Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by No_Style, Aug 19, 2005.
not worried at all..
if it burns, i got an excuse to upgrade
Well, playing with the DRAM drive strength allows me to clock my cpu up higher... strange, as I was running the ram way below spec anyway.
I seem to have gotten one of the last X2 Toledo cores, stepping is LCBQE 0649. My Manchester topped out at 2.6 GHz at comfortable voltages before getting flaky, that was a LDBFE 0621 chip.
Well, I'm stuck. The cpu is stable at 3.0 GHz at least, but I have to have the ram running on the 1/2 divider to even boot anything past 2.6 GHz.
Looks like 2.6 GHz / 216 MHz is the best I can do without taking out some of my ram.
i'm running at 1:1 with my ram @ 2.7ghz.... I think this is the fastest i'll be able to achieve running 1:1
Well my 5200+ gets here today, maybe I can pull 3.0 I don't know but definietly 2.8. We shall see
you should beable to get 3.0 out of it no probs mate...
on mine, ive got a 4800+ x2 brisbane core running at 3.02 no probs....
and thats on a crappy board!!
ASROCK ALIVE NF6G-VSTA
4X512mb CORSAIR 6400 DDR2 800 RAM, @ 4-4-4-12
CPU running @ 250 X 12 MULTIPLIER, INSTEAD OF THE 12.5 DEFAULT FOR THE CHIP
stable for months now, either in vista ultimate, or xp sp3
runs games, apps, everything, without a single crash.
runs full load @ 41 degrees, with a Cooler Master Hyper TX 2 cpu fan
.................and theres no upping of any voltages at all, all running @ stock.
everyone seems to slag this motherboard off, but i gotta say, its a little cracker.
hmmm cool! So far I have only been able to maintain 2.989 stable which kind of angers me slightly. However, I haven't tried to push past this point on the new DFI board i picked up a little while ago
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