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The first thing you should do before raising the fsb is bring ur HT multi. one step down. And also disable CoolnQuiet. Otherwise the system may not post or boot with the OC setting.
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post #12 of 35
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There's nothing more that's all, but the thermometer in the CPU (LCD Case) says that the temperature never surpass 41º
I never touch the voltage, only the FSB
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post #13 of 35
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The first thing you should do before raising the fsb is bring ur HT multi. one step down. And also disable CoolnQuiet. Otherwise the system may not post or boot with the OC setting.
Good luck
OMG I totally forgot. yeah cool & quiet is bad for OC'ing. but make sure you keep safe-boot enabled! also sweet, what temps you got at 2.8?
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What do you mean with HT Multi? Which is the default value? And... in which part of the BIOS I'll find it? Remember that I'm still a newbie
Edited by Golduck - 5/21/08 at 4:44pm
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post #15 of 35
Idle 42"C 1 hour prime95 62"c. Prime95 strech the cpu to the max possible. Everest stress test never goes Beyond 58"C.

U will Find HT settings in the same place you found your FSB setting
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post #16 of 35
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Idle 42"C 1 hour prime95 62"c. Prime95 strech the cpu to the max possible. Everest stress test never goes Beyond 58"C.
thats some tight kit there. nicley done! I dont think mine could do quite that... cos at 2.5 it gets upto 61C or whatever under load. Now is it correct that increasing the fsb speed increases heat or what? does HT multiplier increase heat? or is it just voltage that increases heat(but also stability at higher clock speeds).
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post #17 of 35
i strongly suggest you read the ultimate overclocking guide found in the AMD section (it's a sticky)

I don't have a phenom but i know that for the earlier ones, you have to disable something called "eratta fix", or "eratta patch", or "TLB fix"....etc if you expect to overclock that much (correct me if i'm wrong)

you can't really just plug in values and expect an instant overclock, each chip is different and everyone's setup has different components. read the guide and when you have questions, make a thread and people will help you
    
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post #18 of 35
Increasing HT could cause more heat cause processor is running faster and that means more current is passing through it for a given time.
For stability at higher clock speed you need more voltage and that means more heat definitely. But remember for stability at higher clock speed you may have to add more voltage to your RAM an sometime to the NB also. Depends on your setting.
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Increasing HT could cause more heat cause processor is running faster and that means more current is passing through it for a given time.
For stability at higher clock speed you need more voltage and that means more heat definitely. But remember for stability at higher clock speed you may have to add more voltage to your RAM an sometime to the NB also. Depends on your setting.
ahh well thanks. Will look at this further 2morow morning.
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post #20 of 35
Yeah, I'd recommend better cooling... Stock may only get you to 2.3GHz safely on stock. Perhaps a Zalman 9500 or 9700 will work for you.
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