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HondaGuy, wow these 550BE's are ridiculous. How can these things manage 1.13volts?
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What are some of your guy's scores in Vantage? I'm only getting like 6500 for my CPU score at 3.8GHz.
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1 hr blend doesn't really prove CPU is stable at all

I've had many overclocks that pass blend but fail small fft or vice-versa.
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1 hr blend doesn't really prove CPU is stable at all

I've had many overclocks that pass blend but fail small fft or vice-versa.
Dopamin3, are you referring to OCCT or Prime95? OCCT from what I understand is a lot different from most stress testers. From what I read the application catches errors more efficiently and quicker.
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Dopamin3, are you referring to OCCT or Prime95? OCCT from what I understand is a lot different from most stress testers. From what I read the application catches errors more efficiently and quicker.
I personally always equated the OCCT auto test (medium data set) as a prime95 blend test. It basically would produce the same results. The small data set is pretty much the same as small fft in prime95. I could be wrong on this but this is what I've read before and from personal experiences.

I can run a small data set fine, but if my memory not playing well with CPU/NB, I fail medium data set. If I pass medium data set with low clocked ram and low NB speeds, I can fail the small data set. Ideally small data set is a good starting point because it lets you know if the CPU is stable. Blend/Medium data set just reinforces that your CPU + Memory + NB are playing well together.
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Hey guys, can't seem to get 4.0 so I'm gonna stick to 3.9...
My question is can I overclock my nb manually without raising the fsb?
My mother board does support me upping or lowering it manually but would it be stable without upping fsb for desired nb clock?I plan to have at least 2400mhz of nb clock...
I've noticed that performance doesn't change much just over clocking the CPU... My 3.9 is stable and I would like to mannually up the nb by at least another 300mhz... I know then I'll see a big difference on performance
thanks guys
ps: will try and post my steppings and verification asap as I'm using a mobile device to browse the net...
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Use LinX or Intel Burn Test, I find them much faster and more accurate. Run 20 or more tests and it will indicate if your system is stable.

Seriously, I find Prime95 and OCCT takes way too long and a waste of time and not too mention a waste of electricity.
    
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Originally Posted by ocfanboy View Post
Hey guys, can't seem to get 4.0 so I'm gonna stick to 3.9...
My question is can I overclock my nb manually without raising the fsb?
My mother board does support me upping or lowering it manually but would it be stable without upping fsb for desired nb clock?I plan to have at least 2400mhz of nb clock...
I've noticed that performance doesn't change much just over clocking the CPU... My 3.9 is stable and I would like to mannually up the nb by at least another 300mhz... I know then I'll see a big difference on performance
thanks guys
ps: will try and post my steppings and verification asap as I'm using a mobile device to browse the net...

up your nb multi to like 11x or 12x jobs a gud'un
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Thread Starter 
Just thought I'd stop in and see if anything needed to be updated on the list or any new postings with stable overclocks have gone undetected(by me)
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Hey guys, can't seem to get 4.0 so I'm gonna stick to 3.9...
My question is can I overclock my nb manually without raising the fsb?
My mother board does support me upping or lowering it manually but would it be stable without upping fsb for desired nb clock?I plan to have at least 2400mhz of nb clock...
I've noticed that performance doesn't change much just over clocking the CPU... My 3.9 is stable and I would like to mannually up the nb by at least another 300mhz... I know then I'll see a big difference on performance
thanks guys
ps: will try and post my steppings and verification asap as I'm using a mobile device to browse the net...
im stuck at 3.9 aswell sucks!
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