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I top out at 52*C with my mega.

IMHO as long as your not red you should be fine.

what programs do you use to test the stability of your ram. I know prime95 blend test

do you get the same results using memtest86+? and some SuperPi?

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NB freq is the IMC. kinda confusing I know.
In theory a touch of NB voltage and 1.3-1.35 CPU-NB voltage for higher NB/IMC/CPU-NB freq's and more throughput aka faster/better scores.

Check attach for cpu-z shots and exp's
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NB freq is the IMC. kinda confusing I know.
In theory a touch of NB voltage and 1.3-1.35 CPU-NB voltage for higher NB/IMC/CPU-NB freq's and more throughput aka faster/better scores.

Check attach for cpu-z shots and exp's
okay I'm understanding it now, I found my max NB freq and max RAM speed at 9-9-9-24 1T

that's with a multiplier 216x16 3.456ghz

NB 2808mhz
RAM Freq 864mhz

now in your experience would it be better to put the FSB down to 200 and clock the multiplier and then set my NB and and leave my ram freq at 800mhz, to get better stable clocks and better temps

or should I just add a good multiplier right now and have better performance
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usually the higher FSB/HTT/reference clock is the "better" way to go as you can get more throughput that way. 24/7 I back my speeds down but when benching I usually run ~250 FSB/HTT/reference depending on what I am trying to do.

EDIT: what vcore are you using? You should be able to get a much higher core speed.
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I set my vcore to 1.5 to make it easier later. But I know ar 3.9ghz 1.5v I'm error free from prime95 small fft for 6 hours, so at that CPU speed is stable for me anything higher than 3.960 I'm crashing when stressing.

I backed down a notch on those nb feqs i posted earlier as I was getting errors on prime95 blend
Edited by phaseshift - 11/26/09 at 12:33pm
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OK, I would start with everything at stock(unless you need to turn something up for it to run)(except ram timings) and try 1.5vcore 243FSB/HTT(going to call it HTT from now on) 16X multi and see if you can get in. if so Prime that for a while.

edit hold on.

EDIT: set your HT multi to 8x and CPU-NB to 10x and drop ram to at or below spec.
or even stick with what you have and just change to 16*243 while lowering multi's so that they are about equal to what you know is stable.(NB/HT/RAM)

EDIT: what are your temp like @ 1.5?
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OK, I would start with everything at stock(unless you need to turn something up for it to run)(except ram timings) and try 1.5vcore 243FSB/HTT(going to call it HTT from now on) 16X multi and see if you can get in. if so Prime that for a while.

edit hold on.

EDIT: set your HT multi to 8x and CPU-NB to 10x and drop ram to at or below spec.
or even stick with what you have and just change to 16*243 while lowering multi's so that they are about equal to what you know is stable.(NB/HT/RAM)

EDIT: what are your temp like @ 1.5?
what will this do?
post #2358 of 9641
is this motherboard good ?

i'm thinking which mobo to buy UD5P or MSI 790FX-GD70 ?
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my temps right now are at 3.884ghz 1.5v are hovering around 57-59C
post #2360 of 9641
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OK, I would start with everything at stock(unless you need to turn something up for it to run)(except ram timings) and try 1.5vcore 243FSB/HTT(going to call it HTT from now on) 16X multi and see if you can get in. if so Prime that for a while.

edit hold on.

EDIT: set your HT multi to 8x and CPU-NB to 10x and drop ram to at or below spec.
or even stick with what you have and just change to 16*243 while lowering multi's so that they are about equal to what you know is stable.(NB/HT/RAM)

EDIT: what are your temp like @ 1.5?
I tried these settings and my temps are at 55-57C
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