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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.

that 1.45v goes on the CPU/NB spot right??

on the NB spot, how much voltage do you think i should apply (current voltage = stock)


on my cpu freq, im running 1.443something or a little bit more (the numbers changed from gray that is normal voltage to yellow that means "watch it dude") almost hitting the 4.9ghz... i think that the base clock is 237 and the multi 20.5
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that 1.45v goes on the CPU/NB spot right??
on the NB spot, how much voltage do you think i should apply (current voltage = stock)
on my cpu freq, im running 1.443something or a little bit more (the numbers changed from gray that is normal voltage to yellow that means "watch it dude") almost hitting the 4.9ghz... i think that the base clock is 237 and the multi 20.5

Look, every chip is different. My FX-4100 takes 1.48V just for stable 4500MHz, then it takes me over 1.65v to stabilize 5000MHz. That kind of voltage scares a lot of people. Then again my chip is not as expensive as yours.

Yes I put 1.45V on CPU-NB.

I had to bump my NB to 1.3V.

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my cooling system (a Thermaltake Frio push/pull at 2500rpm) may not be enough...

I've learned while helping other members here that also run a Frio that while running a Thuban, this was definitely the limiting factor. The 81xx runs hotter yet! Be careful and watch those temps.

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I've learned while helping other members here that also run a Frio that while running a Thuban, this was definitely the limiting factor. The 81xx runs hotter yet! Be careful and watch those temps.

well... considering room temp (circa 25°C without air conditioner, and 19°C with air conditioner), idle cpu temps can get as low to 35°C at 4.875ghz and 2670mhz on the CPU/NB... mobo temps 31°C almost 24/7 on load...

cpu temps on full load can get to 54°C or a tad higher... maybe my chip isn't that hot after all... or i finally managed to apply the TIM correctly haha (arctic coolin mx-2 btw)

im actually impressed with my rig right now... however, i must say for all BD users here:

CPU/NB in the Bulldozer architecture, SUCKS A LOT OF ASS... in my case, after 2700mhz it literally craps itself... a real bummer, as with my previous thuban, i could easily get to 2800 with no problem whatsoever...

i praying that with the Piledrivers, these problems cease to exist...
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Here's a upload of maxxmem 1.98 and 1.99 in a .zip file

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Here's a upload of maxxmem 1.98 and 1.99 in a .zip file
maxxmem98-99.zip 2167k .zip file

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