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It's official, you are in the list ;)
 

lowjack989

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Heres an update :

CPU: AMD Phenom II 965 BE
NAME: 890
REVISION: RB-C3
STEPPING: 3
FREQUENCY: 4.113 GHz
REF*MULTI: 200 MHz*20.5
CPU VOLTAGE: 1.488@Idle / 1.50@100%load
HT FREQUENCY:2608 MHz
HT VOLTS:1.2125v
NB FREQUENCY: 2809 MHz
CPU-NB voltage: 1.2125v
NB VOLTS: 1.2125v
RAM: G.Skill Sniper 8GB (2x4) 1606 MHz DDR3 7-9-8-24,1T @ 1.6V
MOTHERBOARD: ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3
COOLING: Corsair H60
OS: Win. 7 HP 64 / Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

http://www.flickr.com/photos/30936964@N05/5728071641/sizes/l/in/photostream/
 

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Updated.
 

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Hello everybody,

I thought I should throw myself on here as well, seeing as I am on these forums all the time now.

Thanks to Saint19 for helping me get my rig to where it is. I had run prime95 for 12 hours in this setup, but I recently bumped the nb freq up to 2450 so I will have to run it overnight again. Here is a screenshot of 2 hours though for now.

Cpu: Phenom II X6 1055T
Stepping: Unsure where to locate this
Frequency: 3.8Ghz
ref*multi: 272x14
CPU voltage: 1.425
CPU-NB: 1.3
nb frequency: 2450Mhz
NB volts: 1.3
RAM: Corsair Vengeance, 12GB 1600Mhz @1450Mhz 8-8-8-20-1T @ 1.65V
Motherboard: Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H
Cooling: Coolermaster V6
OS: 7 64-bit

Edit:

Heres a 6.5 hour run.





 

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Ahh the war begins....lol...I want to be on the insane list untill i get everything superstable and set right,which might be awhile...


Cpu: 965
Name: NeoCloud
Stepping: C3
Frequency: 4214
ref*multi: 200*21
CPU voltage: 1.538
CPU-NB: auto
nb frequency: auto
NB volts: auto
RAM: 2x2GB 1800Mhz DDR3 9-9-9-24-2T @ 1.65V
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-890GX-USB3 SATA 6GB
Cooling: Air cooling/ThermalTake Black Widow V1 copper cooler
OS: 7 32-bit
GFLOPS: n/a


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1843246
a little more stable with slight 1.55vcore adjustment and 1600/4.245!!!
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1845436
 

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How the hell are these couple of ppl getting 4.2 clocks on less than 1.5vcore is a huge mystery to me.I have to bump mine up to at least 1.5 to not crash on anything over 4.1 lol?
 

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Lol yea Idk If I will ever get to the stable table.Ive been running it allnight at these settings and its still going strong no crash.But Im worried about the high vcore I set at 1.55v now to make it more stable.Prime95 runs...just not for very long...lol.Still tweaking untill its perfect.I cant get past 4.4 b/c its very unstable past the 4.2 and I dont want to set my vcore to 1.6v to find out if it cooks eggs or not lol..Nice 4.6+ though saint lol.
 

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Actually not bad temps at all in my TT armor A60 with about 10 fans,usually at 88-95F idle and 100 to 120F max playing just cause 2 and crysis 2.
 

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Hey while you are out giving advice lol....is 1.35v CPU/NB too high? also 2600 seems to be the max on my HT Link which I have it set at ...so do I set NB freq to 2600 also?(which I allready have)?...Dram is at 1600 due to my 200 fsb setting.I am trying so hard for days now trying to get this OC right so I can finally post one of my best prime95 pix lol.
 

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My Over Clock is a AMD X4 965 c3 O.C 3.9ghz Multi of x19 and FSB 200 Vcore @ 1.50, W/ Kingston Hyper X1 6gb, Corsair H50, corsair 850 PSU second 300 PSU, 3 way sli gtx 260, 4 seagate barracuda 500gb raid 0+1 (soon a 120 intel ssd for my windows 7 OS)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVZiJ5igiys&feature=player_profilepage

i would enjoy any pointer, constructive criticism, opinions and no Intel fan boy haters. I my self love intel just not there price even though my next build is most def a Core i7 6 core cpu build, when the time come this current rig meets my needs.
 

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Ok this is weird....

Cpu: 965
Name: NeoCloud
Stepping: C3
Frequency: 4080
ref*multi: 240*17
CPU voltage: 1.488
CPU-NB: auto(1.1)
nb frequency: auto(1920)
NB volts: auto(1.3)
RAM: 2x2GB 1800Mhz DDR3 9-9-9-24-1T @ auto (1.65)
Motherboard: ASUS-M4A89GTD-PRO/USB3
Cooling: Air cooling/TT Black Widow V1
OS: 7 32-bit
GFLOPS: N/A

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1846908

At least I finally got my vcore down from 1.55 to 1.488 now,lol.I can do anything but run prime95 for more than 10 mins.It raises my core temps past 120F and crashes to bios at no matter what i set vcore/multi/fsb to.I need to figure out what to set dram/NB/HT freq to.Also...when I try to print the TH OC Club table,only a graph lined paper comes out,it there any way to print the table with the numbers on it?(maybe just some wierd printer settings)if not, no big deal.I know this isnt going on the stable table but could you add my highest insane @ 4.247(vcore was too high at 1.56) I could get without crashing yet instead of the one I have on there now?Here is cpuz for that
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1845779
 

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For Deneb core the NB can't go above 2600MHz.
 

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If it's not a vcore issue it could be your NB or RAM freq, timings, or voltages that need adjusting. Also there is very little benefit in having a HT link above ~2100-2200 and it must be lower than your NB frequency so if HT is high maybe lower the multiplier. What's your RAM frequency? My guess is that's the problem. AM3 CPUs are only rated for 1333 max so going too high there will def cause problems.

To print the table maybe just take a screenshot and save it as a .bmp or .jpg and print that instead.
 

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Hey Saint, my NB on my Deneb is @ 2800 MHz which is the limit on that....and the Hyper Transport is limited to 2600 MHz....
 

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Why is this so difficult for people to see.....On the BE cpu's...Why is everyone changing the FSB....Just leave it at 200 MHz....use the multiplier as this will allow the RAM to be set proper as well as allowing for maximum clock speeds of the NB and the HT....

@Barracuda----Where did you get that AM3 is limited to 1333 MHz? Well I guess I better tell my RAM to slow down as its at 1600 MHz
 

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Hello again Neo...I was gonna get at you on xfire, but I just seen this post and had to let you know that...Your problem lies with messing with the FSB....just knock it back to 200 and use the multi. as doing this will allow your HT to get to 2600 and your NB to 2800....Messing with the FSB totally screws up your OC on Black Edition cpu's
 

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That's from AMD's specs. I'm not saying it can't go higher but that is max as far as specifications are concerned.
Mine's actually a bit above 1600 as well and I've had it higher but not as stable so obviously it is possible.
 

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