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Yet another 920 thread

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March 16, 2010 4:39:00 PM

I'm running my 920 at 3.8 (19x200) on 1.18 vcore and 1.2 qpi. OCCT temps stay between 68-72c. I've tried for 4ghz a coupe times, but never got it stable without a huge voltage bump, so I focused on 3.8 and lowering my voltage. I keep wanting to get more speed out of this chip, but it feels like the voltage difference is too much for another 200mhz. Should I just call it good at this point?

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March 17, 2010 3:41:58 AM

Most of the 920 D0s I've played with require at least 1.30v to run 200x20 100% stable. If you're already looking at 70C @1.18v you'll probably want better cooling before you go much higher.

Should you call it good? Probably, unless you feel the speed is lacking. 4ghz is a "magic" number that everyone likes to see, but it takes good cooling, more power, and makes more heat.
March 18, 2010 2:37:05 PM

um.....i would try saving these stable settings in your profile for now and focus on ur FSB speeds...200 seems a bit stock and you would probably want to change it
March 18, 2010 4:04:29 PM

Stock is 133, if I raise it any I have to lower my RAM a lot, would that really be worth it?