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    Resident 100HP water-cannon operator SXRguyinMA's Avatar
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    rock solid @ 3.4



    cant seem to get it any higher. I set the FSB to 250 to get 3.5, and kept getting BSOD. do u remember what your voltage was? I'm @ 1.3675 IIRC. maybe I'll go one notch at a time on the FSB and try it

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    Hahaha, my C2D doesn't even reach 2GHz stock.

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    well I swapped out my old d820 for a used d930 from Datech, its 3 stock, running @ 3.75 rock solid right now

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=970453


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    Quote Originally Posted by SXRguyinMA View Post
    cant seem to get it any higher. I set the FSB to 250 to get 3.5, and kept getting BSOD. do u remember what your voltage was? I'm @ 1.3675 IIRC. maybe I'll go one notch at a time on the FSB and try it
    TBH, I cant really recall what I did beyond that screen shot. That was in my first serious build, Karma, which ended up sold before completion.

    I'll see if I can find more info on that for you.. I know that cooler on there was incredible.. that cpu hardly even got warm to the touch!

    \m/ d(-_-)b \m/

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    yea the 930 I'm running now is running cooler @ idle and under load than the 820 did, and its @ 3.75 rock solid. I cant go anything over or it wont boot or will partially boot then reboot or BSOD, so I think this is the limit for it

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    i've got my C2Q from 2.6 to 3.2 stable on air, I'm sure I've heard of people getting the C2Q 8400 over 4GHz,

    If thats true i might invest in a better cooler and try to get that last 800MHz per core out, but I'm already running at a FSB of 399! on a P45 not sure how much further it can go!


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    575 or so.
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    I run 4.0 in daily life. BUT, I haven't been able to break that yet.
    My name is Mark Hardware, and I approved this message.

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    Do I get in?


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    Default Re: TBCS 4Ghz Club

    Damn, I've got my 775 3.4ghz p4 at 3.8 with some crappy cooling. I should be able to push it above 4ghz with some better cooling!

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