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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by giorgos th., Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    thanks i need to leave you heat and what did you squeeze out of it
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    Forgot to post this here, had it for like 2 weeks. Haven't gotten higher yet cuz I'm a n00b :(

    Really though, just haven't had time to play more. Spring break is next week, and after that, I'm getting back to business :toast:

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    when cdawalla posted the fastest AMD a few posts back I was thinking to myself, damn thats awesome.

    Then I was like hmmmm, I wonder if sno.lcn did some runs while he had some Ln2 left. Well haha, questions answered :laugh:
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    Very nice sno.lcn

    I so got to get me a AMD PII.
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    holy Crap WoW!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    team finland got 6.6 Ghz out of theirs , and ran 3mark 06 for a world record in multiple cards at 6.1 GHz.

    So 5.6 for sno.lcn is an amazing overclock, team finland just killed it!! :toast:
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    Add This Please

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    Excuse the high VCore, first SP1m run on this new P5Q Pro board and also first chance this chip has ever had to shine as I got the P5Q to replace my DFI while its in for RMA because it wouldn't OC worth a shit and would throw up 88 codes at even a 1mhz OC on the RAM or CPU. :banghead: :slap: :laugh:


    I know the chip has more in it as I've seen 550x9, maybe 5GHz 32M SP1m stable with enough tweaking..but I'm a n00b and I'm still learning! One things for sure, and that's the RAM has more in it being Mushkin stuff rated at 1150mhz out the box......I'll get to work tomorrow and see what it can do with just 2GB of ram to make it easier on the NB. :) :rockout:
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    Thats a great start :)

    Just wondering what PLL and VTT volts you are running?
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    Only thing I changed are the mem and cpu volts..believe it or not the rest are on Auto....more fine tuning to come and hopfully I'll get closer to 5GHz stable. :)
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    very nice run my best...

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    @cdawall that opty is a great clocker and not bad voltage. that seems kind low for that kinda clock
    Crunching for Team TPU
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  13. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    volts are higher than that

    suicide or stable?
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    I know, right? I've got lots of work to do :cool:
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    thats a great clock bro :toast: congrats.

    CDAWALL, thats still impressive bro, those opterons are looking might good :rockout:

    haha, dont we all! :)
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    Add this please

    My latest run @ 3300ghz:)

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    You guys are going to laugh at me. I think I may be going old school here in a bit ....

    Will post in the thread if I get some good results. ;)
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    good run bro, tried to go any higher?
    hmm, I wonder the results you are going to get, good luck bro :toast:
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    Haven't yet no, my temps are holding me back. I'm still on the stock cooler. Goes to about 61C under orthos
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    got any plans to improve your temps?
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    Damn this chip gets hot ... ;)
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    Now that is a good speed your running at! I previously had a Celeron D330 std @ 2400mhz. It ran 3500 easily. But at that time my gigabyte mobo could not adjust voltages to the core so I had to stop:mad:
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    Yes, wait for winter!!:laugh: But seriously, I'm not really sure what cooler to get. Probably just a nice little Zalman or so. I don't want anything heavy. I can easily clock it higher tho, the load temps just get a tad to high. Only when running orthos tho. I can game forever and never go above 52C. So I might just consider it. Ambiet was like 32C at that time
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    I got 11.??? at 4012MHz
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    :laugh:

    Winter is the most effective cooling for the money lol, its free :)


    I would however invest in a TRUE or a Zalman, great coolers!


    Maybe JRracing can recommend one, he is using an Akasa that is fairly well priced and gave him great results on his E5200 I believe.

    JR????
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