Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by ShadowFold, Dec 22, 2008.
@JR doesn't look bad.I would try to go higher on the clocks. I wouldn't stop till atleast 3.5ghz
Sweet temps JR
I'm liking the voltage as well that is showing (1.26v), can you go any lower than that and still be stable? I'm not sure how low the Tri cores can hit when overclocked, but I know my X4 955 can do the stock 3.2Ghz @ 1.168v fully torture test stable.
Then again you're does start from a lower clock speed, so it might need just a little more voltage than I would...and as usual every unit is different.
Thx jj & pos
I'm still working on a higher 24.7 clock. Although 3.2Ghz just feels fast and very snappy. Think I will attempt to push further via htt speed.
Haven't really attempted to lower vcore much more than that. Hmmmm ...
good luck JR and keep us updated.I'm sure if you got a decent chip 3.6ghz on~1.35v would be possible for 24/7
look at this result Phenom II 720BE x3@x4
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very very nice Hunt3r, wish I had the bonus core. But I love this chip so far.
here you go on water
see thats more like it i popped 4062mhz on mine (not stable) and 3.7ghz stable on mine way back in the day before i killed the damn thing
Hearing that scares me a little. How did you kill it?
left the cpu@ stock volts and pushed 3.5v thru the memory controller on some D9DCD
Will I have problem to use on this voltage-day
I don't see any problems with that voltage at all.
My memories are 1333Mhz wanted to put them to 1600Mhz most do not know the move latencies .. you know?
Im currently working on 1333->1600 as well. What timings are you currently at? Oh and don't go above 1.75v on AM3 just to play safe.
Just upped my ram, here's where I am at with 1.7v ...
he is on "auto" BIOS
Yup, try out my timings above with 1.7v.
Yeah, IMC's tend not to like that too much. lol.
issue was the difference need to crank everything if you plan on pushing 3.5v thru the IMC cpu at 1.7v could handle it just fine
I know. It's been that way with IMC's from the beginning. IMC death was way more common in the DDR days tho, because of their much higher voltage needs.
my issue is phenom II have a 32nm IMC instead of a 45nm one when i tossed the ram on a 90nm new orleans chip i hit the same volt/clock without an issue
I know (about the IMC process that is). I'm confused why you keep addressing me tho? I'm not disagreeing with you.
where do you attain such knowledge? Reading thru each technical documentation,AMD released?
might go for 4+ ghz tonight, should be able to do 4.1-4.2 below 1.5v, and dont mind the wrong voltage on cpu-z, it always fucks with me somehow
Awesome, you are inspiring me
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