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well after running p95 i got an error after 54 minutes, brawr, i really dont want to push any more vcore into this thing so i dont know what im going to do next, *sigh*

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Yeah, 1.6v is kinda high... You may have to back down the fsb... :(

 

Well I still can't get that 133 divider to work... I just don't know... :(

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suddenly my 133 divider doesnt want to work anymore either, currently running at 312x9 memory with 100mhz divider, the dividers dont really matter its more about the max clock, the difference between 100 and even 1:1 are really minimal, its all about the mhz.

 

312x9 @ 1.55vcore keeps failing prime so i think i have to give it that etc bump, i dunno, cant decide.

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sirlink-I know my opty in my sig is pretty picky about dividers but i have had a little better luck on the 704-2bta bios. Overall i would have to say it is my personel choice for bios but every build is different. One other thing that helped me get my 140 divider working was a little nudge on the cpu voltage with the special vid control. I think it's because of the on die memory controller but that is just some things to check out. Good luck on getting it working bud.

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oc newbie hypothetically speaking if i were to use the max vcore what would happen, i believe its like 1.55volts + 114% or something, that would put it at like 1.75, IF IF IF my temps were fine, could i do this?

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Only if u want a crispy fried chip my man:eek:, seriously 1.6 on air is pushing it. If you pushed that kinda voltage through it on water or phase it's a different story but i wouldn't go above 1.65 even with a really nice aircooler. You never know it might survive it but could fry it as soon as the bios finished loading, I push the chip in my sig to the aircooling limit on my xp-90 but would never give it anymore than 1.65 and that is only for superpi run's @3240. Most people around here keep about 1.55-1.6 as their highest voltage to push on air and i dont think any of us run that all the time.

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My 24/7 overclock is 3010 @ 1.40+1.04%=1.46 but i got extremely lucky with this chip. My old 3200 winnie took 1.58 volt's to run at 2475 lol so my everyday oc on it was 2400 since it didn't need as much voltage.

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1.612 in my opinion that's ok but i would try to find a happy medium between clock and volt's for 24/7 use. The first thing i do after i test at stock for stability is find max cpu with stock volt's and work my way up from there. after i find my true overclock then i tweak on my ram which sometimes mean's dropping the htt a couple to keep everything totally stable. Have u read thunda's overclocking guide? Full of great information and helps to learn alot about how the a64 work's.

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ive read abit about it, and i basically did what your speaking of, its just im not stable at 310 without have the etc 104% so i dunno

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At least for me some cpuz seem to like the special vid control, with my opty i could set it to 1.475 and not be stable at 3010 but then 1.4+104%=Rock solid stable.

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Ok... so it could be if i take my voltage down to say 1.4v and add *104? Not familair with that bios.. I am using the latest...4/2006...

 

can you give me a link to that one? I could give it a try...

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