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November 14, 2006 12:52:07 AM

Is this decent? OC

3.15

CPUz showing 1.376Voltage. Anyone have something similar and running stable? I just want to know what is the minimal voltage I can go before stability issues.

And could anyone tell me correct sets for DS3 at around 3400 OC?
Voltage FSB, MCH etc I seem to be having problems booting up when I tried, I tried different configs and it would only show the bios screen then reset to default. Yes I have read Wusy's guide but still having probs. My bios is f7

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November 14, 2006 2:04:05 AM

Yes, good OC. Lower the voltages, stress test, repeat.
November 14, 2006 2:29:17 AM

Read some more. Went with 1.35 voltage upped my OC to 3220 460FSB 1:1 2GB Patriot 667 stock.. now its 2x460 55515, running stable so far. Temps have lowered too. Getting 39C idle 60C max on both Primes at max heat stress tests.
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November 14, 2006 5:17:24 AM

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Read some more. Went with 1.35 voltage upped my OC to 3220 460FSB 1:1 2GB Patriot 667 stock.. now its 2x460 55515, running stable so far. Temps have lowered too. Getting 39C idle 60C max on both Primes at max heat stress tests.

Youve gotten really lucky! kudos!
November 16, 2006 12:36:23 AM

Well it wasn't stable at really taxing later Primes, so I upped voltage a bit.

How is this?

November 16, 2006 12:40:13 AM

Looking good. Keep testing and adjusting till you have it in that perfect zone.
November 16, 2006 1:02:09 AM

Very nice. I may have missed it, but what cooling are you using? A little tweaking may get you a little more...73% overclock is nothing to be ashamed of!
November 16, 2006 1:33:25 AM

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Very nice. I may have missed it, but what cooling are you using? A little tweaking may get you a little more...73% overclock is nothing to be ashamed of!


Blue Orb II, on max temp test dual primes I got 61C 39-40C idle. I think this is good enough, oc'ing a bit more would be hotter than I want.

I still have some room to lower voltage, so will be testing more overnight. To see if I get it a lil cooler and stable.

Oh haven't seen my PC go above 50c under normal use, like playing ghost recon, wow or FEAR.
November 16, 2006 10:11:43 PM

What's ur BIOS Vcore? From what i see u're at 1.36V in Windows now - if Cpu-Z reports corectly. What vdroop do u get in Dual Prime? With what are u reading temps? Did u tried and obtained stable higher speeds and ur only worry are temps ?
November 16, 2006 10:29:16 PM

I envy your overclock. :( 
November 16, 2006 10:39:59 PM

Common man , envy wont lead u to any good. It's only about skill and luck in equal proportions. I could tell u that i scaled an E6300 to 3.4ghz with even a lower vcore than Suzukas's and an even cheaper cooler ... but that wont do u any good either .... so ...learn to be pleased with less to fully apreciate the most.
November 16, 2006 11:25:49 PM

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What's ur BIOS Vcore? From what i see u're at 1.36V in Windows now - if Cpu-Z reports corectly. What vdroop do u get in Dual Prime? With what are u reading temps? Did u tried and obtained stable higher speeds and ur only worry are temps ?


was 1.36 in bios, but I lowered it 1 notch, above 1.35 but below 1.36 and it's perfectly stable after 14 hours of dual prime and a little cooler. Btw I love my ram.
From Wusy's guide.
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Note3: vCore should not fluctuate by more than +/- 0.100V. If it does, improve cooling on MOSFETs
I assume I am within parameters.
dual primes drop in cpuz.. from 1.344 to 1.328.. Also got Super PI 1.5 score within 17 seconds on 1mb.

Also I got 5710 3dmark 06 score. Beats comparable systems pretty much.
I have eVGA 7900GS KO, OC'ed to 600mhz 3d clock and 812mhz memory.

As for higher OC, yeah I booted up at 3.5 but it was just for fun since I need a lot better cooling for that and gain is minimal compared to what I have right now.
November 16, 2006 11:54:19 PM

What Vcore for 3.5 ? What temps ? (CoreTemp) Was it stable ? or u didnt try to find out ...
November 17, 2006 12:04:19 AM

no, not stable at all. crashed the moment I started primes. I tried with 1.45 vcore.
November 17, 2006 12:11:16 AM

Well then ... this picture its worthy :D 




3.4ghz
November 17, 2006 12:13:23 AM

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Well then ... this picture its worthy :D  3.4ghz


Gotta be logged in to see. what's your MCH, FSB vCore for 3.4 anyways, I assume yours is stable.
November 17, 2006 12:26:04 AM

I dont figure out how to put directly the image ... instead of the link ...

Anyways .. yes is stable @ 3.4 (4hours+ Orthos) . Vcore 1.4 bios (1.36 CPU-Z) , V NB - 1.45 , V FSB 1.4 , V SB 1.6 , V ICH 1.057
November 17, 2006 2:43:19 AM

:trophy:
Those Patriot modules were hidden some mighty potential
!