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post #1071 of 1106
Hey, I should put my x2 220 in here. Do I lose if I unlock the L3 cache? I can't get the extra 2 cores stable (mine's a CACDC), but I can run it with the L3 cache all day long. It should clock higher "locked" though.
post #1072 of 1106
Username: drmrlordx
Stepping: C3
Revision: DA-C3
CPU: Athlon II x2 2220 Regor
CPU Clock: 3952 MHz
HTT Clock: 304 MHz
CPU Multiplier: 13
CPU Voltage: 1.49v
CPU-NB VID: normal
NB Clock: 2736 MHz
NB Voltage: 1.3v (CPU-NB: 1.32v)
HT Link Frequency: 1824 MHz
RAM Speed: DDR3-1621 @ 6-7-6-18 1T
Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70
BIOS Version: 1.A (?)
Cooler: Noctua NH-d14 (100cfm Delta, 100cfm Nidec fans instead of stock)
CPU-Z Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/x9pda7

I think I could push it harder with more vcore and more NB/CPU-NB voltage, but I don't feel like cooking this chip like I did my C2 Sargas. Plus this is with the L3 unlocked (it's a CACDC, with two bad cores I can't get running, but the L3 runs just fine). That's why it shows up as a Phenom II x4 920 in the CPU-z validation.
post #1073 of 1106
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username: S0Fluffy


Name :AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor

Threading :1 CPU - 2 Cores - 2 Threads

Frequency :3107.22 MHz (13.5 * 229.99 MHz)

Architecture :Regor (45 nm)

CPUID / Stepping :F.6.3 / 10.6 (DA-C3)

CPU Extensions :MMX, 3DNow!, SSE, x86-64, AMD-V

Caches :L1 : 128 KB / L2 : 1024 KB

Max. TDP :63.7 Watts

Temperature :21°C

Voltage :1.408 Volts

Type :Stock

Motherboard

Model :ASRock 880GXH/USB3

BIOS :American Megatrends Inc. - P1.20 - 06/24/2010

CPU Socket :Socket AM3 (938)

North Bridge :AMD 880G rev 00

South Bridge :AMD SB700 rev 00

Memory (RAM)

Size :4096 MB

Type :DDR3-920 - Single Channel

Frequency :460.3 MHz (1:2)

Timings :6-6-6-15

Slot #1 Module :Noname - 2048 MB (10700)

Slot #2 Module :Samsung - 2048 MB (10700)

Graphic Card (GPU)

GPU Type :ATI Radeon HD 5770 (850 MHz)

VRAM Size :1024 MB (1200 MHz)

Miscellaneous

Windows Version :Windows 8.1 (6.3) 64-bit

Windows Subver :(Build 9600)

CPU-Z Version :1.71



can anybody tell me if its unlockable??
thanks for the help.
Edited by S0Fluffy - 1/28/15 at 1:27pm
post #1074 of 1106
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username: S0Fluffy


Name :AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor

Threading :1 CPU - 2 Cores - 2 Threads

Frequency :3107.22 MHz (13.5 * 229.99 MHz)

Architecture :Regor (45 nm)

CPUID / Stepping :F.6.3 / 10.6 (DA-C3)

CPU Extensions :MMX, 3DNow!, SSE, x86-64, AMD-V

Caches :L1 : 128 KB / L2 : 1024 KB

Max. TDP :63.7 Watts

Temperature :21°C

Voltage :1.408 Volts

Type :Stock

Motherboard

Model :ASRock 880GXH/USB3

BIOS :American Megatrends Inc. - P1.20 - 06/24/2010

CPU Socket :Socket AM3 (938)

North Bridge :AMD 880G rev 00

South Bridge :AMD SB700 rev 00

Memory (RAM)

Size :4096 MB

Type :DDR3-920 - Single Channel

Frequency :460.3 MHz (1:2)

Timings :6-6-6-15

Slot #1 Module :Noname - 2048 MB (10700)

Slot #2 Module :Samsung - 2048 MB (10700)

Graphic Card (GPU)

GPU Type :ATI Radeon HD 5770 (850 MHz)

VRAM Size :1024 MB (1200 MHz)

Miscellaneous

Windows Version :Windows 8.1 (6.3) 64-bit

Windows Subver :(Build 9600)

CPU-Z Version :1.71



can anybody tell me if its unlockable??
thanks for the help.

According to this list it might http://www.overclock.net/t/1005739/what-unlocks-the-unlockable-cpu-reference-list
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post #1075 of 1106
It would help if we knew your CPU's stepping code, like CADAC AD or CACDC AC or what have you
post #1076 of 1106
post #1077 of 1106
It's printed on the IHS of your CPU.
post #1078 of 1106
hello everyone.. im just overclocking my old cpu amd athlon X2 240 with stock fan..
but i dont know its safe for my pc or not..
i'll take prime95 stress test after this..
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thanks for read my post.. xD
post #1079 of 1106
Depends on the temps, though 3.2 ghz is pretty low for that vcore. You should be able to do 3.2 on much lower voltage.
post #1080 of 1106
Hello!!
I have an AMD Athlon II X2 260 which I have overclocked to 4.32GHz and want to go higher, but can not because it becomes unstable in Prime95 and I actually get BSsOD or BSODs?

So far I have determined that I have enough power, enough cooling, and I have set the HTlink and NBlink frequencies to x9 and x8 to see if this would provide stability. I have also reduced the memory timings and have tried to up the voltage on everything but the chipset (Since I believe this is referring to the south, and not north bridge).

The reason this is frustrating me is that the overclock I have now at 4.32GHz is completely stable (not prime95 for 24hr because I haven't tried it but a solid 8-10hr of gaming without any adverse affects) but when I increase the bus speed any more than 1 (271) it becomes unstable. Also the bus can take it, since I set it to 300 and lowered the multiplier to see what is does.

I read here: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) that CPUs have a minimum bus discharge time, that would limit the absolute maximum overclock, but since others have achieved a higher overclock it can't be this.

And lastly I read in an article that I cant find now (sorry :-/) that "not all cpus are created equal" and that some cpus may have flaws in their circuitry that only become apparent at higher clock speeds.

So I would love if the overclocking veterans up in here could drop some wisdom on me, because this thing is driving me insane!! competitivesmiley.pngupsidedwnsmiley.gif
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