bewshy Posted June 21, 2005 Posted June 21, 2005 Ok I manged to get my Venice 3200 from 2.5ghz to 2.6ghz. I had to increase the CPU voltage and it's at the lowest I can run 2.6ghz stable. Let me know if the voltage or other settings look screwy. FSB Frequency = 260 CPU/FSB ratio = x10 LDT/FSB = x3.0 (I was concerned about this setting. 4 would push it over, but 3 is under 1000) Bios reports the CPU as 1.54v in the PC Health screen CPU VID Startup = 1.400v CPU VID COntrol = 1.375v CPU VID Special Control = %113 Using the chart in the stickies thats = 1.554v During regular use (web surfing, etc) temps (using MBM5) hover at 31c-34c Now when I was stress testing the temps hovered from 44c-47/48c. A few times it hit 49c/50c but mostly it stayed at 46c during stress testing (SuperPI/OCCT/Prime). RAM is Mushkin PC4000 Redline Ram = 260mhz (DDR520) @ 1T 2-2-2-6 3.3v w/ dual 80mm fans for cooling. I hit it with Memtest 1.51 test #5 about 600 times. The CPU voltage is the lowest I could go and it be stable. I just wanted to know if any of these settings look extreme or as a general rule of thumb should I be alright with these? Thanks!! Quote Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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