what do you mean nearly lol. im just testing it at 3680 at the moment.
but heres my little thumbs of earlyier. im very happy with it so far a very good buy i dare say.
enjoy with the 3.6 i got a 16496 in 3dmark06.
im aiming for over 18k with this machine i would have been happy with just 15k when i got it but now im getting greddy lol.
i have a deep down feeling that i may actual be able to take this to 4ghz. its just been so easy so far ha.
ok i went for 3.8 and only started but got it stable for hr of orthos so far.
tempts are still fairly good from what i can tell im happy with the chip so far.
the 1ghz over clock has been done . yay!!! lol
i was guessing that it was 1.36 across the board. if anyone can correct me please pray tell.
well i got it 1hr stable at like 1.32/33 at 3.8 so i think i found my day to day clock speed. but the great thing about the mars is you can store 4 diffrent o/clock setting on the bios so im just going to save this. its doing an orthos test while im at work today. so will be fun to see what comes up. i still think 4ghz is possible but maybe not for an every day o/c. question to those who know. cpu VTT voltage was is that refering to. got tired of searching for it is
System Bus Input Supply Voltage, often referenced as FSB termination voltage (VFSB) simply the voltage the fsb is running on. logic levels on the fsb are relative to this voltage. higher vtt results in higher logiclevels and thus in increased noise ratios. increasing vtt might help overclocking.
All I found with a quick look. If you do up it I recommend small amounts, cause I've never heard of anybody doing this and I've never actually done it myself.