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Originally Posted by fr0stman View Post
im very dissappointed with AMD...i was full having a debate with my brother telln him they're better, they dont clock as good as Intels
Its true, they don't. At the moment, if you want to get high overclocks you need to go Intel. I'm not being a fanboy, but this is the current situation in the CPU world.
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Its true, they don't. At the moment, if you want to get high overclocks you need to go Intel. I'm not being a fanboy, but this is the current situation in the CPU world.

The Intel quads (C2D) clock better, but they also cost more also. The Phenom was a let down ( to this point ). To OP, Try dropping the multi down and raising the HTT (FSB) and see if it will stable out. Bump a slight volt to it. Also, it can go higher and be stable.

400mhz is not really worth your time, but it is better than nothing and you can tweak more out of it. Just be patient.

What's your temps look like?
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What are your temps like on 3.1? if they arnt too high, then id try pushing some more. You could get to 3.2, i think. You might be able to get further .

Did you up those other voltages at all ?
OK well @ 3.1Ghz temp idle is ~38C
load temp = ~60

But i increased the FSB from 239 to 240 @ 3.12Ghz and ran OCCT, it failed!
lol
set it back to 239 @ 3.1Ghz , OCCT passed
so i think im running at max
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I got 3250Mhz @1.35V with mine so far.
HOW?? ive got a much higer voltage and @ 3.1Ghz,
what are ur settings??
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Those temps are getting a little high if their accurate.What is your BIOS temp now?Are you using those memory timings I suggested?Can you post CPU-Z screens of the CPU and memory tabs at your highest OC that passed OCCT
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Those temps are getting a little high if their accurate.What is your BIOS temp now?Are you using those memory timings I suggested?Can you post CPU-Z screens of the CPU and memory tabs at your highest OC that passed OCCT
Are they high? see this is the annoying part

Core1 is 10C lower than Core0 so at ~38C the other core is ~29C

ill input the timings that u suggested today... i havnt had time, been doing overwork and university.
So timings i need to input are:

2T
trc 24-26
trfc 105 or 127.5??

Since i decreased my RAM frequency from 800 to 667 does that mean when i increased the fsb a little its running faster than 667?

Im installing Vista 64 today.

I dont get how ppl can run 1V less than me and achieve a much higher FSB frequency
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post #47 of 75
Use PC Probe and the BIOS for temp readings and full load temps are what matters not Idle.
You need to concentrate on one thing at a time,keep your memory with stock timings and not OC'ed with the settings I suggested while finding your CPU limit then you can work on your memory.
When you raise the FSB you also OC your memory,thats why you drop the memory setting to compensate.
Your using brute force to OC by increasing voltage,if you try the settings I suggested you may increase stability and lower the voltage and run cooler.
Voltage=Heat
Will you post the info I asked for?
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Your using brute force to OC by increasing voltage,if you try the settings I suggested you may increase stability and lower the voltage and run cooler.
Voltage=Heat
Will you post the info I asked for?
yes tonight i promise

so when i use the RAM settings u gave me, do i lower the voltage down from 1.475V of CPU and the extra .1 on the ram from 1.9 down to 1.8V?
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You might be able to or you might just be able to raise your OC.Every setup and component is different.Also look for Async Latency and try 5-8
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There ya go fellaz...
lemme know what i can fix.

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