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post #21 of 1647 (permalink) Old 08-08-2011, 03:42 AM
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Here's my scores, just to rub it in!

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Ignore my PI Score, something went wrong with it and it used 1% of my CPU.

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3.3 GHz NB ??? Like thats what my 'gift' rig's amd athlon x2 250 does on a 35$ mobo !!
The NB is stuck at 2.2GHz :/
My deneb does 2.5GHz :/

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So I moved on to NB increase from 2600 to 2800. I BSOD @ 2800 so I am working on finding stable Voltage

1) Any benefit to increasing NB Voltage even more after finding a stable setting? (maybe more stable)
2) Something strange happened after my BSOD, all my saved logins on Firefox erased. Is this normal?
3) Im going to push for 3000Mhz NB (after I find a stable 2800 setting)...any tips?

I'm working on the same , albeit lazily.
yeah , corrupt data fed from the CPU =corrupt cache = unreadable . So FFox prolly just skipped the idea and moved on ( new session ).
You just hit a wall at times.. 2.8NB is plenty wink.gif RAM TIMINGs ??

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Running 2800MHz NB now @ 1.3v (IIRC)

I'm testing for stability with p95 and Maxxmem, want to make sure its stable. Everything seems a lot faster vs the 2600MHz NB!!!!

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XDXD, Anyways, Put the Northbridge Volts around 1.22V, and for the Northbridge Freq, you should be messing around with the CPU-NB Voltage which will help you find some stability for 2800MHz thumb.gif try 1.37V

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Heres mine any higher and it wont be super stable..



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XDXD, Anyways, Put the Northbridge Volts around 1.22V, and for the Northbridge Freq, you should be messing around with the CPU-NB Voltage which will help you find some stability for 2800MHz thumb.gif try 1.37V

Hey bud,
So even though P95 would pass after a few hours, the last level on Crysis kept crashing my computer (its a great test).

So I keep increaseing NB V. Currently at 1.375 (Firefox crashed as I was writing this). And CPU is at 1.2875, the same as always.

Seems like it is not stable so far.


edit: had to return back to 2600Mhz unfortunately. Even at 1.375V it was crashing on Crysis.
Thanks for all the help though, really appreciate it.

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Daito - Increase your CPU-NB multi to x12 or x13 depending on how you overclocked your system - try to get it to 2600-3000ish and your numbers should go up a good amount smile.gif



I ran mine, but because 8gb on my board will only run in 2T command rate and I cannot force 1T on this motherboard/BIOS revision... I guess I'm kinda stuck frown.gif


try cputweaker to change command rate in OS

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