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Finally some progress.......

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So far so good !!!

 

After a month of cussing, I'm finally getting somewhere with my 3200+ .

 

I just couldn't get Prime to stabalize. I'm currently at 250 X 10 @ 1.58v, Chipset is at 1.7, Memory is at 3.2v CPC on. All I did was relax my timings down to 2.5,3,3,10 from 2,2,2,10. I figure I can get a little tighter on timings, with a little more volts.

 

I'm running BH-5's so, if I'm stable at these relaxed timings, hell I might pump up the juice and see if they'll perform for me. I think @ 3.4v, I should be able to bring them down a bit.

 

Damn it feels good, to finally get somewhere................

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You need to find the max overclcok on your ram and the max on your cpu seperately from each other. Then try to combine them for the best overclock.

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I was able to top out the CPU......

 

FSB 272 Mhz

LTD/FSB X 3.0

CPU FSB X 9

CPU/VID Control 1.375

C/V Special Control @ 126

Vcore 1.7v

LTD BUS 1.4v

Chipset 1.8v

DRam 3.2v

 

DRam Frequency @ 100 Mhz

 

How does that compare with other 3200+ ?

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I was able to top out the CPU......

 

FSB 272 Mhz

LTD/FSB X 3.0

CPU FSB X 9

CPU/VID Control 1.375

C/V Special Control @ 126

Vcore 1.7v

LTD BUS 1.4v

Chipset 1.8v

DRam 3.2v

 

DRam Frequency @ 100 Mhz

 

How does that compare with other 3200+ ?

Well, what stepping is your chip? Cuz I've seen 3200's go quite a bit higher than that. Of course, the 3000's are the ones that OC like mad [aside from the FX-55, of course], but some 3200's have been known to do pretty well. I have my 3000 at this:

 

FSB: 280

LTD/FSB: X 3.0

CPU FSB: X 9

CPU/VID: 1.5

Vcore: 1.456V

LTD: 1.16V

Chipset: 1.5V

DRam: 2.73V

DRam Frequency @ 280MHz [1:1]

 

And there's still room to go. So your chip is pretty good, but there is better. Don't mean to crap on you or anything though :O

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Well I can't tell you the stepping, I did write it down but the wife tossed it in the garbage.

 

I'm kinda bummed now, when I was looking at goning for a 64 Bit chip I heard many people say go for a 3200+. From what I see the 3000+ chips Overclock way better...

 

I did have my memory @ 2,2,2,6 with 3.2 v and I was running a divider, do you think that would make it fail above 272?

 

I used SuperPI and Prime 95's maximum heat setting, to test with.

 

What do you guys use?

 

I did pass Super PI @ 175 and 180 Mhz but couldn't pass prime.

 

I ran Prime for 10 minutes each time.

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