Blitz, I would really like to know this as well. Good question +1.
Originally Posted by takealready
Looks like I finally got my computer stable at 2.5ghz and 2.6 but it's reporting 2.4GHZ
I also have the cool n quiet off in the bios and the cpu throttling off in my BIOS.
Oh well so I guess on the roster list u can put 2.5-2.6 GHZ stable. But reports 2.4 ghz.
Takealready, after making changes in your BIOS are you hitting the F10 key (Save)? Sorry for the dumb question. Also make sure "CPU Spread Spectrum Clock", "SATA Spread Spectrum" and "PCIE Spread Spectrum" are disabled. This is under Miscellaneous Control
in the BIOS. Have you tried adding any SB and NB voltage?
On a another note, I'm set on a new OC for my 3700+. My goal was to keep the vcore at stock (1.35) and see how far I could get. I settled for 2805Mhz (255*11x). At 260HTT it's completely unstable. So far I've done OCCT on High for 1 hour and Orthos on priority 9 blend for 8 hours. Adjusted my timings from 200Mhz 2.5-3-3-6 2T to 200Mhz 2.5-3-3-5 2T. Running a 14 divider (2805/14). The following below is what I also modified. This is the SPD values for my memory:
Trc = 7
Trfc = 13
Trrd = 2
Twr = 2
Twtr = 2
Max Async Latency = 6ns
Read Preamble Time = 4.5ns
Is anyone familiar with the timing, "Trwt"? I couldn't find any reference on the internet pretaining to that. It's in my BIOS and currently set to 4. Same goes for Tref which is set to 200Mhz. I did a before and after benchmark using the Everest memory tool and there was practically no difference. Perhaps if I increased my frequency there would have been but timings wise nothing really showed