I just overclocked my AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ Brisbane - 65nm Asus M3A

I just overclocked my AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ Brisbane - 65nm Asus M3A MOB

3000.51 MHz @ 240.1 MHz Temp Rise only 16 degrees from 95 f. to 111 f.

Been runing 8hrs no problems
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  1. I OC'ed my old 4000+ Brisbane to 2.7-8 stable on air cooling. they are incredibly easy to OC, its very nice.
  2. Cool. Hope you're not using the stock heatsink on that thing :D. My 5000+ Brisbane G2 made 3.08 with the stock cooler, and 3.24 with the much better Xigmatek. Anyway, I'm sure you've noticed that your overclock is a good improvement over the stock speed :D.
  3. Im a newb at oc but i was wondering what software to use. I tried using A64 tweaker, central brain identifier, cpu-z and occt but none of them worked. I use an amd 64 x2 as well. Im not sure if it 4800+ though.
  4. The best options is to read a ton of guides on overclocking then doing it through your own BIOS. make sure your MB can overclock though that might be the problem.
  5. I have the Athlon 64 X2 Athlon 5000+ Brisbane (2.6 MHz). I have been able to overclock my chip pretty well. (Some chips just have better luck than others even the same models) Here is what I changed in my BIOS... :sol:

    Multiplier - 12.5
    FSB - 250
    RAM - 667
    Voltage - 1.350V

    I am now clocked at 3124.97 MHz (3.125 GHz)

    AMD has the max temp on these to be listed at 72 C (I wouldnt go above 65)

    Under 100% load at 5 min., my max core temps were... (did not rise for 5 min.)
    (Core 0@60C) and (Core 1@52C)

    Under light load (basic web browsing like right now)
    Avg. Core temp= 33 C

  6. just a little followup. I just lowered my multiplier from 12.5 to 12, to see if maybe it would effect cooling. It didn't. All it did was drop my speed from 3.125 GHz to 3.001 GHz
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