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i needed like 1.33 to get to 2.8 i believe, something around there
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Q644A - Not sure what week that turns out to be.

EDIT: By mcogan's sig, I'm guessing mine is wk 44A?
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yep, you have a 44a. looks like a good week, someone on the site has it @ 3.15 ghz @ 1.34vcore. 41a is also a good wk (yay for me!)
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lets close this thread until he installs windows
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lets close this thread until he installs windows
lolz
post #26 of 44
change my 24/7 oc to "4.3 ghz bios@ 1.5 volts
post #27 of 44
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Alright, booted into windows fine @ 3.276ghz and 1.35v. Seems stable so far... So yeah Cravin, not quite the 3.42 I had before, but very close. And the same voltage. Actually, it looks like my PS might be undervolting it a bit according to CPU-Z. Screenshot:
post #28 of 44
That's not your power supply, it's the mobo's vdroop so it's pretty normal.

Nice OC dude!
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Alright, booted into windows fine @ 3.276ghz and 1.35v. Seems stable so far... So yeah Cravin, not quite the 3.42 I had before, but very close. And the same voltage. Actually, it looks like my PS might be undervolting it a bit according to CPU-Z. [/IMG]
That is a respectable OC on the 4300 (especially with stock cooling)

So keep up the good work
post #30 of 44
Nice oc.. And SUPER vcore man.. Feels good to oc that high without the worry of an excessive vcore.. Good for you.. and cpuz doesn't always show the correct vcore, even with the vdroop..

Oh and Cravin: I hit 400fsbx8 @ 1.28vcore TAT stable, 400fsbx9 @ 1.35vcore, boot stable and game stable, but not TAT stable longer than 15 minutes.. Those cpu's all have a sweet spot.. I found mine..
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