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Hi, i have a friend who got a AMD 64 3000+ Venice 1.8GHz 512kB 1.36v S939, and i want to clock it for him, i dont want him to have trouble with it so i want to clock it to a very stable level, i belive i can reach 2200MHz (3500+) without problem, but can it reach 2400MHz stable?

 

I think 2200 is a little slow since almost every processor can reach at least 2600MHz ?

 

2200 or 2400.. is it going to be stable at 2400? 2200 is very stable right?

 

9 x 266 = 2400MHz, but i dont know how much volt i should give it? Should i try? Do you know what volt it wants at that speed?

 

Thanks!

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It should be able to reach 2400 with no problem. Other then that nobody is going to be able to tell you much else. Follow "THE" Definitive DFI AMD Overclocking guide and stop at 1.5V or less if temperature exceed 50C. Run all the tests needed for an OCDB entry. IF it passes it should be stable for 24/7 use. You need to do a signature with all the components of the system.

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my 3000+ run a 2.4Ghz with 1.46Vcore (1.35+110%), its gaming and prime stable, i run it for everyday use, and my full load temp never get above 38°C, with my silent tower cooler

 

i can get 2.6Ghz @1.5Vcore(stable), and [email protected] 1.55V(boot windows but never get further then that), but i prefer to leave it @ 2.4 for everyday use

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Moscow

 

Welcome to DFI-Street

 

Do me and all the other people that will be helping you out a big favor. Put together a complete signature per the rules. Look at the examples.

 

Thank you.

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Moscow

 

Welcome to DFI-Street

 

Do me and all the other people that will be helping you out a big favor. Put together a complete signature per the rules. Look at the examples.

 

Thank you.

Cant get my signature to get below 50 kb without it looks like ... (Photoshop JPEG @ LOW Detail = about 48kb and i can barely read the text)

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my 3000+ run a 2.4Ghz with 1.46Vcore (1.35+110%), its gaming and prime stable, i run it for everyday use, and my full load temp never get above 38°C, with my silent tower cooler

 

i can get 2.6Ghz @1.5Vcore(stable), and [email protected] 1.55V(boot windows but never get further then that), but i prefer to leave it @ 2.4 for everyday use

Thank you, i will try that..

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Cant get my signature to get below 50 kb without it looks like ... (Photoshop JPEG @ LOW Detail = about 48kb and i can barely read the text)

How about trying plain text? :P

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fixed now.. so shut up and help me with thread instead.. dosnt seem like it want to boot at 9x266..

 

DFI Lanparty UT nF4 Ultra-D

AMD 64 3000+ Venice

2x 512MB DDR PC3200

Powercolor X850XT

ColorsIt 400w

 

i tried to clock his X850XT core from 520 to 600 but the computer died.. i think his 400w is to slow, we are going to go buy a ColorsIt 520w today..

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Why ColorsIt and not some other brand?

 

As far as your overclocking increase the frequency gradually dont just try to jump right into a high setting thinking it will work. It is also possible that the memory settings are causing problems. What brand is the memory?

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I wouldn't buy that one, sounds like some generic crappy brand. Get something like an OCZ/Enermax/FSP. On second thought, with that attitude, why not buy it and find out what a cheap PSU does to a computer :).

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