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post #21 of 56
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this is odd, CPU-z says my RAM is at 800Mhz. This makes no sence to me.
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post #22 of 56
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Well,I pushed my system to 4.1 Ghz, stable in 3dmark Vantage.

BIOS is at x 20.5x and 1.5125 Volts for cpu core.

I'm no sure if I should push it even more, 4.2Ghz with 1.52/1.53volts CPU core ?

Looks like HWmonior reports that my CPU v core went up to 1.63V, I'm not sure if this is normal or not, but I set the BIOS max at 1.5125V.

Here is a screen shot of HWmonitor and CPU-Z.

My 3dMark vantage result was P18600
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Screen shot of HWmonitor and Cpu-z
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post #24 of 56
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I guess I'm talking with myself today, lol

I got the CPU at 4.1Ghz, aprox 1.5125Volts CPU core voltage.
I increased the NB from 2000Mhz to 2800Mhz and increased the NB voltage to 1.25V as well as the CPU to NB Voltage to 1.25V. These appears to be within specs of the motherboard Max and recommended voltage settings.

I'm running another 3dmark vantage bench, hopefully its stable.

Please let me know if these voltage settings are to high of if I should consider raising or lowering them.

thanks!
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post #25 of 56
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I scored P18901 on 3dMark Vantage.

My CPU 1090T core multi is OC'd @ 4.1Ghz - 1.5125Volts, NB upped from 2000Mhz to 2800Mhz, increased NB voltage from AUTO to 1.25V, increased NB-CPU voltage from AUTO to 1.25V)

ONLINE RESULTS:

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3109752;jsess...7BuTLrMC4Z5KMA

A part from running my OC on Prime95 for a few hours to confirm 100% stable, I'm not sure if I can reasonnably push this any further.

Any optionions? (hopefully someone responds back today) I guess every one is gone to visit the famely on this easter long weekend.
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post #26 of 56
Well...I score P21377 with my sig, so you aren't doing bad AT ALL!
post #27 of 56
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Originally Posted by rsfkevski View Post
Well...I score P21377 with my sig, so you aren't doing bad AT ALL!
Thanks for the reply, rep+1, (only guy on overclock.net during easter) lol
I think your video card is more capable then mine ... until I unlock my shader and OC, then we'll see....

I'm not so concerned about the bench results, just the OC and Voltage themselves ?? does all of this look under control? (I'm running prime 95)
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post #28 of 56
I'm not that familiar with AMD OCing anymore, so I don't know what voltages are safe, but temps seem well within check.

Also, I think that 4.1ghz on ANY chip is good, Sandy Bridge just seems to have hit the nail on the head with OCing enthusiasts
post #29 of 56
The voltage is a little high, bt acceptable for amd chips. You need to hurry and oc your video card, you should get a lot higher score after that. Wiith that gpu, you should be outscoring me.

Oc now dammit!
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post #30 of 56
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Well, I'm not to impressed.

I did the basic CCC oc for my video card, my vantage results were initialy 18400, I Oc's the gpu to the max for CCC and only got 18900.

Weird??

I know I can unlock extra shaders on this card also, but I honnestly thought I would have gained more out.

stock clock is 800Mhz, OC'd to 840
memory clock is 1250, OC'd to 1325

I know I can push this video card to aprox 880Mhz and maybe a bit more on the memory with MSI afterburner and other softwares instead of CCC.
Edited by thestef - 4/26/11 at 7:22pm
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