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post #11 of 14
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More liek great chip to get to 3.2ghz without increasing vcore.
63x0 and 64x0 series processors seem to bang out uber speeds.

i've got a 1GHz overclock on my 6300 at 1.25v (default 1.32) and had mine at 3GHz at 1.28v but i got rid of that to keep temps nice and safe and so i'm not exploding my northbridge (passive cooled you see)

its insane.
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post #12 of 14
I can barely get to 3.0ghz with my 6420 at 1.35 vCore. but then it might be some other thign on my motherboard that's holding me back. But I can get 3.3Ghz with 1.45vCore =/ And it takes another .05 to get to 3.4Ghz.
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Ok so the internet in New Zealand sucks and i have used up all my data cap and cant upload any images But i increased the vcore to 1.4 and then the fsb to 410 which was stable for 2 hours (all the time i had available) will go for longer when i can
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ok. update
410 fsb was stable for 5 1/2 hours, 1.4vcore ... So I increased fsb to 420 and it crashes at somewhere it between 15 and 20 mins what has happened? am trying 415 fsb now
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