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post #11 of 17
I personally would not go higher than 1.6V with good air cooling.

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post #12 of 17
should have saved cash and got the 165, it would clock as high as yours right now...lol....awww...i crack myself up sometimes...
Dont run so much voltage man, there's no point, especially since you aren't benchmarking or anything. I guess that's just a crappy chip if it only runs 2.7 with that much voltage..
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tytlyf, what voltages do you use for your oc?
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post #14 of 17
My daily speed of 2.9 is with 1.5v (cpuz) rock stable. I only run 3.0+ for benchmarks. I can run 3.0 prime stable with 1.6v....
I'm not sure what's wrong with your system, but I must admit I haven't looked thru all those pictures yet either...I haven't got around to it.
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Why would you want it for just an hour? Benchmarks to make your system look 31337. I hate to be cynical but man, that's pretty lame reason to endanger your CPU.
    
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ya i donno why my CPU wont reach 2.7 or 2.8 its annoying .... X2s are hard to overclock because its 2 cpus sharing a single memory controller or something like that so 1 of the cores will get errors in prime95 while the other wont some people call it a "weak core" ....

Do multipliers make a difference? Like if I use a 11X multi instead of a 10x multi would 1 be more stable than the other?
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post #17 of 17
A higher multiplyer will accomidate RAM that cant run @ a 1:1 with the CPU! In essance you get lower HTT speeds. Whether of not if will facilitate a better OC is up to you to try!
    
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