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post #21 of 32
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Yeah my bad, EVGA* x494656

Anyways check the overclock ;]
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Usually nVidia is on Northbridges as I see it. There are only some that are on South bridges. We can also help you depict what your board is as long as you rprovide us with information on how it looks like. Actually I think Gigabyte has this types of board too? But I don't think it's an ASUS board and I think it is, if I am not mistakened the bios is american phoenix or something like that? Or have I jstu got mixed up?
post #23 of 32
Oh so it's EVGA. XD

What's your voltage? It does not say. Have you tried using 2xOrthose or 2xPrime yet? Check if it's stabled, maybe 10+ hours?
post #24 of 32
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1.416VCore - a little high, but I like overhead room. Currently at 3.30Ghz running firm.
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^ That was quick. Are your temperatures good for that voltage? Well going high is nothing unless it is stable. Seems good since you went pretty far up.
post #26 of 32
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Temps are good for speed, barley broke 50C - 100% Load.
And I've been warned about breaking 50C but, 55C is not broken.

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post #27 of 32
That looks good, kind of envious. Going to leave it on to test stability?
post #28 of 32
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I know it'll run perfectly fine at this speed, going to test 3.6Ghz next. It's ran those numbers but only for short time period. Hopefully it'll be stable enough to withstand 3.6Ghz as its new idle. 56C Is nothing for another 300mhz ;P

Plus I have a heatsink designed for overclocking the hell out of stuff.
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Wouldn't break 3.5Ghz
Underclocked from 3.3Ghz Unlinked
to 2.7Ghz Linked 3to2 ram 800Mhz
hoping to get better performance out of it.

Anyone know the difference or performance difference between linked, and unlinked? - Is it worth it?
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Wouldn't break 3.5Ghz
Underclocked from 3.3Ghz Unlinked
to 2.7Ghz Linked 3to2 ram 800Mhz
hoping to get better performance out of it.

Anyone know the difference or performance difference between linked, and unlinked? - Is it worth it?
I believe linked would run your ram on a divider based on FSB.. Unlinked would be manual? I am not exactly sure but to break 3.5 needs more volts or better ram
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