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AMD users how high can you get your HT speed

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by p_o_s_pc, Sep 20, 2007.

  1. p_o_s_pc

    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    How high can you get your HT speed? Give a CPU-Z SS or link. Give socket type, chipset,volts, chipset cooling...

    I will start...
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    Lets see... the highest I have gone is 5 x 270 which is... 1350...
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    whats a HT?
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    i can hit 1200 before bad things start happening
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    Hypertransport. Much better than Intel's FSB tech. It's serial based. At any rate reason why he's asking is because the rated HT speeds usually don't exceed 1000 mhz when overclocking for stability reasons. HT will become unstable, and I guess he wants to know the max.
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    It's a contest in which you go as high as you can and see if you can boot!
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    I feel a cpu-z pic isn't nescessare as I pretty much run mine at 1050MHz. 13x210FSB for 2730MHz.
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    What are the Intel users doing here?
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    I was explaining what HTT is. At any rate...I have an AMD before HTT :D
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    Thanks...but i was talking more about IRA. Also would anyone like to comment on my HT overclock?
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    Ohh, lol. Btw...from what I see...your HTT is very nice....570mhz above stock at stock volts. Any noticeable performance gains?
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    no i didn't notice any. Maybe i should set it back to that speed again so i can run super PI to see how it does. I will post back in a few with stockish HT and overclocked.I will try to get about same CPU speed.
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    If you overvolt the HT link can you get it higher than normal? Mine gets unstable around 1100. I believe the voltage is 1.2
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    Just to let you Intel users know, Intel's upcoming processors will finally have an on-chip memory controller and HTT. Though Intel calls it something else.
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    Yes you can! I would check around to see what others with your board have gotten first though. Or, just do it a little at a time and make sure your nb / sb temps are good.
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    CSI and Nehlam will debut with it, however it's most likely there will be two versions, one with CSI and on-chip memory controller, and one with the fsb approach. Well at least from what I read anyways.
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    I am back my stockish and overclocked super PI
    stock-ish
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    overclocked
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    also keep in mind the ram speed.
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    How do you overclock CSI?
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    I think Intel refrained from adding the controller to thier core 2's probablly because of heat issues. The smaller die-shrink probablly solves that problem. Also won't have to worry about gynormous NB cooling anymore.
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    What or who is CSI?
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