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Have been having a play, I'll put stable's up soon.

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post #192 of 1106
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Have been having a play, I'll put stable's up soon.
Jacobthellamer, awesome job +1

Is the voltage displayed in the CPU-Z validation accurate? If so that is very impressive. Sounds like a golden chip to me!

Good luck
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Have been having a play, I'll put stable's up soon.

There's no way in hell it's stable at that voltage. Stable booting into Windows, sure. Pretty impressive though, nonetheless! I got my Athlon II 240 (in my other rig) to 3.9GHz stable, but it took damn near 1.56v. 4.0GHz just wasn't happening though, at any voltage.
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post #194 of 1106
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Silentphantom250, just remember this:

CPU-NB VID = NB Frequency (ie. 2000Mhz). This is on your CPU
NB Voltage Control = HT Clock speed (ie. 200Mhz). This is on the motherboard itself

That is good news. As previously stated, sometimes overclocking the actual NB Frequency can help with the cpu overclock. It is also wise to keep your Hypertransport (HT Link) at it's stock speed of 2000Mhz.

Good luck
So far so good. I set my NB frequency to 2250Mhz at 1.275v and my CPU at 3500Mhz at 1.4v. Prime95 went 9 hours before failing this time. Sweet. I'm going to bump the voltages a little bit more and run it again to see what I get. Thanks for the help
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If I lock my Athlon II X3 435 to 2 cores and overclock, can I join? xD
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So far so good. I set my NB frequency to 2250Mhz at 1.275v and my CPU at 3500Mhz at 1.4v. Prime95 went 9 hours before failing this time. Sweet. I'm going to bump the voltages a little bit more and run it again to see what I get. Thanks for the help
Silentphantom250, sweet man. Increasing the NB Frequency is proving to be very useful. Keep up the good work. +1 for good effort
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This time I set my CPU to 3625Mhz with the voltage at 1.475v, my NB to 2500Mhz at 1.35v, HT to 2000Mhz, and HTT to 250Mhz. I was able to run prime95 for 13 hours before failing. It may have failed but I think I'll consider this a successful overclock.

Here's a pic:


And a CPUZ validation link:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=842436

At this point I'm going to try lowering my voltages as far as I can without it creating too many errors. I also found this neat program called K10Stat which allows me to change the voltages of the different p-states, so I may try messing with those too. Thanks for all the help
Edited by silentphantom250 - 11/22/09 at 11:59am
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post #198 of 1106
Okay, I lowered my cpu voltage to 1.45v and prime95 failed in 56 minutes. I'm thinking about burning in my cpu at 1.5v. Comments?
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post #199 of 1106
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Originally Posted by thlnk3r View Post
Jacobthellamer, awesome job +1

Is the voltage displayed in the CPU-Z validation accurate? If so that is very impressive. Sounds like a golden chip to me!

Good luck
Voltage is correct , not stable.. still having a play

Is Prime 95 stable at 3.7 with the same voltage
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Silentphantom250 try lowering your NB frequency and your NB voltage, keeping your processor frequency if it's stable.
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