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Hi,
The other day i finally got my TF-560 mobo in so i started ocing my BE-2300 on it. Well I've gotten it up to 2.85GHz stable (300x9.5 and 39 degrees load) at 1.344v, 2.16v on the RAM and 1.25v on the chipset and 3x ht. I've seen these CPUs go higher though and so i was wondering if anybody had any advise on my setup. I cant seem to get the 300 mark on the ht even with increasing any voltages or anything like that. So yeah if anybody had any advise that would be great. Thanks
post #2 of 11
If upping the vcore to 1.4 or so doesnt help you could be at the peak. If other things are running faster then normal try one notch on them as well.

Do you know what FSB others have gotten with the mobo?

Maybe it is a FSB hole Try dropping the multi and raising FSB until unstable and too hot with current cooling.
    
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This MB has been know to do 355 FSB.Can you post screens of the CPU,SPD and Memory tabs of CPU-Z at your highest stable OC.
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Make sure to drop your ram multiplier, with that voltage you should be stable over 3ghz. Did you make sure to turn off cool 'n quiet in the bios?

Also try 335x9, for some reason that seems to be very stable for this chip.
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Make sure to drop your ram multiplier, with that voltage you should be stable over 3ghz. Did you make sure to turn off cool 'n quiet in the bios?

Also try 335x9, for some reason that seems to be very stable for this chip.
I cant seem to find any option on the bios for the ram multiplier...maybe its labled some weird thing but i cant seem to find it. Also my computer seems to become less stable when i change the multiplier from 9.5 to 9...i dont know why but its always less stable. ne ways ill attach a screen of cpuz...thanks for all the replies.
post #6 of 11
Do you know your ram specs or have a link to them?To adjust your ram it's called Memory Clock Value on your MB.Brisbanes can be fussy with the ram timings so you might want to try these.
Trc 24-26
Trcf 105 or 127.5
T2
Some AM2 MB's like a higher HT so you might want to try it between 1200-1400Mhz.
You might need to loosen your ram timings.
Running 4 DIMM's can put more strain on the memory controller which is on the CPU so you might not get as high of a OC as using 2 DIMM's.
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Try changing your CL from 3 to 4. The fact that your system is less stable at 9 than 9.5 points to the ram as the unstable element of your overclock. Maybe play with ram voltages as well?
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yup lower your latency to probably even 5. and the rest of the timings. you can always tighten them up later.
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Hey thanks for all the help. lowering the cl seemed to work well and i basicly got it to 3GHz. +rep for all of you
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Hey thanks for all the help. lowering the cl seemed to work well and i basicly got it to 3GHz. +rep for all of you
Congrats

have you done a suicide run with it yet? I've heard these hitting over 3.4 ghz
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