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hello again,
1.65v for your ram, 1.75v is to high. don't auto voltage your cpu-nb. I found mine liked to give 1.45v for the cpu-nb at 2400mhz , which is wrong, 2500mhz is reachable with 1.275v.

Ok, I think 1.6V should be enough for default ram settings.
For the cpu-nb and the HT link I'm thinking to keep 2000 or 2200MHz if they don't increase performance.
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Ok, I think 1.6V should be enough for default ram settings.
For the cpu-nb and the HT link I'm thinking to keep 2000 or 2200MHz if they don't increase performance.

They don't. At least the cpu nb doesn't. I would say around 4.3-4.5Ghz with using a max of 1.46v for these clocks as around 4.5Ghz it could get power hungry and require more voltage. Easy sweet spot could be 4.4Ghz and this could be easily achieved by just making the most of the unlocked multiplier.
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Wich is a maximum safety dram voltage for a daily use?

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I would say 1.75v.

eek, that sounds way high. If your RAM is 1.5v, I recommend trying 1.65 tops for overclocking stability.
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AMD Official FX Performance Tuning Guide (Page 19)
DDR3 1.60 - 1.80v on Air Cooling
DDR3 1.65 - 1.85v on Extreme (LN2)
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^ notice they say between 1.60 and 1.80?

1.8 is ultra high, I'm sorry. I'd never run 1.5V ram at that
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Thanks for answers.
I can run 4.5GHz with 1.404V or 4.6GHz with 1.440V with full stability, but probably a 4.4GHz with less CPU Vcore is better for a daily.
Which software do you use in order to check stability?
About NB & HT link, can they run at the same frequence or I have to put one faster than the other?
post #17 of 43
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Probably 1.8V is for 1.65V ram, and 1.6V for 1.5V ones
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AMD Official FX Performance Tuning Guide (Page 19)
DDR3 1.60 - 1.80v on Air Cooling
DDR3 1.65 - 1.85v on Extreme (LN2)
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^ notice they say between 1.60 and 1.80?

1.8 is ultra high, I'm sorry. I'd never run 1.5V ram at that

I've run my ram at 1.75v. It's Corsair value select Ram.

Thanks "Heuchler" for making that clear.
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Thanks for answers.
I can run 4.5GHz with 1.404V or 4.6GHz with 1.440V with full stability, but probably a 4.4GHz with less CPU Vcore is better for a daily.
Which software do you use in order to check stability?
About NB & HT link, can they run at the same frequence or I have to put one faster than the other?

A faster HT Link than CPU NB would be better. smile.gif That's like the opposite for overclocking a Phenom/Athlon smile.gif
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Ok thanks!
Nobody about stress software? Is the AMD OverDrive Stability Test reliable?
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