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Originally Posted by Bradford1040;13018499 
what is DOCP? lol feel kinda dumb asking but I can't think for the life of me what it is.

I was wondering that myself, so I actually dug out the manual. It stands for DRAM OverClock Profile. You set the DRAM speed target, and it auto-adjusts the other specs to achieve a stable DRAM overclock.
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Originally Posted by luchog;13019440 
I was wondering that myself, so I actually dug out the manual. It stands for DRAM OverClock Profile. You set the DRAM speed target, and it auto-adjusts the other specs to achieve a stable DRAM overclock.

well OK then lol, I think that every one starts there when they bios set don't they? then tweak and BSOD then tweak some more freeze screen reset tweak again add voltage then be proud that you got it 1 Milly second faster lmao then brag. Isn't that the way of this?

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hi there...i own a ASUS M4N98TD EVO , and i would like to join "ASUS M4N98TD EVO Owner's Club" co exchange info about this board.


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Hi Coolio! In order to be officially added, you'll need to submit a verification as noted in the OP. The second post has examples of how to submit your verification. You don't need all three examples, just one of them is fine.
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hi there...i own a ASUS M4N98TD EVO , and i would like to join "ASUS M4N98TD EVO Owner's Club" co exchange info about this board.
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Hi StealtHunter! I can add you; however, because of the official requirements, could you post a new screenshot with your username in it (just in a Notepad window or something)? There's an example in the second post in the thread.

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I think I have hit a wall!!!!! I seriously can not get over 4.16ghz, I know wine and cry right lol. I really want to get to 4.4 and it seems to be out of reach why??? I can't think of anything more to do than the basics to overclock a AMD. can you guys run down the list maybe I am skipping a step, and I still need to know what is a high side (but still some what safe) for the cpu/nb volts I am at 1.45v and the cpu is 1.5625 cause of v-droop temps are very good.

I have checked everything I think, I was wondering if anyone had better luck not using the multiplier just FSB or a combo of the two! Most people I see with this board run multi up to its max and then add a few to the FSB, is that the best way still or has anyone gone the other way
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Hi StealtHunter! I can add you; however, because of the official requirements, could you post a new screenshot with your username in it (just in a Notepad window or something)? There's an example in the second post in the thread.

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I have checked everything I think, I was wondering if anyone had better luck not using the multiplier just FSB or a combo of the two! Most people I see with this board run multi up to its max and then add a few to the FSB, is that the best way still or has anyone gone the other way
From what I've been seeing, and my own experience, is that it's probably best to go with a combo of the two. The BIOS and software make it easy to do moderate OC with simple setting options; but if you want to push it much above 4.0; you've really got to get in there and tweak the FSB and DRAM clocks as well. The trick with FSB is to manually adjust your DRAM clocks to a lower setting at the same time; otherwise you'll wind up pushing them too hard, and going unstable.

I've noticed that you also really need to crank up the Vcore and NB voltages, to get a stable OC. I've measured the Vdroop at around 7%, in both CPU-Z and PC-Probe, in idle as well as load, so that definitely has to be compensated for.
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Originally Posted by luchog;13037703 
From what I've been seeing, and my own experience, is that it's probably best to go with a combo of the two. The BIOS and software make it easy to do moderate OC with simple setting options; but if you want to push it much above 4.0; you've really got to get in there and tweak the FSB and DRAM clocks as well. The trick with FSB is to manually adjust your DRAM clocks to a lower setting at the same time; otherwise you'll wind up pushing them too hard, and going unstable.

I've noticed that you also really need to crank up the Vcore and NB voltages, to get a stable OC. I've measured the Vdroop at around 7%, in both CPU-Z and PC-Probe, in idle as well as load, so that definitely has to be compensated for.

yeah I think I need to upgrade my ram, I tried last night going to 212fsb and I can but need to lower my ram speed and then things get worse lol. my benches after I lowered things sucked I think I have been going about this wrong I thought that I wanted higher cpu but it looks as if higher ram will do me a lot better. I am going to buy some low latency 2000mhz and then should see some difference. the wall I am hitting is the ram DAM I was hoping I was done buying guess not lol
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