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amd x2 4400+ on cfx3200

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would it work with 240x11=2640

x4

CPU VID Control - 1.450v

CPU VID Special Control - Avove VID * 114%

LDT Voltage Control - 1.34v

Chip Set Voltage Control - 1.50v

DRAM Voltage Control - 3.80

would these be ok

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dude, nobody can tell you if your cpu can run at those settings but you

 

personally i wouldn't be giving my memory 3.8v tho ;)

 

i run my 4400 at 250x11 for 2750mhz with 1.40v+12%

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Works at 260x10 x4 no prob

also at 250x11x4

had memory at 2.80

would i getaway with .2.7 v on memory

CPU VID Control - 1.400

CPU VID Special Control - Avove VID * 114%

LDT Voltage Control - 1.21-is this ok

Chip Set Voltage Control - 1.34v

DRAM Voltage Control - 2.80

would these be ok

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the only way to tell is to test it :)

when you say leave the rest at defaults, do you mean the cpu voltage etc?

 

i'm guessing that the chipset voltages etc should be fine at defaults until you start getting up to higher fsb's

(i didn't do a lot of clocking with the cfx board, basically chucked it to one side after the ULI fiasco, i'm sick of unfinished boards)

 

i don't have a set of uccc memory, so i can't really advise there, sorry.

but generally they should take from 2.6-2.8v

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the only way to tell is to test it :)

when you say leave the rest at defaults, do you mean the cpu voltage etc?

 

i'm guessing that the chipset voltages etc should be fine at defaults until you start getting up to higher fsb's

(i didn't do a lot of clocking with the cfx board, basically chucked it to one side after the ULI fiasco, i'm sick of unfinished boards)

 

i don't have a set of uccc memory, so i can't really advise there, sorry.

but generally they should take from 2.6-2.8v

cheers

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