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Thread: Making the most of PII x4 C3 with 890FXA-UD7 @7.378g

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    Making the most of PII x4 C3 with 890FXA-UD7 @7.378g

    I’ve been waiting, waiting, & waiting for FX to come out. But… !!
    Haven’t touched the UD7 for a while & it still works just fine after so many LN2 sessions!

    It’s worth mentioning that the LN2 Cooler (Dual Wall Evaporator) & the thermal paste (GELID) are still the best tools for me.


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    6.86g Boot @ 1.9v wow… suicide! But what the hack !!



    7.346g CPUz video. Hey, crazy mad was having fun !



    Just did a few 2D

    7.378g Valid
    http://i967.photobucket.com/albums/a...5/9557378g.png

    7.155g PI1m @ 9.578s
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    7.015g PIfast @ 15.66, I used XP this time
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    Wow awesome clocks You runing full pot there?
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    Awesome! Great WR!
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    gelid ftw


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    wow, nice job for sure! Why only 1,888V on the valid screen ? Doesn't it scale with more volts ?
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    lol at that video
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    Really great!

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    Im curious as to why you would mess with "fsb" when you have unlocked multiplier. Is it cause of the supposed issue between some motherboards and certain multiplier numbers? Hence you are forced to raise fsb to balance it out?

    I personally havent found a need to do fsb ocing since I started buying BEs
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    Show us picture with numbers on IHS Gratz!

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    awesome clock

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    Wow awesome clocks You runing full pot there?
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    Yeah...1.875v in bios & shown 1.888v CPUz
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    nICE!
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    wow, nice job for sure! Why only 1,888V on the valid screen ? Doesn't it scale with more volts ?
    That keeps me feel younger ....
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    Really great!
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    Excellent job
    Nah...it's about the CPU
    You can't just keep pulling up the multi for high Freq. Sometimes you hv to make use of the FSB to get there !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poci View Post
    Im curious as to why you would mess with "fsb" when you have unlocked multiplier. Is it cause of the supposed issue between some motherboards and certain multiplier numbers? Hence you are forced to raise fsb to balance it out?
    I personally havent found a need to do fsb ocing since I started buying BEs
    Oh...you want to get one too? Thx, dude !
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    awesome clock
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    awesome!

    wat is the green board at 38s in video?

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    Very nice.
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    Totally awesome Mad222

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    That's a little toy Stephen Yeong made for power fans !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poci View Post
    Im curious as to why you would mess with "fsb" when you have unlocked multiplier. Is it cause of the supposed issue between some motherboards and certain multiplier numbers? Hence you are forced to raise fsb to balance it out?

    I personally havent found a need to do fsb ocing since I started buying BEs
    If only multipliers were used, he would have been at 7300mhz instead of 7378. HT speed is almost ALWAYS important to getting the best clocks.

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