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post #411 of 2829
Well Crap, i want my stable overclock volts to be at 1.5 if i can.....that means i should probably set it in bios at 1.45-47, also whats everyone getting on temps mine is at 35c idle and about 60c Prime
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Originally Posted by Mich_Wellington View Post
Well i am just curious to know why my vCore is so high when i have it set at 1.55.....is the asus power management on this board THAT bad?

BTW, nice to meet everyone here
I have a asus m3n-ht deluxe and when i overclock the fsb above 235 i get a extra 0.1 volt vcore so if i then set 1.4 in the bios i get 1.5120. And therefor my max is not 1.55 like i sad earlier but 1.66. It's just when i use the fsb to overclock I can't even get 3.6ghz stable. and I know about lowering all the multi's. Everything above 214 (fsb) is just unstable on this board.
BTW: Temps are normal llok at my previous pics to see load temps and idle temps.
idle is 32/33 load is 56/57

I have a question....I have a cpu nb voltage and a NB chip voltage.
If I raise the NB, I raise the cpu NB voltage.
Do I have to raise the chip voltage 2?
And I have a NF200 chip voltage?
Like I sad I'm kinda new 2 this.....
Edited by Vegeta Rage - 1/22/09 at 10:24am
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post #413 of 2829
Got my NB @ 2800mhz

So far...
Cpu @ 3.8 ghz
MP x19, 200mhz
NB chip voltage 1.3 (Raised it just to be save. doesn''t seem to affect temps much)
CPU NB Voltage 1.45
CPU NB @ 2800
HT @ 1800 Stock volts
Ram @ 1066 5-5-5-18
Added My vantage score...

BTW: Fried My 4 gig's of ocz using my old 2 gigs now....2x 1gig 1066
will get 4 gig G.E.I.L 1066 tomorrow, 2getter with my Mobo.

Edited by Vegeta Rage - 1/22/09 at 10:19am
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ive noticed fx boards are far superior to gx boards in overclocking on x64 based systems, loving the new clocks im able to attain now, i have had it over 4.5 however not stable enough, need to drop temps more to do it.

everything on these chips is about keeping it cold. not to cold, but cold enough to stay in the stable range.
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Bios Revision: 930
NB Voltage: 1.4
HT Voltage: 1.36
CPU-NB Voltage: 1.4

just a small update so all the info on the main page is correct.
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Originally Posted by Shadows Renegade View Post
Bios Revision: 930
NB Voltage: 1.4
HT Voltage: 1.36
CPU-NB Voltage: 1.4

just a small update so all the info on the main page is correct.
What are your NB and HT set @?
And Dude 4.5 is awesome!!
Is it game stable?
Edited by Vegeta Rage - 1/22/09 at 10:25am
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Got my NB @ 2800mhz

So far...
Cpu @ 3.8 ghz
MP x19, 200mhz
NB chip voltage 1.3 (Raised it just to be save. doesn''t seem to affect temps much)
CPU NB Voltage 1.45
CPU NB @ 2800
HT @ 1800 Stock volts
Ram @ 1066 5-5-5-18
Added My vantage score...

BTW: Fried My 4 gig's of ocz using my old 2 gigs now....2x 1gig 1066
will get 4 gig G.E.I.L 1066 tomorrow, 2getter with my Mobo.
My temps sit around 43-55loaded how bout you/everyone?
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What are you loading it with? i see a huge diff in temps if i'm running a different kind of load, with prime after a 30 min run today i was sitting at 53c, but with 3DMark Vantage after 2-3 runs followed by a gaming session of COD4 and COH (about 2 hours) i'm sitting at 44c.

my settings for these temps are 211 ref. clock and 19x multiplier at a 1.50vCore
Netting a 4.0Ghz


yesterday i was at 62c with a 210 ref. clock and a 18x multiplier at a 1.6vCore for a 3.7Ghz

i think i am going to do some more benches tonight after work and post some screen shots.....if i can get 4ghz stable with a vCore of 1.5 i think ill leave that as a 24/7 OC

Just Curious, in your guys opinion is this a safe voltage and temp range for a everyday OC?
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my max temp was 59 on occt last night. it usualy creaps around 50-53 whilst gaming.
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Originally Posted by Shadows Renegade View Post
everything on these chips is about keeping it cold. not to cold, but cold enough to stay in the stable range.
I'm going to have to slightly disagree here. The chips do love the cold, but you can not get them cold enough. The colder you get these things the more frequency and stability you will achieve @ lower voltages.
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