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Yeah, overclocking isn't something that's easy that's for sure, I still can't get my Athlon II over 3.63 when it's unlocked, although after much research I know it CAN do it, but the voltage it requires is waaay to high for me to use it like that every day. ( 1.6+ ) But then again Athlon IIs don't overclock that good either. The day I get bulldozer though, before I put it in, I'm going to volt the sh** out of my CPU, and see if I can't get a 4.5GHZ stable for more than 20 min. Of course it will be on a CM 212+ too.

4.5 on an Athlon II?
Be careful with your mobo since you said its AM3+ tongue.gif
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Try it on a cold day. That's what I did to get an E2180 from 2.0 to 4.0GHz on a 212+. Opened the sliding door to the back porch on a 20 below 0F day and bundled up to get there. Took two hours for my fingers to return to normal, but it worked. It was only stable just long enough to grab a CPU-Z Validation, but that's all I wanted it for anyway.

If the weather where you live is entering summer try putting it in a room next to an air conditioner duct and crank it up to see if that helps.
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Yeah, I'm going to try and get at least 4. and 4.5 that'd be a WR??? has anyone OCd an Athlon II to 4.5? Sounds like fun either way Yeah my 'board is AM3+ I can't wait for BULLDOZER, I'm all hyped up for it!!!!

Yeah, I'm going to pull out the old window AC, and stick a ducted fan right on the vent, and the other end of the duct right to the CM 212 PLUS! I have gotten 3.9 when I stuck it in the garage this winter. ( 1.58 v ) But I had no internet and little did I know that CPU-Z was out of date :'(
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Yeah, I'm going to try and get at least 4. and 4.5 that'd be a WR??? has anyone OCd an Athlon II to 4.5? Sounds like fun either way Yeah my 'board is AM3+ I can't wait for BULLDOZER, I'm all hyped up for it!!!!

Yeah, I'm going to pull out the old window AC, and stick a ducted fan right on the vent, and the other end of the duct right to the CM 212 PLUS! I have gotten 3.9 when I stuck it in the garage this winter. ( 1.58 v ) But I had no internet and little did I know that CPU-Z was out of date :'(
You can save the CPU-Z file to the hard drive or usb stick and submit it later on a different computer that is connected.
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Yeah I know that now, it just sucks I didn't know it then.
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Yeah, overclocking isn't something that's easy that's for sure, I still can't get my Athlon II over 3.63 when it's unlocked, although after much research I know it CAN do it, but the voltage it requires is waaay to high for me to use it like that every day. ( 1.6+ ) But then again Athlon IIs don't overclock that good either. The day I get bulldozer though, before I put it in, I'm going to volt the sh** out of my CPU, and see if I can't get a 4.5GHZ stable for more than 20 min. Of course it will be on a CM 212+ too.
Dude... so it's not just me then? Thought I was being too big of a newb trying to get it over 3.6. After a few times of bumping the voltage I'm like "this can't be right. Must be doing something wrong..."
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The default processor settings allows it to automatically boost itself to 3.7 GHz. 4.0 can be achieved with only a multiplier change, so yeah its not a huge leap of faith. I ran Prime95 all night w/o problems. Lots of people are clocking the 2500K to 4.5-5.0 GHz on air-cooling, but I can't see myself doing that anytime soon.



That's awesome if you can stably overclock that high! My peak temp was 56 degrees on core 3. I didn't check the peak voltage. Could you recommend a good program to check this?
I believe you can get to 4.2 just changing the multiplier as long as you have a good cooler mine is stable at 4.80 ghz, up to this point we are talking about some serious heat in all cores but core 3 seems to be the hotter for me as well, with a peak temp of 84C, some of this chips can achieve 5.00 GHz with no problem with water coolers, I mean you can do with air but we are talking about 90C + I live in Nevada and in the summer gets pretty hot here, I really like the 212+ but I think imma go water during the summer or lower it to 4.5 Ghz



Here's mine at 5.00 GHz http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1816356 was stable for 4 hours until I stopped the test was kind of satisfied I wasnt really trying to leave it like that, it was just my goal

As for the monitoring program my Asus mobo came with AI suite sensor recorder and you can record your voltages and temps while stressing
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so after a lot of thought i decided to buy the new i7 2600k before the end of this summer...how much better is it going to be in comparison with my current i7 950?
I know this is off topic but i wanna make things clear for you:
No offense mate but judging by ur knowledge overclocking isnt for you yet
before buying the chip consider that you might have to change the whole platform, (motherboard, cpu and maybe RAM) Since your i7 950 isnt socket 1155
As for comparison the 2600K is way better than the 950 (and I've read in some cases pairs with the X980 which is a 12 core chip) with less power consumption and higher clock besides since is a "K" Edition you can get it up to x57 multiplier where you will hit the wall
now, it all depends what u need it for? 2500K is excellent for gaming same as the 2600K the only difference is the Hyper Threading and an unnoticeable 100 mhz gap, but if you really wanna take it to the limit, start reading some guides about sandy bridge overclocking, that would be my advise.
    
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That's about what I have been expecting the Medium Yates to do in Push/Pull. Thanks for confirming it for me and saving me the expense of ordering another one to test it out with.



Overclocking isn't a set it and forget it type of process. You need to do some research and reading to learn how to do it right and why you make the changes you do. If you aren't willing to do the reading and work to learn how to do it right then you shouldn't be doing it at all.

Besides, why should those who took the time spending hours and hours of research and testing to learn the right way to do it just tell you all of the shortcuts? Sorry, it doesn't work that way. The people who wrote the guides have done the research and testing and took the time to post the guides for you to learn from. That is as much of a shortcut as you need, and definitely all of the shortcut you deserve. There is just something about someone asking for the information to be handed to them on a silver platter because they are too lazy to do any work themselves that just makes me want to just completely ignore them altogether and tell them to get lost.
i asked if anyone could help me...i didnt demand anything
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Dude... so it's not just me then? Thought I was being too big of a newb trying to get it over 3.6. After a few times of bumping the voltage I'm like "this can't be right. Must be doing something wrong..."
You're not alone, Athlon IIs are a royal pain in the ass. My dad's Phenom II x3 720 unlocked and stable at 3.6 with stock cooling, although it did run hot there was no problem overclocking. So now it's at 3.2 and quite a bit less voltage, so it runs under 40c But still it's just crazy how bad the Athlon IIs suck.

Bulldozer should just be epic and give me 6ghz on air with 8 cores.
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