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Well to that I must say I wont be contributing to that OC table then. I just don't see the need to punish my HW that much.
BTW Who actually uses there hardware @ 100% for three hours???
Well... you can run 15min of 512K FFT's as indication of stable IMC/RAM.
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Well... you can run 15min of 512K FFT's as indication of stable IMC/RAM.
That I can live with.
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Ok guys now that I have my board back and can work on a new OC I figured its time to get a chart together!

So post me your highest stable overclock using the following template

CPU -
Clock Speed -
Bios Version -
VCore -
NB Speed -
NB Voltage -
HT Link -
Bus -
Multi -
Ram Speed -
Any any other info you feel like including. CPU Validadion would be good and proof of stability so 3+ Hours Prime95.

Ill get to work on it when I get in this evening!
Here's mine..

CPU - Phenom X2 550 --> Phenom X4 B50
Clock Speed - 3.8 GHz Fully Stable
Bios Version - 1.5b4
VCore - 1.467 (bios) --> 1.47x (cpu-z)
NB Speed - 2.6 GHz
NB Voltage - forgot (i think +1 step from auto)
HT Link - 2.6 GHz
Bus - 200
Multi - 19
Ram Speed - 1600 MHz (8-7-6-15*1T)

check the attachment for proof..
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i submitted this at xs yesterday, might try a re-run but for the time being here's mine

CPU - Phenom II X3 720
Clock Speed - 3910 mhz
Bios Version - 1.5b1
VCore - 1.488
NB Speed - 2606 mhz
NB Voltage - 1.35
HT Link - 2133 mhz
Bus - 237
Multi - 16.5
Ram Speed - 632 mhz (7-7-7-20 1T)

Prime blend test 30mins


Edited by ridn3y - 8/30/09 at 7:32pm
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So, I've got a question, I did some searching and didn't really find the answer I'm looking for.

So I'm new to over clocking again. It's been a long time! I was able to successfully flash my bios to the latest version (1.5b4 I believe) without bricking my motherboard. That was a heart attack inducing experience!

So now I'm wondering, where do I start for overclocking? What settings do I start adjusting? I played around with AMD Overdrive, and that got me a soft OC of 3.7ghz, by adjusting the multiplier to 18.5x but I want to hard OC it, and get this baby REALLY purring. I was able to max out the OC on my 4890, so now I want to get working on the rest of the OC.

Tips, suggestions, and even flames for being a renoob at this are welcome, and mostly appreciated.

Thanks!

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No flaming fom me I know how you feel. These PII's seem to all be different. Luckily the bios theis board has makes It easier as it will show you the adjusted clock speed for CPU, HT, NB and memory. The CPU-NB(IMC) seems to like to be around 2600, while HT seems to like 24000-2600 on mine. The only really good advice I can give you is to do it like you would any OC. Work one component at a time to see how high you can take it then write it down and go on to the next. After you have done that for CPU, CPU-NB(IMC), FSB(HTT), HT, and your Ram you can compare and see where they would intercept for your best results.
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So, I've got a question, I did some searching and didn't really find the answer I'm looking for.

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So now I'm wondering, where do I start for overclocking? What settings do I start adjusting? I played around with AMD Overdrive, and that got me a soft OC of 3.7ghz, by adjusting the multiplier to 18.5x but I want to hard OC it, and get this baby REALLY purring. I was able to max out the OC on my 4890, so now I want to get working on the rest of the OC.

Tips, suggestions, and even flames for being a renoob at this are welcome, and mostly appreciated.

Thanks!

Sabiba
Just take your time and follow eclipseaudio4 advice as thats hit the nail on the head.

Once you get stuck give us a shout and we will see what we can do!
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Well I must say again im impressed. Using the 1.4 bios I have been able to get a stable overclock at 3.8Ghz on my 720 BE. Was just not possible on my other GD-70 with the 1.3 bios.

Not posting my final results yet as I got a lot of tweaking to do also got 2 Asus 4890's headin to me this week to overclock then Ill get in some Vantage scores.

And maybe do my first Super PI runs!
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What pci-e 2.0 slots should i put my 2 4890s in to utilize both at 16x? I haven't built a pc since pci express first came out lol!
Thanks in advance
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What pci-e 2.0 slots should i put my 2 4890s in to utilize both at 16x? I haven't built a pc since pci express first came out lol!
Thanks in advance
1st and 3rd blue slots
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