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I have a pretty nice setup as far as stability goes. What would I have to do to push 3.0 Ghz out of this single core 3800+ (2.4ghz) Or should I get a dual core 939 Socket and go for higher?

Thanks!
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3G, a darn good stepping and a lot of patience.
Also, cooling that is better than stock too... you don't want to push much past the mid 50c range at full load!
    
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post #3 of 20
"dual core 939 socket"

I'm confused, is there such a thing?

Anyway, if your sig rig is right. You arn't gonna get much of a OC on stock cooling.
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He meant Dual core S939 proc. haha. Like, an X2 3800+
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Yea, the X2 series. What would I need to push 3.0 out of her? I can almost touch 2.74 right now before reboot. I am doing it with the help of nTune from Nvidia
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I am not familiar with the standard 3800+. I have a S939 X2 3800+ though that I've gotten 3.0 out of . I am thinking about selling it along with the mobo etc. Look in the Appraisials section to see it as part of the random stuff im going to sell .
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I would recommend not overclocking with ntune, but using the BIOS. You will get much better results that way.
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post #8 of 20
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I would recommend not overclocking with ntune, but using the BIOS. You will get much better results that way.
+1

I wouldn't waste my time or money on s939, our procs are dinosaurs! get you a nice e2180 and oc the mess outta that beast!

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I would recommend not overclocking with ntune, but using the BIOS. You will get much better results that way.
Why is that?


BTW Geekman Let me look at it before you up and sell it
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Quote:
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I would recommend not overclocking with ntune, but using the BIOS. You will get much better results that way.
Agreed. Just uninstall ntune.. get that off your system.

Software overclocking is BAD.
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