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post Jan 15 2006, 12:56 AM

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QUOTE(PCcrazy @ Jan 15 2006, 12:50 AM)
Yes, obviously you need a TCCD with 3000+. Multiplier 9, I just hate it the most. It's no go with BH5. I mean, typical BH5 will do 250 2-2-2-5. But 250 x 9 is only 2.25 GHz. A64 series as far as memory is concerned greatly benefited from proc clock speed.
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why cannot 300x9 with divider 5/6 ? and we will get 250 too.
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post Jan 15 2006, 03:52 AM

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Generally, 9x multi limits d alternatives of ram, while 10x or above multi give betta options... smile.gif

Personally, 10x is d one i luv most... biggrin.gif
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post Jan 15 2006, 05:19 PM

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QUOTE(ah_khoo @ Jan 15 2006, 03:52 AM)
Generally, 9x multi limits d alternatives of ram, while 10x or above multi give betta options...  smile.gif

Personally, 10x is d one i luv most...  biggrin.gif
geez ya.. 9x sure need ram that capabale in higher speed.. to keep maintain in 1:1 divider.. most of the ram if higher mhz == loose timing.. not "kaww" ler.. biggrin.gif
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post Jan 20 2006, 01:08 PM

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guyz... just tested out my x2 3800+ can do 2.5ghz at stock volt... this is considered normal for a decent OC?

Help me to check whether the temp is ok or not, It shows around 50C load in Asus monitor.
If i pump the volt to 1.4, can hit 2.6ghz easily.

AFAIK, asus temperature monitor need to + 5 C . So it would be 55C load for 2.5ghz sweat.gif . Should i lower the clock a bit ? or its alrgiht for this temp.

Anyway,i m running a 166mhz 5:6 divider. Ram is at 208mhz now.

Since i m using a Value Select ram, is it possible for my ram to hit around 240mhz? I hav the feeling of wanna do 9X multiplier .Besides, I m having problem of burning MemTest into bootable CD. doh.gif

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post Jan 20 2006, 03:09 PM

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A short run of Prime

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post Jan 20 2006, 04:22 PM

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It is already 2006, so AMD64/Sempron OC Database clean-up will be done tonight, expect some new database posting requirements later on.


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Benchable and Bootable results will be eliminated from the database ranking, however discussion is still possible. New ranking somehow will be based on prime stable results only.


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Ranking will still be based on the highest clockspeed.


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Database will be divided into 3 categories which are socket-939 (Athlon64, Athlon64 FX, Opteron), socket-939 X2 (dual cores) and socket-754 (Athlon64, Sempron, Turion & mobile Athlon64/Sempron).


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Ranking format will be overclocked speed - user - cpu type - cpu stepping - cpu voltage - cooling method (air/water/etc)

Example:

1. 2911MHz | HornyGuy | Athlon64 X2 3800+ | CDBHE 0527UPAW | 1.60V | WATER
2. 2800MHz | I-luv-frogs | Athlon64 X2 3800+ | CDBHE 0528EPAW | 1.52V | AIR
3. ....
4. ....

Ranking list will be linked to result posting. Please provide necessary informations in your posting for reference and discussion use.



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hehe very short run indeed. You might need to run at least 2 loops in order to prove that it is stable at that speed with the voltage given.

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