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post #1461 of 5036
Actually the supported RAM page for this mobo is pretty short under the 1600mhz section.

The Corsair RAM here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/191178 is listed on other websites as being 'For Intel systems'. Is this true or is it just marketing? Is it ok to use for AMD?
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It's probably fine.
    
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post #1463 of 5036
When they say for company XXXXX it usually means that the SMP profiles have been designed to work with a specific processor. There is nothing to stop you from going into the bios and setting it yourself manually though
post #1464 of 5036
Thanks again, I've ordered the 1600mhz Corsair.

Anyway, back to the task in hand. I've decided I'm going to try for 3.5ghz, because, well, I like evenly divisible numbers

So, I'll set my FSB to 250, reduce the HT Link Multiplier to x8 for 2000mhz and change the memory multiplier to x5.33 for 1333mhz. But what about the CPUNB? What would be the recommended setting for this? Are there any other settings that would need changing now I'm going for a more serious overclock? Is it recommended that the 'CoolNQuiet' feature be disabled?
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post #1465 of 5036
Disable it while finding your overclock then turn it back on if you'd like.

Set your NB frequency as high as you can(always use the highest multiplier...10).....this will increase the performance of your memory. Try leaving the cpu/nb on default setting or "auto"...or try 1.4v or 1.45v or I have mine on "auto"/1.51v @ 3.2GHz on the NB.

Your cpu will easily be stable at 3.5GHz so push the NB and memory frequency as high as you can.

And please add your system specs like everyone else.
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post #1466 of 5036
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Thanks again, I've ordered the 1600mhz Corsair.

Anyway, back to the task in hand. I've decided I'm going to try for 3.5ghz, because, well, I like evenly divisible numbers

So, I'll set my FSB to 250, reduce the HT Link Multiplier to x8 for 2000mhz and change the memory multiplier to x5.33 for 1333mhz. But what about the CPUNB? What would be the recommended setting for this? Are there any other settings that would need changing now I'm going for a more serious overclock? Is it recommended that the 'CoolNQuiet' feature be disabled?
CPUNB is like CPU speed, it needs to be pushed as far as you can to gain more performance. At 2500MHz you'll probably need to raise the voltage to around 1.3V.

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post #1467 of 5036
Does the NB get really hot when OC'ing it to 2500Mhz? also which voltage should I increase, the CPU-NB VID or just the NB voltage? My CPU is at 3.5Ghz now but I want to increase the performance of my memory a bit also what benefit would I gain by OC'ing the HT as well?
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post #1468 of 5036
The CPU/NB VID controls the IMC on the chip itself, which is the CPU/NB controller handling the link between the CPU and RAM.

The NB voltage is the actual 'Northbridge' on the computer, which handles information to and from the CPU to various other things. Increasing the NB voltage can sometimes help when you up the FSB (or HTT, Base Clock, there are many names now...) but usually you shouldn't have to.

However, when you see that the CPU/NB Frequency is at 2500, that is not the NB, it is the IMC speed on the CPU itself. So when you overclock that sometimes it needs more voltage, depending on the chip, RAM etc.
    
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post #1469 of 5036
just got mine last night. decided to try and push it a little and went to 4ghz (286FSB) on my first OC. (NB/HT x7, ram x5.33)

going pretty well so far, ~6hrs of prime95.

my only concern is about the temps. read some posts here saying i should be looking at CPU TEMP/TMPINX not core temps. is that right?

core temp (the program) is giving me around 52c max under max load. HWMonitor is giving me the same on the cores, 33c max for TMPIN0, 58c for TMPIN1, 61c on TMPIN2.

should i be concerned? running on a GA-890XA-UD3
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just got mine last night. decided to try and push it a little and went to 4ghz (286FSB) on my first OC. (NB/HT x7, ram x5.33)

going pretty well so far, ~6hrs of prime95.

my only concern is about the temps. read some posts here saying i should be looking at CPU TEMP/TMPINX not core temps. is that right?

core temp (the program) is giving me around 52c max under max load. HWMonitor is giving me the same on the cores, 33c max for TMPIN0, 58c for TMPIN1, 61c on TMPIN2.

should i be concerned? running on a GA-890XA-UD3
Uninstall Core Temp now. Use HWMonitor, it's much more reliable. Yes, do not look at core temperatures, but overall CPU socket temperatures. You can verify which temperature is which by using HWMonitor along with AMD Overdrive, ASUS Probe II (with Asus boards, obviously ) and/or Everest.

I recommend using Everest and HWMonitor to identify which TMPIN0/1/2 are the correct temps for your board. Usually it reads CPU/NB/GFX,SB but sometimes HWMonitor reads it differently for some boards; NB/CPU/GFX,SB etc...

Once you pair up the temperatures with different programs (BIOS is a good way to check also, listed under your Hardware page) you'll know what to look for.

Keep the CPU/Socket temp under 60c, and preferably even lower under 55c.
    
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