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Hey just got another 3600 and I'm at 2.5 on stock volts with my zalman keepin her cool. Totally stable.

What is everyone else able to get on stock voltage?

My first one only did like 2.25
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Brisbane + TForce 550 = Magic

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I'm at 2.6 on stock volts right now, so I would keep pushing little by little.
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I'm gonna try to throw it to 2.6 right now. Be back in a flash
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SWEET! 2.6 came easy. Not a hiccup. My Zalman keeps it at 25 Idle and just under 40 at load.

My ambient temp is 75 farenheit
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sweet, mine locks up after 280 fsb, so be careful of that, but you may not have that problem, so you mey be able to get it higher
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Well I ran orthos for 15 min while cruusin around the net and it was good so I jumped to 2.7. Still stock volts and runnin good.

Orthos is going as we speak to the three minute mark. I'll give another 15 min. Then go for 2.75

EDIT: so as not to double post. After 15 min orthos, i still have wiggle room. Now I jump by 50 mhz instead of 100. I'm at 2.75 and everything still looks good at stock. WOOT


ANOTHER EDIT: 2.8 on stock voltage. I am absolutely AMAZED! I think I can go more....
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Well I ran orthos for 15 min while cruusin around the net and it was good so I jumped to 2.7. Still stock volts and runnin good.

Orthos is going as we speak to the three minute mark. I'll give another 15 min. Then go for 2.75

EDIT: so as not to double post. After 15 min orthos, i still have wiggle room. Now I jump by 50 mhz instead of 100. I'm at 2.75 and everything still looks good at stock. WOOT


ANOTHER EDIT: 2.8 on stock voltage. I am absolutely AMAZED! I think I can go more....
That is quite frankly...amazing
my 3800 ran 2.7 on stock volts, 2.8 on stock volts is unreal. however be wqarned, running higher on stock volts may mean to get higher it will need more increases sooner.
like to get 2.7 i could run stock, to get 2.75 i hat to go to 1.475 to get to 2.9 i hat to use 1.5 and to hit 3 i hat to use 1.525 but byt hat time temperatures were manic.
    
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post #9 of 27
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Yeah 2.8 did'nt fair so well on stock volt and I have to give it 1.475 to get 2.9! Anyway, shooting for three with temps below 55 might not happen now
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Got 2.9 stable with 1.45 volts. Not too shabby. After I lap this puppy I might be able to get three with O.K. temps.
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