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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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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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