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Amd 64 3800+ 939 Venice Overclock Question/Advice

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Last response: in Overclocking
July 4, 2006 6:13:07 PM

Hey i was wondering with a Zalman 9500CU and the cpu and heatsink being lapped to 2000 sand paper if its normal my overclock stops at 2.64 with VCore of 1.440v. I Gotta AMD64 939 Venice 3800+ @2.64

Here is the info.
Multiplyer 12
fsb 220

OCZ Gold Series 2x512 (2-2-2-5) (203mhz) (3.2v)

From Sisoft benches only pc2 5000 ddr2 memory beats my bandwidth on the memory. The cpu benches above a fx-55 is bolth sisoft cpu tests.

Now my old 3000+ i killed because i uped the fsb too much and lowered the fsb multiplyer and increased LDT Voltage with cpu voltage.

Can i up the voltage more on this one or just leave it?


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July 4, 2006 6:15:25 PM

btw Idle is 28c and full load is 39c
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July 5, 2006 5:54:16 AM

oh alright thanks a bunch man!
July 7, 2006 3:56:00 PM

That's a great oc'n guide...wish i'd seen the voltage guide in it a long time ago. ;)