Originally Posted by sendblink23
well you want 4ghz 2.6nb blah etc .. which is stupidly easy according since you have my same chip
use any of these two that i use 24/7....
244x16.5 - cpu voltage (v): 1.46v
nb x11 - cpu-nb voltage (v): 1.25v
ht x9 - leave auto the voltage(the same goes for everything else)
2. again same voltage settings
200(you may use 201)x20
Your Ram set it at the recommended rated settings - or overclock them if you want.. that is your choice - as well if you want to go higher on anything else... well play with the settings again its your choice
Now what I posted is what I use stable... if you can do it on lower voltage great if you need more.. then increase them... don't forget to always stress test(prime95 *Blend 2-3 hrs or more is good enough, IBT more than 20 runs on Maximum, linX using *All button pressed more than 20 passes) to insure its stable for you
Greatly appreciated! I'll try those numbers.
Can you be more specific on number 1?
I already tried to read through some guides for OC, but didn't do so well because there are too many guides and some of them are outdated.
I understand the first line "244x16.5 - cpu voltage (v): 1.46v"
"244mhz CPU NB FSB frequency" (from 200mhz)
"16.5 multiplier" (This is where I have a little bit of trouble). This is the CPU Ratio right?
"CPU voltage (V) 1.46v" (very easy to understand)
"11x NB" Is this the CPU-NB ratio?
"ht x9" Hyperthreading link speed set to x9
P.S. I just recently upgraded to better RAM, video cards and monitors. Need to push this baby a bit. I don't really want to push my system overclocking ability to the max, just hovering around 4ghz and under 60C full load is fine with me.Edited by Waterox - 12/20/10 at 5:04am