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#97 Raphie

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Posted 30 November 2006 - 08:53 AM

Not every processor is equal. i'm hitting a brick wall @ 2.550 no matter what.
difference is also between the Toledo and Manchester core.
however the x2 4400+ has 2x 1024kb cache rather than 2x 512.
I've had a x2 3800+ which clocked better than my x2 4400+ .....:P

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Posted 30 November 2006 - 09:28 AM

your right - not every one is the same - i have the manchester core - but you shouldnt have C and Q enabled when you OC --

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Posted 01 December 2006 - 04:51 PM

Well, after lowering the HTT to 4x, I'm up to priming 263x10x4 @ the moment.

Set my Vcore @ 1.5 + 108.6%. So bios gives me 1.58V

Temps are around 40 - 41

Seems oke to me.


I've seen that most 4400+ on other boards don't need so much Vcore for a nice OC. Don't know why.....
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Posted 06 December 2006 - 01:21 AM

Am interesting in seeing them as my setup is quite similar but with single memstick. I run 24/7 @2.52GHZ @1.38v on CPU
Thanks in advance
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Posted 06 December 2006 - 03:23 AM

Not sure if im just lucky or not but ive quite happily been up to and past 2.6Ghz on my 4400 with as little as 1.4-1.42 volts iirc.

Ive got everything at stock just now until my new PSU and Graphics card get to me on friday[My 7900gtx broke and i got a full refund, 8800 only cost me £120, what a bargain imo!]

Once i get the new parts ill be giving it another spin to get as much out this 4400 as i can. Temps are usually 21-24 degrees idle at stock on my CPU, air cooling.

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 05:38 AM

Not sure if im just lucky or not but ive quite happily been up to and past 2.6Ghz on my 4400 with as little as 1.4-1.42 volts iirc.

Ive got everything at stock just now until my new PSU and Graphics card get to me on friday[My 7900gtx broke and i got a full refund, 8800 only cost me £120, what a bargain imo!]

Once i get the new parts ill be giving it another spin to get as much out this 4400 as i can. Temps are usually 21-24 degrees idle at stock on my CPU, air cooling.

I have gotten that at about the same voltage range, but am always looking for the magic bullet fo overclocking. That is a great price on the 8800. I hear that it is a pretty current hungry Vidcard though. What brand and model number is the is the 8800. Wow, those things go for €450,00-€670,00 including tax here. Are you sure that thing isn't hot/onfire (mild euphemism for stolen)? hehehehe
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#103 coroder

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 07:12 AM

I have gotten that at about the same voltage range, but am always looking for the magic bullet fo overclocking. That is a great price on the 8800. I hear that it is a pretty current hungry Vidcard though. What brand and model number is the is the 8800. Wow, those things go for €450,00-€670,00 including tax here. Are you sure that thing isn't hot/onfire (mild euphemism for stolen)? hehehehe
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Its an XFX one, Its so cheap cause im getting a refund on my 7900GTX which is bust, after counting that the 8800 is going to be very cheap indeed :)


http://xfxforce.com/...roductId=731022

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 07:28 AM

My x2 4200+ is Prime stable @2500 (250x10) @ 1.425 and then if i want to reach 2600 (260x10) Prime stable i have to go all the way up to 1.525.

I thought that was high, but judging from you results thats an acceptable voltage for 2,6 Ghz right?

My temps at 2,6 are 30-32 idle and 40-42 Full.

can you post screenies of your timings for 2.6?
My daily clock is 2.5 GHZ and it is nice and stable.

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 08:01 AM

can you post screenies of your timings for 2.6?
My daily clock is 2.5 GHZ and it is nice and stable.




Sorry i dont have any at the moment, ill post some up by the end of the weekend when i have another go at it ;)

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 06:09 PM

can you post screenies of your timings for 2.6?
My daily clock is 2.5 GHZ and it is nice and stable.


I can give you mine, but it's another board and another Vcore. Let me know if you're interested.
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Posted 06 December 2006 - 10:21 PM

my temp right now is at idles at 25c with wc..

i dont know if thats good temp or not man..


Yeah mine does about the same with my pretty heavily overclocked Sandy: 2200 -> 2900. Load only hits about 36-37c with 1.616v (according to CPUz) going through it.