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hey luchog did you see they are selling the am3 boards price is not that bad msi 890 am3+ board is 159.00
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hey luchog did you see they are selling the am3 boards price is not that bad msi 890 am3+ board is 159.00
Nice. I'm not planning on upgrading anytime soon, though.
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Nice. I'm not planning on upgrading anytime soon, though.
kinda feel like a azzhole now I just tried to order one manly cause it had the multiple pcie slots for more graphic cards (go more power) lol, and guess what!!! I live in the USA so that means I CAN'T HAVE IT FIRST Waaa bo who. I hate that it is only being sold to Japan and China I think that just sucks
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My latest overclock. I managed to get over 3.8Ghz, but I'm having a hard time keeping it stable beyond that. I did notice that the CPU doesn't seem to like any multiplier over 18.5. The moment I hit 19.0, it goes really unstable. Current settings are stable after 12 hours of Prime95 torture test.

ETA: I'm not using TurboV to do the actual overclock, all the settings are in the BIOS. I'm just using it to display my OC settings. However, it is a relatively useful tool to do an initial overclock and play with the settings a bit before tweaking the BIOS.

Edited by luchog - 4/24/11 at 9:39am
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My latest overclock. I managed to get over 3.8Ghz, but I'm having a hard time keeping it stable beyond that. I did notice that the CPU doesn't seem to like any multiplier over 18.5. The moment I hit 19.0, it goes really unstable. Current settings are stable after 12 hours of Prime95 torture test.

ETA: I'm not using TurboV to do the actual overclock, all the settings are in the BIOS. I'm just using it to display my OC settings. However, it is a relatively useful tool to do an initial overclock and play with the settings a bit before tweaking the BIOS.
now mind that the temps are high only because it is very hot inside today a/c was off till I woke up at noon and it was f'n hot but these are as you know and I have almost the same set-up very stable and I have my memory OC'ed from 1333 to 1625 if you need me to will right down all my settings from start to finish in the bios I can push harder but it really doesn't get me more as I would need to up-grade to 2000mhz ram at low timings to really see more of a difference as that is the bottleneck with my set-up over 4gig on the core
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I Made some changes to get better FPS and these are working much better all the way around! I still have the over all clock down around 4ghz but only till I get a second rad to keep delta temps down during gaming (dam summer is here) I will be getting new case on Wednesday and will build over the weekend I am hoping! I will say that AMD has proved to be hard to overclock after being used to Intel but once you figure it out it is not that hard!!!! I would like to add that good fast ram is key to getting over 4ghz stable I am upgrading mine to ether 1866 or 2000mhz just to have head room ram running low latency as well, like if you are running 2000 at 1600 you can lower the timings so you get better speed! I have just tried a pair of 2000 and was able to push my system much harder to bad I had to give them back lol, but as I am building the lan gamer I will just switch my ram from this to that and buy the 2000mhz! I am not very good at remembering to document my benchmarks or I would post pictures of them but most are for FPS in games so unless you guys are interested in those pictures I can only tell you that the results from these settings are much better still have cpu/nb at 2860 and ht at 2200 but the FSB 220 is up from the 204 it was and the multiplier is 18.5 down from 20.5 voltage for cpu i auto and the cpu/nb is 1.46** the only other manually set is the NB and that is 1.28 all other is auto, oh and ram is set at 1.66 but that is because it is overclocked as of now running 1466 down from the 1625 it was at. I run prime now for hours with out any errors at all!
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I still cannot seem to get my OC over 3.9Ghz. It runs stable at 3.89Ghz now; but just doesn't like going over that point. It's currently at 210Mhz with a 18.5 multiplier. I've got my Vcore set at 1.5125v, which gives me a load Vcore of 1.42v with Vdroop. I unlocked the CPU and set the NVCC voltage to +10%, my VNNB is 1.2v, and RAM at 2.5v and around 1160Mhz.

The moment I raise the ref clock over 210Mhz or my multipler over 18.5, it goes unstable and dies. I've tried cranking the Vcore as high as 1.5250; but the vdroop just keeps dropping it back down to 1.42 as soon as there is any real load on the CPU.
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I still cannot seem to get my OC over 3.9Ghz. It runs stable at 3.89Ghz now; but just doesn't like going over that point. It's currently at 210Mhz with a 18.5 multiplier. I've got my Vcore set at 1.5125v, which gives me a load Vcore of 1.42v with Vdroop. I unlocked the CPU and set the NVCC voltage to +10%, my VNNB is 1.2v, and RAM at 2.5v and around 1160Mhz.

The moment I raise the ref clock over 210Mhz or my multipler over 18.5, it goes unstable and dies. I've tried cranking the Vcore as high as 1.5250; but the vdroop just keeps dropping it back down to 1.42 as soon as there is any real load on the CPU.
dude push that thing way up 1.56 or just change it to auto and also get the core unlocker off all the way even in bios it crashes my pc every time

plus what are you running the cpu/nb volts at mine are 1.4625
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My screen name on the validation is what I call my comp and sign me up please, as to me this was the ONLY board worth picking to go sli with, as I didnt care how unpopular it had become and I wasn't doing a wishy washy "hack" on a $100 to $150 dollar MB
Edited by smoket4279` - 4/26/11 at 7:42pm
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