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post #1 of 21
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http://vlotn.net/overclock.bmp

Seems to be not much of an improvement from 2.3ghz
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its stable.
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thats one sweet OC, me likey!

what programs did you run to dertermine stability?
what steps did you take in order to achieve the OC?

good work

you should also fill out your user CP/sytem specs, it will help us help you
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Hey, great work. Next steps are:
1. Bring your ram to the same speed as your htt -- 230, you won't see an increase in cpu clock speed but you'll notice an immediate improvement in overall performance of your pc.If that causes instability then:
2. Increase v_dimm in your bios. Once its stable then:
3. Start to increase your HTT/FSB and your ram by small increments and test stability. When you feel like you've reached a limit then start working on your multiplier:
4. Go up a half a step at a time and see if your system is still stable. If you loose stability then:
5. Increase your v_core in the smallest increment your mobo will allow. Test stability.
Repeat steps 4 & 5 till you get to what you want or you hit your cpu and cipset's limits.

Keep an eye on your temps.. don't let them get too high.

Good luck.

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post #5 of 21
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Do i take it directly to 230? or move it up slowly?
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Don't use a divider on the ram. Set it to 1:1. I have the same ram and have run it up to 280mhz with only 2.8 vdimm. So it can handle it.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lonnie5000
Don't use a divider on the ram. Set it to 1:1. I have the same ram and have run it up to 280mhz with only 2.8 vdimm. So it can handle it.
Like he said. aviod it if possible.
You can however use a stiff divider on the RAM to work the CPU's OC to eliminate the RAMs effects of limiting the OCing. Once you find the CPU's stable MAX, then tweek the RAM to a 1:1... if possible

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post #8 of 21
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This is one of my first overclocks.
I wish i knew how to change the divider settings.


So next time I restart im going to.

1. Bring to the same speed as the htt -- 230 ( how do I do this )
2. change the divider to 1:1 ( I dont know how to do this either )
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hmm. I reset everything and started over. Got it up to 220 at 1:1 . The I went higher to 228 and saw it jump up to 1:4. why did it do this? how can i change it?
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Originally Posted by vLotN
This is one of my first overclocks.
I wish i knew how to change the divider settings.


So next time I restart im going to.

1. Bring to the same speed as the htt -- 230 ( how do I do this )
2. change the divider to 1:1 ( I dont know how to do this either )
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