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Old 22nd October 2004, 20:48   #1
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Default P4 E 2.8 ghz oc'ing

oke i am buying some new ram" if everything goes well" this weekend
specs=> ocz 3700+ gold rev3



so if my wc is on wednesday i am going to oc my system as high as possible

but i wanne to ask some questions about some things.
- what is the max for an 2.8 prescott wc cooled
- max volt on the ram
- best timings for the ram

mobo 865G neo2-pls
ram options: 266, 333, 400, 433, 450, 466, 500, 532, 501(4:5), 503(3:4)


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Old 22nd October 2004, 21:05   #2
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http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=get...&articID=22 9
what do i find here
yeah, but al the timings
just give me an example
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Old 22nd October 2004, 23:23   #3
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those are those new ones with hynix chips i think...

nwyas, I'd say set your timings to 3-4-4-8 and see how high you can get. then work your way down on the timings untill you find a good compromise. but remember, p4's prefer bandwith over timings. if you max out your ram before you max out your cpu, change the divider.

I have very little experience with p4 overclocking though, maybe ask gamer or someone else. they'll probably be able to help you out much better
 
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TCCD chips from Samsung to be correct
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Old 23rd October 2004, 21:36   #5
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about the max vcore?
is that 1.7 like an northwood

ps: tomorrow i'll have the ocz
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something like that.
for benching, you can go higher, not for 24/7.

and timings DO matter, higher = lower performace.
go for 2.5-3-3-7 with that ram 1:1
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I didn't say it didn't matter, I said that if you have to choose between pure mhz or timings, mhz is the better choice on a P4, generally speaking anyway, offcourse, there will be a point where the diminishing returns become to great.

but in the end, you'll only know if you test what works best for you.

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3700gold rev3 uses Hynix DTD5
3200Plat rev2 uses TCCD
3700Plat EL uses TCCD

hope this settles what we are using
 
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thanks,

i'll try it tomorrow =>result will follow
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Make sure you cool your mosfets proper.
 
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results ?
or something went wrong ?
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