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Best voltage settings for NF4 Ultra-D, X2 3800,Mushkin Redline 1GBx2

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Hi all, My daughter the SIMS2 game kept freezing anything obove 250Mhz. So 250Mhz is ok with me but I would like to know what kind of the best, safest Vcore, Vdimm and all Voltages setting for FSB @250Mhz. My signature is the current setting. Thank you

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Safe VCore for K8 is 1.5v or 1.55 but Safest is 10% over your current Voltage

for Mushkin 2.8v is safe but use a 8x8cm fan for cool your memories

 

but I think best settings for u is :

HTT 260Mhz VCore 1.475 and Mem Divider 166 @ 216MHz 3-3-2-8 2.8v

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safest "v" = lowest "v" to obtain stability.

 

My x2 3800 runs great n 1.375 + 104% - for about 6 months now @ 2.5ghz

 

just keep in mind Higher "v" = higher temps

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Here are my settings: CPU VID Control 1.5v, CPU VID special control=Auto,LDT voltage control=1.2V, Chipset Voltage=1.60V and Dram Voltage=2.8v. Not sure which one to start with to low the voltage.

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ok id set ldt to 1.2v or lowest

 

and set chipset to lowest value

 

then set cpu to about 1.35v and start prime 95 (if failure raise cpu "v")

 

Raise cpu "v" as needed to be stable

 

as for your memory voltage 2.8v is a good "V" to stay with.

 

i say set chipset and ldt to lowest value as i have ran test and have not seen an increase in performance or stability in raising these values only increase in temps.

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