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3200+ venice overclocking result (POST YOURS!!)

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See my rig plz ..

Is there any room for improvement?

Up until now .. i haven't seen anyone reaching 3.0Ghz on air .. is that possible?

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That sig...is it wrong... 2800Mhz with 250Mhz mem? In the SS I think I see what could be right ... 233Mhz...

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Still trying to find the limit on mine but have done:

276.6x10 @ 2T with 166 divider and ram @2.5,4,4,8. CPU was @ 1.55V. Ram @ 2.8V.

 

Not too bad with 4 sticks of ram! :)

 

BedeM

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I could only get mine to 229x10 @ 1.45v with ram at 166 divider. Dont want to use any higher voltage. Passed SuperPI 32m but failed with 230x10 @ 1.45V

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See my rig plz ..

Is there any room for improvement?

Up until now .. i haven't seen anyone reaching 3.0Ghz on air .. is that possible?

screenshot8lo.th.jpg

 

I don't know how you are achieving that. That is a spectacular result. All i can get is 2500. I tried to hit 2.6 GHz with my memory timings totally relaxed like in the guide and I am not getting anywhere close. I are those memory TCCD? My venice is the exact same chip as yours rev. number is the same. I even tried at 1.65V and I get nothing. Just BSOD

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as da guide .. i overclocked my cpu till stable then oc my ram .. when i overclocked my cpu i kept my ram ran @ about 200Mhz .. if da divider is not possible than i ran it below 200Mhz .. since 280x10 you can use divider 150 or 140 which is divided by 14 .. 2800 : 14 = 200

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Im using a Venice 3200 LBBLE 0540 GPAW.

Its a bad overclocker. I can do 2350 mhz on stock voltage (235 * 10 or 260*9). Once it passes 2352 mhz prime95 will have errors due to the CPU... its like an on/off switch, 2340 or 2350 works, 2352 errors....

 

Now i am running patriot pc4800 and have successfully gotten it to 280something at 2.5-4-4-8 but never reached the advertised DDR600 speeds, but the RAM is not holding me back.

 

Right now my config is 10 x 235 @ 1.400v at 1:1 with 2-3-3-6 ram. And thats where it shall stay until I upgrade my processor. If you have an opteron 144 for like $160somethin I wanna buy it :)

 

Im gonna up the chipset voltage to 1.6 and CPU to 1.55 and see if it does any better now. (gonna use ram at 2.5-3-3-7 on 2.7v to test)

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