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Edit: I think LLC on and upping the multi to 9 will let you get there with less v-core. Don't worry about 1:1 on ram---underclock it a little . You will get better results. Faster CPU trumps 1:1 Ram
9x533 would set him at 4797MHz which will need considerably more vcore.
    
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Just noticed you got your third flame there denny, congrats.

Edit:@Green thing you are trying to get 4.53 stable. This is not an easy task. What are your ambient temps? What is your process of elimination? What have you had stable so far?
My point being is we can help, but you can't just plug in others #'s. So what have you done to try and get it sable?
Edited by NoGuru - 10/29/09 at 9:59am
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9x533 would set him at 4797MHz which will need considerably more vcore.
Right you are --I meant for him to lower the FSB and raise the multi to get the same clock. I just wasn't clear on that in my post. I have found that higher CPU multi and lower FSB on the board gets the desired speed with less voltage

Thanks NoG--the 250 mark must be the point where it changes---Ya 4.53 is going to be a tough nut to crack for green thing
Edited by dennyb - 10/29/09 at 10:04am
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my ambient temp is <26°C Airconditioned room
I need a 533x8.5 to optimize my ram and 50% OC
for me to be able to use it for video editing video renderrings autocad designs etc etc
and of course for intense gaming! hehehe


I know its a hard task but pls help me.. sorry if im asking too much...

here is my latest..
i was able to finished 3dmark06 @ default
and right now im testing it for a 5 hour orthos stability test and hope its stable enough






FYI: right now @ 100% load orthos the temp is 65°C (cooled by Modified V8)
Edited by TheGreenThing - 10/29/09 at 10:15am
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Its definitely a lot of hit or miss... NoGuru... I've hit 4.8ghz stable now for overclock/benching purposes... I'm running at 4ghz (500x8) as my constant though...

listen to NoGuru, his name is misleading

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damn it! its unstable! it stated that there is an error detected on core # 0


pls advice..
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Ok fair enough. I would still say your vcore is to high. Bring it down a little and play with the term.
For 4.5 stable this is what I run.

500 X 9 = 4.50
LLC on
vcore 1.38
term1.34
PLL 1.57
cpu ref .848
MCH 1.30
MCH ref .788

Keep in mind I only lose 66mhz on the ram but that is not much difference in performance.
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Right you are --I meant for him to lower the FSB and raise the multi to get the same clock. I just wasn't clear on that in my post. I have found that higher CPU multi and lower FSB on the board gets the desired speed with less voltage

Thanks NoG--the 250 mark must be the point where it changes---Ya 4.53 is going to be a tough nut to crack for green thing
yep thats very true.using 9x500@4500 needs less vcore
than 8.5x530@4505. my E8400 needs 1.29v for 9x500
and 1.32v-1.34v for 8.5x530.
Edited by radaja - 10/29/09 at 10:23am
    
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Ok fair enough. I would still say your vcore is to high. Bring it down a little and play with the term.
For 4.5 stable this is what I run.

500 X 9 = 4.50
LLC on
vcore 1.38
term1.34
PLL 1.57
cpu ref .848
MCH 1.30
MCH ref .788

Keep in mind I only lose 66mhz on the ram but that is not much difference in performance.
testing it right now...


oh and how much voltage should i input on the MCH/DRAM voltage?
Edited by TheGreenThing - 10/29/09 at 10:43am
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testing it right now...


oh and how much voltage should i input on the MCH/DRAM voltage?



ERROR DETECTED on CORE # 0


im losing my hope...



i just wanted to have a 4500MHz C2D...
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