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Old 17th November 2006, 12:30   #1
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This chip is really nice, I've clocked up to 430FSB but the P5w DH is the only thing really holding it back. I have to drop the memoy to 533MHz ovee.

I have the Gigabyte 965P DS3 though so I should get better clocks with that platform. Still this isn't bad considering she's running at 1.29V Vcore
 
Old 17th November 2006, 13:46   #2
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you got a nice X6800 surpassing chip there
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I hope you are lucky with the DS3 board. I've seen some mixed reports on that one.

A vmch mod on the ASUS could give you some more headroom on the FSB though...

Very nice chip indeed
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Rock stable?
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Rock stable?
yes but the memory is really low so I don't consider the NB stable but yes the chip itself is stable.
 
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Nice chip then. This chip might hit 3,8GHz no problem without any other parts limiting your overclock.
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Peeps asked me to run Orthos and I found another program I likey does anyone know if these are the latest versions of each?
 
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Never heard of nuclearus to be honest. I'll try it too.

stress prime (SP2004) is single core version of Orthos, latest version (from april) here : http://sp2004.fre3.com/beta/beta2.htm
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