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Username: TronRR
Stepping: 3
Revision: DA-C3
CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 260
CPU Clock: 4012.06 MHz
HTT Clock: 251
CPU Multiplier: 16
CPU Voltage: 1.61
CPU-NB VID: 1.24
NB Clock: 2510
NB Voltage: 1.25
HT Link Frequency: 1253.8 MHZ
RAM Speed:501.5 Mhz (1:2) 6-6-6-15
Motherboard: MSI GF615M-P33
Cooler: H50
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post #962 of 1106
My first overclock attempt. Had to use NVIDIA system tools for all of it. eMachines BIOS is totally worthless. Can't change CL for RAM, can't change voltage on anything. I'm afraid to fry it so I started slow... any suggestions welcomed smile.gif

Processor: Athlon II x2 215 F6 stepping 2, DA-C2

CPU Freq: 2997.6 MHz

Multiplier: 13.5

Mobo: AMI P01-A1

VCore: 2.220V

OS: Windows 7 Home X64

HTT: 222 MHz

PCI-e: 100MHz

HT Link: 888.2 (x4) 1110.3 (x5)

NB Frequency: 1776.4 MHz

RAM: Apacer DDR3 Dual Channel (3:8, 8, 8,8, 22, 30) 592.1 MHz. Can't change CL.

CPU Configuration: Cool N' Quiet Enabled

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Edited by Optic_Ninja - 3/9/11 at 2:23pm
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VCore: 2.220V?!

Hope that's a miss reading :O
    
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post #964 of 1106
Actually, according to CPU-Z, it isn't...that is way too much Vcore mate...for 222MHz i don'ty think you need that much, you'll burn the chip...
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post #965 of 1106
My bios doesn't let me change the voltage... that's the stock voltage for the CPU. Maybe supposed to be divided by the 2 core? That'd put me at 1.11 per core. I have no idea... any suggestions? I can't edit the cas latency so I can't speed my ram up any faster (at least not to standard JEDEC timings). This was me playing it safe as I can't edit a lot of the key things.
post #966 of 1106
Stock voltage for your athlon is 1.425V...voltage doesn't divide by the number of cores

If you are willing to, get yourself a better motherboard, cuz you have a chance of unlocking your little athlon into a quad-core athlon. With a better board you'll be able to change the ram timings and such, that eMachines hardware doesn't handle OC very well
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post #967 of 1106
The 215 has disabled cores? Emachines stuff is totally worthless. As I can't change the voltage, why do you think it was set that high to begin with?
post #968 of 1106
Checked BIOS, it's like 1.350. There are 3 or 4 diff values though, 1.2, 5 something and 12?
post #969 of 1106
1.35V is more like it...but CPU-Z reports 2.2...

where are you getting those values from?
Hardware monitor on BIOS?

The 215 is a locked Propus core, either because of shortage on production, or more probably, defective cores. If you are lucky you'll be able to unlock those 2 cores and get a stable quad-core. But you might as well don't get stable by unlocking the cores...bu imo, is worth the shot
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post #970 of 1106
Yeah, the "PC Health" section of my BIOS. I'm not sure why CPU-Z reports that. I've got 5 of these at work, they all report the same voltage. I would have to get a new mobo to unlock those cores I assume
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