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Originally Posted by LiquidKaos View Post
Yeah, I paid $0.00 for this one.

But I can't believe I BSOD'ed idle at 2.96ghz.. not very impressed
did you use the lowest memory multiplier and lock pci-express to 100mhz
and right volt for rest of the system

and "not very impressed" speed you almost done 100% overclock thats good not stable but good
Edited by blooder11181 - 6/4/08 at 2:58pm
     
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Originally Posted by blooder11181 View Post
did you use the lowest memory multiplier and lock pci-express to 100mhz
and right volt for rest of the system

and "not very impressed" speed you almost done 100% overclock thats good not stable but good
PCIE @ 100mhz
FSB @ 1450mhz
Memory @ 725mhz Link/Sync
VCore 1.3-1.55 volts (doesn't seem to care at all)
Tried 1.3-1.4 on other voltages (FSB, etc)

Have also tried 1480mhz which gets me the 2.96ghz and all types of memory flavors (timings, link, etc)
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