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Username: Baskt_Case
Stepping: 2
Revision: DA-C2
CPU: Athlon II x2 255
CPU Clock: 3750MHz
CPU Multiplier: x15
CPU Voltage: ~1.44V on AUTO
CPU-NB VID: AUTO
NB Clock: 2500Mhz
NB Voltage: AUTO
HT Link Frequency: 2000MHz
RAM Speed: DDR3-1666 @ 7-8-8-24-1T
Motherboard: ASUS M4A785TD-M Evo
Cooler: OEM Stock, DIY Case mods w/ extra fans

CPUZ VALIDATION

15 hours Prime95 stable.
Max core temp: 48C


Edited by Baskt_Case - 9/11/10 at 8:36am
    
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Hi all! This is my first overclock and my first post!

Haluc
Stepping: DA-C2
CPU: Unlocked Sempron 140
CPU Clock: 3442.76
HTT Clock: 255
CPU Multiplier: 13.5
CPU Voltage: 1.264
CPU-NB VID: 1.175
NB Clock: 2295
HT Link Freq: 2040
RAM Speed: 680.1; 8-7-7-20
Motherboard: Asus M4a785TD-M EVO
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Anyone have any idea how I can get this higher?

My temps are 29-30c at idle and 41-43c under Prime95 and OCCT full load.


post #853 of 1106
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Hi all! This is my first overclock and my first post! Anyone have any idea how I can get this higher?

My temps are 29-30c at idle and 41-43c under Prime95 and OCCT full load.
We have the same board. Change your reference clock to 250MHz and adjust your multipliers accordingly. My board went as high as 290MHz before BSOD but I think that 250MHz gives much nicer/easier clocks on everything. Its especially nice to have the HTT Link @ 2000MHz. My board doesnt tolerate anything too far away from 2GHz on the HTT Link and OC'ing it doesnt increase performance on any board anyway, usually the other way around.

And why so low on the NB Freq? 2400-2600 is the sweet spot IMHO.

Take a look at my post above yours, running 3.75GHz on that chip with your board. And thats with all the voltages on Auto.

Plus, your temps are still pretty mild. I hit 48C on stock cooling.
Edited by Baskt_Case - 9/15/10 at 2:31pm
    
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Highest my CPU multiplier goes is 13.5. I am stuck with changing the reference clock i think?
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Yea, that will be the only way to go higher then, raise the ref clock. Have you tested for max stable ref clock yet?
    
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post #856 of 1106
Quick question: What does an X on CPUZ validation mean (a background X)

I got one while trying to validate my Athlon 250.
Edited by Menace - 9/26/10 at 1:34pm
post #857 of 1106
Username: Menace
Stepping: 2
Revision: DA-C2
CPU: Athlon II x2 250
CPU Clock: 3540MHz
CPU Multiplier: x15
CPU Voltage: 1.52V
CPU-NB VID: AUTO
NB Clock: 1889Mhz
NB Voltage: AUTO
HT Link Frequency: 1652MHz
RAM Speed: DDR2-786 @ 4-4-4-12-24-2T
Motherboard: Biostar A760GM2+
Cooler: Rocketfish Universal (29*C Idle, 39*C Load)

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1408873

My voltage is higher than I would like for this OC, too bad my motherboard only has the option to increase Voltage by 0.1V, 0.2V, and 0.3V. I'm trying to get 3.6 stable but I crash on OCCT within 20 minutes, at 3.54 I'm stable.


Update: Got 3.61Ghz on 1.52 voltage. Also I upped the HT link voltage to 1.2V and the Chipset voltage to 1.3V. Doing so has seemed to finally stabilize going over 3.6Ghz. Will post an update after OCCT is finished, so far at 1 hour and going.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1408953

Update 2: It crashed at an hour and 20 minutes at 3.61Ghz. Back to the BIOS.
Edited by Menace - 9/26/10 at 11:40pm
post #858 of 1106
I think your VCore is tooooooooooo high, try with lower voltage or frying your processor...
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I think your VCore is tooooooooooo high, try with lower voltage or frying your processor...
Nah, these aren't Intel chips. These Athlons can handle 1.5V, look at the spreadsheet some have their chips with 1.5V and one has it up to 1.7V. My 250 is chugging along fine as my load temps are 39*C. However, I will agree that I do not like having 1.52V for my 500Mhz increase but I am going for 3.7Ghz overall but I'm starting to believe the BIOS will limit me.

Edit: If all fails I'll just set it at 3.44Ghz at stock cpu voltage.
Edited by Menace - 9/27/10 at 3:21pm
post #860 of 1106
I only say that i could do stable 3840MHz at 1.52V, for only 3540Mhz i think is tooooooo much voltage...

See first page and look at my best stable OC, and compare with other chips, and you see that 1.52V for only 3540MHz is very high...
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