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How many volts should I put through my 4000+ for 3.0

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hank123

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May 25, 2007
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With Yahweh in Colorado
i found on my 3600+ that if i backed off the volts a little it was better. try to back them off. u may not get 3.0Ghz.

also i disable all the spread spectrums.
 
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Dapman02

Dapman02

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Jan 17, 2008
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Overland Park, KS
that helped me to get to about 20 minutes orthos stable, alot better than a few seconds. Is it normal for when my memory gets hot, the heat spreader moves around when I grab it.
 

jiggamanjb

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Dec 18, 2003
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MI, USA
My 4000 wouldn't hit 3G no matter what I gave it, 2.8 was the max. I bought a 3600 and it hit 2.9 easy...
 

Firestrider

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Dec 9, 2003
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Orlando, FL
I was only able to keep my 4000+ stable at 3Ghz at 1.62v full load, but temps got too high (~57*C) so I put it back down to 1.4v at 2.8Ghz full load. I'm able to run 3dmark06 at 3.2ghz at 1.62v but it's not ORTHOS stable.