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So what's the deal with HTT?


thejamesvolta
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I've read over the DFI overclocking guide, researched, and researched. I see conflicting information. I've read that you should try to keep your HTT around 1000. In my situation it's @ 1040 (259*4). I've been told to back off my multiplier to 3. That would make it around 780. I was told that this would help me get past my 2.9 Ghz wall (263*11). So what's the deal. Am I going to lost performance by lowering my HTT? Or is it that if my system boots, then it's fine and there's no performance loss? Please help!

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You will not lose performance with a 3x multiplier at your current settings. It's doubtful that an HTT of 1040 is limiting your overclock but most certainly drop it down to 3x and give it a try.

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It's difficult to catch a momentary glitch with analog readings from software. Especially considering without calibration the accuracy of the displayed values is unknown. Run the 1/2 hour test in OCCT. At the end of the test you can look at the saved graphs of the various voltages.

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