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Thanks for the info I will try it tonight if I have time, but I leave for vacation tomorrow!! Hello Cancun goodbye Ohio!!
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Hey guys! I've had a chance to mess around with my processor more, and my old motherboard would only allow me to get to 3.25 GHz stable. I'm now at 3.35 GHz stable, and I can hit 3.4, the only problem being heat. My current Asus Arctic Square is fine for stock and OCing, but I've bitten the bullet and ordered a new heatsink. Since I'm planning on upgrading to a Phenom II in April anyway, I might as well see how far I can take this chip with a TRUE 120 extreme /w 2 fans in a push-pull setup

This is what I'm at with the Arctic Square:

1) 223.3
2) x15
3) 3.350 GHz
4) 1.5V
5) HTT 5x
6) Ran Orthos for 2 hours with no issues, good enough for now.
7) Idle is 37-40, max temp under 100% load was 61 C.
8) Asus Arctic Square

CPU-Z Validator: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=497502

My mobo is a little strange in that I can only change the bus speed by 2 mhz at a time instead of one, and it'll change to fractions of mhz as you see. Oh well, it's stable.

I know my temperatures are high, but the TRUE should get here on Tuesday or Wednesday and the chip can take it. I'll update later once I get everything installed, I'm expecting a nice dip from the start as the TRUE will come lapped
Edited by JadedFloridian - 2/2/09 at 12:48am
    
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Everything is stock because for some reason, probably my mobo but when I overclock I don't gain a performance increase.
Edited by CrazyEye - 2/2/09 at 1:18am
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@CrazyEye - everything is stock because you haven't overclocked via the BIOS. I assume that if you are overclocking you're using a program that does it whilst you are using XP, and does not save your overclock in the BIOS. PM me if you need any help with overclocking through the BIOS (that menu you can get to by hitting DEL or F1 when you boot)

@JadedFloridian - Nice overclock! Good work on getting it stable, try running an Orthos test for 4 hours before declaring it stable though. I'd be keeping an eye on those temperatures, plus that voltage is a tad high for running your machine 24/7, but I guess that because you're going to be upgrading CPUs soon it doesn't really matter....
Keep up the good work! Whats the ambient temperature btw (if you have any idea)? And how are you getting the TRUE delivered already lapped? :O
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My ambient temperature is around 73 F (23 C). As I should have the TRUE coming on Tuesday or Wednesday I think 2 hours stable in Orthos is enough, I just got done with a ~6 hour gaming session with no hiccups, and that's what I use this computer for

As per how I'm getting the TRUE delivered lapped, I ordered from crazypc.com. When you choose your CPU heatsink, there are multiple options that you can select along with it (extra fan, extra clips, lapping). The lapping that they describe starts with 220 grit up to 1000 grit. It won't give the TRUE a mirror finish, but I'm rather apprehensive about lapping it myself so this is a good option for me. If you guys want I can post some pics of the TRUE when I get it (after strapping the 2 fans to it for push-pull), I'm excited as it should lower my temperatures quite a bit, allowing more headroom for OCing. I will also be stress testing the cores for much longer to ensure stability, so no worries there Powelly.
    
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this club needs more 6000+ brisbane @ over 3.5 GHz

would like to see some of those...
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Well thought i would post an update, as some might know i replaced my X2 6000+ with a phenom 2 940 (which i bought on release day for $489 AUD :S) i thought id give a bit of insight of the potential of this chip. atm its running at only 3.42ghz on stock voltage of 1.35v (was higher but it crashed but the bios didn't recognize the chip, ive updated so i might try again for a higher stock clock). if you raise the voltage to 1.4-1.5 it makes it to 4ghz on air easily (well 3.97 ). but i need it stable for bluray rips and its hot in Australia atm so stock volts with C&C it is

also i know this post is unrelated to x26000+ so don't hate me if you can find a phenom cheap its got my vote for a big increase over the 6000+

a few pics for the hell of it

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AMD 6000 (65nm) 89watts Brisbane. Got mine stable at 3.41gig idle temps are 20 and 15 for both cores using the stock heat sink with the UK retail package. htx4 running at 880.1 mhz and ram voltage at 1.85 which seems to be the only thing allowing me to over clock on my M2NE-sli board.

sorry people but how do i upload an image here to show my desktop with cpuz running?
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Nice overclock Leezaal! What multipliers are you using for your overclock? What voltage are you using to get this OC? You say you've gotten it stable, what programs have you used to determine stability, and for how long? The first post on the first page has the basics for making a complete OC post, without all the numbers we're unable to evaluate your work.

Also, I see this is your first post. Welcome to Overclock.net, enjoy your stay! If you'd like to fill out your system specs for future posting, click on "User CP" on the top of the page, and then "Edit system". You can fill in everything you know from there.
    
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JadedFloridian thanks for the heads up on filling out my specs, filled out what i can so far. i have a photo of my desktop including cpuz running showing cpu info.
Only stress test i have done so far is running realflight G4 for an hour at 200-240fps on photofields with 3D heli's.
Just posted desktop with cpuz running in the gallery section.
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