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e6 revision venice chips? anyone try one yet

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Just tried searching the forum for e6 venice, most threads returned were just about the original venice, then tried searching e6, nothing came up

 

so I actually remember trying to search and got nada, so here goes my post

 

I just purchased the e6 revision of the venice. The part # ends in BW and the actual chip info off my chip is

 

AMD Athlon 64

ADA3000 DAA4BW

LBBWE 0530CPFW

Z730436G50755

 

Sadly, this MSI board totally blows with Ocing options, its practically a plug and play by the stock settings board. Budget wise, its gonna be a while before I can get ahold of a DFI board to actually see what the potential of this newer e6 actually has.

 

But I was wondering if anyone else has gotten one of these yet and had a chance to use and abuse one on thier NF4 board yet? Just wondering what the potential of this thing might be. For 119 bucks on ewiz.com shipped free Im not complaining though. For now its serving its purpose. I hope to get a much better stock clocked chip for this MSI later, maybe even a dually core by then and pop this into a DFI NF4 flavor later on. Thats the plan, this MSI will need a faster stock clocked chip as Ocing is out of the question.

 

Until then, just wanted to see if anyone else has gotten the e6 yet?

 

Cheers

Jeremy

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I got an E6 (3000+)

 

267 * 9 = 2.4Ghz - 1.4V (Prime95 Stable 8+ hours)

289 * 9 = 2.6Ghz - 1.525V (Prime95 Stable 12 hours)

 

I don't like running my CPU at high voltages so I stick with the 2.4Ghz speeds. Both speeds were with memory dividers.

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Mine runs 2650 Prime stable, will finish SuperPi32m at 2700 (on air).

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As far as I know these e6-Venices are in fact not Venice at all but dualcore CPU's where one core is faulty and disabled. It is my impression that these are not good overclockers at all.

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I've got a very recent one:

 

3000+ NBBWE 0604GPMW

 

It's not the world's greatest overclocker... 2.4 at 1.4v, 2.5 at 1.5v, 2.6ghz at 1.6v, can't get 2.7.

 

I run the 2.5ghz/1.5v as my base o/c, but I kinda hope the chip craps out so I can buy a new one...

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Could you guys please post the stepping of your Venice for my reference?

I got a "rare" Venice 3200 e6 stepping I need info on

 

Thank you.Thread

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Thank you, I will see what I can dig up on them. Kinda busy right now, I'll have to do it tonight.

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