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http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=219162

Alas, 3ghz. I'm hoping soon to get close to 3.1ghz when my Mushkin Redlines arrive. Value RAM FTL
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What vcore? And how long orthos stable? Nice oc by the way.
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1.45. It's not a stable OC, haults after an hour's run.

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Nice job skeeter. Hopefully when i buy my opty 165 i can get it as high as that
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Have you tried any PCIe bumps?
    
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No I haven't..not sure what to do in that respect. Never messed with PCIe before
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Some get higher OCs with a PCIe set to 108-112... higher than that is not recommended.
    
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Thank you for that bit, I'll give that a shot right now
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I've read that some chips (3600-3800's) actually like lower vcore to hit higher clocks. Is there any evidence of that being true for higher cpu's such as mine?
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Each CPU has its best voltage level.
Thats why its best to up the vcore slowly and just up it and expect higher OCs when the difficulties could be elsewhere.
    
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