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Just got a Socket 939 3700+ Sandy given to me, so far up to 3014mhz 1.5v. Hopefully can get it to 3.1ghz if i'm lucky.


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=826538
Name Change, great job dude

I added this OC next to your other one on the roster. Keep it up!
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Name Change, great job dude

I added this OC next to your other one on the roster. Keep it up!

Thx mate. Runs perfectly stable so far at 3.0ghz.
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Hey, i was told this would be the place to get help overclocking my AMD 64 3500+ Venice. The low down is that i need to get the best stable performance with stock heatsink and cooling. I would really appreciate some expert opinions, im fairly new to oc'in

ps. Didnt mean to call you lazy, sorry
Edited by vishavs - 11/14/09 at 9:11pm
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vishavs, Have you looked up or read up on any overclocking guides. OCN has several really good guides. Your Retail HSF is not going to be very good for overclocking but the most important thing you need to consider is temperatures for your cpu/ram/NB & SB chipsets along w/the VRM's or Mosfets on the mobo. Chassis cooling or airflow could play a big role in how well your cpu and overall system temps remain under safe levels while overclocking. I would read up on some overclocking guides and then ask questions you may have if you don't understand what the guides are teaching you.

Or you could ask more specific questions as to how to do one thing in paticular. Don't be lazy and read up on some overclocking guides.
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Hey, i was told this would be the place to get help overclocking my AMD 64 3500+ Venice. if you are NOT to lazy TO HELP

Edited by N2Gaming - 11/14/09 at 8:32pm
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Vishav, you're not going to get any sort of decent overclock with the stock heatsink. Because as much voltage as those things need to OC you'd be lucky if you could maintain maybe a 200MHz OC depending on your ambient temps. Granted no 2 CPU are alike but my 3500+ took a lot of voltage to OC. As a matter of fact I've run 1.90v through it.
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Can't get the 4400 to be stable! NEEDS MOAR COOLINGZ!! Some thermal compound at the least. Grr, no job, and I'm broke. Oh well, can't complain since it was free. Why are 939 boards the same price as am2 boards?!?!?

Does anyone know where I can get a i/o shield for a bfg tech/chaintech nforce4 ultra? I'm also looking for the sli version of this mobo.
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Can't get the 4400 to be stable! NEEDS MOAR COOLINGZ!! Some thermal compound at the least. Grr, no job, and I'm broke. Oh well, can't complain since it was free. Why are 939 boards the same price as am2 boards?!?!?

Does anyone know where I can get a i/o shield for a bfg tech/chaintech nforce4 ultra? I'm also looking for the sli version of this mobo.
Yeah when ocing cooling is a MUST. With my Opty 165 and 180 I tried using the stock Opty heat sink (has heatpipes). I even put on a 90CFM fan, while the fan definitely helped all of the temps (including motherboard and the MOSFETs), but I was still not able to get any sort of decent overclock out of it. Not to mention the noise that little fan made was out of control I believe it's in the 60dB range.

Look on eBay for an I/O shield or contact the manufacturer.

I wonder if your board is SLI modable.
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Yeah when ocing cooling is a MUST. With my Opty 165 and 180 I tried using the stock Opty heat sink (has heatpipes). I even put on a 90CFM fan, while the fan definitely helped all of the temps (including motherboard and the MOSFETs), but I was still not able to get any sort of decent overclock out of it. Not to mention the noise that little fan made was out of control I believe it's in the 60dB range.

Look on eBay for an I/O shield or contact the manufacturer.

I wonder if your board is SLI modable.
If it has 2x PCIe slots, it is. Don't you remember seeing that SLI on a crossfire mobo hack? All it requires is that you have 2x PCIe slots.
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If it has 2x PCIe slots, it is. Don't you remember seeing that SLI on a crossfire mobo hack? All it requires is that you have 2x PCIe slots.
I read something vaguely about it, I was at school so I couldn't actually read how or what they did, just that they did it. Hell even eclipse over at the gd70 club has done it. He wasn't allowed to post because of some sort of infringement or some crap.

And also you must remember the difference on the NF4 chipset, the pins have to be jumpered on the NB. It needs to be soldered. Pencil mod usually doesn't work. It gets a connection but the signal isn't strong enough.

And from what eclipse said, getting it to work was a pain in the ass. He had to re-install.
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I read something vaguely about it, I was at school so I couldn't actually read how or what they did, just that they did it. Hell even eclipse over at the gd70 club has done it. He wasn't allowed to post because of some sort of infringement or some crap.

And also you must remember the difference on the NF4 chipset, the pins have to be jumpered on the NB. It needs to be soldered. Pencil mod usually doesn't work. It gets a connection but the signal isn't strong enough.

And from what eclipse said, getting it to work was a pain in the ass. He had to re-install.
Like I said, you wouldn't need to do the SLI Pencil mod or jumper, or whatever. Just so long as there's 2 PCIe x16 slots, you CAN have SLI. I just don't remember where I saw the tutorials at.
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