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. . The newest member to the 4gHz club. While yes its an old group I finally made it. My sig is now wrong. I have a p5gd1 and a 640 Intel. got it on stock volts at 4gHz and stock cooling. I just BARELY made it and am now testing for stability. My RAM is crap so I slowed the timings down and squeeeeeezed in at 4.0. . . OK Im tickled have a party for me. Other than RAM, any good tweeks? And how to I make use of the so called Lock Free thing. I have a 640. Is this a proc that will allow this or is it limited to the 3.4gHz chips??
PS: wooooooooooo i was shocked to see this hit 4.0 on stock all.
Let's see some pics.
Im only @ 2.8 :p J/K
I managed to detune the ram abit and so far after about 3 hours im still prime95 stable(so far). . temps arent too horrible. max at 50C. . I think a good cooler and a better vented case should help out nicely. Some better RAM to give me a bit more room. Im still at stock voltage so this puppy might play a bit. :D
Well, Im not primie95 stable at 4.0. Can boot to windows all day but craps out after about 2 hours of prim95. I am not sure as to the exact max voltage I can run on this but for now im at 3.92GhZ stable at 1.425V.
02-08-06, 11:15 PM
If your temps are alright, which they seem to be, try upping the voltage to 1.45 and see if that helps.
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