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Yeah, not sure what exactly my RAM is at currently. I just still have it set to auto.
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Okay my RAM is

Freq: 560.0 MHz
FSB: DRAM 1:2
6-6-6-15-20-1T

I could probably up the speed a bit, but I might have to fiddle with timings at that point.
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Originally Posted by Kamakazi View Post
Okay my RAM is

Freq: 560.0 MHz
FSB: DRAM 1:2
6-6-6-15-20-1T

I could probably up the speed a bit, but I might have to fiddle with timings at that point.
I'm 30 minutes into blending with 3.8 GHz and 7-7-7-21 timings. Core VID is set to 1.4V (still high IMO- maybe I have a mislabeled 125W ) and NB VID is set to 1.25V. Everything is at 14x so its just a matter of making sure everything is stable at this point.

Also, slightly off-topic: I'm watching TMonitor while Prime95 is running. Should I be concerned when the GHz and corresponding "bars" dip for a few seconds every minute or so?
    
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I'm 30 minutes into blending with 3.8 GHz and 7-7-7-21 timings. Core VID is set to 1.4V (still high IMO- maybe I have a mislabeled 125W ) and NB VID is set to 1.25V. Everything is at 14x so its just a matter of making sure everything is stable at this point.

Also, slightly off-topic: I'm watching TMonitor while Prime95 is running. Should I be concerned when the GHz and corresponding "bars" dip for a few seconds every minute or so?
Good to hear things seem to be working well.
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Hey guys!

I have a hard decission,

Which OC would you guys keep out of these 2?


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1354257

Or 4Ghz with ~1140Mhz ram?


MAybe at 4Ghz since my RAM is so low I could try and lower the timings from CL9 to CL 8 or CL7 ?

It seems with my current motherboard BIOS I can't go past that on RAM while at 4Ghz, it is a BIOS problem I've been told.

What would you prefer?
    
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I would prefer speedier RAM, as the performance by 200Mhz on the CPU cycle will not benefit much more than perhaps a mere few FPS in gaming.

The faster RAM and lower overclock gets my vote, like I said before.
    
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I would prefer speedier RAM, as the performance by 200Mhz on the CPU cycle will not benefit much more than perhaps a mere few FPS in gaming.

The faster RAM and lower overclock gets my vote, like I said before.
Thanks (Again ).


I'll give a try to the newer BIOS (F8l, I'm on F8k atm) and see if I can get 4Ghz with speedier RAM, if not, I'll stay at 3.8Ghz then, which is a very nice OC considering it's only @ 1.36v

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Thanks (Again ).


I'll give a try to the newer BIOS (F8l, I'm on F8k atm) and see if I can get 4Ghz with speedier RAM, if not, I'll stay at 3.8Ghz then, which is a very nice OC considering it's only @ 1.36v

Thanks again!
Sounds like a plan!

I think you'll gain more benefit from having faster RAM and overall system response than to a higher CPU clock. I know that's what I'd choose if I were in your same position.
    
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Sounds like a plan!

I think you'll gain more benefit from having faster RAM and overall system response than to a higher CPU clock. I know that's what I'd choose if I were in your same position.
Thanks

I'll try it, if it doesn't work, i'll leave it at 3.8Ghz and tighter the timings
    
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Just upgraded out a Pentium D 925 and XFX 630i (Good Riddance!) ... I got some nooby queries, if anyone could help.

Firstly ....
I don't understand how Turbo Core works. I ran the Everest CPU Queen benchmark @ 6 cores and got a score of 26,489 @ 2.8Ghz.

I then lowered the parameters to 3 cores .... and got a score of 14434 @ 2.8Ghz . Am I missing out on something?? I thought Turbo Core would work and the benchmark would run at 3.3Ghz.

PS - Turbo Core is enabled in the BIOS and I am using the latest BIOS available (F7).

Secondly ....
Everest reports my CPU temperature as 51c ... but each individual core temp as 37c. So what is my CPU temperature ultimately??



Note : Core Temp 0.99.7 is also reporting a temperature of 37c.
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