O/C clawhammer

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by kevin, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. kevin

    kevin Master Guru

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    Hi i have just been given a Clawhammer 3200,@2.0ghz,
    i put the FSB up to 210 and now i have a 2.1, what i would like to know is is there more i can do , i have an asus k8v deluxe mainboard..
     
  2. THunDA

    THunDA Ancient Guru

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    What is the exact type\brand of ram you have ?
     
  3. kevin

    kevin Master Guru

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    Kingston Pc3200 ddr, at the moment my fsb is at 210 which gives me 2.1 ghz, in everst, my ram comes out in the tests as pc3400
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    CPU Motherboard Chipset Memory Read Speed
    This Computer Asus K8V Deluxe K8T800 PC3400 DDR SDRAM 2941 MB/s
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    CPU Motherboard Chipset Memory Write Speed
    This Computer Asus K8V Deluxe K8T800 PC3400 DDR SDRAM 1108 MB/s
    latancy
    CPU Motherboard Chipset Memory CL-RCD-RP-RAS Latency
    This Computer Asus K8V Deluxe K8T800 PC3400 DDR SDRAM 3-3-3-8 60.6 ns
     
  4. targett

    targett Master Guru

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    set ur multiplier down to 6-8.

    set ur ram latencies to around 3-3-3-11

    reduce the HTT multi to X3

    up the FSB in steeps of 5Mhz it u get a no post. (uping voltages to a max of 2.8-3V for the ram and 1.6V with air on the cpu)

    reduce it by 10mhz check for stabilty with prime 95

    if stable (couple of hrs)

    increase the multi till u get instabilty (again incresing voltage)

    milage will vary. and u may want to change the ratio of FSB to multi. but the above will fine u the max overal clock

    with value ram and a clawhammer (no known for their ocing) 240x9, 230x10 would be good clocks.

    targ
     

  5. chile

    chile Master Guru

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    set your ram to 166 in the bios...you'll be running async but the performance loss isn't what it was on nF2...that should give you about 250-260 fsb x 10X and your ram will be running it's rated speed...
     
  6. Atomic

    Atomic Guest

    Mine runs 100% stable at 2300mhz at 1.55v. Beyond that things get sorta....freaky 0_o
     

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