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I can run my memory on the next divider np. I'll do another run shortly....I'm in the middle of something right now.

And I'll try 325x14 this time too.
Im done for the night so lets see what you can do
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Try to get your NB up around the 3Ghz range, it takes my board 1.4 for the NB to be stable at 3Ghz. I'm saying cause I get 77-77.9Gflops with 4.05Ghz CPU and CL8 1600Mhz RAM. You have CL7 RAM so you should be better than mine...

Off Topic:
Why is it when I set my CPU voltage in the BIOS to 1.485, it's 1.6 in Windows? It won't let me select anything in the 1.5 range, it just jumps to 1.6. Also I noticed my 12V in HwMonitor is saying 15-17v when OC'd...Anyone have issues with this? Might just be my BIOS, IDK...

i set it up to x10 a bit of improving in the Gflops. Around 67-68 now. Still really low no?


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i set it up to x10 a bit of improving in the Gflops. Around 67-68 now. Still really low no?
*snip*
Try turning your Vcore up some. If you are not doing anything on your PC while LinX is running your Gflops should be real close in line with each other. Not jumping from 66 to 68 back down to 65 ext...

FYI I am running a 95w 1055T and I need 1.5v to be stable now @ 4050 after trying for 4.2Ghz

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This pic is just to show you how linX is supposed to be consistant with the Gflops, damn its getting hot here in Florida...


Edited by Seanicy - 8/23/10 at 3:40pm
    
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so what your saying is my mobo is crap lol? im lost
Nonsense! Your motherboard is simply fantastic! Very few boards can reach 3.92 GHz on stock cooling, but this budget solution seems to work well. I am not certain whether the overclocking potential of our boards differs as my motherboard lacks the updated SB850 southbridge (USB 3, SATA 3, extra PCI-E lanes), but I would expect that we face the same ceiling. Your experiments suggest that the benefit of extra cooling is longer CPU life, rather than higher overclocks.

TMPIN1 vs TMPIN2 ???

Have you determined which of these is the CPU temperature? In AMD Overdrive, they appear as TMPIN2 and TMPIN3. In Everest, they are Motherboard and CPU temperature, respectively. Finally, in the BIOS, only the former is identified as the CPU temperature.

I notice that your temperatures diverge at idle and converge at load. The temperatures in my system differ by only 2 C at idle (TMPIN1 < TMPIN2) and are essentially identical at steady-state load or sustained full load. However, TMPIN2 always trails TMPIN1 when CPU load is perturbed.

My settings are as follows:

MB Intelligent Tweaker: (Default except)
IGX Configuration -> VGA Core Clock Control may be set as high as 800 MHz, but heats up North Bridge
CPU Performance Boost -> Disable
CPU Clock Ratio -> 14X
CPU Northbridge Frequency -> 9X (10X w/ IGP OC)
CPU Host Clock Control -> Manual
CPU Frequency -> 280 (275 w/ IGP OC)
HT Link Ratio -> 8X
Set Memory Clock -> Manual
Memory Clock -> X5.33
System Voltage Control -> Manual
DDR3 Voltage Control -> +0.05
NorthBridge Volt Control -> +0.1
SouthBridge Volt Control -> +0.1 or Normal
CPU NB VID Control -> +0.15 (0.175 w/ IGP OC)
CPU Voltage Control -> +0.125

Advanced BIOS Features: (Default except)
AMD K8 Cool&Quiet Control -> Disabled
Init Display First -> OnChipVGA

PC Health Status: (Default except)
CPU Warning Temperature -> 60 C
CPU FAN Fail Warning -> Enabled
SYSTEM FAN Fail Warning -> Disabled
System Smart FAN Control -> Disabled

Please indicate any differences in your setup.

Note that an overclocked onboard GPU leads to converging idle temperatures and diverging non-steady state temperatures. In your case, your onboard GPU is disabled, resulting in a lower TMPIN1 across the board.

Please indicate whether you have observed similar behavior for your motherboard. Rapid transients in TMPIN1 may suggest that it is the North Bridge temperature as it only employs passive cooling, whereas the actively-cooled CPU socket (not the cores) is less sensitive to transients. Since your HSF is superior to mine, the CPU socket temperature should be even less sensitive to perturbations in CPU load. Could you quantify this in terms of TMPIN1 and TMPIN2 just as you have with the core temps (16-44 C)?

Most importantly, I would like you to test high CPU frequencies (up to 4.3 GHz) using different multiplier settings in order to determine the thermal barrier of this motherboard. In order to do this, you may have to loosen the timings of your RAM and lower the memory divider. If 4.2+ GHz is possible, I myself will elect to order your $35 cooler.

Thank you. Good luck!

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new update me me XD 4355.08 MHz
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1370797
Thank you for answering my question. I knew that this board was a winner, but is a Vcore of 1.55 not too high for long-term use? The next time I update my BIOS, I will drop my CPU multiplier and raise my DDR3 frequency. Your cooler is definitely on my shopping list.

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yeah all it was was me being a ***** and not wanting to put more then 1.475v on it lol
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For the sake of curiosity, please try:

CPU multiplier: 12.5
NB multiplier: 9
HT multiplier: 6
DDR3 multiplier: 5.33x (same timings)
HT reference clock: 352

Of course, higher HT clocks are even better.

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na it dont like them settings lol

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FSB/Multiplier: 272 / x14
CPU Speed: 3808Mhz (3.8Ghz)
NB Speed: 2176Mhz
CPU Voltage: 1.37v
CPU-NB Voltage: Stock
RAM Speed: 1450Mhz
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P
Model: 125W

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I noticed last night when looking at CPU-Z that even though I have my Vcore set to 1.35v, when in windows, CPU-Z shows my Vcore at 1.21v??

I'm currently Stable at 3.4Ghz with these settings but it worries me if I'm planning to go even higher, any thoughts?

PS - On a side note, have my CPU running @ 3.4Ghz (95W Model) and my full load temps last night were 26C lol
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I noticed last night when looking at CPU-Z that even though I have my Vcore set to 1.35v, when in windows, CPU-Z shows my Vcore at 1.21v??

I'm currently Stable at 3.4Ghz with these settings but it worries me if I'm planning to go even higher, any thoughts?

PS - On a side note, have my CPU running @ 3.4Ghz (95W Model) and my full load temps last night were 26C lol
That vcore is too high for 3.4Ghz, specially since it's a 95w model..

My 125w model does 3.8Ghz on that vcore O.o
    
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Yours does 3.8Ghz @ 1.2V?
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Yours does 3.8Ghz @ 1.2V?
No, 1.36v, which is what you're using for 3.4Ghz
    
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In my BIOS i have it set to 1.35. BUT, in windows, HWMONITOR & CPU-Z are reporting my actual voltage as 1.21v at all times... So actually I'm @ 3.4Ghz at 1.21v. I just wandered if there was an auto downclock or something or whether it's just my mobo??
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