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CPU stepping info:

HDZ940XCJ4DGI
CACVC AC 0850DPCW
9074692L80398

Air cooling, as per sig.

cpu-z: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=485363

Only at stock right now, and I was testing how far it could go on default multi's with only a multi change. Going to do some proper oc'ing now, I think 3.6 stable will be possible on stock volts.

Great work putting up the list btw!
Thanks! And nice OC on stock voltages!! About to update...
    
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so u just uped the multi? nothing else? droped your ram? anything?
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Phenom II X4 940 BE
- CPU stepping: CACVC AC 0848FPAW
- Revision: RB-C2
- 3500MHz (250x14 @ 1.425V)
- Northbridge clock: 2500MHz (250x10 @ 1.25V)
- HT-Link: 2250MHz (250x9 @ 1.2V)
- Asus M3A79-T Deluxe
- Air (Zalman CNPS9700)


Just got home from work, going to start playing with the northbridge. I done had one crash, the damn thing starting making a loud screeching sound, my Dad even jump up to see what it was...
Edited by Gen - 1/15/09 at 5:59pm
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Phenom II X4 940 BE
- CPU stepping: CACVC AC 0848FPAW
- Revision: RB-C2
- 3500MHz (250x14 @ 1.425V)
- Northbridge clock: 2500MHz (250x9 @ 1.25V)
- HT-Link: 2250MHz (250x9 @ 1.2V)
- Asus M3A79-T Deluxe
- Air (Zalman CNPS9700)


Just got home from work, going to start playing with the northbridge. I done had one crash, the damn thing starting making a loud screeching sound, my Dad even jump up to see what it was...
I'm about to leave for class and then work, so I'll update tomorrow...
    
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I'm about to leave for class and then work, so I'll update tomorrow...
I'm getting ready to do a 3DMark06 test and see if it goes up from an extra 250MHz from the NB. Prime95 has been running for about 15 minutes with no problems, so hopefully it's stable. Usually if it does crash within the first few minutes for me, it usually marks longer runs also, so we'll see.
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Just a suggestion: I think yoiu should say HT clock/speed instead of NB clock in the chart- probably less confusing and maybe a little more accurate.
Definitely subscribed to this and awaiting more results as a new PII is my next upgrade most likely. (savin' the moneys)
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4.6GHz @ 1.65v

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=482422

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Just a suggestion: I think yoiu should say HT clock/speed instead of NB clock in the chart- probably less confusing and maybe a little more accurate.
Definitely subscribed to this and awaiting more results as a new PII is my next upgrade most likely. (savin' the moneys)
I don't mean the HT clock... on top of that you have the NB frequency that you can adjust with these chips. Unlike the HT clock (in most cases), the NB clock does affect performance on a more significant level, or so others have shown so far. I know, these advances/changes can get a little confusing. If you see a CPU-Z screen shot of the memory tab with a PhII, in the upper right hand corner there is a NB clock... on other non-Phenom chips this is left blank.


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4.6GHz @ 1.65v

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=482422

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F'n sweet!!! Nice job NC! Gotta run, will update tomorrow!
    
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My latest 3DMark06 run, a 210 point gain from my last run just increasing the NB by 250MHz.

3500MHz (250x14 @ 1.425V)
Northbridge clock: 2500MHz (250x10 @ 1.25V)
HT-Link: 2250MHz (250x9 @ 1.2V)


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Increased NB by another 250MHz and gained only 90 points I think this is the end of the road for me until I get better cooling (new case with better air flow).

Phenom II X4 940 BE
- CPU stepping: CACVC AC 0848FPAW
- Revision: RB-C2
- 3500MHz (250x14 @ 1.425V)
- Northbridge clock: 2750MHz (250x11 @ 1.35V)
- HT-Link: 2250MHz (250x9 @ 1.2V)
- Asus M3A79-T Deluxe Bios Version 0602
- Air (Zalman CNPS9700)


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