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post #101 of 110
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i have no idea what that means im assuming it some kinda voice over IP?
if it is i dont use them they are very un-secure...not to mention it wudnt work when runnin orthos ^^

and I wudnt abuse ur phone number bro like calling whenever...but rather only when u OK'd it....check my website at top right clk profile see my pic...Im a nice guy bro just trying to do what seems impossible lol

I help ppl on the phone dis-infect thier comps and tweak windows...I been doing it for years no complaints so far
post #102 of 110
There again with the insults doesnt matter good luck.
post #103 of 110
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I did all that got RAM to 4-4-4-12 2T and it auto-ed to 23 clocks...I've since set it all back to AUTO cept for the 3.0ghz....

This is what I've learned so far about overclocking:

1. I don't know enough about RAM
2. For this board anyhow....the latest mobo manual is NOT for the 1603 BIOS
3. For overclocking in general...the bigger your' wallet, the higher your' OC
can YOU say $700 phase change cooling?
4. We are all guinea pigs for the industries engineers.
5. I'm definitely gonna by a book about how modern motherboards truly work.
6. OCing "slang" is NOT helpful when trying to explain things to new ppl...use
plain old english for gawds sake.

Ty all for your help, maybe in a few months I'll give it another go, when I know a LOT more than i do now.

ADVICE: DON'T over clock if your' wallet doesn't ROXXXXXX!!!

I'll be baaacckkk lol
post #104 of 110
good luck
post #105 of 110
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in way of a ty i found this link for the "Black Edition Club"

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/25...tion-club.html
post #106 of 110
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I think I found a way to check if your 5000 Black edition is going to be a great OCER....BEFORE you actually OC it and void the warranty......I posted my test method here:

http://forums.techpowerup.com/showth...409#post711409
post #107 of 110
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Apparently it has a defunct core zero or something...I got another one at it hit 3.2ghz at 1.4vcore just like it supposed to. Only problem is I also got new RAM....I replaced: Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C4DHX with: Corsair TWIN2X2048-8500C5D...so I'm now kinda lost as to whether to run it at 1066mhz or 800mhz etc etc?

So what I'm looking for here is suggestions for 3.2ghz setups that take into consideration my new RAM, and the fact that my CPU now doesnt seem to have a vcore wall at 3.0Ghz.

When I first put new CPU in it went straight to 3.2Ghz but only lasted about 2.5 minutes or Orthos Blend priority 9.

Any input from Crimsonite, Exodusprime1337 or Jamesky, would be MOST appreciated...they have followed my noobish problems more closely than others.

Here is link to the three subsystem TESTS that exodus suggested:
http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=55312
and their results....BUT keep in mind this was on the PC(6400) RAM and the broke CPU. The new CPU still wont boot at 240mhz @ the TEST 3 settings...best I could get was 333mhz and that only lasted about 2 mins on Orthos Blend priority 1.

So NOW lay some settings on me, wise ones
Ty for all your patience also.....

P.S. I have NO clue what to set things at for the new RAM, most of all. Further, I have no clue as to whether the new RAM affects TESTS 1 & 3.....and FYI Idle temps at 3.0Ghz with all else on auto .....are 26C for Mobo and 26C for CPU
post #108 of 110
Usually if your not OC'ing your memory and running stock timings you won't need more memory voltage but you can try bumping it one tenth of a volt without real worry.When OC'ing your Brisbane you might benefit from loosening the Trc,Trfc and Async Latency and bumping your NB one setting and your SB two settings.
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For needing so much help you sure come off very arrogant and rude set your vcore to 3.0 multi 16x that should help you a bunch
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For needing so much help you sure come off very arrogant and rude set your vcore to 3.0 multi 16x that should help you a bunch
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