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Guys !..

I am back..
I got a NEW overclock.

Please tell me what I should push HIGHER next...

This is what I did...
Set system FSB back to 200
Changed Multiplyer to X 19 = 3800
NB FSB to 2400
HT to 2400

... Below is a picture..
Also I changed the memory timming manually (to what ever it says on it's sticker)

What is the next step?
What can I improve!?

Im liking this Mother Board now

Thanks guys
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Welcome to the club dude! Up that CPU-NB to about 2600mhz at about 1.375 v or so to get the ram at max potential. Then see what you can do after that. I hit 2800mhz at about 1.41.

Just changing your multiplier will be a lot easier.
Whoa, those are high voltages for CPU-NB just for those clocks. With my 955 (C2), my 2600mhz only needs about 1.25v, 2700mhz needs 1.3v, 2800mhz needs 1.35v, 2900mhz needs 1.4+v and 3000mhz needs 1.45-1.5v.
    
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post #7523 of 9641
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Guys !..

I am back..
I got a NEW overclock.

Please tell me what I should push HIGHER next...

This is what I did...
Set system FSB back to 200
Changed Multiplyer to X 19 = 3800
NB FSB to 2400
HT to 2400

... Below is a picture..
Also I changed the memory timming manually (to what ever it says on it's sticker)

What is the next step?
What can I improve!?

Im liking this Mother Board now

Thanks guys
Wow I like your RAM. Since it's rated to run 2134mhz, you can probably get away with running it with faster timings (CAS6) while clocking it between 1600-1800mhz. If you have trouble running your 8gigs of RAM at 1600mhz+, you can try backing down to 1333mhz, but with CAS5 timings.

Because you have the C3 stepping for the 955, you can probably overclock up to 4ghz stable. Try 1.45v for 3.9ghz and probably 1.5-1.52v for your 4ghz. But! You WILL need an aftermarket CPU cooler for those higher overclocks though. I recommend the Scythe Mugen 2 or the Coolermaster Hyper 212+ for very cheap, but efficient air cooling.

For your NB-CPU Freq. try to get at least up to 2800mhz, you might need 1.3-1.35v for your NB-CPU voltage. If you didn't know already, OCing this makes your memory and L3 cache run faster/give more bandwidth, so it's very beneficial to get this as close to 3000mhz as you can.

Try to keep your HT Link speed down to 2000mhz, since this hurts your performance (not by much) if you go any higher. I think someone (Mastiffman?) recommended to leave your HT Link voltage at 1.3v for good stability when OCing.

You have a very nice system with great OC potential, good luck!
    
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Wow I like your RAM. Since it's rated to run 2134mhz, you can probably get away with running it with faster timings (CAS6) while clocking it between 1600-1800mhz. If you have trouble running your 8gigs of RAM at 1600mhz+, you can try backing down to 1333mhz, but with CAS5 timings.

Because you have the C3 stepping for the 955, you can probably overclock up to 4ghz stable. Try 1.45v for 3.9ghz and probably 1.5-1.52v for your 4ghz. But! You WILL need an aftermarket CPU cooler for those higher overclocks though. I recommend the Scythe Mugen 2 or the Coolermaster Hyper 212+ for very cheap, but efficient air cooling.

For your NB-CPU Freq. try to get at least up to 2800mhz, you might need 1.3-1.35v for your NB-CPU voltage. If you didn't know already, OCing this makes your memory and L3 cache run faster/give more bandwidth, so it's very beneficial to get this as close to 3000mhz as you can.

Try to keep your HT Link speed down to 2000mhz, since this hurts your performance (not by much) if you go any higher. I think someone (Mastiffman?) recommended to leave your HT Link voltage at 1.3v for good stability when OCing.

You have a very nice system with great OC potential, good luck!

WOW, thankx bro,
Thanks for all that strength...



I got a H70 Hydro installed,
and... so you telling me to go to bios, leave EVERYTHING as is, and change CAS to 6 ? ...

The system is pretty stable, I have been playing SC2, and Crysis at very high settings, Runs beautiful ...

So, the Htt, turn it down? ... the VOLTS are set to AUTO,
should I override that?..

I am a OC noob !....

thx bro !
Plz let me know
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SLi wont work??? WHa



@ Mastiffman: I did not think there was DDR4... But I totally agree at first I really wanted Bulldozer heck this rig was supposed to tide me over till then and then drop in the new chip I just hace a feeling that I would regret the switch because as soon as I did I would find an article about the new AM4 and how AM3+ chips will not work in them......

Yeah I don't know if they will come out with DDR4 but I remember the 939 DDR days and getting a 7900 that had DDR3, thinking "Dam that's some fast ram. I bet they won't come out that for a while". Then 3 years later, Bamb! DDR3 now reaching speeds of 2400mhz. And now that DDR3 is the standard for most, Look at the Videocards now... DDR5! So you know that DDR5 is in the process or on the Back burner if they have it on Graphics cards... It'll happen one day just not sure when...

Watch, in about 5-6 years we'll be with easily OC'd 5-6Ghz 12core Chips Running OC'd to 4ghz CPU-NB and Quad Channel DDR5, 6000mhz 8Gb kits of Ram...

Any thoguht as to why there hasn't been any dual channel 6Gb (3Gb x2) kits? Why would that be so hard to make? it would be a nice medium between 4 and 8..... LOL

Shoot they have 3D Halographic TV's ion the Making that will project the 3D picture in front of the TV itself. That show "The Biggest Loser" has the contestents come out on stage at the end of the show with a Fully 3D Halographic Version of themselves from the beginning of the show! Very cool sttuff in the not so distant future....


Interesting read HERE about he "Future" of Multi Cores CPU's and Memory...
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WOW, thankx bro,
Thanks for all that strength...



I got a H70 Hydro installed,
and... so you telling me to go to bios, leave EVERYTHING as is, and change CAS to 6 ? ...

The system is pretty stable, I have been playing SC2, and Crysis at very high settings, Runs beautiful ...

So, the Htt, turn it down? ... the VOLTS are set to AUTO,
should I override that?..

I am a OC noob !....

thx bro !
Plz let me know
Oh nice, then you'll have no trouble going up to 4ghz at all! Probably 4.1-4.2, if you have a good chip. Also, the voltages for CPU voltage (Not VDD), CPU-NB voltage (also not VDD), RAM voltage, NB voltage, and HT-Link Voltage should be set manually and set Spread Spectrum as Disabled.

If you haven't already, go to the Advanced BIOS menu=>CPU Features(if I got the name wrong, it's the first one of the bottom 4)=>set C1E support to Disable.

If you have any more questions, make sure to read some of the links on the first post of this thread. I can only help with you with what I know about my system and you're gonna need to read/research on your own to get a good sense of how to find the best voltages and OCs for your system.
    
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Any thoguht as to why there hasn't been any dual channel 6Gb (3Gb x2) kits? Why would that be so hard to make? it would be a nice medium between 4 and 8..... LOL
Probably because they are so used to doubling everything that any else in between would be too hard for them.

BTW: I recently started using the OC dial and it's REALLY great for reaching OCs that would normally not boot up. I've barely seen my memory read reach the 11000MB/s, but with the OC dial, I was able to go up to 12000MB/s! I'm happy I can even reach that, even if it's not stable. Even my latencies went down much lower than I've ever seen before.
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Probably because they are so used to doubling everything that any else in between would be too hard for them.

BTW: I recently started using the OC dial and it's REALLY great for reaching OCs that would normally not boot up. I've barely seen my memory read reach the 11000MB/s, but with the OC dial, I was able to go up to 12000MB/s! I'm happy I can even reach that, even if it's not stable. Even my latencies went down much lower than I've ever seen before.

Yes, the OC dial is a pretty neat little innovation. It's great for pushing last normal wals during boot. So is the Multistep OC booster! Will lower your OC until you get abuot 30-45seconds into OS and the pops it back up...
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Man you two guys make me feel all warm and fussy just knowing I Have a mobo that is capable of pusing my CPU to 4.0 w/ease on Air. I have been experiencing a little technicle difficulties lately because of some bad ram but now that it's all worked out I can concentrate of my primary sig'd rig. Most important will be the day when I can come up w/some BAD-AZZ DDR3 RAM...

Then I will be able to noboly participate in asking and answering help questions in this thread as it should be. EclipseAudio has to know what I'm going through not being able to actually test my hardware on this mobo ATM...

I so want to find the limits of my CPU... I so know it's capable of so much more and I want to let it shine...
Edited by N2Gaming - 9/8/10 at 11:40pm
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Man you two guys make me feel all warm and fussy just knowing I Have a mobo that is capable of pusing my CPU to 4.0 w/ease on Air. I have been experiencing a little technicle difficulties lately because of some bad ram but now that it's all worked out I can concentrate of my primary sig'd rig. Most important will be the day when I can come up w/some BAD-AZZ DDR3 RAM...

Then I will be able to noboly participate in asking and answering help questions in this thread as it should be. EclipseAudio has to know what I'm going through not being able to actually test my hardware on this mobo ATM...

I so want to find the limits of my CPU... I so know it's capable of so much more and I want to let it shine...
All the luck to you man! I came here knowing barely anything about overclocking, but thanks to everyone who helped me, I was able to reach speeds I never thought I could reach.

I'm not too sure, but your 700W PSU might be reaching/be over it's limits, so that could be another factor limiting your OC stability. Nvidia cards are always power-hungry and you're running 6 HDDs. Maybe if you know anyone that has a spare higher wattage PSU, you can borrow it and see if it's your PSU.
    
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Intel i5 3570K [Delid] Asrock Z77E-ITX XFX Radeon R9 Fury X G.SKILL 2133MHz 8GB DDR3 
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Crucial M4 256GB Silicon Power S60 120GB Western Digital Blue Scorpio 1TB Seagate Constellation 2 1TB 
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Swiftech Apogee Drive II XSPC RX240+EX240 [Painted White] 5x 2150RPM Gentle Typhoons PWM [Painted Black+W... Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 80 Inline Reservoir  
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Windows 10 LG 34UC88-B 34" Ultrawide 3440x1440 75Hz HP ZR2240w IPS WASD CODE 87-Key [MX Clear + PBT Keycaps] 
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Seasonix X-750 Case Labs Mercury S3 Logitech G502 Sennheiser HD 598 SE 
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