Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by silkstone, Apr 3, 2009.
yea 3.6 stock volts but cant go over 400fsb!!crap mobo
wow great job man, keep up the good work
Great job. But remember, running a CPU at the limit like that is like driving a car in the red line. OK for short bursts, but not 24/7.
It's kinda late - i post some screenies tomorrow.
Acid - Can really use a normal screw as the case is too small to get a screwdriver in, i really need the thmb screw, i'll have a go again tomorrow with a midget screwdriver and see if it can be done
Take the gfx card out and then remove the cooler from the ram.
A normal screw such as the one used for securing HDDs in place can be used.
Here it is at 4680mhz. It's about 35C in the shade today so too hot to get it upto 4.75ghz, I need to wait for the evening when the temps drop.
Acid - I can't get a screwdriver in there to put a normal screw on, so i'm stuck with the thumbscrew. the only way i could do it is by removing the motherboard first.
The top screw is the thumb screw, the bottom (next to the video card) is a normal screw.
Edit - Below is my current 24/7 clock. I left it running 8hrs overnight and was stable with those temps. Only problem is i still have a 0.02v Vdroop and 0.03v vdrop some more modding might be in order
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