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[img]http://mhzcomputer.net/cpuz-cpu.jpg[/img][img]http://mhzcomputer.net/cpuz-memory.jpg[/img][img]http://mhzcomputer.net/cpuz-mainboard.jpg[/img] Edited by martymcfly

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I would have to say that what you got right there is a nice fat OC for the chip you have. Are you running PC3500 or what? Uhm, raise that VCore up to 1.675 or 1.7 and see if you cant break 3.5 or higher. The D1 stepping on 2.8s and 3.0C are great overclockers. Even with that 630Mhz OC, i think that you could get around 700 Mhz oc on it.

Nice clock tho!

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thanx for the help. I am using 1 512 stick of cheap crucial 3200 and 1 512 stick of simpletech (cheap) 3200 ram. I bought my mobo used off of newegg and i have the feeling that somebody failed an attempt at a mod because i set the vcore to 1.5875 V and cpuz showed 1.64 - 1.66 V. Also, the usb headers didnt work. I will try your suggestion.

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[quote name='martymcfly' date='Nov 1 2004, 09:34 PM']thanx for the help. I am using 1 512 stick of cheap crucial 3200 and 1 512 stick of simpletech (cheap) 3200 ram. I bought my mobo used off of newegg and i have the feeling that somebody failed an attempt at a mod because i set the vcore to 1.5875 V and cpuz showed 1.64 - 1.66 V. Also, the usb headers didnt work. I will try your suggestion.[/quote]
If you have a strong reason to believe that someone tried to mod the mobo besides the fact that the voltages show up differently on programs, be advised that something could go wrong with the voltage regulator tube thingies (lol) on the mobo... If that happenes, 2 things could come out of it... Your mobo will just stop working, or your chip could fry more than an ant under a magnifying glass.... (ahhh those were the days lol)

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i have managed to crank a couple more mhz put of it. I am running 3500 mhz at 1.7 V vcore. haven't had much time for testing stability, though. But so far, so good.

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[quote name='KraZy' date='Nov 2 2004, 08:15 PM'](long time no see folks...)

I am not supprised that he is getting results like that... look at the timings. ;)[/quote]
welcome back :P

Anyway it could be worse, maybe you could try run a 1:1 ram divider like I did, see how far that ram will take you. Heres my result with my trusty [b]Kingmax[/b] PC3500... completely stable :D Edited by Vampire

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i once borrowed my father's 2.5-3-3-7 ram, but it was not stable, even at 240 FSB. I had 240 FSB at 3-4-4-8. I got the simpletech ram and it is stabilizing my system with timings of 2.5-4-4-8 and 250 fsb

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