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Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 3.2 ghz on an Asus M2N-SLI Deluxe

This is the highest I can go without bluescreening. Would it help if I lowered the multiplier and added more mhz? Voltage is at 1.5625
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Thats a decent OC for the brisbanes. Its in the range of what was "normal" back when those were quite common. I saw a few of the brisbane cores hit 3.4GHz or so, but not much beyond that. I usually told people that they could "expect" somewhere between 3.1 - 3.3GHz, and there was an outside chance that it could be more or less than that.

You say you're at 1.5625v for vcore? Your CPU-z screenshot shows much less than that. Also, have you lowered your ram divider at all to compensate for your ref clock increase? Is it stable at that speed?

And the 5000+ is on a larger manufacturing node, so you can push a bit more voltage than the Phenom II's. Back then, I never personally went past 1.55v, but I knew people that were in the 1.60 - 1.65v range.

Overall though, good job thumb.gif.
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Thats a decent OC for the brisbanes. Its in the range of what was "normal" back when those were quite common. I saw a few of the brisbane cores hit 3.4GHz or so, but not much beyond that. I usually told people that they could "expect" somewhere between 3.1 - 3.3GHz, and there was an outside chance that it could be more or less than that.

You say you're at 1.5625v for vcore? Your CPU-z screenshot shows much less than that. Also, have you lowered your ram divider at all to compensate for your ref clock increase? Is it stable at that speed?

And the 5000+ is on a larger manufacturing node, so you can push a bit more voltage than the Phenom II's. Back then, I never personally went past 1.55v, but I knew people that were in the 1.60 - 1.65v range.

Overall though, good job thumb.gif.
The BIOS at least shows 1.5625v. And I haven't even touched the RAM. Eh, kinda stable. It's 100% stable at 3120mhz with 1.4v. 1.5- ish (don't remember the exact number) is the highest option I have.
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I'd guess that it might actually be your ram thats making you unstable right now. Ram speeds are tied directly to the ref clock, so right now your ram is running quite overclocked. You could confirm that the ram is the problem by running memest for a bit and see if the ram is throwing any errors. Alternatively, you could also just lower the ram divider, and see if the OC is stable then smile.gif.

Are your temps decent under load?

And either way you're doing pretty good man. I had a 4600+ that never really wanted to do any more than 3060MHz (and usually ran at 2.88GHz).

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I'll have to look and see about the ram divider thing in the bios. My temps are perfectly fine, I never really hit 60c and I idle at 30 ish.
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