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Old 08-21-2007, 09:30 PM   #11
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I'm 99% sure it's just that your chipset can't go any higher than that. Find out your chipset temps.
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Old 08-21-2007, 10:03 PM   #12
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I'm 99% sure it's just that your chipset can't go any higher than that. Find out your chipset temps.
I've seen some overclocks around 3.73ghz on these boards stable. I told him to check his MCP he said it was like 45C so its fine. The biggest enemy for him is heat. Right now i've got him stable at 3525mhz on the same settings I use. He said he was up to like 64C at spikes.
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Old 08-21-2007, 10:44 PM   #13
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Wait, the chipset temperature is 45C? Not sure about his mobo, but the max for mine is 45C.
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Wait, the chipset temperature is 45C? Not sure about his mobo, but the max for mine is 45C.
Are you talking the board overall or the memory chipset processor? 45C is fine on a 680I after a long day of running mine its around 60C when its hot but I confirmed thats fine with the board through a Evga Support.
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I think Thelis has a 680i chipset. They are known for running hot. He hasn't raised the chipset voltage, so that is most likely what is holding him back. As far as which is the north bridge, I have no clue. I think its the MCP though.
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Bump your ram down to get more speed out the FSB
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Bump your ram down to get more speed out the FSB
I had him down to running a 1:1 ratio.
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