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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldguy932 View Post
    That's why there are separate lists. I'm going to be working on two separate list in this thread. One for people that do stability runs of prime, others that don't. I can't believe the fact that I wanted to go by the old standard of 8 hours that we have 3 pages of nonsense.

    @jonspd - Could you post the information about your cpu? I just need your stepping and get a picture of prime when you can. I just started the tables in excel so your data is the guinea pig since you were the first post to have your overclock in it.

    Edit: The list of just jonspd is linked in a word document right now. I will convert it over to an image file after I get more results. It will be in the same format as the word document, just as a picture file so you don't have to download it.


    man you mean I gotta take this thing back apart

    I hate having to remove perfectly working things... sure as soon as my evga 280 FTW get's here I will post up what info I got on the stepping.

    and seeing as I have to reapply the AS5 then I guess I will run p95 for 12 to get it to set in quicker.
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    Its less work than I'll be doing when I get all my parts in. Building the system will be the easy part. I also have to cut a hole out of my case for the vapo tube to go through. Nobody sells the premade cases from lian-li to go with the vapos anymore so I gotta do it myself. Not sure if I feel like buying the new version of the chill control yet, would be pretty helpful.

    So no one else feels like posting their overclocks yet? You guys need to give me something to do before I get bored...
    Not much to say right now.

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    Seem's the write has gotten alot better...Can't wait to see what it can do overclocked.

    Huh the "review" shows the read not being that good till 3.7 with 2.2 htt/nb

    Stock memory write only 6,276 mhz.

    Stock memory copy 9,200.

    So all of those scores are lower than yours, would os make those big of differences some how?

    I would think their 1200mhz ddr2 memory would be faster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rypt View Post
    Indeed. What's the point if clocking the chip so high if any use of that power will cause it to kill half your computer.
    Next people will say "it posts, so it's stable".
    not exactly. there are no applications that currently run 100% cpu usage on every part of the cpu for at least 8 hours straight. most people can have computers that aren't even 1 hour prime stable and they have no problem with it at all. stable to me is if you can run every single application you use without ever having an error. not putting so much power through your mosfets that they might explode when in any other real situation it wouldn't happen.

    is 2 years prime the final decision?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman787 View Post
    Seem's the write has gotten alot better...Can't wait to see what it can do overclocked.

    Huh the "review" shows the read not being that good till 3.7 with 2.2 htt/nb

    Stock memory write only 6,276 mhz.

    Stock memory copy 9,200.

    So all of those scores are lower than yours, would os make those big of differences some how?

    I would think their 1200mhz ddr2 memory would be faster.
    Under Vista 64 there, also I am running the ram UNganged...If I ran them Ganged my scores would be higher, there ram should be better at 1200, mine is just stock...Where is this review Id like to take a look at it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman787 View Post
    Thanks for the link

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    I can't wait to hear your take on the score differences.

    Comparing your oc cinebench stock htt to theirs is just ridiculous...12,142 vs. 15,343

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    Hey HondaGuy, do you have your stepping handy? It's the only thing missing really.
    Not much to say right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldguy932 View Post
    Hey HondaGuy, do you have your stepping handy? It's the only thing missing really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HondaGuy View Post
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    Your looking good man..I can't wait till I can post my scores..You should be able to get more NB out of it. I have seen better number then that test site..so, I dunno what it is. I know I am using high NB then they were also..
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    alittle more NB for yea.......



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    Quote Originally Posted by HondaGuy View Post
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    man those everest numbers are ... well look @ my sig
    (just kidding ^^)

    as for the stable OC debate, on my previous E6600 2,4 @3,2 30 minutes of prime95 blend tests kept me free from errors or blue screens for more then two years as o gamer (8 or 10 hours sessions quite oftenn, 6 hours usual) in a part of the world where 30°+ in summer is quite usual

    i'd say 30minutes is enough in most of the cases
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman787 View Post
    I can't wait to hear your take on the score differences.

    Comparing your oc cinebench stock htt to theirs is just ridiculous...12,142 vs. 15,343
    Cinebench 32bits versus Cinebench 64bits it seems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveburt714 View Post
    All that being said, for me IntelBurnTest will catch errors in 20 minutes that will seem stable even after hours of P95, and I don't have to worry about waking up up with a dead box...
    Been there, done that... on a couple of occations.
    With Netburst CPU's/rigs.

    These "stability-tests" don't really say that much about your CPU, being PhenomI/II (or Preslers for that matter).
    It says more about the *huge* amounts of current (Amps x V) that the poor vrms/Mosfets must take without melting/damaging the PCB/traces.

    I opt for 1hour OCCT as "stable clock".

    We do not want to burn our boards/test "board-clocks" do we?

    Regarding PHII/45nm I expect this to be a lesser problem as it is/was for first gen Agena (125w+++ models).

    Speaking of boards for OC'ing PHII, will DFI LANPARTY JR 790GX-M2RS be a good choise?
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    man i cant wait till thursday when all the "Official" reviews come out. Wonder if anyone is going to post up the best way to overclock the phenoms as i just sold my intel stuff to come back to AMD for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HondaGuy View Post
    alittle more NB for yea.......
    Now your getting closer How you like the chip so far???? Fun eh?

    Edit: What memory are you using? I can't remember if I asked you or not yet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TL1000S View Post
    These "stability-tests" don't really say that much about your CPU, being PhenomI/II (or Preslers for that matter).
    It says more about the *huge* amounts of current (Amps x V) that the poor vrms/Mosfets must take without melting/damaging the PCB/traces.
    +1 thank you. thats the only concern i ever have about running prime for long periods.

    also i have never used OCCT before but i have had it dled for a long time . if people think a one hour test would be better than an 8 hour prime then that sounds good to me.

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    I'm impressed 2.8ghz on an AM2+ board for NB.

    so it looks like Am3 will give a slight a boost for HT3.1 clocks and also maybe we'll see some Nb close or equal to core speed.
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