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1) Reference clock: 3.1Ghz
2) Multiplier: x 15.0
3) CPU clock (yes it would be nice so people can just look and not have to do the math): 4.1Ghz
4) Vcore: 1.5
5) HTT multiplier: 1.3Ghz
6) Stability test & time run: 15mins after overclocking to see if its stable
7) Temp while running test & program used: 50ºC I used Prime 95 for 1hour to see if it was stable and to see the temps and CPU sutff i used SpeedFan and CPU-Z
8) CPU cooler & any modifications done to it (if any): ASUS Silent Square


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"EDIT1"- i had to fit the CPU cooler with alot of Zipties around the CPU socket to make it fit and rawl plugs to make the socket tight enough so the CPU isnt loose. The Thermal paste is the Cooler Master High Performance.

MotherBoard info:
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CPU Cooler
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"EDIT2"- Motherboard info and CPU cooler images posted.
Edited by Atomic330 - 6/14/12 at 12:59pm
post #1572 of 1595
I hope it's not too late for a necro... 6 months is quite a long time.
Found this in a pile of old parts.
Built a "gaming" rig with it and OCed the little 6000+ a bit.

http://valid.canardpc.com/2656689

1) Reference clock 256MHz
2) Multiplier x13
3) CPU clock 3319MHz
4) vcore 1.475v
5) HTT multiplier x4 (800)
6) Stability test & time run Wprime 1024M + Prime95-64 4hours + SuperPi 1M
7) Temp while running test & program used Max temp in HWMon 57c. Idle 34c
8) CPU cooler & any modifications done to it (if any) Stock Phenom II heat-pipe cooler, stock fan.

This one is JH-F3 stepping.
Mobo is a Crosshair II Formula
4Gb RAM (And I just realized I had 667 and 800 mixed in the pair...)
Twin GTX280 SLi

Aaaannd a cheap ass case:

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Nice haha. Glad to see there are still a few 6000+ out there tongue.gif
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1) 214.14Mhz
2) 15x
3) 3212Mhz
4) 1.350
5) 5x
6) Stability test? I live on the edge!
7) Well I havent used any official test but the highest I have seen it go is 59C, quite a spike though.
8) Cooler... well this is embarassing... A stock Dell cooler for a Dimension E521

Also should point out I have the Windsor chip, but then again this was a $250 rebuild project and it works quite well. I have had 1 crash while it was left unattended, I don't know why the bios alerted me of a "thermal incident" while I was rebooting. I was doing simple web browsing and was monitoring the temps. Also the mother board is by dell so it does not have a way to check its own temp. But I have the fastest Dell Dimension E521 on earth.
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I'm honored that your first post was here in this awesome thread! Welcome to OCN! biggrin.gif

For a $250 rig, I wouldn't expect any special cooling. It sounds like your system is a little unstable though, so make sure you run some tests. Watch your temps during the testing as it may spike pretty high. I'd cancel the test if it got any higher than 60C. These chips really don't like to OC. It's fun to try, but with your cooling you may not be able to OC it much and keep it at a reasonable temperature. I doubt the 200Mhz will make much difference in real world performance. Good luck and once again, welcome to OCN!
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I am still very confused on that issue though, there is no way that it should have overheated to that point. I monitor my temps constantly and after a couple hours of Just Cause 2 the highest recorded temp was 59C spike and hovering at 54C the rest of the time. The machine crashed while idling, not even a 2% load... I think it may be an issue with the Dell mobo.

I will be testing it soon but currently I am modifying the case so it's a bit less "2006 I know nothing about computers" Dell. Cooling has now become a priority as I spotted a GPU cooling issue, the CPU fan pulls air from the front of the case over the heat sink and into the back of the case. There it is sucked up and down by the PSU and GPU. Also temps did not change before and after the over clock. I'll take some pics when I get a chance.




(Only the mobo and CPU are in ATM)

Edit: less lazy than I thought, added images.
Edited by DrBiased - 3/5/13 at 3:58pm
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Guess I'll post here. Just had a friend give me his old desktop. Has this wonderful 6000+ with the stock heat sync and fan. Has 2 one gb ram sticks and 2 512mb sticks. Integrated 4200hd graphics.

Looking at maybe adding in a cheap radeon 6670 card and see if it will crossfire.

In process of tearing down the case and cleaning it. Will post pics later I suppose.

Has an Asus m4a785-m mobo.
post #1578 of 1595
I feel I should point out, for about the same cost as a new 6670, aren't you better off just getting a used GTX 460 1GB
which would be twice as fast? That would be a lot cheaper than two 6670s, faster than 6670 CF, use less power and
only use one slot.

And btw, at the performance level of a GTX 460, there's little point adding a 2nd card for SLI/CF anyway when the
CPU is only a 6000+; such a chip just isn't quick enough to feed the data required for that level of GPU speed. I've
benchmarked these scenarios to death. See my SGI site for full details ( Google "ian SGI pc benchmarks", look in the
section called, "PC Benchmarks, Advice and Information").

Ian.

PS. If you prefer AMD gfx, a 5850 is typically similar or slower than a GTX 460, while a 5870 is a decent bit quicker;
various vendor models & clocks mean there's lots of overlap (my 850MHz EVGA GTX 460 FTWs blow my Sapphire
5850 Extremes away completely, but the 5850s are better than 'basic' 700MHz 460s).
    
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Gigabyte 6670 1gb

thats the graphics card i was looking at

if anything i may try and jump to a 7770, i'm selling some things to continue working on this a little bit. i dont plan on doing A LOT with it but just to tinker with until i decide to really build a desktop for gaming (fx-8350 w/radeon 7950 setup planned so far)

here are some pics of it mostly disassembled.



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Just had a friend give me his old desktop...Has an Asus m4a785-m mobo.

Thats a decent MoBo, I had the M4A785 TD-M and regret selling it. I was able to push an Athlon II X2 to 4GHz stable on it.
    
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