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post #21 of 46
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i wonder why my logo is blue and his is black? also his says extreme in the logo. although both of ours say extreme in the specs.
post #22 of 46
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I see he has ddr3. I have ddr2. maybe this has some say in the clock speed of a cpu and voltage?
post #23 of 46
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Ok couldnt wait. Ill let it run all night.

I upped the voltage first. This seems to be safer. Although can too much voltage "pop" the cpu?

not bad for a $10 chip

post #24 of 46
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higher temps now. 52-77. bigger fluctuation.
post #25 of 46
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close to 4. Something tells me i shouldn't keep pushing. Can it "pop" or something like that? I dont care if the chip goes. only $10 and i have my t9900 to replace it, but if the motherboard or anything else goes, that would suck

post #26 of 46
Thing you have too watch is when you overclocking sense you cant overclock uping the multiplier and just highering the bus speed. Is it pretty much overclocking the pci bus speed also which can make those unstable hdd sound chipset ram.

Also im pretty sure the one guy in your pic that has it at 4.7ghz is using a desktop so he probably overclocking it with multiplier and if it is a desktop has a pci lock.


In that software you using can you lower the ram speed? Cause that could be why its getting unstable cause when uping the cpu bus speed the ram is also going up.


But yea i would watch cause im not sure what the limited these g50vts motherboards can take. Sense they wasn't really design too overclock high but with just the turbo direct 2 software.



I had my P7450 back than up close too 3ghz using another software other than direct software. When i dust it off again i might give that software you using a try hehe.
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amd fx 8370e 5ghz SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0 msi 390 gskill sniper 8gb 1866 
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post #27 of 46
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the Bus is the FSB? I have not moved that.

The guy is using a laptop, see this, he took a picture of the laptop.
http://hwbot.org/submission/2299192_s0d0mg0m0rrah_cpu_frequency_core_2_extreme_x9100_4695.8_mhz

Ill let you know how it does. Im going to leave it a t 3.999 for a bit. Thats 2x the original p7450 so im happy with that.
post #28 of 46
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I also to go system-advanced system properties-advanced-performance-and select Best Performance (with the exception of "round text smooth edges" "show thumbnails". So everything is like blink of an eye. windows minimize fast, no graphics.
post #29 of 46
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The guy that got 4.7ghz also has a computer that came with stock gtx 260m graphics card so his system seems better stock than the g50vt
post #30 of 46
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Ok I put volt to max first = 1.5v
Moved multiplier to x16
Now it is at 4.25


but it didnt last. So 3.99 is the best that I can get thats stable.
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