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Is that the voltage from CPU-Z or your BIOS? You should be able to achieve much higher OC's if that was the voltage you set in the BIOS. As for testing, try OCCT or Orthos. Let us know how it goes...

I took the voltage from cpu-z and from bios it's likely the same. Don't know why but i can only reach that :/ now i'm trying to decrease the multiplier maybe i will reach something higher. I would like to reach atlest 3.3-3.4 as it will be a good clock


EDIT: is there a reason why my cpu is using that high voltage?
Edited by h3llkill3r - 12/21/08 at 3:59am
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Stock voltage of what? NB? I believe stock voltage for the earlier version of the 6000+ is 1.35v, but as for your NB - that should depend on your motherboard...
that's exactly what I was asking I'm trying to find out how much juice I can throw at it without blowing it up.

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BIOS. This is the actual vcore of your CPU - don't trust any software - you set the value you are seeing in the BIOS yourself...
So does that mean even though I set my cpu vcore to 1.45 and I show almost 1.6 I'm really at 1.45?
    
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Yes, if it shows 1.6v in CPU-z but you've set 1.45v in BIOS then you really are at 1.45v...

Also, with my GB M52 by pressing CTRL-F1 to get to the advanced options and going to NB voltage, I think it's just a (+0.2v) etc and the higher voltage bumps are in red, signifying danger...

I cbf checking right now but I'll pm you later...Just got home from a long arse shift at Maccas...

EDIT: When I was trying for suicide runs to reach 3.53GHz (see sig) I found bumping NB voltage actually does help, and if you're trying to see the highest voltage you can boot into may I suggest dropping the frequency of your RAM to the lowest possible, allows higher CPU clocks. But if you're trying for best performance don't do that - it really messes up your SuperPi times (speaking from experience here )

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now i'm trying to decrease the multiplier maybe i will reach something higher. I would like to reach atlest 3.3-3.4 as it will be a good clock
is there a reason why my cpu is using that high voltage?
Try following WBas's AMD CPU/RAM Overclocking "Mini-Guide", it should point you in the right direction as far as overclocking this CPU goes, especially concerning your ideal multiplier...
I've got no idea why your CPU is using such a high voltage, try restoring to safe settings in your BIOS and overclock again following the aforementioned guide. Good luck
Edited by Powelly - 12/21/08 at 8:20pm
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see below for my new rig. Amazing how fast it is and I got everything for 300bucks @ newegg.
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Good work, I like the GPU! Looks like your fairly new to OCN, welcome! Also, try fill out your sig rig with a bit more detail if you can, i.e. motherboard model, xp version (home, pro), PSU, Case, Monitor - it's all there

Also, I see you've already overclocked the CPU, do you mind filling in this so the rest of us can see?

1) Reference clock
2) Multiplier
3) CPU clock (yes it would be nice so people can just look and not have to do the math)
4) vcore
5) HTT multiplier
6) Stability test & time run
7) Temp while running test & program used
8) CPU cooler & any modifications done to it (if any)

Cheers, and welcome to the club! ~Powelly
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Good work, I like the GPU! Looks like your fairly new to OCN, welcome! Also, try fill out your sig rig with a bit more detail if you can, i.e. motherboard model, xp version (home, pro), PSU, Case, Monitor - it's all there

Also, I see you've already overclocked the CPU, do you mind filling in this so the rest of us can see?

1) Reference clock
2) Multiplier
3) CPU clock (yes it would be nice so people can just look and not have to do the math)
4) vcore
5) HTT multiplier
6) Stability test & time run
7) Temp while running test & program used
8) CPU cooler & any modifications done to it (if any)

Cheers, and welcome to the club! ~Powelly
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Any suggestions on my overclock? I think I'm pretty close to max. I failed at prime the first time at 3.3ghz, but then I disabled spread spectrum and went up .25v and its stable now.
Hope this helps.. any suggestions?
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I'll get in on it .

1) 213 MHz
2) 15.5x
3) 3303 MHz
4) Not entirely sure. I can't set the vCore on this board, CPU-Z reports 1.40v but idk.
5) HTT 5x
6) Not yet stability tested but everything has been working fine including games, no crashes. Runs through Pi as well.
7) Haven't bothered to look / test.
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As you can see by the multi, mine is a Brisbane. My board won't let me push it any further, it just whines about how it thinks it's not stable. Stupid board -_-.
    
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Smart board This is probably because you haven't changed the voltage of your CPU, seeing as you don't know. Look for something in the overclocking section of your BIOS (M.I.T {Motherboard Intelligent Tweaker} on Gigabyte boards) along the lines of "CPU Voltage", stock for mine is 1.35v. By raising the voltage you can get higher overclocks
Like I told Vortex, follow WBas's guide...
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Guys wich One is better for OC?

the windsor 2MB cache one..

or he brisbane 1mb one?

or was is 1mb and 512kb? o.O


anywayz need a reply
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Guys wich One is better for OC?

the windsor 2MB cache one..

or he brisbane 1mb one?

or was is 1mb and 512kb? o.O


anywayz need a reply
After analyzing various sources, I have come to the conclusion that the Windsor is better for overclocking but has higher temperatures as it is 90nm vs the 65nm Brisbane. May I suggest you buy a decent CPU Cooler if you plan on overclocking the 6000+
Again, the Windsor is better for overclocking than the Brisbane.
check here and here.

Btw, the Windsor is 90nm 2x1MB Cache and the Brisbane is 65nm 2x512MB Cache. I believe the Brisbane comes with a default clock of 3.1GHz too. Hope I've helped you
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