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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by kingofyo1 View Post
with his ram and that board, I dont think he's got the option of a 666 freq on ram. 800, then 1067 then 1333 then 1600
I meant 1333 when dual channel (666x2). Basically he should downclock his ram as low as it will go then play with his cpu clock speed.
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post #22 of 24
meh these cpus dont like clock speed played with much.. basically after downclocking ram, its all about multi and NB and of course tighter timings, but thats after we can get him with a stable OC
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post #23 of 24
I know it's old news at this point... but thought i'd throw in my (very recent) experience anyway.... I built an AMD 1090t system last month.... quickly set down to OC and was able to reach stable OC of 3515 (base) 3727 (turbo) -just an OK Overclock....
Well, I decided to throw in a 6950 videocard.... so I needed to replace my 430 watt Thermaltake PSU, with a Fatal1ty OCZ 750 watt unit (which received very good reviews).
Everything was running fine. - A happy man is a man who's PC works..... : ) Anyway, for gits and shiggles I decided to see if the new PSU allowed me to OC higher. Lo and behold, I changed 2 settings in the BIOS *base multi and turbo multi* and now the machine runs stable at 3600 -4000 without changing anything else. JUST the PSU.
post #24 of 24
Oh and one more thing i can't resist.... I built a sandybridge (i know about the recall... not concerned with missing 4 SATA 2 ports). OC's NP to 4.7GHZ. Could probably go higher, but don't want to stress the thermals. The benchmarks of the sandy bridge crush anything else... it's like my AMD build is a poor little bastard now : ) one example is "SB 31000 3dmarks with 6950." "1090t 21000 3dmarks" (the variance in those numbers is substantial.... but both machines render games like butter.)
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