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Is this normal for these chips? I'm not complaining, it's just that my 3800 windsor took more work to get this high. This chip is crazy


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post #2 of 17
Looks pretty good... thats what... 500MHz over stock? I'm thinking that thats pretty normal for these 65nm chips. My 4600+ went to 2850 on stock voltage, which is a 450MHz increase (still on stock cooling, so I'm not gonna push it).
post #3 of 17
put the multi at its 10.5 default and you will be able to hit 2800mhz on that vcore....default is 1.25v

I can hit 2880 on mine with default but 3Gs takes 1.4v to make it...
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post #4 of 17
My 4000+ can hit 2.9ghz on stock volts ;] Which was lucky since whenever I tried to up the voltage on my M2N32 WS PRO it wouldn't boot ;l That thing got me so frustrated.
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put the multi at its 10.5 default and you will be able to hit 2800mhz on that vcore....default is 1.25v

I can hit 2880 on mine with default but 3Gs takes 1.4v to make it...
it's 1.25 in the bios, but when I boot. it says 1.28. when it starts working hard, it jumps up to 1.3 volts
I don't wanna mess with the .5 multis..I've heard they don't like it
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post #6 of 17
that was 939....

The Brisbanes actually prefer the .5 multi and provide better results when sticking to the default multi...
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post #7 of 17
my 4000+ topt out at 2730; after that it heats up too much on the stock cooling
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post #8 of 17
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Is this normal for these chips? I'm not complaining, it's just that my 3800 windsor took more work to get this high. This chip is crazy


my 4000+ did(does) 2.5 @1.225 vcore
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post #9 of 17
I wish I got a better core for my 3800+, my Manchester tops out at 2.7
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post #10 of 17
I got my brisbane up to 2.8GHz with the stock vcore, and it was stable, my temps were perfectly fine.

So i just upped the vcore just a tad just because.
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