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Well, on that board I have my 3000 DTR running at 2.73 100% game and 3DM03 stable, since that CPU uses a 10x multi, it should get to 2.6-2.8ish (kinda broad though) but I've heard that the 3000 DTR's OC better, because the 3200 uses an older core, with an older memory controller.
 

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Just wondering if anyone had experience with ocing this cpu and how high it can go. Ill be using a tdx or apogee w/c setup. Thanks


The stock operating frequency is 2.0 on that chip right? I am running a 3700+ DTR clawhammer right now. Clawhammers need a lot of volts for a good OC, you can probably get it stable at 2.4~2.5 with 1.6 vcore, and you might be able to get it stable at 2.6~2.7 with 1.7-1.75 vcore. Good luck!
 

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The stock operating frequency is 2.0 on that chip right? I am running a 3700+ DTR clawhammer right now. Clawhammers need a lot of volts for a good OC, you can probably get it stable at 2.4~2.5 with 1.6 vcore, and you might be able to get it stable at 2.6~2.7 with 1.7-1.75 vcore. Good luck!


Whats the max vcore for water?
 

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I can't seem to get my 3400 clawhammer past 2.4. Maybe I need to put more vcore to it then. I hope to get a typhoon in the next week or so and I may try it then
 

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The stock operating frequency is 2.0 on that chip right? I am running a 3700+ DTR clawhammer right now. Clawhammers need a lot of volts for a good OC, you can probably get it stable at 2.4~2.5 with 1.6 vcore, and you might be able to get it stable at 2.6~2.7 with 1.7-1.75 vcore. Good luck!


Mine is stable at 2.7 1.6C, you DO NOT need that high of a Vcore to get it running at 2.6-2.7V. And I said that the 3200's use an older core than the 3000's... Some do, but the newer revisions are amlost Itendical to the 3000 DTR's. Do you have a CPU-Z screenshot handy? I need to know the stepping and revision of the chip to get an accurate OC prediction.
 

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Mine is stable at 2.7 1.6C, you DO NOT need that high of a Vcore to get it running at 2.6-2.7V. And I said that the 3200's use an older core than the 3000's... Some do, but the newer revisions are amlost Itendical to the 3000 DTR's. Do you have a CPU-Z screenshot handy? I need to know the stepping and revision of the chip to get an accurate OC prediction.


No waiting on my board and gpu to come in. Ill keep ya posted when its all done
 

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Mine is stable at 2.7 1.6C, you DO NOT need that high of a Vcore to get it running at 2.6-2.7V. And I said that the 3200's use an older core than the 3000's... Some do, but the newer revisions are amlost Itendical to the 3000 DTR's. Do you have a CPU-Z screenshot handy? I need to know the stepping and revision of the chip to get an accurate OC prediction.


My 3700+ wouldn't be stable @ 2.8 (400 mhz oc) with anything less then 1.65Vcore. With water cooling he can run it with 1.7-1.75 and not even have to worry. If he wants a 700-800 mhz OC stable, it will most likely take 1.7+ volts IMO.
 

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If it is an SH7-GC/A stepp revision, you should expect very similar OCing results to my chip.

I think my custom MOSFET heatsinks for my motherboard might also be helping my OC.
 
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