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These days you dont need to overclock. I haven't seen SpeedStep or Cool'n'Quiet making CPUs any more crash-prone than without them, even with overclocking. Bus Clock: 200 megahertz BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. However 3.0GHz isn't too outrageous for a Q6600, they were exceptionally good overclockers.That said you shouldn't get too worked up about it until you are certain that you even have the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2065657/overclocking.html
Auto is at 1.350v. It details specs and has nice pictures of the case. It looks like it will fit just fine (I'll measure for sure tomorrow) and it's a bit cheaper.
I also left my computer on 24/7 running WCG work units, so CPU usage was pegged at 100% all the time. Is that also because it has no L3 cache? Case: Corsair 900DMotherboard: EVGA Z170 Classified E179CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K 4.6GHzRAM: 16GB Corsair DDR4 2133 16-15-15-36GPU: EVGA GTX 1070 FTW DT SLIPSU: EVGA 1000w G2SSD:Samsung 512GB 950 Pro NVME M.2OS: Forgot your Username?
because you can still play with the CPU\NB to maximise the response from the CPU. It is a certainty that raising your Vcore and FSB will increase the heat output of your CPU, and if you don't manage the extra heat, it will most certainly affect If it's DDR2 266, changing the FSB without adjusting the divider will result in overclocking your RAM and will lead to your computer not POSTing or BSOD's. useful source Reply With Quote 22-01-201307:24 AM #2 Xander8807 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Senior Member Join Date Nov 2012 Location Moreleta Park,
solved A little help for overclocking. http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/overclocking-tweaking-benchmarking/45727-need-little-help-overclocking.html But what scares me about the8450 is I've heard it struggles to get 60 FPS in the newer titles. Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password?
Lastly, those temperatures are with the processor already overclocked to 3.8GHz and 1.475 volts. Attached Images Reply With Quote 23-01-201312:12 PM #4 Xander8807 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Senior Member Join Date Nov 2012 I originally had it at 3.2GHz, but settled at 3.05GHz for 24/7 usage. Here's my specs: Video Card: EVGA Nvidia GTX 650CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4 GHz 2394 MHz3.25 GB DDR3 RamMy motherboard is the one that comes in the Dell Precision
Any help or suggestions would be great. P1.50 07/08/2011 Memory: 6144 Megabytes Usable Installed Memory PSU: 700 watts My System Specs OS Windows 8.1 64Bit CPU FX-6300 (OC'd to 4.4ghz) Motherboard M5A97 REV 3.0 Memory 8gb 4x2 Vengance So why bother with overclocking if you are not gonna use it to optimize performance all the time? With the TX3, you get those stupid push pins.
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I've thought about unlocking the fourth core and then lowering the clock speed to see if it helps, but it still runs really hot and has stuttering in games. If you are lucky and you do (which I doubt), then you need to consider better cooling that what you have now. http://www.techspot.com/review/577-borderlands-2-performance/page6.htmlMy main FX8350 runs everything fine to date GTA 5, Fallout 4, JC3, SR4, Doom, The Division, BF1. #8 Octane-Reaper View Profile View Posts 14 Jan @ 7:34am I was thinking Start there..
I also get a lot of stutter when I try to run Skyrim. edit: see this thread for info on the OC capable asrock boards. techgeekMar 15, 2014, 7:56 PM I'm not saying for sure that it won't, just it's unlikely. And I was also scared to get the FX-8350 because AMD has a new line of processors coming out in couple months.
Not in CPU-Z, CoreTemp, AMD Overdrive, or the Task Manager. But I didn't see anything in there about the speed stepping. I doubt I'm shortening the life of the CPU in anyway I'll ever see as the thing will be obsolete long before it dies. DDR2 333 or higher is what you want.
While posts may contain advice and suggestions to perform actions, you must understand that overclocking has all the potential to be a destructive process with irreversible results. Remember that on Phenom II CPU's in order to get maximum performance from overclocking you also need to overclock the CPUNB (most people only overclock the CPU but forget about the I'm not going into the BIOS to overclock, I'm just going to use the mod here: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/385435/cooling-and-case-modding/intel-q6600-mod-simple-enough-for-idiots/I was wondering if that would work and put me up to 3.0 GHz, I bvsbutthd101 Overclocking, Tweaking and Benchmarking 14 September 15, 2010 06:50 AM i7-860 Overclocking anthonee1230 Overclocking, Tweaking and Benchmarking 6 November 28, 2009 06:09 AM Overclocking HELP please Crysisfan11 Overclocking, Tweaking and
You'll just want to be sure that your case will accommodate the height of the cooler. I have a another question as well. CPUNB - the NB that is in the CPU (memory controller), the safe voltage is somewhere up to 1.3V but I run it around 1.25V for 2600MHz. I have run the autoclock program and it ramped my system to 3.2.
EVGA Software Drivers and BIOS Power Meter Product Manuals Product Specs CPU and Memory Support EVGA FAQ SUPPORT Product Registration Invoice Upload Support Tickets Guest RMA EVGA RMA Open RMAs Order And sadly, the 4th core doesn't show anywhere. Jan 25, 2008 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. but if you do unlock and it is stable at stock then add oc after testing 4 cores at 3.5ghz is better than [email protected] if you cant get that high on
I have made it to 3.8Ghz on 1.88 V and CPU VTT to +200mv at 160 /x 24 / 1600 . My 3dmark11 score was brought me up from below normal to a normal score for simuliar setups, and the system seemed much faster. Performance & Maintenance Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums Just clink Link to Register >My Affiliate Code:VTJPDC4OMB 1)965 V-8E758(77)580 AX1200 2)980 NH-U12P-SE E761(77)2(980) AX1200 3)980X H-70E770 (77)2(590) AX1200 4)980X H-70 E762(77)2(580) AX12005)920 EVGA Super Cooler E756(82)590HX10006)680I 2(560-ti) HX1000W #4 zombiewarpig
Though I guess if I got the 8350 I wouldn't have to get a new motherboard. But When I unlock the 4th core it bumps up to 45 C at idle and I'm sure it's throttling when it's trying to run a game. lol Besides with the speedstep enabled I see a noticable slow down when surfing.
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