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The idea is easy.

Exist two tables, 1st one is for OC stable with stability test and the 2nd one is only for OC (don't stable necessary)

1- The rules for OC stable are this:

Post the OC's here and in this format

Updated example:
Cpu: 955
Name: saint19
Stepping: C2
Frequency: 3700
ref*multi: 200*18.5
CPU voltage: 1.42
CPU-NB: 1.30
nb frequency: 2600
NB volts: 1.2
RAM: 4GB 1600Mhz DDR3 8-8-8-24-2T @ 1.65V
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5
Cooling: Air cooling/Hyper 212+
OS: 7 64-bit
GFLOPS: 49 (Only for LinX)
(For Gigaflops, You must run either LinX for at least 5 runs, screen shot required, peak score will be taken)


The stability test can be do it with 2 hours on any of this progmras: Prime95, LinX, OCCT or y-cruncher in stress test mode*

* Launch the program, press 2, enter, 0, enter, x GB (x being nearly how much RAM your system has free according to task manager), and press enter. The program will periodically indicate how much time has been consumed for the testing.

It doesn't need to be in that specific order, but don't post just a screenie, it makes it much slower for me to update, and i don't have enough info to fill in many of the spaces. Thanks in advance

Posts with no verification of stability (screenie) were not added to the list, furthermore, posts a CPUz validation only were added to the 2nd table. If you wish to be added to the list. Follow the above format and post a screenshot verifying stability.


Give as much info as you can. Results can also be updated or filled in. Please make a new post to do so and post the pic in thumbnail size.

Stable OC

Stable OC table


Insane OC

Insane OC table


Now start to OC folks!

I hate that this don't support HTML code :( :fou:
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  1. Great idea saint19, these spreads can offer a lot of insight for folks.

    Soooo are you going to lead us off ? :)
    Reply to green300
  2. That's the idea but looks like a bad idea here u are the 1st one with a reply :lol: I will try.
    Reply to saint19
  3. here saint19:
    2 hours prime95

    CPU: 740
    Name: Ahumphers91
    Stepping: C2
    Frequency: 3811.51
    Ref* Mulitiplier: 206.03 * 18.5
    CPU Voltage: 1.552v
    NB Frequency: 2060Mhz
    NB-Volts- Auto
    RAM: 4GB 1600Mhz DDR3 7-8-7-24-2T @ 1.65V
    Motherboard: Asus M4A77TD
    Cooling: Air Cooling/ CPU Zalman 9700 110 MM Fan
    O.S. Win XP 32bit
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  4. ahumphers91 said:
    here saint19:
    2 hours prime95

    CPU: 740
    Name: Ahumphers91
    Stepping: C2
    Frequency: 3811.51
    Ref* Mulitiplier: 206.03 * 18.5
    CPU Voltage: 1.552v
    NB Frequency: 2060Mhz
    NB-Volts- Auto
    RAM: 4GB 1600Mhz DDR3 7-8-7-24-2T @ 1.65V
    Motherboard: Asus M4A77TD
    Cooling: Air Cooling/ CPU Zalman 9700 110 MM Fan
    O.S. Win XP 32bit


    U forget the screenie of the stability test. For now u will be added in the Insane table.
    Reply to saint19
  5. how do you get a screenie of the stability test??
    Reply to ahumphers91
  6. im running prime95. ill stop it after 2 hours and prnt screen that\
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  7. Ok, now heres my real numbers. I couldn't quite pass prime with the other settings, but here are some settings that did pass!
    CPU: 740
    Name: Ahumphers91
    Stepping: C2
    Frequency: 3811.2mhz
    Ref* Mulitiplier: 206.03 * 18.5
    CPU Voltage: 1.552v
    NB Frequency: 2060Mhz
    NB-Volts- Auto
    RAM: 4GB 1600 downclocked 1333Mhz DDR3 7-8-7-24-2T @ 1.59V
    Motherboard: Asus M4A77TD
    Cooling: Air Cooling/ CPU Zalman 9700 110 MM Fan
    O.S. Win XP 32bit



    Edit: 1.51250v in bios and 1.5 volts for the ram at 1333
    Reply to ahumphers91
  8. Nice job Ahumphers91 now u are in the list ;)
    Reply to saint19
  9. cool. So i've got prime running again at 3.829. Im gonna go as high as I can safely and send another one to you.
    Reply to ahumphers91
  10. CPU: 945
    name: Deneb
    Stepping:c2
    frequency: 3525 mhz
    FSB*Multiplier: 235mhz*15.0
    CPU Voltage:1.344v
    HT link: 2115.5 mhz
    NB volts : auto (1.2v)
    CPU Cooling: Hyper TX3 set to auto speeds
    RAM: 4 gigs Corsair XMS3 1333 downclocked to 1253 mhz 8-8-8-20
    FSB: DRAM : 3:8
    RAM Voltage: 1.5
    MOBO: Gigabyte GA-MA 790XT-UD4P
    OS: Win7 64 bit

    48 celsius after 4 hours stress
    I can't hit 3.6 stable. And I really dont want to do an insane OC
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  11. Hi ScoobyJooby-Jew and good OC.

    I think that u can go with more without problems set the HT to default (2000MHz) and rise more the FBS.
    Reply to saint19
  12. Nice clocks gang.


    Cpu: B35 (435)
    Name: green300
    Stepping: C2
    Frequency: 3.7
    ref*multi: 257*14.5
    CPU voltage: 1.475
    CPU-NB: auto
    nb frequency: 2313
    NB volts: auto
    RAM: 2GB G.Skill 1333/FE310666CL8-1GBHK @1371 7-7-7-18-1T 1.53v
    Motherboard: Asus M4A77TD
    Cooling: CCF 120
    OS: XP/32

    Best stable oc: http://img137.imageshack.us/img137/9533/3725.jpg

    CPU-Z

    Best 1M: http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/945/spi3.png

    Best 32M: http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/2421/pi32.jpg

    1hr. linx/max problem size: http://img710.imageshack.us/img710/3575/38149.jpg

    Best run. (2720NB): http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1378200
    Reply to green300
  13. Good green300 another OC to add ;)
    Reply to saint19
  14. word. ill give it a shot later
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  15. are you editing the tables? cause google docs wont let me.
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  16. Yeah, but give me a minute i'm a little busy right now ;)
    Reply to saint19
  17. sure thing hoss. I wasn't trying to rush or anything. Just wasn't sure.
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  18. saint19 said:
    Hi ScoobyJooby-Jew and good OC.

    I think that u can go with more without problems set the HT to default (2000MHz) and rise more the FBS.

    unfortunately, i cannot exceed past 3525 mhz. I lowered the HT and bumped the fsb to 240, and my comp rebooted 10 seconds into prime95 "in place FFT's" test. And it won't load windows with anymore voltage applied. I am happy with a 500mhz boost though :)
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  19. Haha, Saint can i just show you the screenie of my folding@home running for a long time XD as proof of stablity? Cause really, I don't want to stop folding for THG! (Really though I'm just to lazy to run Prime95 that long, given that means I can't fold. Soo can I just screenie the 24/7 folding I'm doing?
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  20. Scoobyjooby-jew, what is your temps? Are you running a stock heatsink? 1.334v-core is really low. I can safley run 49 degrees celsius overclocked 3.81 ghz and im testing 3.29 ghz and not exceeding 49 still. my v-core now is at 1.54 or something like that in bios. I also started using zero therm, it dropped my temps 30c when I was having trouble overclocking in the beginning, I was getting way hot.
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  21. Hello here is my rig.....

    Cpu: 1055T
    Name: miwanuma
    Stepping: ?
    Frequency: 3919
    ref*multi: 279*14
    CPU voltage: 1.45
    CPU-NB: auto
    nb frequency: 1959.6
    NB volts: 1.35
    RAM: 8GB G.Skill 1600 DDR3 Ripjaws 9-9-9-24 2T @1.65v
    Motherboard: Asus M4A89GTD Pro
    Cooling: Corsair H50
    OS: Win 7 Ultimate 64
    Temp 56c @100% load on prime
    Screnie

    http://img716.imageshack.us/img716/2982/cpuprim3916.png
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  22. ahumphers91 said:
    Scoobyjooby-jew, what is your temps? Are you running a stock heatsink? 1.334v-core is really low. I can safley run 49 degrees celsius overclocked 3.81 ghz and im testing 3.29 ghz and not exceeding 49 still. my v-core now is at 1.54 or something like that in bios. I also started using zero therm, it dropped my temps 30c when I was having trouble overclocking in the beginning, I was getting way hot.

    my temps are great. sucking in ambient air of about 25 to 28 degrees celsius, my cpu idles 34 celsius. hits 48/49 after 4 hours prime95, fan speed set to auto. it just wont load into windows with +.075v. I tried giving the NB a +.1v as well, cause i read a guide said it could help. I don't remember the guide though.
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  23. i have a coolermaster hypertx3
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  24. Quote:
    unfortunately, i cannot exceed past 3525 mhz. I lowered the HT and bumped the fsb to 240, and my comp rebooted 10 seconds into prime95 "in place FFT's" test. And it won't load windows with anymore voltage applied. I am happy with a 500mhz boost though:)


    Scooby: When u rise the FBS u also rise the RAM speed so check that cause I think that u need slow down the RAM speed for rise the FBS and get the OC stable.

    Quote:
    Haha, Saint can i just show you the screenie of my folding@home running for a long time XD as proof of stablity? Cause really, I don't want to stop folding for THG! (Really though I'm just to lazy to run Prime95 that long, given that means I can't fold. Soo can I just screenie the 24/7 folding I'm doing?


    Sorry man, only prime95, LinX or OCCT are accepted as stability test.


    Table updated ;)
    Reply to saint19
  25. ScoobyJooby-Jew said:
    ....it just wont load into windows with +.075v....


    Scoob, can you go to your vcore in your bios and then type in any value you want, like 1.38 or even just 1.4, and press enter to set it ?
    Reply to green300
  26. saint19 said:
    The idea is easy.

    Exist two tables, 1st one is for OC stable with stability test and the 2nd one is only for OC (don't stable necessary)

    1- The rules for OC stable are this:

    Post the OC's here and in this format

    Updated example:
    Cpu: 955
    Name: saint19
    Stepping: C2
    Frequency: 3700
    ref*multi: 200*18.5
    CPU voltage: 1.42
    CPU-NB: 1.30
    nb frequency: 2600
    NB volts: 1.2
    RAM: 4GB 1600Mhz DDR3 8-8-8-24-2T @ 1.65V
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5
    Cooling: Air cooling/Hyper 212+
    OS: 7 64-bit
    GFLOPS: 49 (Only for LinX)
    (For Gigaflops, You must run either LinX for at least 5 runs, screen shot required, peak score will be taken)


    The stability test can be do it with 2 hours P95, 1 hour LinX, or 3 hours OCCT.

    It doesn't need to be in that specific order, but don't post just a screenie, it makes it much slower for me to update, and i don't have enough info to fill in many of the spaces. Thanks in advance

    Posts with no verification of stability (screenie) were not added to the list, furthermore, posts a CPUz validation only were added to the 2nd table. If you wish to be added to the list. Follow the above format and post a screenshot verifying stability.


    Give as much info as you can. Results can also be updated or filled in. Please make a new post to do so and post the pic in thumbnail size.

    Stable OC

    Stable OC table


    Insane OC

    Insane OC table


    Now start to OC folks!

    I hate that this don't support HTML code :( :fou:



    how do you post a pic on thread?
    Reply to miwanuma
  27. miwanuma said:
    how do you post a pic on thread?


    Exist two possible options for that:

    1- U can use the following format:
    2- If u use some pages like ImageShack when u select share a picture look for the option "Thumbnail Size" and select "Forums" option finally copy and paste the address in the thread
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  28. saint19 said:
    Exist two possible options for that:

    1- U can use the following format:
    2- If u use some pages like ImageShack when u select share a picture look for the option "Thumbnail Size" and select "Forums" option finally copy and paste the address in the thread



    Thank you!! I appreciate everything you have done for me!!
    Reply to miwanuma
  29. saint19 said:
    Quote:
    unfortunately, i cannot exceed past 3525 mhz. I lowered the HT and bumped the fsb to 240, and my comp rebooted 10 seconds into prime95 "in place FFT's" test. And it won't load windows with anymore voltage applied. I am happy with a 500mhz boost though:)


    Scooby: When u rise the FBS u also rise the RAM speed so check that cause I think that u need slow down the RAM speed for rise the FBS and get the OC stable.


    ;)


    green300 said:
    Scoob, can you go to your vcore in your bios and then type in any value you want, like 1.38 or even just 1.4, and press enter to set it ?


    saint: i do have my ram downclocked. its on the 5.33 multiplier, so stock speeds would have it around 1066mhz. with the FSB increase its 12xxmhz. its stock rated at 1333 (1600 OC). And it will run stable till it gets to around 1550mhz, it least it did for me when I was cllimbing up the FSB increases

    green:nah it only allows me to add in .025v increments. And it won't boot with +.075v. I know this. I stayed up way to late one night trying to hit 3.6 ghz stable with various confgurations
    Reply to ScoobyJooby-Jew
  30. So saint.... You can I just show you my folding screen shot instead of Prime95? To show my stabilty?
    Reply to aznshinobi
  31. No aznshinobi F@H isn't accepted as a stability test if u want enter to the table u need an screeni of LinX (1 hour), prime95 (2 hours) or OCCT (3 hours) and CPU-Z (cpu tab, mobo tab and memory tab) and validation is optional but not obligatory.
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  32. Haha fine.... Be that way.
    Reply to aznshinobi
  33. Cpu: 740 BE
    Name: Ahumphers
    Stepping: C2
    Frequency: 3820
    ref*multi: 202 * 19
    CPU voltage: 1.53v
    CPU-NB: 2010
    NB volts: 1.2v
    RAM: 4GB G.Skill 1600 DDR3 Ripjaws 7-8-7-24 1T @1.65v
    Motherboard: Asus M4A77TD
    Cooling: Zalman 9700
    OS: Win XP 32bit

    http://s868.photobucket.com/albums/ab247/Ahumphers91/?action=view&current=CaptureSelection-20100918-003236-1.jpg
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  34. Updated overclock.... Special thanks to saint for all his help in my thread to get here. Without him I would not have done this! Would have been stuck at 3.5ghz

    Cpu: 1055T
    Name: miwanuma
    Stepping: 0
    Frequency: 4002
    ref*multi: 285*14
    CPU voltage: 1.48v
    CPU-NB: 2001
    NB volts: 1.2v
    RAM: 8GB G.Skill DDR3 1600 Ripjaws 9-9-9-24 2T @1.65v
    Motherboard: Asus M4A89GTD-PRO
    Cooling: Corsair H-50
    OS: Win 7 64

    Screenies

    http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/488/cpuid918.png


    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1395783
    Reply to miwanuma
  35. First of all, I'd like to say that I'm a total beginner to overclocking. For the past week, I've read and read all the different guides and forum posts to try to understand and get a grasp how overclocking a chip works. It was quite daunting at first and was ready to give up, as not many people offer advice or share their knowledge outright in some forums.

    I think this is a great thread for beginners to be able to compare different settings and to assuage the intimidation one encounters when beginning an overclocking project. Here's my contribution :)


    CPU: 945 Phenom II X4 Deneb 95 watts
    NAME: PiranhaMoose
    STEPPING: C2
    FREQUENCY: 3600 MHZ
    REF*MULTI: 240*15
    CPU VOLTAGE: 1.46250
    CPU-NB: 2160 (9x multiplier)
    CPU-NB VOLTAGE: 1.25
    SB CHIPSET VOLTAGE: 1.22
    HT LINK FREQUENCY: 1800 MHZ
    HT LINK VOLTAGE: 1.215
    RAM: OCZ Reapers 4GB DDR2 PC-6400 downclocked to 333mhz / 5-5-5-15-24 @ 800mhz
    RAM VOLTAGE: 1.905
    TEMPERATURE: 32C IDLE (with cool and quiet disabled) - 54C (100% load 2 hours Prime95)
    MOTHERBOARD: ASUS M4A785-M
    COOLING: Zalman 9500A 92mm
    OS: Windows 7 Professional x86


    http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/6732/piranhamoosepc.th.jpg http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/4023/piranhamoosepc1.th.jpg


    By the way..... Dude, it's NOT a Dell! :kaola:

    http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/7307/img2527u.th.jpghttp://img411.imageshack.us/img411/543/img2548x.th.jpghttp://img96.imageshack.us/img96/3104/img1956y.th.jpghttp://img408.imageshack.us/img408/508/img2551rf.th.jpg


    Peace.......
    Reply to piranhamoose
  36. Nice job piranhamoose !
    Reply to green300
  37. Nice, I will update the table as soon as possible.
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  38. I think i'll join this little competition as well....but I can't post the details now...I'll do it later...I got a good insane overclock and I gotta do a stable one...
    Reply to videl
  39. piranhamoose said:
    First of all, I'd like to say that I'm a total beginner to overclocking. For the past week, I've read and read all the different guides and forum posts to try to understand and get a grasp how overclocking a chip works. It was quite daunting at first and was ready to give up, as not many people offer advice or share their knowledge outright in some forums.

    I think this is a great thread for beginners to be able to compare different settings and to assuage the intimidation one encounters when beginning an overclocking project. Here's my contribution :)


    CPU: 945 Phenom II X4 Deneb 95 watts
    NAME: PiranhaMoose
    STEPPING: C2
    FREQUENCY: 3600 MHZ
    REF*MULTI: 240*15
    CPU VOLTAGE: 1.46250
    CPU-NB: 2160 (9x multiplier)
    CPU-NB VOLTAGE: 1.25
    SB CHIPSET VOLTAGE: 1.22
    HT LINK FREQUENCY: 1800 MHZ
    HT LINK VOLTAGE: 1.215
    RAM: OCZ Reapers 4GB DDR2 PC-6400 downclocked to 333mhz / 5-5-5-15-24 @ 800mhz
    RAM VOLTAGE: 1.905
    TEMPERATURE: 32C IDLE (with cool and quiet disabled) - 54C (100% load 2 hours Prime95)
    MOTHERBOARD: ASUS M4A785-M
    COOLING: Zalman 9500A 92mm
    OS: Windows 7 Professional x86


    http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/6732/piranhamoosepc.th.jpg http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/4023/piranhamoosepc1.th.jpg


    By the way..... Dude, it's NOT a Dell! :kaola:

    http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/7307/img2527u.th.jpghttp://img411.imageshack.us/img411/543/img2548x.th.jpghttp://img96.imageshack.us/img96/3104/img1956y.th.jpghttp://img408.imageshack.us/img408/508/img2551rf.th.jpg


    Peace.......



    Nice!!
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  40. here's mine
    It's not much but it definitely beats the crap out of the stock frequency.

    CPU: Phenom 9550 Agena
    Name: Awfulwaffle (T3HPWN1N470R on CPU-Z)
    Stepping: 3
    Frequency: 2750 Mhz
    Vcore: 1.318V
    Ref*Multi: 250x11
    NB: 2250 Mhz
    NB Volts: Auto
    RAM: 6GB Kingston/Hyundai Electronics PC 6400 DDR2
    Temps: ~32C Idle, 46C-51C under 100 percent load
    MOBO: Asus M4N82 Deluxe
    Cooler: Coolermaster Hyper TX3

    Screens:
    http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/8411/27067568.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    Speedfan is of the last section of stress testing but you get the idea
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  41. awfulwaffle said:
    here's mine
    It's not much but it definitely beats the crap out of the stock frequency.

    CPU: Phenom 9550 Agena
    Name: Awfulwaffle (T3HPWN1N470R on CPU-Z)
    Stepping: 3
    Frequency: 2750 Mhz
    Vcore: 1.318V
    Ref*Multi: 250x11
    NB: 2250 Mhz
    NB Volts: Auto
    RAM: 6GB Kingston/Hyundai Electronics PC 6400 DDR2
    Temps: ~32C Idle, 46C-51C under 100 percent load
    MOBO: Asus M4N82 Deluxe
    Cooler: Coolermaster Hyper TX3

    Screens:
    http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/8411/27067568.jpg

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    Speedfan is of the last section of stress testing but you get the idea


    Please post the pict with the prime95 time visible for now I can't confirm that is stable.
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  42. Table updated, keep coming! :sol:
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  43. saint19 said:
    Please post the pict with the prime95 time visible for now I can't confirm that is stable.


    I thought it was visible in that screen, Prime95 is open and it says in the main thread when it started and stopped the workers. If that's not what you wanted, what do i need a screen of?

    Thanks,

    Alex
    Reply to awfulwaffle
  44. Oh crap the CPUZ in that is from after i stopped the test so it reduced the multiplier lol. Here's the real one

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1402992
    Reply to awfulwaffle
  45. awfulwaffle said:
    I thought it was visible in that screen, Prime95 is open and it says in the main thread when it started and stopped the workers. If that's not what you wanted, what do i need a screen of?

    Thanks,

    Alex


    Check one of the other screeni and u will the that prime95 show the total stress time at the end of each window, that what I need to know that's stable.
    Reply to saint19
  46. ah crap gotcha time to run prime95 again
    Reply to awfulwaffle
  47. I have a stable overclock, tested 18h+ on prime 95, I just tried raising the NB frequency and then ran prime95 again, right as I was saving the screenshot after 2 hours and 22 minutes of torture test, I got the BSOD. So, I dialed my NB back to normal and will edit this post when I've run the Prime 95 again (Its been stable for 18h+ but didn't take a screenshot because I hadn't seen this thread yet) and have gotten a screenshot that saves without giving me the dreaded BSOD... XD

    In the meantime, I'm not quite sure what to put my cpu down as, because its a Athlon II X3 440, unlocked to a supposed Phenom II X4 B40, and then overclocked. I'll just leave it as what CPUZ says it is:

    Cpu: AMD PHENOM II X4
    Name: DANIEL-PC
    Stepping: BL-C2
    Frequency: 3536.73 Mhz
    Ref*Multi: 235.78*15
    CPU voltage: 1.452v (which goes up to ~1.47v under load)
    CPU-NB: Auto
    NB Frequency: 1886
    NB volts: Auto
    RAM: 4GB 1572 Mhz DDR3 7-8-7-24-1T @ 1.5V
    Motherboard: ASUS M4A87TD/USB3
    Cooling: Air cooling / Thermaltake Contac 29
    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

    Like I said before, I will edit this post once I've run prime 95 AGAIN to post an image with a successful 2h+ run.

    Here's the link to the cpuz confirmation thing.
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1406947

    Edit: Here's the image
    http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa13/dannyboy3210/StableOverclock.png
    I'm not quite sure how to get it to display at full resolution... hm... but you can see the cpu speed and that its been running for 11h+.
    Reply to dannyboy3210
  48. Well done !

    Try raising your NB Freq. up to 2350, see if that helps.
    Reply to green300
  49. green300 said:
    Well done !

    Try raising your NB Freq. up to 2350, see if that helps.

    That's roughly what I had it at when I got the BSOD saving the prime 95 success picture. XD What's I wrote down is the 100% stable numbers. I may test one "step" under that, see if that works, I will likely test it overnight to see if its really stable though.
    Reply to dannyboy3210
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