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Hi there,

Gonna be away for a week guys so won't be updating - if someone would like to update till next Wednesday, that would be great + rep to anyone who does.
post #532 of 6432
Well I primed my X3 720 BE for 8 1/2 hours @ 3.5 all 4 cores and temps were 50-51 load.

My 3.5 settings with 4th core unlocked.

Mult. - x15.5
BUS - 226
HT -1808.2
volt -1.48

Now I'm stressing @ 3.6 with 4 cores its been 4 1/2 hours still running. Load temp is 52-53 same volts 1.48.

Report back tomorrow for final results.... I'm happy this is going good now.
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I dont run these settings 24/7, actually, i rarely ever do. Im quite happy at 3.37ghz 1.32v 250fsb 13.5x.

- Clock Speed - 3.750
- Bus xMulti - 250 x 15
- RAM Speed - 1000Mhz (5-5-5-12)
- Vcore - 1.5
- HT Link - 2000
- Motherboard - ASrock 780gxe 128m
- Chipset - AMD 780
- CPU Cooling - xigmatek 1283

Stress tested in prime for 1.5 hours. Temps never got above 40c with ambient air at 22-23c.



Edit - It was fairly easy to catch on with the pII 720 since i came from a kuma 7750 which was more temperamental. I think both are great buget processors, just i jumped a few steps up the ladder(maybe more than a few ).
Edited by wraeththu - 4/17/09 at 12:45am
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Originally Posted by Bartmasta View Post
I should get 3.5 then

thanks

too bad about the 4th core :/
3.6 is almost a guarantee for 720BE's, unless you have a really unlucky chip or a really bad board.

Mine unlocks and I leave it locked on purpose... it runs cooler and uses slightly less power, and I don't have to have the vcore as high since my fourth core takes more volts to be stable at 3.6... plus there is essentially zero difference in gaming with 3 vs. 4 cores

With only three cores enabled I can run my Scythe infinity fully passive (no fan at all, even at load), and it stays cool to the touch.

I LOVE this chip... one of the best I've ever had.
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Hi there,

Gonna be away for a week guys so won't be updating - if someone would like to update till next Wednesday, that would be great + rep to anyone who does.
I will have some spare time, PM me.
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Originally Posted by wraeththu View Post
I dont run these settings 24/7, actually, i rarely ever do. Im quite happy at 3.37ghz 1.32v 250fsb 13.5x.

- Clock Speed - 3.750
- Bus xMulti - 250 x 15
- RAM Speed - 1000Mhz (5-5-5-12)
- Vcore - 1.5
- HT Link - 2000
- Motherboard - ASrock 780gxe 128m
- Chipset - AMD 780
- CPU Cooling - xigmatek 1283

Stress tested in prime for 1.5 hours. Temps never got above 40c with ambient air at 22-23c.



Edit - It was fairly easy to catch on with the pII 720 since i came from a kuma 7750 which was more temperamental. I think both are great buget processors, just i jumped a few steps up the ladder(maybe more than a few ).
your side bar would have looked much better like this

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your side bar would have looked much better like this
I agree!
Care to share?
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I agree!
Care to share?
sure...but it takes some time as you have to customize everything yourself..

I dloaded the everest sidebar icon (not the one that comes with everest). enable all sensors you want the go to side bar gadget settings and sett everything how you want it, colors, length of bars, font size etc
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Nice OC i want to learning too

Thank you all..
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sure...but it takes some time as you have to customize everything yourself..

I dloaded the everest sidebar icon (not the one that comes with everest). enable all sensors you want the go to side bar gadget settings and sett everything how you want it, colors, length of bars, font size etc
WOW! It is very extensive. Looks like i will be busy with this for a while.

Thanks a bunch!
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