

============= Timing linear equation system solver =================

Size LDA Align. Time(s) GFlops Residual Residual(norm)
11530 11544 4 15.389 66.4199 1.398387e-010 3.719470e-002
11530 11544 4 15.423 66.2741 1.398387e-010 3.719470e-002
Edited by odjerer - 1/23/13 at 1:54pm
post #70 of 79
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Originally Posted by odjerer View Post

Okay.

WHat about the other things I asked about?
I increased the voltage even a little more but I only got

raphics Score 9824
Physics Score 5793
Combined Score 5496





THe result in linz was

Stopped upon error after 1m 16 s

Current date/time: Wed Jan 23 22:50:49 2013

CPU frequency: 4.017 GHz
Number of CPUs: 6
Number of threads: 6

Parameters are set to:

Number of tests : 1
Number of equations to solve (problem size) : 11530
Leading dimension of array : 11544
Number of trials to run : 3
Data alignment value (in Kbytes) : 4

Maximum memory requested that can be used = 1065053536, at the size = 11530

============= Timing linear equation system solver =================

Size LDA Align. Time(s) GFlops Residual Residual(norm)
11530 11544 4 15.389 66.4199 1.398387e-010 3.719470e-002
11530 11544 4 15.423 66.2741 1.398387e-010 3.719470e-002




Your CPU isn't stable, that is why you are obtaining low scores in benchmarks. Is strange that you can pass prime95. maybe luck in that pass.

But is close to being stable.

if I'm not mistaken you are with....


CPU 4017 Mhz 1,46 V
FSB 286

NB 2860 more or less 1,26 maybe?
HT close to stock
ram more or less 1600


Try this
FSB 285
Vcore to 1,43/1,44
lower NB, not FSB , NB one step back 2500 more or less i think

VNB to 1,3 ( I have BSDO by low VNB, never for high) try it
VRAM to 1,55 it should be to 1,5 now, i think

Pass linx again
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