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Default 07-10-2007, 09:52 | posts: 3

Hello! Volksblad here! It seems u know alot abt oc'ing and would like ur prof opinion on how 2 go about.Can u plz tell me how 2 oc my cpu(intel 2933) on a p5s800 asus mb? I have a GF7600gs,2.9cpu,2g ram and still I only manage 2 score +-2700 with 3dmark06. My bios dnt allow me 2 oc. (am sure u understand my frustation)What am I 2 do???
   
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Default 07-10-2007, 10:13 | posts: 4,642 | Location: Dublin, Ireland

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Hello! Volksblad here! It seems u know alot abt oc'ing and would like ur prof opinion on how 2 go about.Can u plz tell me how 2 oc my cpu(intel 2933) on a p5s800 asus mb? I have a GF7600gs,2.9cpu,2g ram and still I only manage 2 score +-2700 with 3dmark06. My bios dnt allow me 2 oc. (am sure u understand my frustation)What am I 2 do???
Hi, I dont mean to fob you off, but you would be better starting your own thread in the OC section to get some responses.

This thread is for just overclocking AMD Athlon 64 based systems.

If you start a new thread for yourself, you will get the responses you need.
   
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Default 07-25-2007, 05:25 | posts: 265

i've been working on my first overclock for the past few days and thought i was doing pretty well. I have an athlon venice core 3200+ and an MSI K8N SLI MOBO with 2gb of PQI turbo 3200 ram (3,4,4,8), 2.6v.

In following this guide, I first got my CPU's max, which seemed to only be 238 with a 10 multiplier at stock (1.4) volts +3.3%...this was with the mem. timings being stock as well.

So I figured this was a good place to sit, as i've seen others get all the way up to 2600-2800 mhz, I thought I was at a moderate level with 38 idle temps and 52 load temps.

So I moved onto my ram, knowing it was not the best brand, and was able to gain stability up to 230@2.55v

I followed the guide to do both of these, lowering the ram to find the CPU's max and lowering the CPU to find the RAM's max. Each time, I had a HT mult. of 3x. Anyways, when trying to mesh them together with many different settings, I still cannot get a boot. It just gives me a blank monitor.

I have disabled the CPU speed spectrum as suggested, and followed the tips and tools of many different guides, but mainly this one.

Here are the combos i tried:
267x9 with ram at 166mhz divider
238x10 with 180 divider

and I also tried many others that I just cannot remember right now since there've been so many...cannot get a boot up screen.

I'm lost here, I got stability with a 2400 max CPU and a 230mhz RAM rating..but when I try to put them together my comp. is dead until I clear the CMOS.

I need some help...thanks.
   
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Default 05-12-2008, 01:54 | posts: 339 | Location: France

heres an example of oc with the a64 x2 6400
freq:3.52=11*320
vcore:1.45
htt link:3
ram:cpu/7=503mhz(ddr2 1000)
ramvoltage:2.20
i can't go up to 3.6ghz without stability issue, any suggestion?
   
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