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It's stable at 2.8. I'm going for 3.2 after I finish downloading Vista SP1.
go for 3.8ghz then It'll be a Mad Priced overclock.
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I'm stuck at 3.0. I upped voltage to 1.5 and it won't post at 400 fsb (3.2). I tried + 2 on fsb, mch, and dram voltage and none did it. I may have hit the chips wall.
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I'm stuck at 3.0. I upped voltage to 1.5 and it won't post at 400 fsb (3.2). I tried + 2 on fsb, mch, and dram voltage and none did it. I may have hit the chips wall.
Nah It's most likely the board.

with my Crummy old board i maxed at 450 now i can get 600+FSB.
I know someone on her got 3.8ghz stable.
post #14 of 25
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I'm stuck at 3.0. I upped voltage to 1.5 and it won't post at 400 fsb (3.2). I tried + 2 on fsb, mch, and dram voltage and none did it. I may have hit the chips wall.
pity that..... but for only $50 I would squeeze it as hard as possible.... let it burn.....
don't you just love torturing these cheap guys?
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Nah It's most likely the board.

with my Crummy old board i maxed at 450 now i can get 600+FSB.
I know someone on her got 3.8ghz stable.
I doubt a P35-DS3L is maxing at 400fsb. This board rocks.

Edit: NB temps might be limiting me. I'll mod a fan to it tomorrow. Same thing happened with my P965-DS3.
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Needed 1.475v to get to 3.0ghz. These chips eat voltage. I'll tweak more tomorrow, but I'm honestly perfectly fine with 3ghz on a 50 dollar chip.

You can get an E2160 for $65

Edit: Can you run some superpi and 3dmark06 and tell me your cpu score please?
post #17 of 25
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I doubt a P35-DS3L is maxing at 400fsb. This board rocks.

Edit: NB temps might be limiting me. I'll mod a fan to it tomorrow. Same thing happened with my P965-DS3.
yeah after i put a fan on it i can do 1.55volts and never go over 35c
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Nah It's most likely the board.

with my Crummy old board i maxed at 450 now i can get 600+FSB.
I know someone on her got 3.8ghz stable.
600+ FSB? If thats true then wow .
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24s on super pi at 3.0ghz.
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post #20 of 25
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24s on super pi at 3.0ghz.
Ahh okay. I guess the cache does make a difference cos mine is running 19s at the moment.

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Nah It's most likely the board.

with my Crummy old board i maxed at 450 now i can get 600+FSB.
I know someone on her got 3.8ghz stable.


Lies, the highest I've seen is an E2180 at 3.73 Ghz (linskingdom).
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