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Old 04-02-2006, 05:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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pretty much what the thread says....here's my highest.

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oc - http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e35/30mm/3.jpg


it wasn't stable though....i think after prime 95 testing it started getting errors with in like 2mins...but i couldn't push it any farther as the computer didn't wanna boot.
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i can hit over 2.6ghz on my 2.0ghz manchester core. i dont think i can get it stable though with the stock cooling, that is at least not to my liking but i could probably do it. i am currently running 2.5ghz@1.4v, stock is 2.0ghz@1.35v.

edit: forgot to mention 2.5ghz is solid as a rock.
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mind you, i'm running on a system that was at it's prime 2 years ago
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http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=83587

heres my overclock
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i got 600mhz increase on my 2.8northwood on both stock cooling, and a zalman hsf, the temps fine, ti just dont want to go any further
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Iv gotten my 2.0 northwood up to 2.5 where it sits right now but i have gotten a new cpu fan since then.
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I've successfully gotten my AMD Athlon 64 3000+ from 1.8 GHz to 2.4GHz. Although, I ended up bringing it back down just a little because I wasn't sure if it would remain stable or not. It did run fine while I had it there though. And if you go by percentages, that's what, a 33% increase? Pretty good.
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Well i dont exactly have "stock cooling", i have a zalman 9500 but ive gotton mine too boot over 3ghz, it wasnt stable for very long though.

This is my current speed http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=71723.
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hey wayniac....download prime 95...it's a stress test, it'll stress your cpu....that way you'll know if it will run stable....usualy i would oc...then run prime 95 over night while i slept and if is passed the test in the morning then i bumped it up a little bit more.
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Yo Bleack, thats a pretty good OC, very nice.
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