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post #71 of 124
EPIC FAIL for me! 60c on startup temps, and i wouldn't even go to the windows screen!

seems like AMD got another 200mhz out of their CPU's, so that makes me wish that i had waited for this lol
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post #72 of 124
Quote:
Originally Posted by shifty22123 View Post
my next goal is to get it stable at 3.2ghz! hehe
stability is key.
make sure your HTT doesn't exceed 1200,
Your Ram is running stable. (Loosen timings if needed)
Keep an eye on your temps (they look good. stock cooling?)
add more voltage for stability.
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post #73 of 124
Nice OC man, very nice

Good luck
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post #74 of 124
Thats a nice chip you got there.
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post #75 of 124
I have the sudden urge to get one of those.
    
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post #76 of 124
Quote:
Originally Posted by shifty22123 View Post
@ 3.1ghz it was just over 1.6v

I got it to go into windows at 3197mhz...trying to get over 3200mhz
HT is the key!

keep in mind that just because one method is said to be the right way, some times its not. last week i re-OCed my 3600+ with some amazing results! with ambient temps at 73f (23C i think) i got my 3600+ up to 3.0GHz with 1.4v with room to spare. my load temps are 41c im not going to get into all the numbers I had for what but i will say that HT was the KEY! everyone said "dont go over 1000Mhz you will break it blah blah blah" I decided to go against the grain to where I am now 1264Mhz. with a 1Ghz HT i was having to use 1.6V to git 3.0Ghz Se what works with that chip...
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post #77 of 124
Yeah, sometimes breaking that don't go over such and such is a good idea. mine actually can boot higher with a fsb of well into 900mhz (stock is 800) and i see a lot of people pushing quite a bit higher than 1k with the newer chips
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post #78 of 124
Boy I must say, this thread was exciting to read haha...good stuff shifty
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post #79 of 124
yeah. But, how stable is it at 3.2?
I'm still mad. that thing runs 8c cooler at idle than mine does, AND he's using the same voltage haha. What heatsink does it have??
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post #80 of 124
Thats a nice OC! Very nice!
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