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Topic Title: Overclocking and hypertransport
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Created On: 07/07/2006 02:57 PM
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 07/07/2006 02:57 PM
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ganstafm
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I was wondering i have my computer overclocked at 2.75ghz (250*11) and while i was trying to get it higher to about 2.8-2.9 i found it went slower is this becasuse i lower the ht to 3 so hypertransport wasnt as big or is it another reason all together?


Ps: should i go even higher on the overclocking or stay put.

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 07/07/2006 03:19 PM
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Andy-M
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What was your CPU temperature like at the time?
& what were your memory setting?

FYI your CPU will benifit from quality memory if you are using a "no name" brand

Also, your PSU seems a little small. Please post details of your PSU as it could also be responsible.

One final note, your question may have got a quicker response if it were in the Athlon64 troubleshooting forum

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 07/07/2006 03:36 PM
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My temps are at 34 idle and 45 on full load
Im going to a 1 gb stick to go with my hyndai 256 and both will be at pc3200 so ram is ok
My psu though is 350w from icute dont know who they are but it came with the case
At the moment my 12v is at 11.9v my 5v at 4.92 and 3.3 at 3.36

soz about double post but ty ill put an other problems in troubleshooting

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