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TestE, that is HILARIOUS! I want one of those S939 Phenom IIs!
    
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post #11442 of 28706
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teste, that is Hilarious! I want one of those s939 phenom iis!

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Don't worry about a bottleneck. You have the single fastest S939 proc to ever grace this earth.


Hell, for the price of that 9600GT, you could have AMD stamp out a Deneb on S939. Lulz 7200 dollars. Atleast...for one single sale of 7200, I'm sure they'd stamp a custom chip.
Thats one hell of an upgrade for the 9600gt eh? lol

And wouldnt that be badass, s939 PhenomII....hmmm.... makes me wonder you think our boards could support DDR2?
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Thats one hell of an upgrade for the 9600gt eh? lol

And wouldnt that be badass, s939 PhenomII....hmmm.... makes me wonder you think our boards could support DDR2?

Interesting thought...Maybe if enough people clamor for it, AMD would port us some dual core Denebs with DDR1 controllers and one pin lopped off?
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why you have your HT @ 1250? technically your system shouldn't even boot. 1080 is usually max and even then sometimes it ends up crashing.

you really don't even need the HT @ 1000, i'd suggest lowering it before you go further. HT is like a 6 lane highway, if you have 6 cars traveling on that highway and you add another two lanes, you're not going to increase your flow of traffic.

as far as overclocking past 3 GHz, good luck. there's some good FX series that will overclock to about 3.3 GHz on suicide runs (that little bugger that beat me for instance in the contest ) but my old fx-55 would do about 3 GHz @ 1.6v and that was it. couldn't even get another couple hertz out of it....

tinker with your ram timings. if you're trying to find the max overclock on your proc, lower everything down and just worry about the processor first. then find your other stuff and make everything work in harmony!
I actually have the HTT at 3x whilst playing with the fsb and stepping etc i just ramp it up later and founbd even at about 1250 she never crashed the due to the HTT speed..strange i know i put that down to the hardware combo being a good match, or intellegent design theory.

i'm trying to find my best FSB speed then seeing how high i can get the multi. this will give me more performance that a cpu at 200x15 is all.

Hence the problem the cpu doesn't want to overclock when raising the volts so should i try undervolting?

Had anyone come accross a CPU that behaved like my one and found a solution?'

as for that phenom 939 OC hmm somethings not right there i'm sure they don't make a 939 phenom 2

opps caps sorry
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What do I win? And god I wish it was real...
I'll give you a E for Effort.
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i'm trying to find my best FSB speed then seeing how high i can get the multi. this will give me more performance that a cpu at 200x15 is all.

Hence the problem the cpu doesn't want to overclock when raising the volts so should i try undervolting?
Six-eyes-Sid, are you sure a higher HTT speed then 200Mhz will give you more performance? Have you ran some benchmarks to see if there is any performance differences? Honestly I would worry more about the cpu speed then the HTT. There is absolutely nothing wrong with 200HTT * 15x.

In regards to the undervolting question, are you referring to undervolting from the stock voltage or undervolting from your current voltage? I always try to see how high I can get on stock voltage before I go any further.

Have you tried adjusting your sub-timings to see if that helps?

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Six-eyes-Sid, are you sure a higher HTT speed then 200Mhz will give you more performance? Have you ran some benchmarks to see if there is any performance differences? Honestly I would worry more about the cpu speed then the HTT. There is absolutely nothing wrong with 200HTT * 15x.

In regards to the undervolting question, are you referring to undervolting from the stock voltage or undervolting from your current voltage? I always try to see how high I can get on stock voltage before I go any further.

Have you tried adjusting your sub-timings to see if that helps?

Good luck
does asus boards have sub timings? i thought DFI was the only one that went in depth with that.
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does asus boards have sub timings? i thought DFI was the only one that went in depth with that.
Well, here is an old pic of my bios ram settings
Attachment 94064
I believe that most of the settings I had as auto on the picture are what you call sub timings

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does asus boards have sub timings? i thought DFI was the only one that went in depth with that.
Mudd, they actually do. I had an Asus A8N-SLI board. The timings are located in Advanced -> CPU Configuration -> DRAM Configuration.

Hope that helps
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