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  1. hat

    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    POS, I think the ranking should be lowest to highest overclock, not pure speed.
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    hat makes a good point, we'll have 2 sets of ranks, no biggy
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    I think it should only be one set =:-c
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    oh right, that way you're at the top of the list with a low speed oc while pbmaster is towards the bottom for the highest speed?
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    I just think that's the way it should be. I won't be at the top of the list, it would be... Solaris17 I think, but I'm not sure. I'm more twards the bottom :laugh:
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    lol. but i think both of the ranks should be there.
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    go ahead, good luck and if you get it stable at least 3hrs I will challenge your clock

    same here:toast::toast::toast:
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    I think it would be too much clutter, but I'm no "caption" either :laugh:
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    lol lets see what pos and ben have to say
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    I agree, both rankings should be up there. Sure, raising the multiplier is the easiest way to go, but it's still impressive when you get a high clock. All of these speeds we're reaching are rather impressive in my opinion.
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    well yeah. this is for like the 1337 amd clockers out there.
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    nope i think i would be at the top i took a 1.8ghz CPU to 3.1ghz.
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    That's what I'm saying. AMD's are known for being a little more difficult to overclock...everyone here is doing a good job and should all be noted for it.
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    absolutely
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    just lowered my ram timings to 4-4-4-12 from 5-5-5-18 so far so good
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    nice!! what voltage?
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    2.2v
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    cool, you on micron d9's?
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    yup, thats gotta be micron d9's... whats your speed?
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    not bad.
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    if your on D9's i think you can get higher.I get 4-4-4-10 @1000mhz @2.2v on my ram and it has D9's unless you have the slower chips.
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    pos, get on msn
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    i think you should divide the list up because it is much easier to get a single core to 3ghz than it is for a dual core,and panchoman shouldnt be here with his close attempt at 3ghz

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