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I doubt that his actual voltage was 1.53v unless it a golden chip but i have heard others say that the phenom II's actually Almost crave cooler temps.


Either way a Proper WC'ing setup will definantly help your OC.
It's very probable his voltage was indeed that b/c these phenom II's respond much better to cold than voltage.
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It's very probable his voltage was indeed that b/c these phenom II's respond much better to cold than voltage.
That would be cool if it was that voltage.

Either way he /they did an awesome job


I wish i had mine....I would have brought the hole rig outside last week lol
Edited by XxBeNigNxX - 1/20/09 at 12:12pm
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What memory are you using? I'm trying to find something new for this board that will boot @ 1066. Thinking corsair dominator's
I'm Using OCZ 4gig's 1066mhz reaper kit. Works nicely but not with a big cpu fan couse of the heatpipes.
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Hmmm might consult my bible or motherboard manual to see what works.
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4.758GHz @ 1.608v under Windows XP 32-bit

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=489008
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I may install XP Lite 32-Bit and do a 1.65V+ suicide shot some time this week.
    
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I decided what I'm going to do is increase the voltages and keep it at 3.64 GHz. Then, I can see the load temps, know it won't crash, and just make sure I keep the CPU under 60C or so. Then, when I find my max voltage, I will try to increase the FSB again.
    
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dude max temp is 62 on this chip so be carefull

-edit sorry just relized u had 920. not sure what max temp is
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OK, I pushed CPU Volts beyond 1.6V and still couldn't get 3.7 GHz stable. So, I guess my wall is a real wall unless I go water or something later. I have class in a few minutes, so no time to Prime95, but here's a screenshot all the same.
I'm gonna wait to update yours until your give me the green light on stability. Just to make sure...

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Well I'm new to overclocking, I've just been doing it for a month or 2.
Here are my results so far. I have tried 3.7 on 1.5 vcore but it wasn't stable for long. I'm getting my friends mobo Friday A Asus Crosshair II formula.
( He's going for the i7 ) Maybe I get better luck on that one.
Gonna try some more tonight. And I've read somewhere that PhII Overclocks
better on the FSB....is this true?

B.T.W every volt setting except the vcore is stock on my board.
Got you on the list! I'll guess that you didn't take down your stepping info...? And if you could let me know what your BIOS version is that would be cool. As for the OC, why not give a little more voltage to some of your other areas...? If it helps others OC, it may help you. That's why we have the database, to see what worked for other people!

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4.758GHz @ 1.608v under Windows XP 32-bit

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=489008
Seeing as you went from 4600 = 23x 200 @ 1.65v to 4758 = 19.5x 244 @ 1.608v when I get my rig set up today I think my main OC focus will be on a high reference clock for my max OC... that's quite the difference in voltage for a higher overall clock. But beautiful work man! We all know how much work you're putting into your OCing, and its a great addition to this database!!! Oh yeah, BTW, what phase system are you using? Just curious... (If I can afford one I may be tempted...)

And as for me, have to get the truck running (battery drained over night), go buy a few things (need a second power strip and a few other things for the apartment since the ex-gf moved out this last weekend), and get started on the new rig. Database will be updated in a few, but I may not be checking as often once I get to working on the new rig.
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my max multi apears to be x18 so i guess im going to have to up the fsb and lower the multi. Any sugestions for the HT and Nb settings? should i drop them or increase them?
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