Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by ShadowFold, Dec 22, 2008.
hit k10stat and see if you can squeeze one core to 4.5ghz for super pi then set affinity to it
on all 4 cores bro?
im not used to Kstat but if you can tell me what to set in it Id be glad to try for ya?
how many runs linx stable?
doesnt seem that the PI´s improve much... you maybe got a bottleneck there?
Good Job though, you now own the fastest Phenom 2 on water from what i know. ;-)
try one of the cores (ever chip i have had core2 ie the third core has been strongest) right click in the clock area of cpuz and select core whatever your clocking set your affinity and see what it can do in 1m
wow I see all the attention is on me little shitty AMD proc hey lmao..... sorry guys for gloating but this freaking rocks and Im so proud of what i've hit so far plus Im just so grateful for all the onlookers and there great comments... thanks guys
I asked CP on MSN If he had to guess what this thing could do and he said 4.2...... well lets see if it can do a 1GHZ O/c
thanks but im not into just a single core atm.... no pun intended but i've been a strong believer in clocking all cores (thats all I know).... I'll post back and Im going to run AOD for the bump....
you want to trade your shit against an old c2? i will take it instantly !
4 ghz 24/7 crunching stable is really possible on amd
everyone overclocked my post
that seems pretty decent i'd say, but why not the 785 board?
one word cheap
should make up a pretty decent cruncher, server, and backup rig
well as long as it has acc then you might be lucky and unlock that little thing into a badass cpu
Well guys Im done trying for a 1000MHz O?C tonight.... I tried with voltage bumps and ACC enabled... I could get to the point where windows starts but would than get the dreaded BSOD... I think 4.1 stable 24/7 is good as it gets for now.... Im not saying I wont try harder but for the moment i think i should let the Thermal paste cure to get the temps even lower....
you may consider to hang a second pump in your setup, the TT ones are fairly weak, they only count as "flowbooster" for me using mine for exactly that!
EDIT: also, consider a smaller heatercore from a car. like mine,just smaller. thats pretty cheap,and will bring murderous achievements
i would also pair it up with a 4850 1gb(card in my specs will be put in it and will replace the 4850 thats in the i7 with something in the 5xxx) also would be packed in a Tt Lanbox Lite or some other small ass case. It would be used for crunching,backup,server,Lan box and any other odd task that i want
this one maybe? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811163112
i still need to design such a device, but currently ineed an matx case for that
that is one of the ones i am considering and its cheaper then the Tt one i was looking at. I will look more tomorrow but i am going to bed. i still have a while before i even have the $$ to buy things.
Well my new 955 c3 is not as good as some i'm seeing here. When I returned from the movie my chip failed prime. It seems to need 1.5v to hit 4.0ghz prime stable small ftt. On stock voltage it will do 3.8ghz. It might be this board since it only increases voltage at .25 increments. The chip might need a bit less voltage with a few more tweaks, but this boardfs a bit limited. However, I'm still testing. Still not a bad chip compared to the old 945es C2 I had. This chip very cool running.
fullinfusion grabbed a really nice Chip there. i never heard of someone beeing able to pull it to such high clocks without major problems, or a real great amount of time
It seems my chip is just average, hitting 4.0ghz stable, with ram at ddr3 1600, using 1.5v on the core seems about right, with the northbridge at 1.3v. I tried every trick I know from disabling legacy usb search, to spread spectrum, but this boards bios seems a bit limited from what I'm used to. Still it is very fast and i'm pretty happy with it so far.
your NB speed will be your Bottleneck. no matter what people say, i believe Ram read speed has to be equal to NB read speed. over 3000mhz, you probably wont feel big improvements. your memory has to be very fast, to be in need of such high NB. i use 2800, thats really snappy, and i cant complain, even if it runs on 3.7, its still faster then 4ghz and 2400 nb, in my opinion
i heard of some gigabyte boards requiring a keyboard command at boot up to get to the advanced user settings.
yes, ctrl f1 it's on all gigabyte boards.
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