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ok well i got my Si-120 the other day so i started OCing, im at 2.75 1.5Vcore OCCT tourture test stable im gonna push it higher aming for 3ghz ill keep you updated.

 

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i ran prime 95 and went to bed last night and it had failed after 5 hours.... so its not quite rock stable - but its been folding for 8 hours as well now, once i get home from work ill start tweeking some more.

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Try 1.3 on the ldt and 1.6 on the chipset

 

should help to get that stable

 

my 148 does 2.75ghz stock voltage  :P

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thats what i was thinking, but i kinda want to get my new chipset cooling on there first... meh w/e ill give it a shot. ill be happy if i get it stable at 2.75 and no higher, then my ram will be running stock instead of underclocked :P

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my 3700+ won't go past 2.6 - my temps stay below 35 idle and 40 load with this water-cooling setup -

 

but Windows won't load at that point.. I think it's cause I'm running 2 1GB sticks and they just can't take the FSB.. even with a divider, for some reason, Windows just hangs at the boot screen.. any ideas?

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underclocked?!?!, dude i suggest you try a 1:1 ratio and dont be afriad to push it.

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umm before ti was underclocked to 200Mhz on the ram, im now running 1:1 with the ram at 250 putitng me at 2.75 and im just about stable a tiney but more tweekign and its good. iv also got 2x1Gb Mushkin Redline in here :P

 

***EDIT***

 

had to bump the vcore up to 1.525, the RAM to 2.8, and im now running 2.915Mhz with the RAM at 265 running 1:1 had to losen up the timings a bunch i just went very loose as im going for 3Ghz 3, 4, 4, 8. once i get to 3Ghz ill tighten them up some.

 

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