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what speed are you running them at?
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Ddr2 800.
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You got screen shots or something? Im having a ahard time just getting this going.

first off have you found your highest cpu speed? ram set 1:1 jacking the fsb and vcore ? if so what was it.

Im trying to help you it just seems like there is alot of missing info. So i am loking for all the details . I know the ram is set to 2v is that what is required? ram is running @ what speed what divider now .
    
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5:6 divider, I haven't dropped the ram / FSB to find max CPU speed. I'll try more this weekend, lots of gaming tonight.
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May need to do some tweaks to move it up a bit but at 3.0G, it should be fine for 3870. Enjoy your games.
post #16 of 18
I got ya. Buyt you have to understand youre at step 3 or 4 but never started at step 1

Its kinda hard to start here and say what it is. I think when you get more time start over. IOriginally from reading this. I dont think you need all that vcore but maybe. It just seems very high to me.

I am not super experienced with Ocing but i have been reading alot and spending alot of time around the forum. Vcore seems high. you got an after market cooler . do you have a goal? thats the way i approached it.

I would start over set the cpu back to x10, if your goal is like. 3.5 which i think you could do then go for 350, get the ram the required voltage, maybe do +.1 to the chips NB, SB etc, set the ram to 1:1 and setting on auto, cpu volytage to 1.375,or 1.40, check all voltages in bios HWmonitor or SW HWmonitor. just cause you set it to something dont mean that is what it is gonna run @ it.

I know i cant tell you exactly how to do it but i would start there. If its stable then you knock down the NB sb voltages and stuff. the increase may not be necessary, but i dont think it will hurt you having the extra .
    
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*KNOCKS ON WOOD*

Awesome! I booted into Windows and am currently dual priming it at
3.2 GHz (400x8) with
plus .2V on the RAM (for 2v), and
+0.1v on the northbridge and southbridge,
vCore at 1.55 (in BIOS, right now in CPU-Z/HWM showing as 1.5v)

EDIT: When I ran the max stress small FFT test, it hard crashed after about a minute.

I can get it to 2.8 stable at 400x7 or I can get 3GHz at 333x9. What would you guys do? I'm leaning toward the 3, I think the benefits of the 200MHz are greater than a 266 higher FSB. I'll run tests later.
post #18 of 18
Test and find out all hardware is different but it seems the higher clocks on CPU should get better benches then little on FSB.

Getting up around 3000 it gets picky on settings and voltages.

I tried forever and could not get to 3000, then one day I got it and now I am working up to 3300. At 3200 now not really stable just benching and bootable purposes.
    
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