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ruber you have the CCBBE0617FPMW steeping?? or the CCBBE0617****

 

cuz can get mine to do 316.9 @ 1.33V

 

and im priming rightnow 334*[email protected] can even boot into windows a 334*[email protected] and pass superpi 1m but 32m fails, 334*[email protected] can get me to boot windows, run superpi 1m and 32m but fail prime95 after 1hr on core 0, and finaly 1.39 can get me to do it all so far

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looks like everyone is getting those 165 puppy and some pc4000 ram :D

 

i guest we arent alone whith those CCBBE0617FPMW likewhoa

 

 

no we are not :)

I got a few of these steppings for sale if anyone is interested,.. all retail box and sealed ccbbe 0617fpwm.

 

ebdoradz I'm currently stable at 343x9 @ 1.57v :eek: load temp is 40C :)

If you really wanna see what these puppies can do, pop the lit and mount a waterblock on it.

 

watsonte pc3200 hit a limit that is not what you would want if you're overclocking that's why I don't recommend

them, sure they can do 250 1:1 and I don't see why it shouldn't, but can they do 334x9 at 5/6? only pc4000 can.

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ruber you have the CCBBE0617FPMW steeping?? or the CCBBE0617****

 

cuz can get mine to do 316.9 @ 1.33V

 

and im priming rightnow 334*[email protected] can even boot into windows a 334*[email protected] and pass superpi 1m but 32m fails, 334*[email protected] can get me to boot windows, run superpi 1m and 32m but fail prime95 after 1hr on core 0, and finaly 1.39 can get me to do it all so far

 

 

I tryed to find it ( had it wrote down ) but I can't seem to. It will do 335x9 with 1.45 at 110%=1.5v easy but I have to get water or Lap the HS & the IHS {never laped a HS before } to get the temps down.

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Well, I got 2.924ghz on pc3200 using 133divider and keep in mind that my ram will not oc past ddr 225 also. I can boot using divider 120 but for some reason it feels unreliable.

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Guest kingsfan
I definally agree, pc3200 is not for overclocking for sure.

 

 

well...my PQI Turbo PC3200 can do 270 1:1, seems pretty good to me

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I beg to differ...its more that I just lucked out, and yeah I could probably run a 3.0 all day long if I had some Redline or some OCZ in my rig...but either way my PC3200 is running just fine at 260mhz...1:1, and 2 FX-57s later I am at 2.866...

 

I agree that DDR500 Ram is meant for overclocking, but most DDR400 Ram will do close to 250....and in general as long as you multi isnt that low you will be okay...

 

But with his case yes DDR500 most definatly with a x9 multi...

 

Like the lovely old BH-5 chips, hehehe. 250MHz 2225 3.5v man i miss that....

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What kind of speeds are you hitting and under what voltages? just curious what other ccbbe 0617 owners are getting out of their chips

 

I'm getting 2952MHz @ CPU BIOS:1.5V SmartGuardian:1.48V, LDT BIOS:1.3V. Over time I've been able to lower the voltage to achieve this which I'm sure is due to the AS5 curing.

 

I've had several runs > 8 hours at this speed/voltage. Occasionally the machine just hangs after 1Hr 40Mins. This may be due to the Seasonic PSU, to be replaced by the OCZ GameXstream 700W when they arrive here in Oz next month. I do wonder too about the electrical wiring in my house, switching other appliances on/off does seems to affect the TV so I'm sure that it affects the computer in the same manner, possibly causing the machine to hang.

 

This begs the question:

 

"When users are reporting their max speeds, can they reliably reproduce them over the same period or does it take several attempts?".

 

I suspect that Priming over 24 hours is pretty reliable but anything less should be treated with a degree of reliability doubt.

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