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Old 02-18-2007, 02:59 AM   #31
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Old 02-18-2007, 03:13 AM   #32
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What is SSSE3? I thoguht it would show SSE4 instead.
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Ownage, You just made me decide to really push my system tonight
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Old 02-18-2007, 03:53 AM   #34
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yay! hahaha. What are you using to cool your cpu? I'm running open case right now with like 25*C ambient.

EDIT: Keep in mind the RD600 is the slowest chipset out of all of them in super pi
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yay! hahaha. What are you using to cool your cpu? I'm running open case right now with like 25*C ambient.

EDIT: Keep in mind the RD600 is the slowest chipset out of all of them in super pi
I'm done experimenting for tonight. I'm using a Zalman 9700, and the board seems to hit a wall somewhere right above 425 fsb. Right now I have vcore set at 1.36, mch at 1.65, and fsb at 1.3. I can't hit 3 Ghz stable, I've turned vcore up to 1.41, mch to 1.675, and fsb up to 1.325, and I'm kinda afraid to go higher. I think the mobo hit it's limit.

Edit: I'm gonna try to get my dad to buy a new pc with an E6400, since he needs a new computer for work, so I can steal if from him lol. Maybe the higher multiplier will help.
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Old 02-18-2007, 12:28 PM   #36
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Try loosening timings and raising VDimm. That is probably our problem. All chipsets except for RD600 will scale RAM speed linearly with FSB, so if FSB goes up, so does your RAM speed.
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Haha, you're using that fossil of a PCI video card and you still get great performance.
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Old 02-18-2007, 01:26 PM   #38
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hahaha! Yepp.
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Old 02-18-2007, 02:23 PM   #39
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That's very nice, Why is your conroe @ 1.4v. Dont they run to hot if you rase the voltage to much from 1.2v or is 1.4v stock?

Here is mine!!
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1.325 stock voltage. 1.4 is only 7% more.
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