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I ran geekbench on my Linux with the normal overclock that I use. It ran on 32 bit mode(64 bit needs a purchase)

http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/1998992

Is it good?

Never tried geekbench. What your cinebench score?
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Cinebench 11.5 score is 1.96 with two cores.
Single Core is 0.99
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I get 1.54 in Cinebench @ 3.77GHz with my Semp, could go higher.
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I get 2.37 at 4.1Ghz.
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Here you go! biggrin.gif

Sempron X2 190 Regor Core @ 4.31GHz



And heres 4.4GHz



I did manage 4.5GHz but I crashed out.
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Here you go! biggrin.gif

Sempron X2 190 Regor Core @ 4.31GHz



And heres 4.4GHz



I did manage 4.5GHz but I crashed out.
Wow. That's amazing. Your vcore is really low. I need 1.61v for 4.1Ghz frown.gif What cooler are you using?
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I'm on Water Cooling, XSPC Rasa.

Max CPU temp load is around 37-41C and I can get the idle voltage as low as 0.8V using Phenom MSR Tweaker, I can reduce it even lower than that though.
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I'm on Water Cooling, XSPC Rasa.

Max CPU temp load is around 37-41C and I can get the idle voltage as low as 0.8V using Phenom MSR Tweaker, I can reduce it even lower than that though.
Ohh that explains how you manage you get such a good overclock smile.gif. I'm using the stock Phenom II x4 955. Got it when my friend got his new Hyper TX3.
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hello guys, I am having a big doubt that I don't see how to elucidate. I recently bought a SSD Kingston V300 120 Gb. Before this one, I was using a HHD Hitachi IDE (yes I was still on IDE). With that HDD I managed to overclock my CPU to a bus speed of 245 MHz, But now I can't even get to 225 that it doesn't want to post. I am right now at 220. But as soon as I want to take it 225 it won't post. I don't know what's happening. Could you please give me any hint?

I have also passed Memtest 86, Memetest 86+, HCIdesign MemeTest, AIDA64, all of them with the system overclocked before the SSD installation. And all of them passed after SSD installation with stock values from the system. So, taking all those tests into consideration, the system seems to be ok, but now I can’t go pass the 220 MHz bus speed… that’s unbelievable and inexplicable to my little knowledge.


My system:
Mobo ASUS M5A88 V EVO
Athlon II 270 stock 3.40 GHz now it's at 3740
Artic cooling Freezer A30
ASUS 7770 Direct CU 1 GB
Kingston Memory 8GB RAM 1333 MHz (2 modules 4GBs)
SSD 120GB Kingston V300
Maximum temperature with Prime95 42ºC after 17 Hours

Here I leave you some pictures

Before SSD Installation
overclocked to 240 MHz 13H50 hours test - http://imageshack.us/a/img401/4297/prime95at240mhz13h50min.jpg

Before Installing the SSD I reset to stock values in the BIOS
Stock values at 200 MHz 24H00 hours test - http://imageshack.us/a/img20/4464/prime95ssdstockvalues24.jpg
overclocked to 220 MHz 17H00 hours test - http://imageshack.us/a/img842/6724/prime95ssdcpuat220mhz17.jpg
Edited by rub73 - 6/10/13 at 2:43pm
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Just until recently I had same processor on MY GA-870 UD3 MB and it run at 4,1 GHz 24/7 at very low temps. The only problem was Kingston memory that wouldn't go past 1605 MHz so had to lover it down to 1333 before starting OC. Fail to see what an SSD would have to do with OC unless your PCI frequency is not locked and went too far. I too have an v300 SSD too and it does not get in the way of OC. 248 MHz on NB was already too unstable without raising voltage on it. I was reluctant to raise voltage on the NB because it was already running hot on Gigabyte MB. So check if PCI frequency is getting too high for some reason.
Edited by MishelLngelo - 6/10/13 at 12:07pm
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