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Asus M3N-HT Deluxe + AMD 940 OC BIOS Settings

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by bboy-mass, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. bboy-mass New Member

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    Wazup guys,

    I have my M3N-HT DELUXE + AMD 940BE OC stable at 3.6G with the following BIOS settings:

    1.2 HT Voltage = 1.24V
    NB CHIP Voltage = 1.22V
    CPU-NB Multiplier = AUTO
    CPU-NB Voltage = 1.3000v
    CPU Voltage = 1.400v
    CPU Multiplier = 17.5
    FSB = 200
    HTLINK = 1.800 (should it be set to 2.6 ???)

    Temps:

    CPU = 39c idle,55C full load
    MB = 33c

    Now, like I say its stable running PRIME95+Vantage in extream mode for at least 30mins and all is cool-and-the-gang. BUT, I'm hearing people getting 3.6 - 3.8G on air with lower volts, so what am I doing wrong???


    The above NB,HT settings are right from this site for running 9950BE, so I left those in place and changed everything else.

    Anyone else getting 3.6G+ with different settings and lower temps on air???

    Peace,

    Nige
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    i have a phenom II 940 with higher clock lower temps

    1.2 HT Voltage = auto
    NB CHIP Voltage = auto
    CPU-NB Multiplier = auto
    CPU-NB Voltage = auto
    CPU Voltage = 1.504
    CPU Multiplier = 18.5
    FSB = 203
    HTLINK = 1828.1

    idle temps 31C
    load >45C

    i have not run prime95 so i cant say its 100% stable, but it has not crashed on any benchmark thus far including 3dmark06/vantage/stalker
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    what cooler are you using, im using a sunbeam core contact with silverstone 120mm 110cfm fan on it.
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    bboy-mass:

    I was thinking about getting the M3N-HT Deluxe myself. Do you like this board?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    i'd say the power draw is a little up there, i also have a p2 940 and an m3n-ht and i must say, this board is effin incredible. currently i'm running this

    200x20 or 4Ghz @ 1.52v

    i've got the nb frequency at 2800 or 200x14 at 1.375v

    and my memory is running the optimal/max oc sli epp profile- which gives me 5,5,5,12 2t at 2.2v

    i haven't given it a full stability test although i can game with it fine for now. as for stability i'm going for my max stable this sat so i'll have better numbers for you

    also for temps i idle at 34 and load at 45 underneath a thermalright ultra 120 extreme and a panaflow 150cfm fan(yes it's very, very loud for one fan) lol
  7. bboy-mass New Member

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    T77:
    Board is nice and good temps since ditching my cosmos 1000 case and going with the cosmos had. Board rocks in sli.
    Remember guys I'm after peace and quiet, so my temps are slightly higher because thefans are on silent mode. If I put them into performance mode temps drop by 5c.

    Fan I'm using is a zalman 9700.

    R.
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    @ bboy-mass, what are you're temps underneath the 9700?
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    My temps with my old zalman 9700 was 40c idle 55c under load. Not bad for 3.6g but my New sceife mugen infinity is way better and a lot more quiet. New temps 37c idle 47c load. Easy to fit too but I'm not using the tim in the box. I'm using arctic mx-2 as people say it's way better than arctic silver 5.

    So, I'm happy to push the volts now to 1.5 and dial in 3.8. I'll let you all know how it goes.

    Now I have a cosmos 1000 and a zalman for sale. Might keep them and build another rig for sale.

    Layers,
    Nigel.

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