- Jan 2, 2009
- 9,817 (2.26/day)
- Suffolk/Essex, England
|System Name||Joseph's Laptop|
|Processor||And 3900 3.1 base / 3.6 boost multi /4.3 boost single|
|Cooling||Heatpipes, lots of them.|
|Video Card(s)||Rtx 2070 8gb|
|Storage||2tb intel nvme and 2tb generic ssd|
|Power Supply||300w power brick|
|Benchmark Scores||Cinebench r20 6222 multi / 473 single|
1.2 is stock voltage for the FSB right? I think you could get it up to 1.5 or 1.6.My FSB wall is 330 MHz!!!
My current volts to achieve 4 GHz are about 1.56v CPU and 1.4 volts for FSB. My motherboard colours the numbers red when I put the volts higher than that, so I assume that means "DANGER, EXPLOSION POSSIBLE". Should I risk it and try pumping my FSB voltage higher?
I think mine is set at 1.68 at the moment <_<
I'd wait for some more experienced people to say things though.
@_JM stop showing off Spare me some of that kit will you? he he