clone wrote:did you have to up the voltage to hit 4.2 and if yes how high did you get it before you needed to add voltage?
Jigar2speed5095 wrote:1) 3200+ Athlon 64 @ 3.0 GHZ (Max went till 3.2GHZ stable, was a bit unstable @ 3.3GHZ) with Water cooling and AC cooling.
2) 4400+ X2 Atlon 64 @ 3.4 GHZ (Max went till 3.8 GHZ but unstable above 3.4GHZ) with LN2. (Home made)
3) Q6600 @ 3.2 GHZ (Max went till 3.9 GHZ unstable, stable till 3.65 GHZ but temperature goes very high without extra cooling and now i don't have LN2 any more )
4) XDA O2 Atom @ 624MHZ (actual speed 416MHZ) this PDA is rock solid for daily task and phoning but becomes a power hog, once overclocked.
Flying Fox wrote:Can we have some of what he was smoking? X48? 2x16 SLI? Want some more e-penis with that? How about just get the Nvidia triple SLI board with a water block on the 3xGPUs+chipset+CPU?
derFunkenstein wrote:I'll try and get up a screenshot of CPU-Z tonight, but I have a 133% overclock of my Phenom II X2 550 going on right now. Instead of 2x3.1GHz, it's 4x3.6.
It was pretty easy on the motherboard in the sig. Just hit Ctrl+F1 to get your ACC options, and set it to "hybrid" mode with everything else to Auto. I had to bump my voltage up to 1.45 to get it stable, but temps stay around 54-55C under load. The weird thing is now Win7 and my BIOS both think it's a "Phenom II X4 X50" whatever that is, and I have to rely on the motherboard temps as the cores all show 0*C in Hardware Monitor..