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I guess I am CPU limited

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I went thru the initial "finding CPU and mem maxes" and here is where I wound up:

 

CPU = 2610 mhz @ 1.55vCore

 

HTT = 290

LDT/FSB = 3x

CPU/FSB = 9.0

vDimm = 2.77

 

DRAM freq: = 200 1:1

Timings = 2.5-4-3-7 1T (at 2.5-3-3-7 32M Pi fails in seconds)

13

16

3

3

2

3

3120

enable

enable

 

auto

0

auto

auto

auto

normal

auto

256

disable

16x

4x

disable 4

 

Prime stable at 16 hours (load temp at 16hrs = 41degC)

 

Sandra 2005

mem bandwidth: 6953/6881

CPU MMB: 24879/26833

AB dhry/whet: 11734/5294

 

If I go to 293HTT it fails prime in less than one minute

increase vCore to 1.62 prime fails in 3 minutes (don't want to go higher)

Loosening up the mem timings does not allow me to go higher on HTT

8.0 multi at 293HTT also does nothing

 

Have I hit the proverbial wall?

 

Any suggestions from the DFI pundits?

 

TIA,

 

J

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Prime stable at 16 hours (load temp at 16hrs = 41degC)

 

Nice work!

 

11/12 divider (180) maybe you can get stable with 293.

 

tasr :)

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i think thats quite normal - my old P4C 2.8ghz was running primestable @3.5ghz, ram @250 1:1. but if wanted to get 3501mhz, prime failed after 5min at max, no matter what divider/fsb/voltage etc. i used...

 

anyway you should be very happy with your results =)

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A 2.6ghz clock is a fine clock for that cpu. I think the records go to like 2.8ghz with sensible voltage, but those guys got lucky with their stepping.

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