Originally Posted by Six-eyes-Sid
Yes i have sub timings set to cas 3 4 4 8 14 16 2T
simply can't get 1T unless at rated speed.
forget HTT it was a comment thats distacting from the issue i understand HTT isn't relevant i do set too 900 ATM whilst working out my optimal speed.
If i ramp it up later and it's stable it can't be doing any harm.
let me see what i can get with HTT at 3x oh yeah same as before. lolz
These 939's are rated at 1.3v-1.35v if said cpu was a good cpu like the FX 60's are and produce more heat because of the better manufacturing would i be better off on a lower voltage like 1.3 or 1.25 as it'll give me more OC room due to heat produced when OCing at higher voltages and faster FSB's.
lower the volts less heat more OC?
i was taliking Underclocking from stock 1.35v i'm running 285x10 (2850mhz)@ 1.325v now super stable.
i'm thinking of testing by dropping VCore and seeing the results. I was asking first as if i drop too much i may require a bios reset with a pump and sli cards etc etc in the way of the reset jumper taking me 15 mins to carefully remove and replace them i try to get as much info first to reduce this pain in my side.
Six-eyes-Sid, just so we are on the right page...HTT is the reference clock speed. HT is the hypertransport speed. Perhaps we are both confusing each other
In terms of the Toledo core, the FX-60 is identical(Toledo is a Denmark ie. Opteron 1xx dual core). The only difference is the unlocked multiplier and the stepping. The TDP is the same exact thing. So technically speaking there really isn't any "better manufacturing" occurring. A single core San Diego is basically a single core Venus. The Opteron processors are probably just binned differently at the fab.
If you feel you can gain some stability with undervolting your Vcore then go for it. So far you have a pretty nice OC!