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ForeverUnknown    0

Bored lately so back to OCing the PC. So far...

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Abit IC7-Max 3

Corsair TwinX1024-3200LL @ 196MHz 2-2-2-6

Unfortunately, temps are a little high at 49C/55C but strangely are not really different than running 3.0GHz.

Cooling the CPU with a Thermalright XP-120 and Panaflo 120mm. The case has a Antec 120mm intake and another for out.

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aweir    0

Amd Sempron 3100 socket 754

1.8Ghz, 1.4 Vcore stock

overclocked to 2.4GHz at 1.6 Vcore, 266HT

Zalman CNPS7000B-Cu LED

Temperatures 41C max load, 23C idle.

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fix-this!    76

pentium 4, 3.0ghz 800fsb L2 2mb cache. overclocked to 3.6ghz. running 39 - 47c at max. 240x15 fsb

2 gigs ddr2 400 memory running dual channel

maxtor 100gb hd

ati radeon x1300 256mb graphics card

3 thermaltake case fans / standard intel cpu fan heatsink

comcast broadband tweeked to 6.5mbps.

windows xp media center with sp2

:devil:

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Pete Zaria    0

I'm sure you've seen a billion Sandy 3700+ OC's.

Highest semi-stable (fine for gaming and daily work, not prime95 stable after a while) OC:

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Highest 100% stable OC:

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I'm using a Tower112 heatpipe cooler with AS5. I keep my office pretty cold (around 60F), thus the cold temps. Even under full load, I've never seen the CPU above 115F. I'm afraid to give it any more voltage to push it higher, though. Opinions?

Also got a 6600GT to 570/1.16, but that's nothing special.

Peace,

Pete Zaria.

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kernatch    1

:o

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illicit    0

AMD Opteron 148 CABYE 0542 FPMW

O/C to 3Ghz

on AIR cooling, Vapochill Micro

Wow, that is pretty nice.

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Achal    0

P4 Prescott 3.4 Ghz @ 4.02 Ghz on stock

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malirene    4

AMD Sempron 3100+ 90nm

1.8 MH -> 2.6 MHz (290 x 9 @ 600 HTT)

On air cooling max. temperature on 100% cpu usage is 43 C after 2 ours of video converting :yes:

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Rix    3

AMD Sempron 3100+ 90nm

1.8 MH -> 2.6 MHz (290 x 9 @ 600 HTT)

On air cooling max. temperature on 100% cpu usage is 43 C after 2 ours of video converting :yes:

Dam, what Vcore you using on it?

I've got the same CPU, running @ 2.53Ghz on 1.48V, prime95 stable. Temps go up to 48Cish when gaming though - Prime95 torture test took me all the way up to 54C after a while :pinch:

Had to bump up my chipset voltage too, CPU is only 32C idle :)

I'll try to take it further when i get some better cooling :yes:

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tony-inpo    1

Dam, what Vcore you using on it?

I've got the same CPU, running @ 2.53Ghz on 1.48V, prime95 stable. Temps go up to 48Cish when gaming though - Prime95 torture test took me all the way up to 54C after a while :pinch:

Had to bump up my chipset voltage too, CPU is only 32C idle :)

I'll try to take it further when i get some better cooling :yes:

How fast is that in usual usage > load times etc. How long does it take to work out pi to 1000000 digits?

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Rix    3

How fast is that in usual usage > load times etc. How long does it take to work out pi to 1000000 digits?

SuperPI 1m is 40 Seconds bang on, could proberbly get it lower if my ram was running faster (had to run a divider on it, only running at 180Mhz atm)

Haven't noticed a difference in load times though - CS:S Seems quite a bit smoother :yes:

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Swiftless    0

I havent o/c'd my CPU, but heres my GPU:

128mb, 256bit Nvidia FX 5900 XT:

Core speed:

was 300mhz, now 375, max of 450.

Memory speed:

was 700mhz, now 872, max of 1050.

No extra cooling needed at this level.

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flapjackman176    0

CPU-Z verification

CPU : AMD Athlon 64 3000+ (*1) (**Sock Cooling and running @ 30 degrees**)

CPU PSN : AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3000+

CPU EXT : MMX (+) 3DNow! (+) SSE SSE2 SSE3 x86-64

CPU Cache : L1 : 64/64 KB - L2 : 512 KB

Core : Venice (0.09) / 0xFF0 / DH-E3

Freq : 2520.58 MHz (280.06 * 9)

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MB Brand : DFI Corp LTD

MB Model : LP NF4 Series

NB : nVidia nForce4 rev A3

SB : nVidia nForce4 MCP rev A3

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RAM Size : 1024 MB

RAM Freq : 229.1 MHz

RAM Type : DDR-SDRAM Dual Channel

RAM Ratio : CPU/11

RAM Timings : 2-2-2-6

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Slot 1 : 512MB (PC3200)

Slot 1 Manufacturer : OCZ

Slot 2 : 512MB (PC3200)

Slot 2 Manufacturer : OCZ

GPU:

BFG 7800 GT OC- Core- 490 MHz Memory- 1.15 GHz

Ive got an xp-120 but.. i cant use it without using my 7800 in the second PCI-E slot

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r4dius    0

Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego @ 2.7ghz - stock cooling, silent (2500 rpm regulated cpu fan), 45c max

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mikeboy    0

Here is mine, did it today

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:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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malirene    4

Dam, what Vcore you using on it?

I've got the same CPU, running @ 2.53Ghz on 1.48V, prime95 stable. Temps go up to 48Cish when gaming though - Prime95 torture test took me all the way up to 54C after a while :pinch:

Had to bump up my chipset voltage too, CPU is only 32C idle :)

I'll try to take it further when i get some better cooling :yes:

Here you can see CPU-Z Database with all information

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rudedogs    0

After much fiddling to find the most stable for my system I think i have found it. (Air cooled round IDE cables to help air flow)

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PratimGhosh86    1

Hmm ..... i've a 3.0 GHz running at 3.6 GHz ...... a 2.66 GHz running at 3.23 GHz .... and my 3500+ from 2.2 to 2.5 GHz .... all on stock cooling. ... will post screenshots soon ....

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Dallas    0

AMD Semptron 3100+ (1.8ghz) overclocked to 2.0ghz. It runs at 103 or 103F (40C) idle and about 115 durring gamage. I can't reember what fan.heatsink I have but it isn't stock..

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GuidZilla    0

Temporary:

3500+ Newcastle

DFI Lanparty NF4 Ultra-D

1gb Patriot

... Had it solid at 2.6 but was runnin a bit hotter than i'd like with stock cpu cooler

Currently at 2.47 (275x9) This ram has surprised me, so far i've gotten it too 280 without any stability issues but haven't done a hard/long test at that speed.

Late this coming week I'll be water cooled thankfully so i'll be uppin the juice when that gets here and really let this thing loose.

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mikeboy    0

280 is nice man! whats your temps?

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Dark Reaper    0

AMD Athlon X2 4400+ @ 2.4 GHz

1.3625V

I can overclock it to 2.5 GHz pretty easily but I have to crank my voltage to 1.4125 for a stable OC.

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ObiWanToby    35

DFI Lanparty NF4 Ultra-D

AMD Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.5Ghz

1.4125V

My ram is OCZ 2x1GB platinum, and I have to say it is disappointing. I can barely go over 200Mhz with it before the machine will not boot. I have it at a 5/6 divider

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Dark Reaper    0

Lol.

I find it ironic that you name is Intelman, yet you have an AMD processor.

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Qba73    0

revamped my system (finally scratched my upgrade itch..lol)

retired the p4c800-e and 30 capper northy.

new specs below, testing for higher speeds now, 4.2 stable on air vcore @ 1.4

will let you know what i come up with, one thing is these presler's love to OC.

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