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North bridge actually performs above 2000 push that as far as you can too Push it to 1.3 volts and continue as long as temps allow

I WANT YOUR MOTHERBOARD xD
Yes your board does support unlocking it should be around the same area that cool and quiet is at I do believe something about unleashing or unlocking in the title.

You northbridge and should be sufficiently cooled as long as you have efficient case flow
Edited by Darkapoc - 4/13/11 at 11:15am
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post #1432 of 1595
so it doesnt matter it it gets over 2100 ??

i change only the CPU frequency 8the one that stock is at 200) and it automatically changes everything else

Yes there is a Core unlocker or something like that but it doesn't do anything.

once i changed the CPU frequency and its stable can i turn on the AMD cool and quiet ???


i think the temps are just fine but Im planning to add more Fans and change the Cpu cooler i just cant decide witch one to get


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North bridge actually performs above 2000 push that as far as you can too Push it to 1.3 volts and continue as long as temps allow

I WANT YOUR MOTHERBOARD xD
Yes your board does support unlocking it should be around the same area that cool and quiet is at I do believe something about unleashing or unlocking in the title.

You northbridge and should be sufficiently cooled as long as you have efficient case flow
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post #1433 of 1595
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We have the same chip lol... except mine reads, 1025APMW.

When using the FSB to OC, its best you manually set the CPU volts, HT and NB, memory speeds and timings. Leaving them at AUTO may cause overvolting and/or stability issues.

I've been running mine at these specs for over 5 months 24/7.
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Follow those instructions and keep your temps down below 70 on your cpu.
Update on my OC progress. Whew!!! It sure is a lot of trial & error. It's definitely been a learning experience.

Thanks Magikherbs for the advice & Darkapoc for quoting MM101's step by step list. I really didn't know what I was doing. I still don't, but I know more than I did when I started. Gotta love that Deneb core.

I tested with Prime95 for over 3 1/2 hours at 3402 MHz with no errors.
New CPU-Z validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1769335
Here's a load & idle screenshot & BIOS. Let me know if you see anything that I'm screwing up. Thanks again.



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Update on my OC progress. Whew!!! It sure is a lot of trial & error. It's definitely been a learning experience.

Thanks Magikherbs for the advice & Darkapoc for quoting MM101's step by step list. I really didn't know what I was doing. I still don't, but I know more than I did when I started. Gotta love that Deneb core.

I tested with Prime95 for over 3 1/2 hours at 3402 MHz with no errors.
New CPU-Z validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1769335
Here's a load & idle screenshot & BIOS. Let me know if you see anything that I'm screwing up. Thanks again.
No probs ! and great temps btw. Its also sweeet that its stable when unlocked ahah..

Is your ram rated for 1.65v ?
post #1435 of 1595
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No probs ! and great temps btw. Its also sweeet that its stable when unlocked ahah..

Is your ram rated for 1.65v ?
Yea, it is. In my BIOS it steps at 2v intervals, so it was either 1.64v or 1.66v. Do you think I ought to bump it up to 1.66?

I'm still toying around with it. I've got it up to 3500 MHz with the CPU Bus Speed at 250 MHz. That gets my DRAM Speed back up to 1333 MHz. Not sure yet whether I've found that sweet spot!!! Ha!
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1770295
Here's my settings right now:
CPU Ratio: Auto
CPU Bus Frequency: 250
PCIE Frequency: 100
DRAM Frequency: 1333
CPU/NB Frequency: 2000
HT Link Speed: 2000
CPU Voltage: 1.4000
CPU/NB Voltage: 1.2250
CPU VDDA Voltage: Auto
DRAM Voltage: 1.64
HT Voltage: 1.20 (selectable voltage range 1.20 - 1.50)
NB Voltage: 1.30 (selectable voltage range 1.30 - 1.60)
NB 1.8V Voltage: Auto
SB Voltage: 1.20 (selectable voltage range 1.20 - 1.35)

I know AMD's voltage range on the 630 CPU is: 0.90 - 1.425V. What is CPU VDDA Voltage & NB 1.8V Voltage? I don't know so I have left them on Auto. Actually, I have not changed the HT, NB, or SB voltages. Just took them off of Auto. I think I looked at what they were set on in ASUS TurboV in Windows before I took them off of Auto.

I doubt I will run at 3500 MHz permantly. Just wanted to be able to say "I did it!!!" LOL !!!
post #1436 of 1595
Looks like the ram's default volts are 1.65, so I would leave it at that.

3.5ghz is my best aswell...

Benchies plzzz .. 3DMark06 ??

edit.. With the CPU @3.5ghz and stock HD 5770, you should score about 16,000 ...
Edited by Magikherbs - 4/15/11 at 9:10pm
post #1437 of 1595
Okay in the midst of overclocking again for a 24/7 OC(got tired of running 3.1 for every day use curious if I'll see a frame rate increase with 3.6)

ANYWAYS during said escapade I came across a very interesting temperature reading For those of you with L3 unlocked I would like to ask you to confirm.

In AMD overdrive under the fan control settings that first fan controller should have a PWM fan for your cpu, this sensor should give an accurate reading of your CPU temperature seeing as how the pwm function still works with the l3 unlocked.

Anyone else care to confirm?

EDIT:

For my motherboard this readout is also the AUX temperature reading.
Will turn my L3 off and monitor to see if the temperatures are far off.


New clocks:
Edited by Darkapoc - 4/16/11 at 4:06pm
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Any advice from those of you who've broken the 3.5/3.6GHz barrier, especially on the 630? (620s in general seem to clock better)

I know a lot of others with 630s have a wall at 3.55GHz'ish. Mine's one of these, it's odd since I can run 3.25GHz at 1.25v, but I can't go to 3.5GHz+ stably on any voltage I've tried.

Might play with ACC in a bit.

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where should the read out be? i just install amd overdrive. ive got a temp reading of -294.7 lol
    
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Any advice from those of you who've broken the 3.5/3.6GHz barrier, especially on the 630? (620s in general seem to clock better)

I know a lot of others with 630s have a wall at 3.55GHz'ish. Mine's one of these, it's odd since I can run 3.25GHz at 1.25v, but I can't go to 3.5GHz+ stably on any voltage I've tried.

Might play with ACC in a bit.

Cheers

mayb a power supply upgrade will change that
    
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