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post #11 of 22
Good luck mate Keep us posted.
    
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good luck How come everyone gets the good stepping and I got CABGE lol Well, anyway I sold that chip a while back, and i'm still running my trusty ol' winchester
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Good luck muffin, would you like to borrow my Mach I? LOL
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post #14 of 22
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Thanks for the good wishes guys

Currently running OCCT at 2.7, stock voltage. Super Pi 1m in 33seconds, my RAM is running at fairly loose timings, 3-4-4-8 @ 2.8V

Looks to be idling at 33C and loading (OCCT) at 40C. Still got the Tornado turned down real quiet
post #15 of 22
How did it go....?

Also, how is it doing on the Asus, I need to upgrade mobos... but kinda wanna stay away from DFI.
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post #16 of 22
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2.74GHz (274x10) is the highest it will go on 1.4V. I had to go to 1.45V to get 2.8GHz...and thats where I am now.

RAM is 1:1 3-4-4-8 @ 2.8V (stock).

Super Pi to 1m in 30.797 seconds.

The motherboard is running great. I haven't had to clear CMOS once. No problems with BIOS at all.
post #17 of 22
That great news!!!

So I guess its safe to say you have a pretty darn good stepping
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post #18 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by muffin
2.74GHz (274x10) is the highest it will go on 1.4V. I had to go to 1.45V to get 2.8GHz...and thats where I am now.

RAM is 1:1 3-4-4-8 @ 2.8V (stock).

Super Pi to 1m in 30.797 seconds.

The motherboard is running great. I haven't had to clear CMOS once. No problems with BIOS at all.

Sweet deal.

Did you try higher Vcore. I have found, and read, that once you hit the wall with Stock volts, You really need to get the volts going to get the clocks higher. Is that true in your situation. Also... lets some 3gig action

I'm thinking about getting an asus just because I want a stable board that overclockes well at the same time. Do you have any Vdroop issues (how is the vcore stability). My priorities are STABILITY and then OC, so DFI meh. I dont meant to hijack the thread or anything. Sorry if i did.
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post #19 of 22
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Sweet deal.

Did you try higher Vcore. I have found, and read, that once you hit the wall with Stock volts, You really need to get the volts going to get the clocks higher. Is that true in your situation. Also... lets some 3gig action

I'm thinking about getting an asus just because I want a stable board that overclockes well at the same time. Do you have any Vdroop issues (how is the vcore stability). My priorities are STABILITY and then OC, so DFI meh. I dont meant to hijack the thread or anything. Sorry if i did.
My Vcore wobbles around a bit as I set it higher. It wobbles more the higher I go. At 1.4V its rock solid. I don't know if its the mobo or PSU that is causing this. My money is on PSU at the moment - I'm getting an S12 600W next week, so I'll be interested to see if its my PSU or the motherboard that is to blame.
post #20 of 22
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Its starting to get tricky...

I played with my RAM a little and it dosen't seem to want to do CAS 2.5 at these speeds. Its at 2.95V and 3-3-3-6 1:1

I think I just lost my onboard sound, its hissing and popping at me. I'm going to go grab a cheap old soundblaster from somewhere

290 x 10 @ 1.5Vcore testing now

EDIT: Woohoo, 1st time ever under 30secs in Super Pi: 29.656
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