Overclock Database 2.0

flobelix

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Aaron, I hope you won't get mad at me but I tweaked a little for this suicide shot: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=230288

So ending up in 2952mhz, 64% oc with my opteron 165 "Denmark". 81mhz more than everyday clocking and stable enough for posting and cpuz ;)
It would be very nice if you could change the ranking :hypocrite:
 

Quadrifoglio Verde

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New cpu and some new OC results:

E6600 running Orthos stable at 464 x 7 = 3248 MHz

Not that big of an OC, but the motherboard runs this amazing FSB still without changing any motherboard related voltages. It only required a DRAM voltage of 2.2v (which is the rated voltage for my memory) and a Vcore bump to 1.325v.





Northbridge core clock at an amazing QDR of 2388 MHz without breaking a sweat. Damn, this is easy... :yes:
 
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Pichu

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My Sandiego 3700+ at K8N SLI FI with moded platinum bios ( thx bosskiller ;) )

2905MHz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=234934
 

flobelix

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Congratz, nice work! K8N Sli Fi does really rock when modded.
Although a little ungrateful to claim Bosskillers rank 4 ....  ;)
 
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Pichu

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New Result:

2948MHz and if i want higher i must change cooling system because i have poor  :(

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=235019
 

Svet

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Pichu said:
New Result:

2948MHz and if i want higher i must change cooling system because i have poor  :(

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=235019
hmm very nice :biggthumbsup:
vcore used? underload temp?
 

flobelix

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47'C under load? That is very good, very low load temp.
 
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Pichu

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Temp is low but CPU is not stable :(

Cpu over 2750MHz cannot pass prime95 stress test ( More volts to cpu cannot change anything)
 

flobelix

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Clock is too high, reduce htt in 5mhz steps. When stable try increasing in 1mhz steps 'til unstable then go back one mhz of htt
 
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Pichu

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I'm bench my computer with old 3dmark2001se because i want to beat my own record, and over 2640MHz results are lower than in lower CPU speeds. Why??
 

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Are you setting a different (lower) mem divider to get higher cpu clocks? I saw you were running the sticks with just 173.4 MHz to reach 2942mhz
 
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Pichu

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Yes i set memory divider to lower because my 4 kingston sticks don't tolerate higher mhz, this is only DDR400 :/
 

flobelix

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Then you are getting lower results because of the lower mem clock
 
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Then i must change my sticks and cpu cooler to other..... Big THX for advices flobelix ;)
 

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also made a tests with 3dmark 06 which is sensitive to the CPU freq.
 

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BOSSKILLER said:
also made a tests with 3dmark 06 which is sensitive to the CPU freq.
And NB clock, just going from 400 to 450 and dropping multi to 8, I get another 100 points on CPU bench. ;D

I'll add all the new additions now...

EDIT: I'm beaing beaten by 10MHz... Not for long! :hypocrite:

Update: Listed new people, added a stable section too.
 

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Good Idea with stable ranking
Well, then I'm offering my stable everyday setting of 2871mhz (see sig) for stable ranking. Although I think the Intel cpus will kick me out of the ranking as their stable default clocks are mostly higher. Maybe this should also be divided into an Intel and an AMD section.
 
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