- Aug 1, 2003
- E600000 - E60000FF
- Thread Starter
Welcome to Overclockers Forums! Join us to reply in threads, receive reduced ads, and to customize your site experience!
You need to look at the load core temp when talking about OC'ing and stability. You're pushing 52°C and 55°C ±5°C (depending on the CPU) is where instability starts creeping in.Under 50c is on the edge? and that was with 1.25+cpuNB even at 1.3cpuNB and 1.5vcore max temp was 50c, so i have room to play with it.. but it didnt fix it. at least at 3.5ghz
My vdimm is at 2.1v
This motherboard demonstrates standard overclocking results with a processor with the unlocked multiplier. But its results with the locked multiplier are absolutely unimpressive. The motherboard apparently has problems with increasing the reference frequency above 255-260 MHz, because we failed to squeeze more even after reducing the multipliers for HT bus, memory, and CPU NB below the usual level.
You know, you could just be running out of clock speed with that board. Not all boards will run 300+ and many start to sputter about 250 MHz. Sometimes a bump to the NB (chipset) will help that.
Found this at http://ixbtlabs.com/articles3/mainboard/gigabyte-ma770-ud3-770-p2.html