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Originally Posted by dennyb View Post
You are not pushing much voltage for the clock you already have,so my guess is you can at least reach the top 10/ 15---go for it

Edit --When you go for a record pull 1 stick of Ram out of the box. It makes it easier to boot high--my 4887 run was on 2 gb Ram---I also ran video card at stock speed- you need to take as much stress off of the board as you can so you can boot high
Ive got a new high

it took a 1.56volts from 1.44volts to get 5 more Mhz. LOL!!!!!!
I wont brag about 5Mhz much but its enough.
That puts my 28th on list from 30th. Ill just leave it at this im prowd i got a crazy clocker, but bummed at the voltage needed for that dam increase >.<

Ya i belive thats what was going on, i dont need that much dam voltage for 5 more Mhz. I will try that tomorrow. Thank you for the tip.
*EDIT*http://www.ripping.org/database.php?cpuid=634 28th highest over clock world record,
I read the rules and you put world records in
Edited by 3volvedcombat - 12/6/09 at 9:21pm
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shoot @ least you got 5 more mhz
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Originally Posted by 3volvedcombat View Post
Ive got a new high

it took a 1.56volts from 1.44volts to get 5 more Mhz. LOL!!!!!!
I wont brag about 5Mhz much but its enough.
That puts my 28th on list from 30th. Ill just leave it at this im prowd i got a crazy clocker, but bummed at the voltage needed for that dam increase >.<

Ya i belive thats what was going on, i dont need that much dam voltage for 5 more Mhz. I will try that tomorrow. Thank you for the tip.
*EDIT*http://www.ripping.org/database.php?cpuid=634 28th highest over clock world record,
I read the rules and you put world records in
Great job, I will add you tomorrow but dennyb is correct it helps a lot to pull out a couple sticks of ram when benching and don't be afraid to bump up MCH.
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I have read the rules, here is my validation http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=865706
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3volvedcombat you forgot to post the validation.

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Wow... judging from the relatively small amount of Phenom II owners with 4ghz overclocks, I guess I'm a lucky guy
OC [in sig, along with CPU-Z validation]: 217x18.5 = 4020mhz, stable
Nothing higher is stable, sadly or maybe my voltages aren't high enough...?
EDIT: Wait, CPU-Z validation rejected? What the heck does that mean?
EDIT: New validation, worked after a few memory settings change
And just to comply with everything and since I did, I read the rules.
Edited by xd_1771 - 12/7/09 at 6:35pm
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4.655Ghz

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=870787

Doing some speed crunching. Im going to try to hit a higher clock just by raising FSB and lowering voltage. I keep thinking that im getting higher raising voltage yet i actually raised the fsb voltage which gave me the improvement. I had it at 1.62volts for the fsb voltage with all the references on normal values.
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1.76v ... wow, that scares me lol.
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Ive got two of them in my sig. E6600 and E4300. I guess youll have to add a spot for the 4300 chips lol.

Proof is in the links. If you want I can post a pic in the post.
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