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flashystylez

1000mhz Hypertransport On 754

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Hey all,

I got a new toy to tinker with, and it was a deal that I couldnt pass up. Its an AMD Sempron 754 2800+ (1.6ghz), with an ECS mobo. I dropped the HT to 3X, and got it to 250, giving me 750X2 (1500 mhz) in HT, and 2.0 ghz on the processor. The mobo capps out @ 250, so with the help of clockgen, I got it to 270 fsb (giving me 2.2 ghz) but it wasnt stable, I think its the cheap ram... I then noticed that I can run it @ 250 cpu X 4X HT, giving me 1000mhz Hypertransport. Now I know 754's use 800 HT< but I was wondering if it can hurt the chip running it at 1000? I never messed with 754 before, so any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

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When overclocking with my old nf3 board it did not hurt, but if it gets too high it can be unstable.

I run my htt at 1240 with my nf4 board and it is fine, but they can take high htt without a probelm.

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