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Old 03-10-2006, 09:02 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Here is an update

multiplier = 12
LTD = 4X
RAM speed = 183MHz

VDIMM = 2.7V
Vcore = 1.55 V

Mem Speed = 200MHz
CPU Speed = 2.80GHz

Idle Temp = 36 Deg C
Load Temp = 38-45 Deg C

At these settings the graphics are twiching a lot. Do I need to increase the PCIe frequency?? or am I maxed out here??
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What do you mean they twitch a lot? Did youi overclock your GFX card aswell?
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I have not overclocked the GPU, however I bought one that was factory overclocked.

the graphics only seem to twich when running 3dMark 06 not when playing games.

would increasing the PCIe frequency help??
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No. Does it do the same at a lower clock speed?
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The graphics are fine at lower clock speeds
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Hmmm. Tey upping the ram voltage to 2.75 and see what that does. You also have to run prime95 to ensure stability.
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As far as increasing the clock speed, is 233MHz pretty much it??
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Might be. How long have you have your CPU for?
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3 months or so
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Keep it at 2.8 and then run prime95 overnight.
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