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Metalman, push it as far as you can tonight, running at 60c or a little higher wont kill the chip if its only for a few hours.

BTW gimme some super pi, i may run a second rig next to an opty with this chip if all goes well.
Did some more tweaking:


Got the ram to a 1:1, had to lower my clocks and vcore to 2.9ghz and 1.5v to get completely stable, I am going to leave it at this for right now. I could boot 3.0GHZ with a 1:1, but not superpi stable, and load temps of 66. I have yet to give it more the 1.58 volts, I think it will take 1.75-1.8 volts to get it stable at about 3.2.



I can't really run a good fsb and divider right now i.e 290x10 , because I can't get a clean boot, may need more voltage, or it could be the memory controller. Xavier told me to expect to push about a 250 FSB or less, stable.
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Dude at 1:1...That's much A$$ kicked...good job
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Dude at 1:1...That's much A$$ kicked...good job
TY!

A little more tweaking yeilded this:



229*13 = 2.977 GHZ


1:1 V-Dim- 2.8v @ 2.5-2-3-7

V-Core: 1.47v

Chipset - 1.7v

SP1M = 31.546 s

This chip definetly has a lot more power, I can boot at 3ghz, but I believe heat is becoming a factor. Seems to be stable at 2.977 with only 1.47 vcore.
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Update:
CPU is completely stable at 2.846 (13*219) with 1.456 volts. I can run any 3D mark at this speed, and superpi 32M. I can boot up at 3.1ghz with 1.55v but it hangs at the loading screen, which makes me think it needs more juice. Need better cooling

SPI runs are nothing special, lack of a high FSB is killing me! Still looks to be a very promising oc'er!

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hmm....somewhat good results, but that superpi is really slow for that speed. Get that memory up and running quicker or something. Why did you decide on the 4000+ over say an opteron?
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hmm....somewhat good results, but that superpi is really slow for that speed. Get that memory up and running quicker or something. Why did you decide on the 4000+ over say an opteron?
Working on the mem speed, I am finding it really difficult to push a high FSB with low voltage.

I chose the 4000+ Newark because it is s754, and I am planning on building a sick s754 system to rival any 939
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I completely looked over the fact of 754, sorry lol... well good choice then...as far as the memory is concerned, I would have bought a single 1G stick instead of 2x512. Usually with a single channel cpu 2 sticks lowers the overclock of the memory, or at least it did on my last 754 setup. Keep up the good work.
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I completely looked over the fact of 754, sorry lol... well good choice then...as far as the memory is concerned, I would have bought a single 1G stick instead of 2x512. Usually with a single channel cpu 2 sticks lowers the overclock of the memory, or at least it did on my last 754 setup. Keep up the good work.
Yes, a 1 gig stick would have been a smarter investment I just had to grab the gskill for 151$.

A little update, some pregress has been made. I can run 12*259 (2.85ghz @ 1.45v) bench and superpi stable. I still can't get it to boot into windows at 285*10 Maybe more voltage?

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It's probably your memory. I'm guessing you have the exact same memory as I do, except mine is dual channel. This stuff is amazing. If I were you I would slap a huge divider on your memory so that you will never have to worry about it being the problem holding you back.
Make sure you change your HTT multiplier, @ 285 you want it to be x3 or x4 (test both)
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It's probably your memory. I'm guessing you have the exact same memory as I do, except mine is dual channel. This stuff is amazing. If I were you I would slap a huge divider on your memory so that you will never have to worry about it being the problem holding you back.
Make sure you change your HTT multiplier, @ 285 you want it to be x3 or x4 (test both)
With a divider I can boot to windows at 3.0, but not stable yet. I want to try and maximize my ram right now, I know with more voltage and better cooling I can reach higher clock speeds.

What are your settings for a 285 FSB? I am currently using a 259 FSB w/ 2.5-3-3-7 @ 2.7v. This ram is fairly new, and hasn't been oc'ed much at all, maybe it needs some time to burn in.

My HTT has been at 3 for a while now I couldn't get very far at all with it at 4. I tried a 2.5 multi for the 285 FSB, but that didn't help.

Thanks for your suggestions.
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