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post #2611 of 3081
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Originally Posted by THC Butterz View Post
4ghz is just too easy on amd these days, I have had this cpu and mobo running for aproximately 5 minutes before I broke 4ghz (
I have to agree with you, I bought my C2 955 off of a buddy for cheap, and I have NEVER run it at stock speed. Even with the initial boot up I knocked up the multiplier a few notches.

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I'd say level off the multi to stock then shoot for 4ghz if you want more of a challenge,admittedly its probably not that much more difficult,though balancing the ram at the same time adds a little depth to the challenge
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I'd say level off the multi to stock then shoot for 4ghz if you want more of a challenge,admittedly its probably not that much more difficult,though balancing the ram at the same time adds a little depth to the challenge
not very much, considering the memory controller in AM3 chips is only rated up to 1600, but overclocking ram is a bit harder ill agree, but not all that dificult, esp if you know what the XMP is on them
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xmp is for intel,alot of amd mobo's wont even read it.
and it doesnt really bear a great deal of relevance for amd setups where lower latency is of more use than highest frequencies.
Whats the relevance of the 1600 stock IMC?
overclocking does what it says on the tin
im not totally convinced that there isnt some circuitry on the motherboard that limits the mileage of ram wether that be power delivery or whatever:
i had a pair of 2gb 1600 cas8 sticks and i used the same cpu and psu in both (amd chipset)mobos,but one mobo allowed 7-8-8 18xxmhz and the other mobo only went to 17xx 8-8-8 even when trying to replicate the settings.
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I'd say level off the multi to stock then shoot for 4ghz if you want more of a challenge,admittedly its probably not that much more difficult,though balancing the ram at the same time adds a little depth to the challenge
Oddly enough, that's my current clock... 16x250.
555BE is 3.2GHz stock, 16x200.

*ponders shooting for more...*

Edit: I need a benchmarking tool, so I can see if it's any faster this way...
Edit 2: It *is* better, I dropped .12 volts from my core this way round.
Edited by allikat - 10/1/11 at 10:55am
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