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post #1081 of 1595
Raise CPU-NB voltage to around 1.30-1.35v or so. Put the NB multiplier back to 10x. Give your RAM a small bump in voltage. And go for higher. It's tough to figure out the PERFECT settings to pass 250 reference clock. But once you do, the sky's the limit .

I'm at 275 x 13.5 on mine, with 8GB of DDR2 clocked at 1100, 5-5-5-15-15-2T. You can easily beat my performance .
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sorry
Edited by imberseal - 12/16/10 at 4:40am
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Nobodies temps should be showing after an unlock, unless you're one in a million at least I've never seen it.
Overclock without the L3 cache check your temps make sure they're atleast 5 below what you want your max to be (just to be safe), then retest for stability with L3 activated.
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Originally Posted by Darkapoc View Post
Nobodies temps should be showing after an unlock, unless you're one in a million at least I've never seen it.
Overclock without the L3 cache check your temps make sure they're atleast 5 below what you want your max to be (just to be safe), then retest for stability with L3 activated.
Exactly what i did! Thanks
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I'm wondering how it is that some of you guys are getting such good o/c with so low voltage? i need like 1.55 to get a 3.625ghz o/c on my 635? Would it help to lower multiplier and raise fsb like mad? Thanks any help would be great. I'm trying to get to like 3.7 at like 1.55v or something. And my nb and ht speeds are under 2000mhz. Ram is stock too O.o

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Wrong forum sorry guys.
Edited by Ding Chavez - 12/6/10 at 2:18am
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I'm wondering how it is that some of you guys are getting such good o/c with so low voltage? i need like 1.55 to get a 3.625ghz o/c on my 635? Would it help to lower multiplier and raise fsb like mad? Thanks any help would be great. I'm trying to get to like 3.7 at like 1.55v or something. And my nb and ht speeds are under 2000mhz. Ram is stock too O.o

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Part of your problem COULD be the memory divider you're on. Try another memory divider, and see what that does for you.

Also, your CPU-NB should be clocked as high as possible. 2400-2600 or so with a bump in CPU-NB voltage should be okay. I had to use my DDR2-800 divider with a 9xNB multiplier to get to 3.7GHz on mine (13.5x CPU multi).
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Part of your problem COULD be the memory divider you're on. Try another memory divider, and see what that does for you.

Also, your CPU-NB should be clocked as high as possible. 2400-2600 or so with a bump in CPU-NB voltage should be okay. I had to use my DDR2-800 divider with a 9xNB multiplier to get to 3.7GHz on mine (13.5x CPU multi).
My memory is currently running at 1333. Its at 1:2.66
I raised my nb up to 2500 and it runs stable with auto voltage.
But still cant get higher than 3.625. Even tried 1.6 volts. Maybe i cant go higher? maybe i reached max?
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My memory is currently running at 1333. Its at 1:2.66
I raised my nb up to 2500 and it runs stable with auto voltage.
But still cant get higher than 3.625. Even tried 1.6 volts. Maybe i cant go higher? maybe i reached max?
Just because your memory is running at 1333, doesn't mean the IMC happens to LIKE that particular divider. I can't boot past 250 reference clock with my 667 divider....this is why my RAM is overclocked so high (thankfully its stable). With my 667 divider, even though my memory is within rated speeds and timings, its just not stable or won't POST.

Try lowering your memory one notch, or raising it one notch (and loosening timings by a lot).
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Hey guys I'm pretty new to overclocking and I'm having a problem, I recently got an Athlon II x4 620 @ 2.6ghz and attempted to overclock it via bios but i noticed that i wasn't able to get past the bios screen after 215mhz bus speed. also CPU-Z shows the CPU 1.520v by default , Does anyone know whats going on? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Also, heres my CPU-Z validation to as high as i can overclock it.

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