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Just got this in replacement of MSI K9N Plat

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Ok so its very nice so far. Now I have a X2 4000 2mB cache version on my msi it was bugged and had hot spots so I chose DFI hoping I'd pass 3.5ghz stable

 

I got at 3.3 but MSI was finiky with vcore abover some level so it'd not post but I got in and the hot spots passed 160 and it shut off so I hope DFI don't do that

 

But how do I overclock with this board? I got ddr 667 dual channel and want to drop a pretty low devider so I can go in the pass the FSB 300 range

 

Help me learn this dfi lol just entering the bios scared me

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Whoa, dude you better go back and read the rules. You got no sig, that's a no no on this board. There is a reason for these rules, it helps everyone. Damn you got a good cpu, if you can hit anything over 3Ghz, I can't seem to get mine over 2.7Ghz. Anyways welcome!

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I had that same MSI board and RMA'd it for the infinity. I haven't looked back since. I'm assuming you mean 2.5 and 2.3 Ghz? I've been able to take my chip a lot further with dfi, so you should have better luck also. You need to look at the DFI overclocking guide a few times through, before you attempt to overclock. Good Luck!

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Nah 3.3 and 3.5

 

Shes stable at 2.7 which she sorta was on the msi cept the hot spots if they didnt have a fan blowing on em it'd shut off

 

I tryed htt 300 but it dosent work so idk how much vcore and stuff should I give my x2 at 3ghz I tryed 1.43vcore and gave the nb and sb .o4 extra

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If you have screenshots of stability at 3.3GHz shoot them to me or one of the other mods in a PM. Otherwise this thread is staying closed.

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