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Shifty is that orthos stable at 3216? That proc just keeps climbing
I'm still working on it, but I doubt i will get it stable at that speed! Just getting it to boot at that speed requires almost 1.7v

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Hmmm. Shifty got more than 9.5x333 on that beast. Might be time to set the HT divisor at 3x333 and drop in the PC5300 at 1:1. He might get 8.5x333 for openers. I am learning this o/c stuff, so feel free to comment or spank me for dat.
hehe...atm I'm trying to get as high as possible but I'll surely try that
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post #102 of 124
I'm sure you can manage bumpin that up...
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I knew these chips were gonna be sweet...

Almost bought one last week but I chickened out since I didn't know if my mobo would play nice with it.
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Shifty, have you tried coretemp or everest to see if it reads the core temperatures correctly? Just wondering if these are any different.
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Shifty, have you tried coretemp or everest to see if it reads the core temperatures correctly? Just wondering if these are any different.
Well...if the cpu loads at 52 degrees it picks up the cores at 28 and 19 degrees...So yeah...still have the same situation as with the other brisbanes
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Good ? dubz, lets make that issue RIP. I hope its 'corrected'.
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ok...so I found a OC I want to run it 24/7



Hope this will help for people deciding on a cpu...Shifty recommends it
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Nice overclocking there . This is very helpful for my decision of my possible next upgrade.

P.S. There is a new CPU-Z out that recognizes the new BE series.
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Shifty, have you tried using higher HT speeds? The AM2 high end MBs like yours seem to like the 12-1300 range. I've even seen them higher, go figure!
    
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Duke, HT speeds above 1300? Wow thats up there dude.

Nice OC shifty, I guess it's stable at 2996 and NOT 3000 lolz wink wink
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