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post #11 of 36
It's stable much much higher than that. High HTTs on the Lanparties contributes to a more stable memory overclock. Both Knife AND I have seen this.

This is only a little taste.
You read that right HTT 2774.


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post #12 of 36
What caught my eye was the very good OC .. now that should be in the OCN HWbot team ... so way not move your account across

Back OT .. CPUz already shows the correct speed which in your example is 4x346 ...
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Originally Posted by ncsa View Post
What caught my eye was the very good OC .. now that should be in the OCN HWbot team ... so way not move your account across

Back OT .. CPUz already shows the correct speed which in your example is 4x346 ...
Oh, mostly because I'm not terribly fond of the forum. Which is kind of dumb sounding with how much I'm on it. It's the good guys that keep me coming back.
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post #14 of 36
My FX-62 was 36 hours stable with an HTT of 1200'ish...
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The relative standard of 1000MHz and the known working max @ 1080 was a 939 generation factor even though some high end MBs could run higher and stable. The AM2 factor seems to allow even higher HT speeds that are stable. THis is no different then the progression from 754 to 939... thus is the cycle in products and development!
Higher HT speeds for better stability, what ever works
    
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Quote:
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The relative standard of 1000MHz and the known working max @ 1080 was a 939 generation factor even though some high end MBs could run higher and stable. The AM2 factor seems to allow even higher HT speeds that are stable. THis is no different then the progression from 754 to 939... thus is the cycle in products and development!
Higher HT speeds for better stability, what ever works
Key operating words there.
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post #17 of 36
My HT link is at 1250. But my motherboard wont let me lower the HT multiplier.. is my HT much too high? I've been running it like this for a while now. And is it normal that i cant lower the multiplier?
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My HT link is at 1250. But my motherboard wont let me lower the HT multiplier.. is my HT much too high? I've been running it like this for a while now. And is it normal that i cant lower the multiplier?
Having not seen the BIOS it's impossible to say there is or is not a means to adjust the HT. If it's an "Auto" only set up it will likely drop down as necessary. If it's stable there is not need to be concerned
    
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Having not seen the BIOS it's impossible to say there is or is not a means to adjust the HT. If it's an "Auto" only set up it will likely drop down as necessary. If it's stable there is not need to be concerned
Well I cant find anything to do with HT multiplier. The closest is HT spread spectrum.. but it is stable, orthos 4/5 hour stable. Never really had any problems..
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post #20 of 36
cool!!!but can you please tell me what does HT actualy does???
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