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A64 3500+ CPU max overclock

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I finally got around to reading the production #'s off my 3500+.

Here they are:

ADA3500DAA4BP

LBBLE 0519EPIW

Z700454E53408

 

The Z might actually be a 2 on the last line. Anyone have a similar chip to mine

that did poorly also? I guess I will have to do a little searching to see what I can

find out about other chips close to mine.

 

Thanks!

 

Peter

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I got a 3500+ Venice too.Only stable at stock speeds and really slow.

It's on RMA now.I will see what's comming.

It's a 0517 GPMW.A good Stepping normally.But only for 3000+

Where did you buy it?

 

What did you give as your reason to get the RMA? Isnt overclocking a reason to void your warranty with AMD? Im eager to learn these things and your info would help.

:)

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I finally got around to reading the production #'s off my 3500+.

Here they are:

ADA3500DAA4BP

LBBLE 0519EPIW

Z700454E53408

Mine's a LBBLE 0519DPHW. It'll do 2750, but that last 150MHz takes a voltage increase from 1.45v to near 1.6v - not really worth it IMHO.

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Another progress update. I had a little time to test some settings last night. Pics

to come after I get home from work.

 

[email protected] is very stable when my chipset voltage is 1.8v but unstable if my

chipset is at 1.7v.

 

I tried [email protected] and was not able to get it stable. I will try some higher

voltages at this speed tonight but it seems like a pretty large voltage jump to go

from 220HTT to 221HTT.

 

I did get frustraged last night and set my system at 300x9(2.7Ghz) and just went

until I got it. The system wouldn't even boot to memtest until I hit like 1.575-

1.6v. It wouldn't boot into windows under 1.65v and was still unstable at

1.6775v which was as high as I dared go.

 

This weekend I will be going home to swap processors with my friends winnie and

see what we can both get respectively.

 

I still have my doubts about this board since I seem to have to run a lot more

chipset voltage to get a stable overclock than most people but I will start another

thread specifically for that.

 

Thanks:)

 

Peter

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What did you give as your reason to get the RMA? Isnt overclocking a reason to void your warranty with AMD? Im eager to learn these things and your info would help.

:)

 

 

She makes errors after acouple of Days. BSOD 's and so on.

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a little more progress made.

 

Now 223x11 OCCT is stable for some reason? :confused: Not that I am

complaining but for some reason it appears that after running prime95 for the last

day or two I can get a better overclock out of my cpu. I am running prime95 on

my current setting to make sure it's stable so hopefully in a few more days I can

go up another couple mhz on the Htt:)

 

223htt145vocctstableldt15vchip.th.jpg

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It appears to be prime stable (7.5 hours so far). Check out my full load system

temps :shake:

 

223htt145vprime957h30mstableld.th.jpg

 

I have some testing planned for this weekend and I am anxious to swap some

hardware with a friend to see if he has better results with his equiptment using

my cpu. I will also be measuring my actual voltages vs. what is set in the bios

now that I know where to measure them:)

 

More progress to come Hopefully :rolleyes:

 

 

Peter

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