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How does this look? Love winter thumb.gif
The vcore makes me feel warm:p

I hope you do realize that that ammout of high volt will kill the cpu? you cant go higher then 1.55v on AMD Cpus. 1.7v is super high for that litle speed. It will kill it or degrade over time and very fast, if you want a 4ghz stable and still cool cpu and also cheap get the amd phenom ii x4 965 and overclock it to 4ghz. It might even go 4.2ghz under 1.55v
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I can do 4Ghz stable on this chip at 1.54vcore. It was fun overclocking that far. Trust me it's not that little speed as you call it. Some can't even get there chips that high no matter how much volts they push. It takes a lot of tweaking.
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+1 to that. Mine can't even do 3.6GHz frown.gif
Have you tried 3.8Ghz? I mean i think your chip can do it. What settings have you tried with?
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I can do 4Ghz stable on this chip at 1.54vcore. It was fun overclocking that far. Trust me it's not that little speed as you call it. Some can't even get there chips that high no matter how much volts they push. It takes a lot of tweaking.

Does it really matter if you used insane ammout of voltage just for wimpy 400mhz more? Its about if its practial or not, no decent overclocker would ever use that high voltage cuz of a dual 4.4ghz its just not worth it. I can also make my cpu run at 6ghz at that high voltage, but that doesnt prove that I can run in 6ghz stable just cuz I can do it. Sooner or later that chip will die, unless you dont care and its for fun only.
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Have you tried 3.8Ghz? I mean i think your chip can do it. What settings have you tried with?

I can boot up at 3.6 GHz but It'll fail a stability test in 20 minutes or under. That's at about 1.5v and I don't really want to go much higher, I'd rather not burn my house down for the sake of a few megahertz. I can run it at 3.5 GHz at 1.44/.45v but I have some undiagnosed stability issues so I'm down to 3.45 GHz right now until I find out what the problem is.

I'm tempted to disable a few cores and see how high it can go at some point in the future though.
     
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The max 24/7 safe vcore is 1.55v. What bsod code do you usually get?
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Good job dude thumb.gif
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Thanks guys. Looking to push it further. Wonder what i could do with a deneb chip tongue.gif
This was done using my friends phenom II x4 stock cooler.
Edited by jason387 - 12/5/12 at 10:22pm
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From the standpoint of just seeing how high you can go, great job. From a practicality standpoint, not recommended. As others have said, you'll fry the CPU very quickly, and also, an extra 400 MHz at those clock rates on an Athlon II isn't going to make much difference. It doesn't have enough cache memory to keep the CPU properly fed with data. At 4.4 GHz, the L3 on the Phenom II does make a difference.
     
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