Overclock Success!

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Clarity, Jul 26, 2006.

  1. Clarity

    Clarity New Member

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    Hooray! After a long time spending on overclocking, I believe I have a stable system of

    10x240, 9/10 divider.

    1.425v for my cpu, default 2.66v for my ram.

    prime 95 stable 8 hours! I never do heavy gaming on my comp anywhere near 8 hours, so I hope I'm good to go!

    I'm planning on lowering the cpu voltage down to 1.4, if I have no crashes for a week. maybe I won't lower it, as it maybe fuck up my OC, and 1.65v is the ceiling.

    woooooo, my cpu temp is like 33-35 idle, and maybe 39 tops under load. not too shabby at all =D :wavey:

    Now, I wonder if I should oc my video card, if all I play is a little WoW...
     
  2. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    I'd rather have a passively-cooled VGA card instead of an overclocked one, myself. Usually manufacturers manage to stabilize the chip design once it's a couple of generations old, and it can stand up to passive-cooling without glitching.
     
  3. BOTLD92Z

    BOTLD92Z OT Supporter

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    Maybe I missed it, but what chip? also, what board? You might have your voltage set at 1.425 in BIOS but it may or may not be actually at 1.425. I really don't think you'd need that much voltage.
     
  4. Clarity

    Clarity New Member

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    i probably don't need 1.425, i saw some people with a 2850 oc @ 1.4v.

    sorry, i didn't post my chip OR board =D

    dfi lanparty ut ultra-D, nf4
     

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