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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by up2nogood, May 28, 2006.

  1. up2nogood New Member

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    Stil learning to o/clock

    This is my system

    BIG TYPHOON.
    CPU- OPTY 146 @2.8,cab2e steppings.
    G.Skill 2GB DDR HZ PC4000 (2x1GB) coming tuesday.
    MB- DFI LanParty UT NF4 ULTRA-D
    GC- ATI-X1900XT 512 @ STOCK
    PSU- Enermax Liberty 620W
    CASE- NZXT LEAX

    This is what ive got
    CPU-
    FSB: 280MHz
    LDT/FSB X3
    CPU/FSB X10

    LDT V: 1.50v
    CHIP SET V: 170V
    DRAM V: 2.60

    DRAM FREQUENCY 133.

    Is there anything i should change ect ?
    and are my temps ok ?
    Thanks :)
    PS your need to save the pic to see it proper lol ,,sorry

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    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    Did you mean FSB 280 by any chance? You haven't posted your temps either have you or am I just being blind?
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  3. up2nogood New Member

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    Yes mate.. i just changed it.. ooops my temps.. there up top..
    are the temps ok ? thats all idl.
    Still learning tho :)
    on the front of my NZXT LEAX case. the cpu says 28,system says 27.
    but on ITE Smart Guardian. cpu is 34, pwmic 40, chipset 44.
    What does it mean when the volts are red on ITE Smart Guardian
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    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    Quite a blurry image but those temps look just about OK I think. Try downloading Prime95 (google it - I think it might even be on the downloads section on this site) and run a torture test for one or two hours. If your temps go over 65C then you need to either get extra cooling or lower your overclock. If it comes up with errors, you need to lower you overclock. It's best to lower the memory speed before doing this to make sure that your ram doesn't cause any errors.

    Reading about other peoples overclocks is really making me want to try and push my system further now I have some better cooling...:D

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