Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by ShadowFold, Dec 22, 2008.
Cause i know you dont have my 750a.
Ok, here is where I'm currently at.
I'm slowly working my way up.
patience pays off my friend
The only thing that bother's me a little is that I had to up the voltage to get that clock stable. I know not every chip is the same but I read somewhere that people were getting 3.5Ghz on stock voltage.
thats exactly how i feel :shadedshu
Here with Asus M4A79T-Del
With higher NB Freq but less HT and ram
Well for 3.56Ghz I had it set to 1.45v, but I'm pretty sure I could have used less voltage. For 3.28Ghz I have it set to 1.4v. *shrugs*
Well, after a little bit of experimenting, I found that if I raise the CPU NB VID up .100v from default, I can lower the CPU voltage considerably, with it still being stable. And raising the CPU NB VID I had no real change in temps, so that's good. In fact, when I raised the voltage for that, my CPU temps went down a couple of degree's, according to Everest, so that to me is a little strange. You might want to try that and see if you can lower your CPU voltage some.
no he has a crosshair II formula
Here's where I am so far. Unfortunately with this high clock I had to disable my 4th core and lower my NB freq to get it OCCT stable. I'm running a 1.52 vcore.
My 720 should be here by Friday, expect to see me on the top 5 lol
Well now I find that interesting...
Might have to experiment a bit, thanks for that.
Holy crap that's alot of voltage for 3.6Ghz, try raising your CPU NB VID voltage up some and see if you can lower those volt's! (Check my above post concerning that) BTW, you might want to try Prime95 for stability testing as I tried OCCT with my current clock and voltage and it said it wasn't stable, now with Prime95, it said it was. I also use Super PI for testing, just make it compute 4-8m digits of Pi and you will find out if it's stable or not.
Expect to see me in the top 5 by the end of next week by the latest . Maybe........
CPU NB VID? okay ill try and raise that also
i seem to be getting memory_management bsods ive had 2 so far so i boosted the ram voltage and decreased the frequency by 1mhz which is a lot with the multi, also made it 800mhz ddr instead of auto and made the HT 2ghz, 9x multi htt
ill fart about with the NB see if that is the key element in getting higher!
I ran 3.8 1.55 only 3 cores. I dont see why it takes so much voltage to get to 3.6
My clock is running at 260 which stresses the system quit a bit more than 200. I.E. my NB temp has gone up nearly 10C at idle.
True that. Why arent you using the multi?
Hope to see you there just dont knock me off the list
I should be able to clock a tad higher than 4.07GHZ by next weekend. I have a new some WC Goods coming my way..
Well my 3.79 wasnt stable i was publishing a movie and it bsod but it was good on prime
o well back to the bios!
Originally I did but my HT link wouldn't go any faster than 1600 stock and I can't afford AM3 yet.
Wooooooot, I got up to 3.5Ghz now! It's completely Prime stable with a very reasonable voltage to.
I would post a pic of the load temps but the image won't upload for some reason!
If you can believe it, the load temps after an hour and a half running Prime95 using small FFT's was 26C with each of the core's at 28C! < That was me when I saw the temps after it was running that long lol.
Edit - Ok, now it let me upload the pic, I guess you can't have a "+" in the file name........
Don't be surprised with the temps. The 1284 is seriously under rated. But come on, 3.5? I'm gonna boot at 3.8 when I get my 720 HIGHER I SAY!!
295=no money left
Yeah I love this HS now that I see how cool it make my CPU run.
Hey, I'm working my way up there! Just you wait till I come back here showing off 4Ghz!
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