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    The San Diego OC DISCUSSION Thread

    All miscellaneous San Diego OC discussions are to take place in here. If you wish to refer to a particular post from the The Official San Diego Overclocking Thread, please include the proper "Post #" or a direct link to the post you are mentioning.

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    ????

    I thought the purpose of the official thread was to engulf all of the smaller threads...What exactly is the point of this one ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by perkam
    ????

    I thought the purpose of the official thread was to engulf all of the smaller threads...What exactly is the point of this one ??

    Perkam
    The purpose of this thread is for discussion and BS the other thread "The Official San Diego Overclocking Thread" is only for result, moderator probably wanted to keep those two overclocking threads nice and clean, easier for everyone to see the results instead of reading bunch of other stuff.

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    The purpose of the "official" thread is for forum members to display their overclocking accomplishments. I weeded out 4 pages of this from the other thread: "Oooh. I hope my chip does that!"..."But is it Prime stable?"..."What's the default multiplier on that again?"...Where did you buy it?"..."Is it worth it?"

    The point of this thread is for all other discussions with regard to the overclocks in the "official" thread. A lot of forum members like to get straight to the point with the screenshots without having to sift through a mile of smileys and other posts.

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    yeah, good idea.

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    And btw, I like San Diego... so far on AIR, it rocks, it's fast as hell. If it's benchable at 3500mHz++ at -40C... it'll make FX 130nM obsolete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie
    And btw, I like San Diego... so far on AIR, it rocks, it's fast as hell. If it's benchable at 3500mHz++ at -40C... it'll make FX 130nM obsolete.

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    how high did you get it up to and still prime stable on air?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubescen
    how high did you get it up to and still prime stable on air?
    I don't do Prime, I "bench"... 400m sprinters don't run marathons.
    FWIW, I can "loop" 3D at 2860mHz...

    btw, nice fish, you keep aquariums? Aulonocara there?

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    Last edited by charlie; 05-03-2005 at 10:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie
    I don't do Prime, I "bench"... 400m sprinters don't run marathons.
    FWIW, I can "loop" 3D at 2860mHz...

    btw, nice fish, you keep aquariums? Aulonocara there?

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    nice....is there any reason why you chose the 4000 over the 3700? I'm still waiting for my 3700 and toying with the idea of getting the 4000 instead, this wait is killing me!


    yup, I have a 55 Gal African Cichlid tank in the dining room packed with Aulonocara Rubescen and Maleri, have some other haps and mbuna to keep them company. I've been line-breeding the Rubescen and Demasoni(mbuna) for about 3 years....this project is going to take forever! though these little buggers keep me sane and they're fun to watch.

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    all 4000+ have a 0515 SPMW core stepping?
    I love XS

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNav89GT
    this shot is for Bacchus
    j/k but nice to run SuperPi 32M 1:1 memory super tight timings w/Redline 4000 @3.5V, Diego is about 3-5C lower on evap temps compared to my older 4000+ core running same speeds, but of course Diego taking ALOT less voltage at 1.535 vs 1.83 v
    32M@3.18GHz with a mach I and 1.53v???
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNav89GT
    this shot is for Bacchus
    j/k but nice to run SuperPi 32M 1:1 memory super tight timings w/Redline 4000 @3.5V, Diego is about 3-5C lower on evap temps compared to my older 4000+ core running same speeds, but of course Diego taking ALOT less voltage at 1.535 vs 1.83 v

    regarding this post - http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...7&postcount=18
    Damn... Hat down, sir Finally, it wasn't that hard was it ? Thanks a lot, John!
    Doing 32M on modded mach @ almost 3.2GHz is what I was looking for! Calculation time could have been surely better (more tweaking and all), but hell, this chip looks good. Still tad expensive, though

    Good work John, keep pushing this baby
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    I have the same time at 3087MHz with 12x257
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    Can you guys post what you are using to cool?
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    Got mine from Monarch yesturday, but only had an opportunity to install it today.

    So far @ 1.58v 312x9 = 2808mhz using XP120. I ran prime for about 30min without issues so apears to be 100% but have only spent an hour or so with it. I get memory errors at 313 and above and not sure if its the controller or memory settings so I'll have to spend more time with it tomorrow. Sorry but can't upload pics atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpulloverclock
    I have the same time at 3087MHz with 12x257
    That's true... With good tweaking this should have been below 23:00, but I don't think that it was John's purpose to get THE best time... I still like that screenie VERY much
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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym
    That's true... With good tweaking this should have been below 23:00, but I don't think that it was John's purpose to get THE best time... I still like that screenie VERY much
    yep, under 23 at 3130MHz
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    Is it too early to say these 4000+ SDs are looking pretty damn good? Even low voltage air cooling results are terrific. Looks as though water should take most to 3ghz and single stage phase another 200mhz+. Seems like a good idea to pick up the 4000+ while it reigns as the fastest 90nm process chip. One the next FX debuts I'm thinking the 4000+ results are sure to slide down a bit.
    Edit: Whoops just saw the new official San Diego BS ( I mean "dicussion") thread right after I posted this. Weed this out with the rest. Apologies tendered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamit
    Is it too early to say these 4000+ SDs are looking pretty damn good? Even low voltage air cooling results are terrific. Looks as though water should take most to 3ghz and single stage phase another 200mhz+. Seems like a good idea to pick up the 4000+ while it reigns as the fastest 90nm process chip. One the next FX debuts I'm thinking the 4000+ results are sure to slide down a bit.
    Edit: Whoops just saw the new official San Diego BS ( I mean "dicussion") thread right after I posted this. Weed this out with the rest. Apologies tendered.
    Nope, not too early. And it's a great chip to hold over until FX57.

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    differce?

    Someonewant to tell me the difence between the vinince and the San Diego?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsus_Freak
    Someonewant to tell me the difence between the vinince and the San Diego?
    SD: 1MB Cache
    Venice: 512k Cache

    Otherwise both are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perkam
    SD: 1MB Cache
    Venice: 512k Cache

    Otherwise both are the same.

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    Yeah, and that extra cache makes a big dif. In my X800XL competition, the guy above me is packing a 3113mHz Winny, running at like 330HTT, my little old SD at 2880 spanks it in Lobby and nearly matches it in Car Hi...

    In fact, I even get a feeling that it is faster clock for clock than an FX55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie
    Yeah, and that extra cache makes a big dif. In my X800XL competition, the guy above me is packing a 3113mHz Winny, running at like 330HTT, my little old SD at 2880 spanks it in Lobby and nearly matches it in Car Hi...

    In fact, I even get a feeling that it is faster clock for clock than an FX55.

    C
    Havent you said that somewhere else too ???? lol

    But yes SD > Venice cos of cache....me gets bored after a while of regurgitating the same info 10x times

    Anyhoo, would love to see an FX-53 go up against a 3700+...that'd be...interesting.

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    Wow, gotta love cache. I would kill to see a 2 meg AMD64. How is the pricing compaired to the vince?

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