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i don't know how long it takes me to get a nice speed. i don't want to run IBT and Prime all day long because of the temperature in this room.... if it's too much work, you can wait until i finished my oc.
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Got home from work pushed it alittle more am at 3.675ghz right now



- Clock Speed : 3.675ghz
- Bus xMulti : 210 x17.5
- RAM Speed : 420 Mhz
- Vcore : 1.450
- HT Link : 2000
- NB Speed : 2000
- Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-MA770-UD3
- Chipset : ATI RD770
- CPU Cooling : XIGMATEK HDT-S1283
- Number of Core's : 3
- Cpuz Validation : http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=596889
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Added you TwiggLe, Should update within 5 minutes.
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so i tested the power saver profile and looks like its stable with the lowest Vcore i can set in PhenomMsrTweaker:O
at least some cool temps when idle^^
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There are sooo many pages in this thread! I scanned through a bunch of them trying to get an idea of what CPU cooler most of you are using. I am about to purchase this CPU and it will be my first attempt at overclocking so I am looking to start right with a good cooler. Preferably no more than $50 with shipping included, what would you all suggest? Nothing TOO big but it doesn't have to be tiny either.
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There are sooo many pages in this thread! I scanned through a bunch of them trying to get an idea of what CPU cooler most of you are using. I am about to purchase this CPU and it will be my first attempt at overclocking so I am looking to start right with a good cooler. Preferably no more than $50 with shipping included, what would you all suggest? Nothing TOO big but it doesn't have to be tiny either.
I like my Xigmatek Dark Knight
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I like my Xigmatek Dark Knight
How convenient, not only do you have the same case as I do, but pretty much the same mobo I am ordering as well (MA790XT). How is the space/clearance with the cooler in the 590? If you have a picture of it installed inside that would be awesome too
post #3068 of 6432
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i don't know how long it takes me to get a nice speed. i don't want to run IBT and Prime all day long because of the temperature in this room.... if it's too much work, you can wait until i finished my oc.
No, i got it. Sometimes people will put up another like an hour afterwards and I wanted to make sure you was done tinkering for awhile, you know. You done pretty good you think? A 3.5ghz QUAD for $119! How do you like your setup? The 720 is really a fun chip to play with.

Have any of you see the phenom 550 club? Well OCN finally got one. It took awhile but here it is infancy:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/52...-550-club.html
there is one guy who got his 550 unlocked to 4 cores and is running at 4128mhz with NB over 2800! he is on water but still thats pretty amassing!
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Here is where I ended up, fully stable.
A X4 965 for an X3 720 that cost me $110.

Seems the BioStar TA790GX 128M can't go above 1600 HT Link.
Their support said something about the motherboard being single power plane.
Sucks, but nothing to complain about after getting a 600Mhz overclock and a free core.

Note: I could get 4 Cores to 3.5Ghz, but would cost 1.488v on CPU.
But that does not seem worth it when I can get 3.4Ghz for 1.440v on CPU.


Edited by hexcode99 - 7/2/09 at 7:46pm
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Originally Posted by spidermohmd1 View Post
make it 17.5x200 and voltage = 1.45
Not on a stock cooler I won't.

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He might not need that much voltage. I'm running a x17 multi with 1.375 on the BIOS (although it reads as 1.36 on cpu-z).
Can I manage 3.6GHz with a moderate increase in voltage, like 1.35?

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Originally Posted by kromar View Post
wow 53° on the core is a lot... i would get a better cooler
I thought 53C after 3 hours of 3 instances of Prime 95 blend is a pretty good temp? Am I wrong?

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Dont forget the format, it makes things much easier, Then i will add you:

- Clock Speed
- Bus xMulti
- RAM Speed
- Vcore
- HT Link
- NB Speed
- Motherboard
- Chipset
- CPU Cooling
- Number of Core's
- Cpuz Validation
Will do:

Clock Speed: 3214MHz
Bus xMulti: 209x16
RAM Speed: 803MHz (1600 effective)
Vcore: 1.312V
HT Link: 2008Mhz
NB Speed: what is this?
Motherboard: Gigabyte 790XT-UD4P
Chipset: 790X
CPU Cooling: Stock
Number of Core's: 3
Cpuz Validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=596521
Edited by Afrodisiac - 7/2/09 at 8:09pm
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