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Old 23rd May, 2007, 05:15 PM
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Over Volting

Hey guys

Trying out increasing my core voltage however as soon as I fiddle with it I get a blue screen and then reboot.

I am running the bios on these settings at the mo

x14 Multiplier
210mhz Bus Speed
1050mhz HT Link
1.264v

The memory is running at 326mhz
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Old 23rd May, 2007, 07:15 PM
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I've not got personal experience with this, but it is my understanding that increasing the voltage to the X2 chips (indeed pretty much any of the 90 nm A64 family chips) doesn't buy you anything unless you are running really aggressive cooling (i.e. at least water cooling, preferably phase-change).
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Old 23rd May, 2007, 09:33 PM
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yeah my cpu is water cooled so I guess silly voltage is needed?
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Old 23rd May, 2007, 10:29 PM
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Sorry, I missed that in your siggy.

You might take a look at MrSeanKon's OC Bible. It contains a lot of useful info for voltage and clock settings. I wish I could be more help to you, but I'm still running on a Barton. I've pretty much sat out the last two rounds of upgrades.
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Old 14th June, 2007, 07:59 PM
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Daston,

I am running a X2 3800 @ 1.45 volts and 2.7Ghz.

Seems fine. I see many needing a lot more volts though. If you leave the settings stock and up the volts are there any reboots or BSOD?
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You would just need more vcore to steady out your comp if your running aggressive cooling.... I would say start at the stock vcore of 1.3 and go from there, I'm just running a Scythe Ninja rev.B, so you guys should EASILY take yours farther. From what I've seen a64's hit a wall until they hit sub 0*F..... BUT that's just what I've seen and herd.

Attached is a screen shot of my stuff(just remember I'm running air not water cooling).
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yeah thats cool its that downloadable from the Asus site?
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Did you get this fixed????
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Old 18th August, 2007, 09:32 AM
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Ok guys heres what I am able to run without over volting the system. I dont think it was too bad. Hoping to be able to hit the 3.5 mark
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Try dropping your HTT link to x4, it doesn't take going over 1000MHz very much.

You may find you get a reasonable amount more.
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