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Originally Posted by Remonster
260x4=1040, and since HTT speed really doesn't help ANYTHING at all there is no point risking it maybe being unstable at 1040MHz so x3 at 780 is safer, unless he bumps up the LDT/HTT voltage to like 1.6/1.7 again, to be safe. Personally I would keep it at x3 anyways, even if I was only at 220FSB since there is really no point.

And yes, the X850 is more than half the performance of a 7800GTX but I was exaggerating, my point is, a 3200+ is FINE.
HT on a 939 board is usually safe all the way up to 1080. i've had it all the way jacked up stable as a bird.

sata 3&4 ports are the closest to your CPU. if you read on your motherboard, it'll actually say it right by the ports.
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Plain and simple approach to HTT: adjust as needed for stability.

What works for one person may not work for someone else with the same setup.

A large difference in HTT has NO IMPACT on performance.
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Used to have that board. Core center is crap, use the bios.

Set your HTT (FSB) to 250
Set your HT multiplier to 3x
Set your DRAM to 133 (or 166 if your RAM can handle over 200mhz)
Set your V-Core to 1.55 - 1.60

That will give you 2.5ghz 100% stable I promise.
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Originally Posted by Commander Kool
Used to have that board. Core center is crap, use the bios.

Set your HTT (FSB) to 250
Set your HT multiplier to 3x
Set your DRAM to 133 (or 166 if your RAM can handle over 200mhz)
Set your V-Core to 1.55 - 1.60

That will give you 2.5ghz 100% stable I promise.
he doesn't need to jump up that far that quick. he needs to work his way up to make sure that he'll be stable. plus the neo2 has bugs that he'll find while overclocking bit by bit, rather than just saying BAM BAM 2.5 hello.......

work with it and don't jump. you could very well not be able to hit 2.5 GHz.... also, your ram could very well overclock past ddr400. its just something that you're going to have to work with for yourself. none of us can tell you how fast your computer can OC, you have to figure it out on your own. we can just give advice when you get in a stump
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he doesn't need to jump up that far that quick. he needs to work his way up to make sure that he'll be stable. plus the neo2 has bugs that he'll find while overclocking bit by bit, rather than just saying BAM BAM 2.5 hello.......

work with it and don't jump. you could very well not be able to hit 2.5 GHz.... also, your ram could very well overclock past ddr400. its just something that you're going to have to work with for yourself. none of us can tell you how fast your computer can OC, you have to figure it out on your own. we can just give advice when you get in a stump
I gave the instructions on how to hit 2.5, he could simply try it, and if it's not stable, try something lower. But I'm willing to bet my life that the instructions I gave him would be stable and he could probably go even higher. I used to have that board, so I think if anyone here knows about it, it would be me.

What's with you butt? You're always disagreeing and trying to 1-up me.
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Originally Posted by Commander Kool
Set your HT multiplier to 3x
wrong...HTT x 4
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Originally Posted by tytlyf
wrong...HTT x 4
I'm pretty sure that he's talking about the MSI K8N Neo 2.0, that's a 754 board. So I'm right, 3x not 4!
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post #48 of 74
If you look in the sig of the original poster, he has a 3200+ running at 2.0. The 3200+ 754 newcastle runs at 2.2. It is either a venice or a winchester 939. So x4 is the best option.
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hey guys this is really interesting, keep it up
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I'm pretty sure that he's talking about the MSI K8N Neo 2.0, that's a 754 board. So I'm right, 3x not 4!
Sorry dude I run a 3200+ on a 939 board. listen to tytlyf. but will i notice any difference in performance if i set my HTT to 3?
and to the post i saw earlier; I think my ram can go up to about 215MHz. Corecenter overclocked my RAM and FSB at the same time, and i usually dropped out at 216 and up.
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post #50 of 74
The HTT overall speed does not increase or decrease performance, you would think so, but it doesn't..It just needs to be set in a range that allows your computer to boot up and be stable....so any number closest to 1,000 is the best bet..
As far as overclocking, try to use the bios and not a program.
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