Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by JC316, Aug 7, 2007.
I think i too did something around 1.8v on my 5kBE on my Xigy 1283
i just looked through some old posts and found something around 1.95v for mine lol!
Old School Athlon X2
Here's my AMD pc:
HTT Speed: 1120
Memory type and speed: DDR400 @ DDR466
CPU Voltage: 1.42
Motherboard Type/Brand: MSI K8N-Neo4F
CPU Type: Athlon X2 3800+ Toledo
Memory timings: 2.5-3-2-6 1T
Cooling: Zalman 9500 Led
Oldie but goodie
However, I seem to remember i held one or two of the benches/records in the club back then, although clearly not the "how much juice can I run thru my chip" record
nope i held that pretty securely
Is that IHS I smell burning?
no its my finger i tried to touch the HSF while it was on
anyone have good overclocking specs for a AMD 64 X2 4600+ brisbane??
try email@example.com that will give 3ghz
HTT x4(800 in BIOS)
ram @667 strap(try 5-5-5-12-2T@800 strap will give 1000mhz)
that chip clocks about like my 4850e so i will try to find a CPU-Z or a SS with my settings so you can try them if you would like
9850BE 3.0 Ghz @ 1.264v memory at 1033 @ 2.1v
multi changed to x15, everything else stock including cooler
i got 3060.27mhz with 12X 255mhz
CPU-Z screen shot please(CPU and ram). also don't forget orthos or Prime 95 to stress test it to make sure its stable
ill do it another day i have homeworks to do and exams to prepare. But anyway its only a normal spec so why people would care?
I just want to see your ram speed and CPU voltage also timings. Here i will show you mine
1.3volt cpu just changed the multiplier and the mhz the ram is still the same too not changed. i tried PC wizard and it told that my cpu fan is runnign at 168200 RPM ghahahahaha guys sorry but tonight i will produce a hurricane
is your ram on the "limit" strap in the BIOS? If not it also went up when you upped the bus speed(or what ever you call it on AMD)
I HIGHLY recommend that you run Orthos overnight
it is on AUTO mode i have a new motherboard so dont really know it but i know it test itself the stability of the overclocking. If its not stable the system hang on starup and you push reset and recall the last working parameters
to test to be sure the system is truly stable you have to run a program like orthos,Prime 95,OCCT for 8hrs or more. If you really want to be sure it's stable you will run it for 24hrs or even more I let mine go for about 7-8hrs if nothing after that time i run folding at home and game on it. if there is any instability it will show sometime or another when folding 24/7
EDIT: when my board is on AUTO it raises the RAM speed with the bus speed
Current settings, runs like a champ.
HTT Speed: 1100
Memory type and speed: DDR2 800 @ 824 MHz
CPU Voltage: 1.4375
Motherboard Type/Brand: Asus M2N SLi-Deluxe
CPU Type: Athlon64 X2 6000+
Memory timings: 4-4-4-12
Cooling: Zalman 9500 AM2
ok..but anyway my system is never open more than 5- hours in a row so no need to test
i still recommend it but ok if your sure. do what you do
and i have no time to lose to test it sorry
it's all good. just don't do anything on it (like a report for school) that you don't want to lose. You run a higher risk of BSOD or a system hang and you won't even know it isn't stable till that happens. If you don't have time to test it then please consider setting it at 3ghz(not much above) @1.32v that is stable on most 65nm X2s with the G2 stepping
Here you go my Cool X2 5600 Windsor @ 3.5 Ghz
HTT Speed - 1000
Multiplier - 14
Memory type and speed - Kingston ValueRam DDR2 800 @ DDR2 1000
FSB - 250
CPU Voltage - 1.376
Motherboard Type/Brand - Biostar TF8200A
CPU Type - X2 5600 Windsor
Memory timings - 6-6-6-18-2T
Cooling - Xigmatek S1283 cooler with Raidmax Magma Red fan
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