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I have exactly the same stepping and my CPU is at stock stable over 19 hour´s Dual Prime.

I give 1,5 VCore and the CPU don´t run with 2500MHz It's just a bad batch I think

 

Now i will buy a X2 4400+ 0610 DPMW in the 110W Version, and i hope this CPU goes more better

 

 

Sorry for the English

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@Abducted

I have exactly the same stepping and my CPU is at stock stable over 19 hour´s Dual Prime.

I give 1,5 VCore and the CPU don´t run with 2500MHz It's just a bad batch I think

 

Now i will buy a X2 4400+ 0610 DPMW in the 110W Version, and i hope this CPU goes more better

 

 

Sorry for the English

 

Max is 2.73 on air running 1.45(VID STARTUP) x 104%(VID SPECIAL)although I am positive she can do 2.8 on water...soon...very soon...

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Hey guys, I have a question for you... I finally started to overclocking my rig after half a year having it (just changed 'fsb' to 218 straight away though).

 

So, here is what I have now:

 

running memory at 2.5-3-2-6 1T (1:1) @2.8v., I've managed to do 237fsb (x11), but SP2004 would fail in 7 hours with 1.45vcore. When I raised the vcore to 1.47 - it was stable for more then 24 hours SP2004, but then it failed. Here is the screen: http://img165.imageshack.us/my.php?image=stresstest1ak3.jpg. Now I am running @235fsb (2585mHz) and keeping the vcore to the same 1.47v.

 

First question is: if the SP2004 fails even after 30 hours - the pc is not stable, right? ... Should I try to raise my vcore to 1.5v and try running it at fsb237 (or even 240?)? What concerns me is the temperature, since Smartguardian didnt report anything higher then 39°C, but Everest2006 has some separate temps for each core, which actually rose till 51°C max.

 

I would like to ran the cpu at full 2.6 :) and the memory at 1:1, with 2.5-3-2-6 preferably (and seems like there is no problem for it to do so). I am planing to run the system close to 24/7...

 

You can look at my signiture for the specs I am @ now and all the other hardware used...

 

Thanks in advance :)

 

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EVGA 7900gt (Manuf.OC @550&1580, ForceWare 91.31)

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Hey guys, I have a question for you... I finally started to overclocking my rig after half a year having it (just changed 'fsb' to 218 straight away though).

 

So, here is what I have now:

 

running memory at 2.5-3-2-6 1T (1:1) @2.8v., I've managed to do 237fsb (x11), but SP2004 would fail in 7 hours with 1.45vcore. When I raised the vcore to 1.47 - it was stable for more then 24 hours SP2004, but then it failed. Here is the screen: http://img165.imageshack.us/my.php?image=stresstest1ak3.jpg. Now I am running @235fsb (2585mHz) and keeping the vcore to the same 1.47v.

 

First question is: if the SP2004 fails even after 30 hours - the pc is not stable, right? ... Should I try to raise my vcore to 1.5v and try running it at fsb237 (or even 240?)? What concerns me is the temperature, since Smartguardian didnt report anything higher then 39°C, but Everest2006 has some separate temps for each core, which actually rose till 51°C max.

 

I would like to ran the cpu at full 2.6 :) and the memory at 1:1, with 2.5-3-2-6 preferably (and seems like there is no problem for it to do so). I am planing to run the system close to 24/7...

 

You can look at my signiture for the specs I am @ now and all the other hardware used...

 

Thanks in advance :)

 

In general for stability if you are Prime95 stable, and I guess SP2004 would work as well, for atleast 8hrs, you are stable enough for an OCDB entry...

 

Personally I like 10-12hrs and thats it...beyond that I dont really care much, as long as I can game with the overclock then I think I am okay...24hrs is the preference for others....I think your okay with your 24hr stable settings...

 

Try some games out and see how they go...and maybe up the FSB and Vcore a little bit, but as long as your temps stay under 50C your okay...

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well, thats the temperature is the main question. The thing is that Smartguardian shows one temp, when everest 2006 another. In fact, the difference is that everest has 3 cpu temp (CPU - which is generaly the lowest and then temps for each core induvidually).

 

Here is what it shows when I pumped up the vcore to 1.5v (in bios) and have fsb of 237: stresstest2fsb23715vcortj5.th.jpg - both utilities shows different temps (SP2004 CPU stress test is running to heat it up on max). According to Smartguardian - I am running fine... but Everest 2006 reports that 1st core reaches 54°C! (when CPU is @41°C) ... thats gets me confused.

 

I am pretty sure that at 1.5vcore the cpu would manage to do even 240fsb (x11=2640)... but would the temps be still fine? ...

 

Currently, running at 237fsb, 1.5vcore and 1.8vram - my cpu temps are 28°C both reported by everest and smartguardian, however CPU1 in everest shows to be 29°C, and CPU - 33°C...

 

Please help me to get rid of this temperature confusion :)

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well, thats the temperature is the main question. The thing is that Smartguardian shows one temp, when everest 2006 another. In fact, the difference is that everest has 3 cpu temp (CPU - which is generaly the lowest and then temps for each core induvidually).

 

Here is what it shows when I pumped up the vcore to 1.5v (in bios) and have fsb of 237: stresstest2fsb23715vcortj5.th.jpg - both utilities shows different temps (SP2004 CPU stress test is running to heat it up on max). According to Smartguardian - I am running fine... but Everest 2006 reports that 1st core reaches 54°C! (when CPU is @41°C) ... thats gets me confused.

 

I am pretty sure that at 1.5vcore the cpu would manage to do even 240fsb (x11=2640)... but would the temps be still fine? ...

 

Currently, running at 237fsb, 1.5vcore and 1.8vram - my cpu temps are 28°C both reported by everest and smartguardian, however CPU1 in everest shows to be 29°C, and CPU - 33°C...

 

Please help me to get rid of this temperature confusion :)

 

Same problem here.... I only run 40C at Vcore of 1.6, but my "Core" temp reads high 50's and even into the 60's..... i don't think that's right!

 

Any help from someone would be appreciated.

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different programs tend to give off different reading, i use mbm5 , core temp and smart guardian .... i tend to trust mbm5 readings , since its a balance of the other readings .,, kinda like a middle ground

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