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I must have missed that class on Thubans lol. Have a look at these


im actually impressed dude... but just look at your NB/CPU freq... 3211mhz... clearly you are underwater... im not saying that thubans dont stand punishment... just saying that NORMALLY, +1866mhz (actually +1600mhz) ram get really pesky
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still cannot go past these numbers... if i try to add some freq to the CPU/NB... no boot... this is as far as i can get...
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still cannot go past these numbers... if i try to add some freq to the CPU/NB... no boot... this is as far as i can get...

How much voltage on the CPU-NB?

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How much voltage on the CPU-NB?

default voltage with high LLC
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default voltage with high LLC

I think you know what to do wink.gif

A few of us have indeed taken our FX CPU-NB to 3GHZ and beyond.

Not with stock voltage.

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I think you know what to do wink.gif
A few of us have indeed taken our FX CPU-NB to 3GHZ and beyond.
Not with stock voltage.

Indeed we have. wink.gif

Just don't fry the chip in the process, be sure you have the cooling to handle the extra heat being generated when you do since CPU/NB clocks and voltages used for it will affect CPU temps to an extent. It won't be by a big margin but still has an effect - Every bit of temp reduction you can do will help. BD's aren't exactly CPU/NB speed friendly chips so don't expect speeds like you'd see the Thuban chips running, just do what you can without killing anything and be done with it.

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Indeed we have. wink.gif

I haven't forgotten the whoopin' your chip laid down on my chip. biggrin.gif

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That just means it was done right. wheee.gif

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any help would be welcome... i dont know the exact value of stock CPU/NB voltage neither NB voltage... im aware that i should raise a lil bit these numbers, however, my cooling system (a Thermaltake Frio push/pull at 2500rpm) may not be enough...

nevertheless... can you spare some knowledge and help this torturing soul achieve a little bit more of score? haha so dramatic
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any help would be welcome... i dont know the exact value of stock CPU/NB voltage neither NB voltage... im aware that i should raise a lil bit these numbers, however, my cooling system (a Thermaltake Frio push/pull at 2500rpm) may not be enough...
nevertheless... can you spare some knowledge and help this torturing soul achieve a little bit more of score? haha so dramatic

Kryton and I use much higher than stock voltages, but we also don't have as much heat to deal with, with only the FX-4100 instead of the full FX-8150.

I can't guarantee your chip will respond as well as mine did because of so many factors like temperature, ASIC quality, motherboard and memory variants, ect.

I will tell you that I run my chip at 3GHZ CPU-NB 24/7 with 1.45v applied, and this is with air cooling. That might be not enough for you or it might not even work at all.

I suspect Kryton pushed voltages a good bit higher with his dry ice runs.

I also apply extra voltage to my motherboard's chipset northbidge.

Now, I might get some flack for this, but I'm going to let the cat out of the bag here. You will greatly increase your MaxxMemm score by raising your CPU core frequency. So, if you just want a good bench score, temporarily raise your CPU speed as high as you can. The FX chip performance is very responsive to frequency, especially past 5GHZ, and it will affect your score greatly.

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