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Is this good for my 2.6c?

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December 20, 2003 3:52:45 AM

I have my 2.6c @ 3.250 on the stock cooler. I have Corairs XMS 4000 250mhz rated ram. I am running 1:1 with a fsb of 1000. How and is it possible to get more out of this rig? The highest I could get is 252 fsb. I know my ram is rated for 250 but this is running in dual channel. What do you guys think? Can I get higher? What should I do?


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December 20, 2003 4:55:08 AM

What's your mobo, and what's your vcore at?

-Intel PIV 2.6C @ 3.276G -Asus P4P800 -OCZ Copper 2x256 4000EL memory @ 252mhz 2.5-3-4-6 -XFX 5900 128meg 450/900 -SB audigy -120G Maxtor Diamond Plus9 S-ATA150 hdd -450 Enermax PSU
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December 20, 2003 5:58:16 AM

I think you're doing perfectly well, and shouldn't really expect too much more out of what you have!

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December 20, 2003 6:49:27 AM

P4P800 Deluxe and I am runnin at 1.575 vcore. I don't think I should push this any higher. I am totally happy with my setup. But still would like to hear from you guys. I get 6294 with 3dmark03. Thannks guys.


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December 21, 2003 6:46:10 PM

You say your RAM limits you, so up VDIMM a bit, than overclock a bit more, I think that if you reach the spot where the CPU won't let you go any further you can increase Vcore to 1.6, maybe 1.625, but you may not get there and have your RAM stop you before that.

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