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liftedcj7on44s

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ok guys i decided tonight to see what the max my chip would clock too. so here is what i did. left cpu multi on 10x and took the htt down to 3x and maxed the voltage on my board to 1.55 volts. so first i tried 270x10. super pi 32m stable. went to 280x10. booted to windows faster than ever, i mean it was blazing fast. but it wasnt stable on even super pi 256k. damn i guess i found the max. probably gonna be like 276 or 277 x 10. dunno. but damn that thing was flying at 280 though. when i ran super pi on 256k it was almost done but the computer rebooted. you guys think thats the max????
 

ochungry

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liftedcj7on44s said:
ok guys i decided tonight to see what the max my chip would clock too. so here is what i did. left cpu multi on 10x and took the htt down to 3x and maxed the voltage on my board to 1.55 volts. so first i tried 270x10. super pi 32m stable. went to 280x10. booted to windows faster than ever, i mean it was blazing fast. but it wasnt stable on even super pi 256k. damn i guess i found the max. probably gonna be like 276 or 277 x 10. dunno. but damn that thing was flying at 280 though. when i ran super pi on 256k it was almost done but the computer rebooted. you guys think thats the max????
if the rams in your sig used, then I am 100% sure it is your rams holding you.
have you tried 1/2 divider?
 

Starfoxer

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That means you were running a 1/2 divider which means your memory was at 135 and 140 respectively so they were actually being ran below spec. My LBBLE 0521 3200+ does 2.8ghz super pi stable but not prime stable. I run it all day at 2.7ghz
 

Gee Ram

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Dec 11, 2005
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Yea, that ram should easily be able to do what he's got it running at. It's pc2700...so 333 MHz ram.

And he's only running it at 280/2= 140 or 280 DDR...

If 333 MHz ram can't do 280 MHz then I'm a millionaire.
 

Moto7451

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The chip is probably maxed out at that voltage. If you modded your board to give the chip 1.6v you probably could do 2.8GHz stable.