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JamY, make sure you also run Orthos/Prime95 at 2.8Ghz. When you say 333Mhz are you referring to your HTT (reference clock speed) or the memory frequency? I have a feeling you're referring to HTT. At 333Mhz with your memory being overclock 32.9Mhz that is not bad at all. You may start to run into stability issues when you start to raise the clock frequency with that memory overclock. Make sure to test your memory overclocks with memtest before booting into Windows. Tests 5 and 8 are the preferred tests to run.

Hope that helps

Oooops iam srry, as i dint mention the stuff iam talking about. It was all bout ma RAM . i hav set it to 333Mhz n BIOS. tatz the max i cud get from ma RAM. with these settings i hav tested ma RAM with memtest86 succesfully.

And i hav tried 2 push the multiplier from 8.5 to 9.0 [300*9.0=2700], but failed unfortntly as the windows cudn't even boot up

think3r, is there a way that i can push ma HTT from 300 to higher.??????
Or is it the WALL..????????????????
Edited by JamY - 10/16/08 at 2:57am
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think3r, is there a way that i can push ma HTT from 300 to higher
JamY, when you were testing your maximum HTT limit were you able to exceed 300HTT or did you max out at 300HTT? What kind of testing did you do at 300HTT? How much Vcore are you running with 300 * 9x? Perhaps a tad bit more Vcore (processor voltage) may yield some positive results in terms of stability. Make sure to keep an eye on your full load temps after raising the Vcore.

Let us know

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JamY, when you were testing your maximum HTT limit were you able to exceed 300HTT or did you max out at 300HTT? What kind of testing did you do at 300HTT? How much Vcore are you running with 300 * 9x? Perhaps a tad bit more Vcore (processor voltage) may yield some positive results in terms of stability. Make sure to keep an eye on your full load temps after raising the Vcore.

Let us know

Good luck
Well think3r,

The answer was 'No'. I cudnt go up with even a single freq raise from 300HTT.
It was Maxed out at 300HTT. At 300HTT i tested it with "Prime95" for more than 5 hours & 30 mints wit out errors.

Yup i hav even tried with vcore = 1.550 [Tatz the Max], when i tried 2 run it with 300HTT*9.
But Still then it failed to boot up.

By the way at the present state f ma system, during tests ma sys temp stays at the border i.e 55°

Present State :-

Vcore = 1.475
Multi = 300HTT*8.5 = 2561 according to CPU-Z
HT = 3x
RAM Freq = 333Mhz @ 2.8V
RAM TiminG = 2.5-3-3-6 , CR=2T ; [Got GooD Result with 3DMark01SE at This timinG ].


Any Sugg...??????
Edited by JamY - 10/16/08 at 11:44pm
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Present State :-

Vcore = 1.475
Multi = 300HTT*8.5 = 2561 according to CPU-Z
HT = 3x
RAM Freq = 333Mhz @ 2.8V
RAM TiminG = 2.5-3-3-6 , CR=2T ; [Got GooD Result with 3DMark01SE at This timinG ].


Any Sugg...??????
JamY, try shooting for 2600mhz (290HTT * 9x). Can you share some CPU-Z screenshots for us with your 2561mhz overclock? Please include each tab if you can. Have you tested your memory with a lower voltage setting then 2.8volts? Make sure you have proper airflow in your case when you start running higher voltages.

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JamY, try shooting for 2600mhz (290HTT * 9x). Can you share some CPU-Z screenshots for us with your 2561mhz overclock? Please include each tab if you can. Have you tested your memory with a lower voltage setting then 2.8volts? Make sure you have proper airflow in your case when you start running higher voltages.

Good luck
Sure,
Here itz :-



Now Lemme Try with Wat U hav Told..,
And will let u noe....
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BinGOO!!!!!

Finally I cud get Stable on ma Proccy with HTT-2700Mhz.
Hav added a CPU-Z screen shot below :-



But Ma Cpu Temp Juz go touchin 57° Somtimes as ma vcore voltage is set now to 1.5v from 1.4v unless it was not stable. But think3r, according 2 the datasheet, it says it can go up to 65°. A shortcut 2 that link is here . Plz take ur tim 2 check out under 'Athlon 64 3000+ Venice Processor' on that link above. So wat u think f this??? Is it true....???

It was ma memory limiting the processor for Higher Overclks. As i hav reduced it from '333Mhz' to '266Mhz' in BIOS,it solved the pro . Also ma DRAM voltage is set to 2.6 from 2.8. I think this is ma memories max limit. Hav tested the RAM with 'memtest86' succesfully.

May b i can attain a higher overclk by inceasing the HTT further more by giving more voltage 2 the vcore. But as ma CPU temp goes on increasing..., i think i dont wanna kill it. Hav tested with Orthos for 6 hours w/o errors. Still the test continues . . . . . .

So think3r, wat u wud lik 2 say ....?????
Edited by JamY - 10/19/08 at 9:25am
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But Ma Cpu Temp Juz go touchin 57° Somtimes as ma vcore voltage is set now to 1.5v from 1.4v unless it was not stable. But think3r, according 2 the datasheet, it says it can go up to 65°. A shortcut 2 that link is here . Plz take ur tim 2 check out under 'Athlon 64 3000+ Venice Processor' on that link above. So wat u think f this??? Is it true....???

It was ma memory limiting the processor for Higher Overclks. As i hav reduced it from '333Mhz' to '266Mhz' in BIOS,it solved the pro . Also ma DRAM voltage is set to 2.6 from 2.8. I think this is ma memories max limit. Hav tested the RAM with 'memtest86' succesfully.

May b i can attain a higher overclk by inceasing the HTT further more by giving more voltage 2 the vcore. But as ma CPU temp goes on increasing..., i think i dont wanna kill it. Hav tested with Orthos for 6 hours w/o errors. Still the test continues . . . . . .
JamY, good job on getting the overclock stable

The temperature that is posted on AMD's website for your processor is the theoritcal "maximum" temperature. You might be able to exceed that temperature without running into problems. Don't worry, nothing is going to "fry" or "blowup". These processors (S754, S939 and AM2) have thermal protection that avoid those issues. If the full load temperatures become unstable then the machine will either lockup or restart.
Keep pushing your HTT if you can. I think I remember you saying the maximum HTT you were able to achieve was 310HTT. Try apply some chipset voltage as well. Make sure you have adequate cooling for your chipset and case before doing so.

Sorry for the late response

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JamY, good job on getting the overclock stable

Try apply some chipset voltage as well. Make sure you have adequate cooling for your chipset and case before doing so.

Sorry for the late response

Good luck
Itz okie No Probz...

Well think3r.., can i ask u somthin very seriously..?????

In ur last reply, U hav told me 2 increase the 'Chipset' voltage rit..????

Wat do u actly mean by the term 'chipset voltage'..???? Is it the Mobo Chipset ?? or the Processor..????

Well, if u meant the Mobo Chipset Voltage, then i dont hav that option on ma mobo

Now lemme try increasing the Vcore voltage nd will let u noe...
Edited by JamY - 10/22/08 at 6:03am
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In ur last reply, U hav told me 2 increase the 'Chipset' voltage rit..????

Wat do u actly mean by the term 'chipset voltage'..???? Is it the Mobo Chipset ?? or the Processor..????

Well, if u meant the Mobo Chipset Voltage, then i dont hav that option on ma mobo

Now lemme try increasing the Vcore voltage nd will let u noe...
JamY, that's correct. When you start increasing the HTT (reference clock) typically more voltage is required by the motherboard chipset. I looked at the manual for the A8N-E and you are correct...there apparently is no option available to change the motherboard voltage.

Let us know the results

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JamY, that's correct. When you start increasing the HTT (reference clock) typically more voltage is required by the motherboard chipset. I looked at the manual for the A8N-E and you are correct...there apparently is no option available to change the motherboard voltage.

Let us know the results

Good luck
think3r, ma sys s stable nw at 300*9=2700 Mhz.
core Voltage = 1.525

I think tatz the max...

I hav a Quest 4 u 2da..., tatz 'is Opteron Dual Core 64bit compaitable...?!?!?? '

thankx...,
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