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post #1021 of 4653
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Originally Posted by overclockerfx View Post
What kind of voltages were in use?
U can see in the spi run. It's 1.456v idle(probably 1.44-45 load and about 1.51-1.52 bios-biiig vdrop). The temp limited me...the motherboard screamed during boot for abt 6 secs because of the temp protection. I'm sure it could go much higher with a TRUE because the voltage could go much higher for a suicide run.
Congrats glussier!
Edited by andrei80 - 1/10/09 at 1:49am
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@glussier

No fair , why does setfsb app work on your rig and not on mine?! Do i need to set the clock generator manually?
    
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Lol, alls fair in love and war.... and PC hardware
    
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@glussier

No fair , why does setfsb app work on your rig and not on mine?! Do i need to set the clock generator manually?
I don't use setfsb, I do all of my settings in the bios.

The set fsb screen I've posted, is from Yomama9388, who overclocked his on dice.
Edited by glussier - 1/10/09 at 8:38am
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wow, lame.

ive never destroyed pc hardware on purpose and then RMA'd it. makes it more expensive for end consumer since the company is shelling out money for the replacement.


SO MUCH FOR MORALS.
I never rma's pc hardware I have destroyed. But, believe it or not, the only hardware I've seen failing were hard-drives.


Here's my new superpie record:


Edited by glussier - 1/10/09 at 8:44am
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this is my highest stable overclock (the memory freq was still at stock during this test)



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=476847
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wow, lame.

ive never destroyed pc hardware on purpose and then RMA'd it. makes it more expensive for end consumer since the company is shelling out money for the replacement.


SO MUCH FOR MORALS.
I"m not going to kill it on purpass. Though, if it just suddenly died I would RMA it.


Memory is the only thing I've ever RMAed from OC, but that's Crucial's fualt for making 2.2v single sided sticks with EPP that would die if you tried to run EPP settings. Now that I have some old school double-sided sticks that I can just put in the freezer when they die, I don't need their RMA anymore. Crucial should suggest freezer to all costumers before issueing RMAs.
    
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this is my highest stable overclock (the memory freq was still at stock during this test)



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=476847

I hope you are not running at this core voltage setting 24/7, your cpu won't last long. 1.584v idling in windows, you must have set 1.6vcore in bios or a little more.
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Ouch! Yeah. Some fairly ad hoc testing by me over the course of my OC adventure has led to the following:

1. Enabling LLC (Line Load Conditionign) on my mobo actually screwed up my overclocks more.
2. Manually setting the voltage, same deal.
3. Conclusion? Leave LLC set at Auto and same deal for the applied CPU voltage. Result: a stable OC at 3 GHz with a 240 MHz FSB. Modest? Certainly, but given that I'm not an overclocking veteran (My last sustained OC was cranking a Celeron-566 to 850 which lasted for a year before it finally killed itself), I'm happy.

So @^Son_Gokou08, you might find that leaving your motherboard's settings on "Auto" might give you that overclock at a lower voltage, prolonging your CPU's life and lowering your heat output as well.
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yeah, im not using it 24/7. it's just a suicide run. my 24/7 OC is 3.8Ghz which runs at 1.45v. "safe enough". and im getting a new CPU soon anyway. i just bought this for me to have something to use temporarily
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