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1700+ JIUHB DU3TC 0311

11.0x200 @ 1.875V (fails at [email protected])

9.0x250 @ 1.95V (fails at [email protected])

 

strange...more MHz @ lower mult, higher FSB

 

Either a dud...or due to the fact that it was previously running at 12.5x144 @ 1.65V for about a year prior. 1.6V default Vcore may also be a factor.

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1800+ DLT3C JIUHB @ 1.725v 230x10 2300mhz

KHX BH5 2-2-2-11 2.9v

 

My PSU is limiting me, I´m getting another one next week. I want to attempt 2650mhz, it seems this processor was as centered in the wafer as it could get :D .

 

Also I´m getting a ThermalRight SP97, my old volcano 9 can´t keep up with voltages of more than 1.8v

 

Do you think I can make it? 250x10.5 [email protected] 3.3vDimm 2.0vCore?

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Originally posted by Torzi

1700+ JIUHB DU3TC 0311

11.0x200 @ 1.875V (fails at [email protected])

9.0x250 @ 1.95V (fails at [email protected])

 

strange...more MHz @ lower mult, higher FSB

 

Either a dud...or due to the fact that it was previously running at 12.5x144 @ 1.65V for about a year prior. 1.6V default Vcore may also be a factor.

 

Hmm... I've been studying the voltage consumption and design of athlons for a while now, and recently toms did an underclocking experament, down to 300mhz, and showed how much amperage increases with FSB. at like 300mhz to 500mhz, it is nearly 2x the A draw from 100 to 200fsb.

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