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My RAM can run at 1120 - 1130MHz easily. So I doubt it's the RAM... I have it unganged, I tried it at 800MHz even.. I did run mem test on the RAM at first when I installed it, the RAM is perfectly good... so I honestly am unsure at this point... I'm extremely tempted to take my Phenom 9500 past 2.5GHz to see how well it will run... but I defenitelly need a better cooler on it. Reason why I am tempted... is I want to see that thing manage at least 2.8GHz... if I can push that processor to that... then something just ain't right in my current PC.
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Alright, I got my new RAM installed and running Memtest on it first thing. Clocked at 1067MHz 5-5-5-15 @ 2.1Volts. TRC clock at 30, but I don't know what it should be, I remember CPUz saying the other RAM can be set at 22, I don't know about my new set.
I have my TRC at auto in bios, AOD shows it at 30... so you should be fine.


The Corsair Dominator seems to be holding good at around 1120, I had min up tp around 1140 a time or two with no noticable problems. So i think we should be fine there. I thi finally got a BSOD (usure but most likly memory) at 1134.

We'll off to try at it a bit more...
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I've been getting interesting results...

Currently Alshain's running at home at 2.66GHz (13x205), 2050MHz HTT, 1092MHz RAM at 5-5-5-15-22-2T. I got it to work at 2.65GHz (12.5x212 - 2120MHz HTT, 1130MHz RAM - and the BIOS automatically upped the CPU volts to 1.39/1.4v for that, but not 13x205), as well, but stability is in question (it's in question with the 2.66GHz as well, but in both instances it's stable in just Windows- 3DMark seems to push the limits and cause problems), as 3DMark had to crash the whole thing at least once before it would load proper and complete a bench, and even then I had most of the programs and 'services' disabled to make it so as few of things as possible were interfering. Got 13.9k 3DMarks in '06 with that, which is the highest I've seen it for me. I suppose I may have a board or CPU from lesser batches than the majority of you, if overclocking Alshain seems to be such a chore.

Still, this is a very engrossing practice... Poking and prodding, seeing how much one can push with their machine..
Edited by StormhawkAPS - 5/14/08 at 8:00am
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i've been playing alot more with my gfx atm.. got my 3870 today and its cranking..
gave it a benchmark...
didnt score too bad
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=6707817

thats cpu up too and gfx at
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/fxhwu/

mite my cpu cranks at 210x13.5 sweet az.. can run 215x13.5 if i lossen the ram to 5-7-7-15 2T but i still havnt found a good voltage to keep it stable for more than an hour.. plenty of time for 3dmark but i get BSOD after some time.. i cant seem to get more than 215 tho.. NB sits at 2360 fine but cant get HT above 2150.. how can i match these better?
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I've noticed that 3DMark06 tops off one of my cores during the Graphics Tests- always around 95-100%, while the rest seem to hover not much above the Windows average idles (During the CPU tests, all four cores are utilized properly). This is a rather unfortunate limiter on the Graphics Tests that would not be the case in a graphics-intensive, CPU-light game. I may have to lower GPU clocks to get better CPU clocks in order to score better in 3DMark06. I noticed the top system submitted for 3DMark06 has like really low-level clocks on the graphics card, and kinda wondered about that, but now I think I understand. He has over twice the score using over twice the CPU clocks. It's a proportional relation.
Edited by StormhawkAPS - 5/14/08 at 10:35am
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Alright, I've gotten 14099 Futuremarks in 3DMark06 with the 212MHz Base Bus OC. But I'm done pushing things. Every time I get the base bus over 210 (or at least the overall clock to 2650+), it seems one of my games gets corrupted (and I don't even play them usually with the OCs), and now that I've gotten a score in the 14k range, I feel I've accomplished enough and intend to keep to 2625MHz down to stock clocks- it's deciedly stable in that range and nothing gets corrupted, and the thing's fast enough as it is, I feel. I realize I must have a sub-par 9850 and/or M3A32 if they can't even manage 2650 without problems when others can get 3GHz, but they're more than enough for my needs. Maybe I'm squeamish, but I prefer to think of it as 'cautious' .. This is bleeding edge hardware, and I'm already getting my money's worth- not about to throw that money away.
Edited by StormhawkAPS - 5/16/08 at 7:32am
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Alright, I've gotten 14099 Futuremarks in 3DMark06 with the 212MHz Base Bus OC. But I'm done pushing things. Every time I get the base bus over 210 (or at least the overall clock to 2650+), it seems one of my games gets corrupted (and I don't even play them usually with the OCs), and now that I've gotten a score in the 14k range, I feel I've accomplished enough and intend to keep to 2625MHz down to stock clocks- it's deciedly stable in that range and nothing gets corrupted, and the thing's fast enough as it is, I feel. I realize I must have a sub-par 9850 and/or M3A32 if they can't even manage 2650 without problems when others can get 3GHz, but they're more than enough for my needs. Maybe I'm squeamish, but I prefer to think of it as 'cautious' .. This is bleeding edge hardware, and I'm already getting my money's worth- not about to throw that money away.

Only 14k 3dmark with an X2?.. seems abit low?? ... i get 12.5 with a single 3870.. you cant get over 2.6? im runnin at 2.9 now sweet az (215x13.5) wit mem abit slower and nb freq multi on 11x.. ur board u said auto's 1.39v? .. seems abit.. my board always picks up around 1.25 i gota put it up myself.. currently on 1.325 in bios but i havnt had the need to go over 1.35 yet
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I've jsut replaced my DS4 790X Gigabyte (RMA'd it) with an Asus M3A32 MVP.

The difference in build quality, performance and OC is breathtaking. Hasn't BSOD'd once yet, and while that's not exactly a high ambition to aim for with the last 2 weeks of the GB DS4 I'm happy with just that.

Anyone care to summarise the likely easy OC settings from the past 11 pages? Just a clue where to start with the multiplier/RAM would be awesome.

Thanks,

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Hello, new to these forums but I've stumbled on this thread while looking for 9850BE OC results

I am currently running my 9850BE on an Asus Crosshair I nForce 570 @ 2.9ghz.
I'm not sure whether this can be compared to a mobo with HT 3.0 and stuff but atm I'm using a Zalman CNPS9500-AM2 (soon replaced by a Scyte Mugen) and 2 pieces of Crucial Ballistix 1GB DDR2-1066 clocked @ 800 Mhz (obviously boosted by the FSB to 928Mhz). Timings @ 5-4-4-12
I changed the HT multiplier from 5 to 4 so it doesnt go over the 1000 limit my motherboard gives me.

I've stressed it with Cinebench & 3dmark 06 so far and played several games for a few hours (CoD4, Crysis, Assassins Creed), all in Vista Ultimate 64 bit.

When i get my hands on the Scythe cooler ill go for the 3.0ghz.
Hope this information is helpfull in any way
Please share your thoughts with me, as I am also new to OC-ing.

Blace

Edit: While running Cinebench x4 benchmark it reaches 80-90 degrees celcius and quits the application as a precaution so I'm using a normal fan next to my opened case untill i get my Scythe
Idle temp is around 60 degrees now, full load about 75-80 (with the huge normal fan). So far it's looking good, I hope it gets through half a day of stress-testing later this week.

Edited by Blace - 5/25/08 at 6:10pm
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I've jsut replaced my DS4 790X Gigabyte (RMA'd it) with an Asus M3A32 MVP.

The difference in build quality, performance and OC is breathtaking. Hasn't BSOD'd once yet, and while that's not exactly a high ambition to aim for with the last 2 weeks of the GB DS4 I'm happy with just that.

Anyone care to summarise the likely easy OC settings from the past 11 pages? Just a clue where to start with the multiplier/RAM would be awesome.

Thanks,

SupahSpankeh

I would start with AMD Overdrive (AOD). This would give you an idea where you stand. I don't OC in Bios with my 9850 BE anymore. It seems the cores all clock diff. to eachother.

I would just raise the Multiplier in AOD and see how high you can get it stable at stock vcore. I clock each core alone and have more success that way.

This is what I run for everyday computing:
Core0: 3.0 ghz, Core1: 3.1 ghz, Core2: 2.8 ghz, Core3: 2.9 ghz @ 1.42 vcore
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