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x4 620 unlock l3 cache !!

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post #122 of 1595
Can you add me. My system is in my sig. I like the quite and cool tech, but I hit a wall at 3.44 GHz with it on. I will try to disable it and see if I can get higher. I am using 1.5 vs on the vcore all other voltages are at stock. I will do some cpu-z once I found a happy speed.

* Athlon II X4 type: Athlon II x4 620
* CPU stepping and mfg date: C2
* Revision: blank in CPU-Z?
* Clock speed: 3440Mhz
* FSB x Multi: 265 x13.0
* Vcore: 1.5
* RAM speed: I will check later
* NB speed: 1980Mhz, I will check it later
* HT Link: 1980Mhz, I will check it later
* Motherboard: ASUS M4A79XTD EVO
* Cooling method: ZALMAN 9500A 92mm
* CPU-Z validation: will upload it later
* OS: Windows 7 Pro x64
Edited by scaz - 11/12/09 at 5:46am
post #123 of 1595
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Can you add me. My system is in my sig. I like the quite and cool tech, but I hit a wall at 3.44 GHz with it on. I will try to disable it and see if I can get higher. I am using 1.5 vs on the vcore all other voltages are at stock. I will do some cpu-z once I found a happy speed.

* Athlon II X4 type: Athlon II x4 620
* CPU stepping and mfg date: C2
* Revision: blank in CPU-Z?
* Clock speed: 3440Mhz
* FSB x Multi: 265 x13.0
* Vcore: 1.5
* RAM speed: I will check later
* NB speed: 1980Mhz, I will check it later
* HT Link: 1980Mhz, I will check it later
* Motherboard: ASUS M4A79XTD EVO
* Cooling method: ZALMAN 9500A 92mm
* CPU-Z validation: will upload it later
* OS: Windows 7 Pro x64
Try upping the NB voltage +.1 and the HTLink volts +.1 and see if that helps over the wall. I'll add ya to the list.
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post #124 of 1595
ugg... so this morning i got up and my box was sitting at the recovery screen guess i gotta take care of something.

sidebar - once in a while, i'll go to reboot, whether from the BIOS or from Windows, and once it goes through the shutdown sequence, it will just turn off, and not the kind where i can just turn it back on. it's one of those where i need to flip the switch on the PSU, wait for the board lights to turn off, turn the PSU back on, then it will turn on with the power button. any suggestions?
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post #125 of 1595
i think tonight when i go to mess with it, i'm going to use the old reset or power button wires to hook onto the CMOS Reset pins so that i just have to cross the wires instead of shoving a screwdriver in the case every time to clear it when it won't boot. having to do the latter kinda takes the fun out of it.
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ugg... so this morning i got up and my box was sitting at the recovery screen guess i gotta take care of something.

sidebar - once in a while, i'll go to reboot, whether from the BIOS or from Windows, and once it goes through the shutdown sequence, it will just turn off, and not the kind where i can just turn it back on. it's one of those where i need to flip the switch on the PSU, wait for the board lights to turn off, turn the PSU back on, then it will turn on with the power button. any suggestions?
Make sure the connectors for the power, reset, etc are plugged in correctly into the motherboard. Mine did this for awhile and as it turned out, those connectors from the button to the board were loose. I took them off and then pushed them back on and it fixed the problem.
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post #127 of 1595
ok, i'll give that a shot. thanks!
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post #129 of 1595
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Pretty decent overclocker from the post's I've seen using it. Only big drawback is it doesn't have an IGP but still only supports x8/x8 Crossfire. For my tastes though, you might as well get a 790FX or a 790GX motherboard though. If you don't want IGP, 790FX because it does support x16/x16 Crossfire. If you do want an IGP, 790GX. If you ever decide to go discrete, you can and it supports x8/x8 Crossfire as well. It just seems like you get more bang for your buck with the 790GX as it has pretty much all the features of the 790X plus an IGP so if you ever decide to upgrade to the next chipset, you can actually take your discrete graphics card out and use it in your new mobo and still use this one with it's IGP.

http://forums.extremeoverclocking.co...d.php?t=321404
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Pretty decent overclocker from the post's I've seen using it. Only big drawback is it doesn't have an IGP but still only supports x8/x8 Crossfire. For my tastes though, you might as well get a 790FX or a 790GX motherboard though. If you don't want IGP, 790FX because it does support x16/x16 Crossfire. If you do want an IGP, 790GX. If you ever decide to go discrete, you can and it supports x8/x8 Crossfire as well. It just seems like you get more bang for your buck with the 790GX as it has pretty much all the features of the 790X plus an IGP so if you ever decide to upgrade to the next chipset, you can actually take your discrete graphics card out and use it in your new mobo and still use this one with it's IGP.

http://forums.extremeoverclocking.co...d.php?t=321404
Well I don't plan on SLi-ing soon at all, and I wont be running more than 1 PC at a time.
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Western Digital Black 1TB 7200RPM HDD Hewlett-Packard 1270d DVD Drive Corsair H50 Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (x64) 
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