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Opteron 175 CCBBE 0613 RPMW

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Hey

 

I just bought an Opteron 175...I could choose between Opteron 175 and 170. 170 was 50 dollars cheaper, so I got an 175...Maybe waste of money??

 

Somebody know about that stepping? I'm going to overclock this weekend, so I just want to hear if someone has good experience with this stepping?

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Here are some specs from last night overclocking...

 

So far it seems to be good

 

Opty 175 @ 3008 Mhz

Vcore - 1,375 volt

Multiplier - x11

Bus speed - 273 Mhz

Memory - 200 Mhz

 

What do you think?

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Guest polo

Oh sorry....

 

Yes I have Dual Prime running for 10 hours on 3008Mhz with 1,375 volt, and it's still running!

 

It's sick low voltage :)

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3GHz and such a low vcore?!? Amazing chip, congrats! Welcome to the 3GHz-club of DFI-Street.

Try to push it further :)

Gipse

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Thanks Gipse :)

 

And yes...It's amazing with such a low voltage. At 1,375 volt my temps are 30 c idle and 43 c load (Zalman CNPS9500). So it's hot even at so low voltage. But I'll try to push it further.

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Do not forget that Expert boards have weak temp-sensors; most of them are 8-10C° off. Using AS5 or Ceramique should give you a small help after some time.

This chip sreams for a watercooling setup.

Gipse

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