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The Official AMD Overclock Database - Post your results!

lemonlimelemonlime Canada
edited May 2011 in PC Building
[CENTER]The Official Short-Media AMD Overclocking Database[/CENTER]

Welcome to the 'Official' Short-Media AMD Overclock database thread. This thread aims to centralize the overclocking results currently scattered around the forum.

To get included in the database, simply post your highest stable CPU clock. Memory overclocks are irrelevant for the purposes of this database. The higher the CPU overclock, the higher you'll be in the rankings. Please see the below requirements for details.

Requirements for entry:
  • List of system specifications (See post #2 below for an example)
  • Screenshot containing all of the following: (See post #2 below for an example)
CPU-Z 1.31 or later displaying clock AND memory frequency
A64 Tweaker 0.60 displaying all memory timings (for A64/Opteron only)
One of the following stability tests: Prime95 small FFT testing for minimum 1 hour, Superpi 32M test completed, SP2004 test run for minimum 1 hour or the F@H console displayed with 1 hour of successful WU processing :fold: . Dual core submissions must display two instances of one of the mentioned stability tests to be considered.


Optional (but recommended display items): Other Rules and Notes: Please do not post anything in this thread other than database submissions. Please start a new thread in the Performance Tweaking section if you'd like to discuss anything OC related. I'll be watching this thread and updating the master list as new entries appear. If I missed your entry for whatever reason, please PM me. Please refrain from using external image hosting--upload your screenshot as an attachment and do not use the IMG tags to display it full-size. This will help to keep the thread looking clean, and unstretched.

[CENTER]Socket AM2 Dual Core
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Socket 939 Dual Core
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[*]lemonlime - 3003MHz - AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Manchester) - DFI NF4 Ultra-D - 1.45V - Phase Change
[*]csimon - 2892MHz - AMD Opteron 165 (Toledo) - Abit AT8-32X- 1.55V - Watercooling
[*]mas0n - 2808MHz - AMD Opteron 165 (Toledo) - DFI LAN Party UT CFX3200 - 1.36V - Aircooling
[*]mirage - 2800MHz - AMD Opteron 165 (Toledo) - Asrock 939Dual-VSTA - 1.36V - Aircooling
[*]castellman - 2700MHz - AMD Opteron 170 (Toledo) - MSI Neo4 Ultra - 1.30V - Aircooling
[*]synaptix - 2691MHz - AMD Opteron 165 (Toledo) - ASUS A8V Deluxe Rev. 2 - 1.45V - Aircooling
[*]csimon - 2687MHz - AMD Opteron 170 (Denmark/Toledo) - Asus A8R-MVP - 1.475V - Aircooling
[*]mirage - 2600MHz - AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (Machester) - Asrock 939Dual-VSTA - 1.500V - Aircooling
[*]muddocktor - 2547MHz - AMD Opteron 170 (Toledo) - EPoX EP-9NDA3+ - 1.544V - Aircooling
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Socket 939 Single Core

[LIST=1]
[*]Deamon32 - 3008MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (San Diego) - Asus A8N-E - 1.52V - Aircooling
[*]lemonlime - 3003MHz - AMD Opteron 148 (San Diego) - DFI NF4 - 1.36V - Phase Change
[*]Wh1te3rp - 2960MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (San Diego) - Asus A8N-SLI deluxe - 1.48V - Aircooling
[*]sirhazo - 2920MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (San Diego) - Asus A8N-E - 1.54V - Aircooling
[*]howlinmadmurphey - 2860MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3500+ (Venice) - Asus A8V - 1.53V - Aircooling
[*]Hasse - 2809MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (San Diego) - ASRock 939 Dual VSTA - 1.40V - Aircooling
[*]hisn00bness - 2724MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (Venice) - Asus A8N-SLI - 1.57V - Aircooling
[*]kefarto - 2703MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3000+ (Venice) - Gigabyte GA-K8N-SLI - 1.68V - Aircooling
[*]V|P - 2700MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3500+ (Venice) - ASUS A8V-E - 1.5V - Aircooling
[*]Mad_Phoenix - 2510MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3200+ (Venice) - Gigabyte GA-K8NF - 1.42V - Aircooling
[*]GrayFox - 2419MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3500+ (Newcastle) - Asus A8V Deluxe - 1.55V - Aircooling
[*]lotherius - 2403MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3400+ (Newcastle) - Asus A8V Deluxe - 1.53V - Aircooling
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Socket 754
[LIST=1]
[*]bobby6k34 - 2704MHz - AMD Athlon 64 3000+ (Clawhammer) - MSI K8n Neo3 - 1.55V - Aircooling
[*]muddocktor - 2628MHz - AMD Mobile Athlon 64 3000+ (Clawhammer) - DFI Lanparty NF3 250 Gb - 1.70V - Aircooling
[*]nonstop301 - 2360MHz - AMD Sempron 64 2600+ (Palermo Core) - ASUS K8N (NF3 250) - 1.40V - Aircooling
[/list]

Socket 940 (Reg. DDR)
[LIST=1]
[*]Donut - 2283MHz - 2x AMD Opteron 242 (Sledgehammer CG) - Asus K8N-DL - 1.50V - Aircooling
[/LIST]
Socket 462 (Socket A)
[LIST=1]
[*]isiea268 - 2647MHz - AMD Athlon XP-M 2600+ (Barton) - Abit NF7-S 2.0 - 1.95V - Aircooling
[*]mirage - 2400MHz - AMD Athlon XP-M 2500+ (Barton) - MSI K7N2-Delta2 LSR - 1.73V - Aircooling
[*]Gargoyle - 2340MHz - AMD Athlon XP 2500+ (Barton) - Asus A7N8X Deluxe - 1.85V - Water Cooling



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Other
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Comments

  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada
    edited Apr 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron 148 (Socket 939, San Diego Core)
    CPU Stepping: CABYE 0543FPMW (optional)
    Mainboard: DFI NF4 Ultra-D
    Memory: 4x512MB OCZ Platinum PC3200 Rev.2 (TCCD)
    Memory Timings: 2-2-2-5-2T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 200MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 3003MHz
    Vcore: 1.36V (Default)
    Cooling: Unmodified Vapochill LS (Phase Change)
    PSU: PC Power and Cooling 510 Express
    Other Notes: Please feel free to enter anything you like here. You can list any additional information that you feel is relevant. If you attach any other images etc, please provide some commentary on them here.

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=90310
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  • GargoyleGargoyle Illinois Icrontian
    edited May 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 2500+ (Socket A, Barton Core)
    Mainboard: ASUS A7N8X Deluxe
    Memory: 1x256MB Patriot PC3200
    Memory Timings: CAS 3
    Memory Clockspeed: 180MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2340MHz
    Vcore: 1.85V
    Cooling: Swiftech Waterblock, 120mm Danger Den Radiator, Ehiem 1048 Pump
    PSU: Antec 300W
    Other Notes: This is SM11, folding as Icrontic_11. I've been its host for most of the time since October 2002, and it features a performance parts upgrade from muddocktor to match the watercooling system I installed a few months back.

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=91440
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  • edited May 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (Socket 939, San Diego Core EH-4)
    Mainboard: Asus A8N-E
    Memory: 2x1024MB OCZ Platinum PC3200 Rev.2
    Memory Timings: 2.5-3-2-5-1T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 215MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 3008MHz
    Vcore: 1.52V
    Cooling: Unmodded Zalman CNPS7700Aluminum/Copper 120mm
    46C Load Temp
    PSU: Enermax Liberty 400w

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=92237
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  • edited Jun 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3000+
    Mainboard: Gigabyte GA-K8N-SLI
    RAM: 2x512MB Team PC3200 DDR400
    Memory Timings: 2.5-4-4-8-T2 (I think, they don't look too good)
    Memory Clockspeed: 193.1 Mhz (According to CPU-Z, BIOS says 199 Mhz)
    CPU Clockspeed: 2702.8 Mhz (Original 1.8 Ghz)
    Vcore: 1.680v
    Cooling: AMD Stock Cooling (Locked on max speed)
    PSU: Thermaltake 430W

    Prime95 results.txt included instead of a screenshot, as I have already run stability testing.
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  • GrayFoxGrayFox /dev/urandom
    edited Jul 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3500+
    Mainboard: Asus A8v Deluxe
    RAM: 2x512MB OCZ platinum REV2
    Memory Timings: 2-2-2-5
    Memory Clockspeed: 201.9
    CPU Clockspeed: 2419.9MHZ (2200 stock)
    Vcore: 1.55 (Cpu-z says 1.52)
    Cooling: Zalman 7000cu
    PSU: Antec Truepower 550W

    Edit: Had to lower the multiplyer from 11X to 10X becuase the cpu would fail prime 95 if I clocked higher then 2.45ghz.
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  • edited Jul 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon XP-M 2500+ 1.8GHz@133.3 FSB (Socket A, Barton Core)
    CPU Stepping: 0
    Mainboard: MSI K7N2-Delta2 LSR
    Memory: 2x512MB Nanya & Crucial PC3200 (Dual Channel)
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-8-2T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 200MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2400MHz (200x12)
    Vcore: 1.75V
    Cooling: Thermaltake Silent Boost
    PSU: CoolerMaster 430W

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=106058

    I built this computer for my son about one year ago. The graphics card is Leadtek GF6800LE unlocked and overclocked to 12/6 pipes and 450/900 MHz Core/Memory frequency.
  • DonutDonut Maine
    edited Jul 2006
    CPU: 2- AMD Opteron 242 (socket 940, sledgehammer core, CG)
    Mainboard: Asus K8N-DL
    Memory: 6-512mb pc3200 Micron ECC
    Timings: Stock
    Memory clock: 190
    Cpu clock: 2282.5 (8*285.3)
    Vcore: 1.5v (default)
    Cooling: 2 Scythe Ninja
    Psu: Sparkle 550w (FSP550-60PLG)
    [ATTACH]20787[/ATTACH]

    Running F@H full time. 2 instances.
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  • V-PV-P State College, PA Member
    edited Jul 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon64 3500+ 2.7GHz (Socket 939, Venice Core)
    Mainboard: ASUS A8V-E
    Memory: 2x512MB Patriot Blue Signature Series (Not Dual Channel)
    Memory Timings: Default (can't remember, don't have time to check, coming soon though!)
    Memory Clockspeed: (coming soon!)
    CPU Clockspeed: 2700MHz
    Vcore: 1.5V
    Cooler: Zalman ALCu
    PSU: Thermaltake 430W
  • edited Sep 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron 170
    Stepping CCBWE 0541 RPMW
    Mainboard: EPoX EP-9NDA3+
    RAM: 2x1 GB Mushkin Redline XP4000
    Memory Timings: 3-3-2-8
    Memory Clockspeed: 254.7 Mhz, 1T command rate
    CPU Clockspeed: 2546.85 Mhz (Original 2.0 Ghz)
    Vcore: 1.544v
    Cooling: Thermalright SI-120 with a Delta 120 X 76mm GFB beast; 38 C with 2 clients folding :D
    PSU: Antec TrueControl 550
    CPU-Z validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=118469
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  • edited Sep 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Desktop Replacement (DTR mobile Clawhammer socket 754), original clockspeed 1.8 GHz
    Stepping CG
    Mainboard: DFI Lanparty NF3 250 Gb
    RAM: 1 X 512 MB OCZ PC3200 Value Winbond (UTT)
    Memory Timings: 2-2-2-10, 1T command rate
    Memory Clockspeed: 219 Mhz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2628 Mhz (Original 2.0 Ghz)
    Vcore: 1.70v
    Cooling: Thermalright XP90 with a 92mm Panaflo M1BX, 46 C with 1 client folding
    PSU: Antec TrueControl 550
    CPU-Z validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=118533
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  • edited Sep 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64-X2 3800+ 2.0GHz@200 FSB (Socket 939, Manchester Core)
    CPU Stepping: BH-E4
    Mainboard: Asrock 939Dual-VSTA with vcore mod
    Memory: 2x512MB Kingston Hyperx + 2x512 Crucial Ballistix (2GB Dual Channel)
    Memory Timings: 2.5-3-3-7-2T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 216.6 MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2600MHz (260x10)
    Vcore: 1.5V
    Cooling: TT Big Typhoon
    PSU: HiPro True 400W Active PFC

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=124028

    The vcore voltage in CPUZ is the VID setting but actual voltage is 1.5 volt with the vcore mod.
  • csimoncsimon Acadiana Icrontian
    edited Sep 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron 170
    Stepping CCBWE 0551 UPMW
    Mainboard: Asus A8R-MVP
    RAM: 2x1 GB Mushkin Redline XP4000
    Memory Timings: 3-3-2-8
    Memory Clockspeed: 244.3 Mhz, 2T command rate
    CPU Clockspeed: 2687.47 Mhz (Original 2.0 Ghz)
    Vcore: 1.475v
    Cooling: Watercooled Apogee-PA160-D5
    PSU: SuperFlower 550C
    CPU-Z validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=124122

    edit:\ umm ... that would be watercooling lemonhead!:wink:
  • ins4n17yins4n17y Cabanatuan City, Philippines Icrontian
    edited Oct 2006
    CPU: AMD AthlonXP-M (Barton) AXMG2600FQQ4C-T074432H40340-IQYHA0434DPMW
    Cst: IQYHA
    MNB: ABiT NF7-S 2.0 Deluxe, nVidia nForce2+MCP w/ Soundstorm
    RAM: 2x512 BL6464Z505 CRUCiAL- BALLiSTiX PC4000 DDR 2.5-4-4-8
    Mlt: CAS2-TRCD2-TRP2-TRAS2-1TCOMMAND (2-2-2-2-1T)
    FSB: 211.8MHz
    Cck: 2647.66MHz
    Vcr: 1.950Vcore
    FAN: Custom modded Thermaltake Extreme Volcano 12 (AiR)
    PSU: Thermaltake PurePower Series TR2-550W

    Other Notes: CPU idle: 39.50C, load:52.00C. CPU & Mainboard are known to be legendary.....CPU is the AXMG (cream of the crop) "Godlike" stepping with IQYHA & the ABiT NF7-S 2.0 was next kin to the AOpen AK79D-400Max as the two most hailed enthusiast products for nForce2 and K7 systems. (The DFI Lanparty NFII Ultra & ASUS A7V8X-E Deluxe was also among them) The RAM tho I switched them with Crucials for lower timings 2-2-2-2-1T all the way! (I'll put in the BH-5's back in later) product id: "BL6464Z505", and I added more fans in my computer to have the temp down to 39.50C on AIR COOLING! (even at 2.6GHz) my machine is loud tho.....(o... and why did the font shrink upon my overclock this time in super-pi??? idk) anyways i'll keep this post 4ever before I go too crazy. peace out....isi.

    CPU-Z Validation link here: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=127870
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  • edited Oct 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon64 3700+ @2.8GHz (Socket 939, San Diego Core)
    Mainboard: ASRock 939 Dual VSTA
    Memory: 2x512MB and 1x1GB in single channel
    Memory Timings: Auto
    Memory Clockspeed: 400MHz memory check validation for speeds
    CPU Clockspeed: 2800MHz
    Vcore: 1.4V as the mobo doesn`t go higher
    Cooler: Zalman CNPS9500
    PSU: Generic 350W crappo next on the update list
    Other:had to modify the plastic bracket a bit my drill and a couple of washers to fit the cooler with the nipples that came with the sink as it would have not fit otherwise. The only real overclock option on this card is to change the bus speed freq as the board doesn`t allow you to do any vcore mods or change the multiplier, have no idea what my temp is if I stress it since the mobo didn`t come with any additional software at all but it´s working and that´s good enough for me.

    CPU-Z Validation:http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=131604


    as you see on the cpu-z in the bmp I have a slightly higher speed on that as I found it stable @ 2865 aswell after I got the latest bios downloaded I have not gotten this validated since I thought it was unnecessary, this mb will probably clock higher if I got some active cooling for the sb and nb but I´m happy with FX57 speed for 3700+ money
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  • edited Oct 2006
    Hi , thought i would post my overclocked results.

    CPU : AMD Athlon 64 3200+ (*1)
    CPU Arch : 1 Cores - 1 Threads
    CPU PSN : AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3200+
    CPU EXT : MMX (+) 3DNow! (+) SSE SSE2 SSE3 x86-64
    CPU Cache : L1 : 64/64 KB - L2 : 512 KB
    Core : Venice (90 nm) / Revision : DH-E6
    CPUID : F.F.2 / Extended : F.2F
    Freq : 2510.14 MHz (251.01 * 10)
    ----------------------------------
    MB Brand : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd.
    MB Model : GA-K8NF-9
    NB : nVidia nForce4 rev A3
    SB : nVidia nForce4 MCP rev A3
    ----------------------------------
    RAM Size : 1024 MB
    RAM Freq : 228.2 MHz
    RAM Type : DDR-SDRAM Single Channel
    RAM Ratio : CPU/11
    RAM Timings : 3-3-3-8
    ----------------------------------
    Slot 1 : 1024MB (PC3200)
    Slot 1 Manufacturer : Kingston
    CPU Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=132567
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  • edited Oct 2006
    CPU: AMD 3500 (Socket 939, Venice Core)
    Mainboard: Asus A8V
    Memory: 2x 1GB Gskill PC4000
    Memory Timings: 2.5-3-3-7-1T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 260MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2860MHz
    Vcore: 1.525V
    Cooling: Thermaltake SonicTower (1 Silverstone 120mm)
    PSU: Ultra Xconnect 550W PSU
    Other Notes: Full load temp 44C according to Asus Probe ha.
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  • edited Nov 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron-165 1.8GHz@200 FSB (Socket 939, Denmark Core)
    CPU Stepping: CCBBE 0615DPMW
    Mainboard: Asrock 939Dual-VSTA
    Memory: 2x1024Crucial Ballistix (2GB Dual Channel)
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-7-2T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 254 MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2800MHz (311x9)
    Vcore: 1.35V
    Cooling: TT Big Typhoon
    PSU: HiPro True 400W Active PFC

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=134689
  • synaptixsynaptix Alabama
    edited Nov 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron 165 (1.8GHz@200HTT; Toledo core)
    CPU Stepping: CCBBE 0617FPMW
    Mainboard: ASUS A8V Deluxe Rev. 2 (AGP)
    Memory: Kingston ValueRAM 2x512MB DDR400
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-7-1T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 192 MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2691 MHz (299*9)
    Vcore: 1.45v
    Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper6 w/2x 80mm fans (Aircooling)
    PSU: Antec SmartPower SP-500

    Other notes:
    Don't pay any attention to the Vcore reading in CPU-z, all of the new versions have problems reading voltages and such on my board. I have included my MBM5 dashboard in the screenshot for this reason. My motherboard seems to be the limiting factor here. I can get it to 2.7GHz no problem, but only with serious stability issues in Windows. Hopefully I will be switching to DFI soon, and should be able to break past the 2.7Ghz barrier (I'll be shooting for at least 334*9 = 3006 MHz).
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  • edited Nov 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron 170 (10x200 Socket 939, Toledo)
    CPU Stepping: ?
    Mainboard: Msi neo4 Ultra
    Memory: 4x512MB Corsair cmx512-3200c2
    Memory Timings: 3-4-4-8-2T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 270MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2700MHz
    Vcore: 1.3V (Default)
    Cooling: Freezer 64 pro
    PSU: ocz powerstream 520sli
    Other: Fails at 280 and for some reason wont run on a ram divider.

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=136837

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  • edited Nov 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon64 3400+ (Socket 939, NewCastle Core)
    CPU Stepping: Stepping 0, Revision DH7-CG
    Mainboard: Asus A8V Deluxe
    Memory: 2x1GB Patriot PC4000
    Memory Timings: 2.5-4-4-7-1T
    Memory Clockspeed: 218.5MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2403MHz
    Vcore: 1.53V (Default)
    Cooling: Thermaltake Venus 12 (Air)
    PSU: Antec True430
    Other Notes: Yes, it's a 3400, yes it is on socket 939. Ghostchip - that is, not promoted or listed in official literature, but it exists. Locked to a max of 4x hypertransport, otherwise identical to a newcastle 3500+. It seems to me that these revision newcastles don't overclock well. If I go to 2450, it runs, but is unstable. Anything higher and it bluescreens. Test conditions, idle temp 28c, load temp 42c.

    CPU-Z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=138511
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  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada
    edited Nov 2006
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Socket 939, Manchester Core)
    CPU Stepping: CDBHE 0607TPMW
    Mainboard: DFI LP NF4 Ultra-D
    Memory: 4x512MB OCZ Platinum EL PC3200 (TCCD)
    Memory Timings: 2-2-2-5-2T
    Memory Clockspeed: 200MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 3003MHz
    Vcore: 1.45V
    Cooling: Asetek Vapochill LS (Phase-Change)
    PSU: PCP&C 510 Express
    Other Notes: This is my 24/7 config. Chip will do 3.1GHz, but requires a fair bit more voltage. This stepping is cold bug free.

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=138635
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  • csimoncsimon Acadiana Icrontian
    edited Nov 2006
    CPU: AMD Opteron 165 (Socket 939, Toledo Core)
    CPU Stepping: CCBBE 0615EPMW
    Mobo: Abit AT8-32X
    Mem: 2x1024MB Mushkin Redline 4000XP
    Mem Timings: 3-3-2-8-1T
    Mem Clockspeed: 256MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2808MHz
    Vcore: 1.40V
    Cooling: Apogee + PA160 + D5 & 1/2" Tubes w/ MCT-5 (Water)
    PSU: Super Flower 550W (TTIG)
    Notes: Still working my way up and temps are fine full load.
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  • nonstop301nonstop301 51° 27' 24.87" N // 0° 11' 38.91" W Member
    edited Dec 2006
    CPU: AMD Sempron64 2600+ (Socket 754, Palermo Core)
    CPU Stepping: 2 Revision: DH-E6
    Mainboard: ASUS K8N (NF3 250)
    Memory: 1x512MB Kingston ValueRAM PC3200
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-8-1T
    Memory Clockspeed: 236MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2360MHz
    Vcore: 1.40V
    Cooling: Air Cooling (AMD CPU Fan, 1xChassis Fan with 7V speed limiter)
    PSU: COLORSit 400W

    [ATTACH]22104[/ATTACH]

    A special thank you to lemonlime for his guide on overclocking on the Socket 754 platform. (It was a pleasant surprise that he used the same processor and memory that I have in his guide, so that made it all the more handy)

    A big thumbs up to csimon as well for all the additional advice he provided and for introducing me into the Short-Media Folding at Home team :thumbsup:
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  • csimoncsimon Acadiana Icrontian
    edited Dec 2006
    I lost the screenshot of the 1 hour orthos session but here is the cpu validation!

    CPU Stepping: CCBBE 0615EPMW
    Mobo: Abit AT8-32X
    Mem: 2x1024MB Mushkin Redline 4000XP
    Mem Timings: 3-3-3-8-1T
    Mem Clockspeed: 263MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2892MHz
    Vcore: 1.55V
    Cooling: Apogee + PA160 + D5 & 1/2" Tubes w/ MCT-5 (Water)
    PSU: Super Flower 550W (TTIG)
  • edited Feb 2007
    Hi guys I made a post about overclocking my CPU could anyone please advise what settings I should use? Got an Abit AN8 Ultra Fatal1ty board and 2gb of ram with a gigabyte cooler
  • edited Feb 2007
    CPU: AMD 64 3000+ (clawhammer 512kb L2)
    CPU Stepping: SH-CG
    Mainboard: MSI K8n Neo3
    Memory: 1x 1Gb Hynix DDR400
    Memory Timings: 2.5-3-3-7-2T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 225.12MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2704MHz
    Vcore: 1.55V (Default)
    Cooling: Zelman 9500 AM2
    PSU: Emermax Noisetaker 485W
    Other Notes:when OC.ing with the BIOSanything over 2500Mhz wont post but when you OC it on the fly she gets to 2.7Ghz dono why any ideas
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  • mas0nmas0n dallas Icrontian
    edited Feb 2007
    CPU: AMD Opteron 165
    CPU Stepping: CCBBE 0615EPMW
    Mainboard: DFI LAN Party UT CFX3200 DR/G with 7-28-2006 bios
    Memory: 2x1GB Patriot PDG2G3500LLK
    Memory Timings: 1T-2-3-2-8-12-2-2-2-2 (CPC-CAS-TRCD-TRAS-TRC-TRFC-TRRD-TWR-TWTR-TRWT)
    Memory Clockspeed: 216.0 MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2808MHz (312x9)
    Vcore: 1.36v
    HT Link:1248MHz
    Cooling: Zalman CNPS7000B-Cu
    PSU: Antec Neo HE 550
  • wh1te3arpwh1te3arp NICE
    edited Feb 2007
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (Socket 939, San Diego)
    Mainboard: Asus A8N-SLI de Luxe
    Memory: 2x512MB noname PC3200/400
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-6-2T
    Memory Clockspeed: 216MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 3028MHz
    Vcore: 1.42V
    Cooling: Thermaltake Silentboost
    42C Load Temp
    PSU: 400W noname

    Working fine without problems. I'push the FSB until 295 Mhz [3245Mhz],but the CPU became to hot by 52°C. For security reasons i'slow back to 3028Mhz. Another problem was the Power supply[PSU]. 400W is not enough for an overclocked SLI configuration.The fuse was jammed down after 2hrs
    playing Rainbow-Six with medium options. I'will replace the PSU by a Textorm 550W, and the Silentboost by a new: TITAN Cooler AMANDA K8 [see picture] It's expensive but it's still the best for this work.

    For the next overclock experience i'will use different Memory like single & double slide in Dual-channel

    For that reason i'got two brandnew:
    INFINEON [2x512mo PC 3200/400 SS=SingleSlide] and two other,
    HYNIX [2x512mo PC 3200/400 DD=DoubleSlide]

    to be continued...

    Tell me about you're experience with the AMD 3700+

    For questions: i'speak french & german too...
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  • edited Feb 2007
    CPU: AMD Athlon 3800+
    Mainboard: Asus A8n-SLI BIOS revision 1014
    Memory: 2x1GB KINGSTON PC3200U
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-8
    Memory Clockspeed: 227.0 MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2724.3 (227x12)
    Vcore: 1.52v-1.568
    HT Link:908.1Mhz
    Cooling: Zalman CNPS7000B-Cu
    PSU: 450W HighTech PSU Silent Big Fan PW-5770

    Cpu-Z Validation

    Screenie of passing SuperPi




    P.S.

    This is the first time I tried overclocking....
    I was expecting a better result; but neither upping the Vcore, Vdimm, or loosening timings managed to get a better stressstable result.
    I got all the way up to 2.85 GHZ, and the system appeared stable at first but it didn't pass SuperPI, I had to declock all the way down here.

    If anyone has any hints as to what I did wrong, I would love to learn from you.
  • wh1te3arpwh1te3arp NICE
    edited Feb 2007
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (Socket 939, San Diego Core DH-E6)
    Mainboard: Asus A8N-SLI deluxe
    Memory: 4x512mo DDR.PC3200(200Mhz)=2xInfineon[SS],2xHynix[SS]
    Memory Timings: 3-3-3-8-2T
    Memory Clockspeed: 211,4MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2960MHz
    Vcore: 1.48V
    Cooling: Thermaltake Silentboost 80mm +1xCoolermaster 80mm (on ram)
    GPU 2xMSI NX6600GT-TD o\c @6800GT +2xArcticCooling NV.Rev.2
    38C normal, 44C Load, 48C Burn, 46C-54C Game
    PSU: Advance ATX-520W-S

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Since my last post with an another clock result(3028Mhz) who wasn't able to
    get through the torture test like Prime95 or OCCT (hardware failure dedected after 42min of testing). Now, a much better result with new RAM - devices &
    new PSU (520w). I'choiced 4 sticks in singleslide version and run them down to 333mhz\211 Mhz(toCpu) who matched in harmony with the FSB & Bus speed. Now, it takes only seconds from the boot to the wellcomescreen and nothing is freezing after a while. The CPU seems freshly like a reborn. No problem with Prime95 or other tests (while testing i'completly forgot to close emule-download and bitdefender who was updating at the same time!!!). Prime was running in the blend version for 1hr - followed by occt for an another hour... finally come to end with SuperPi, who close these act after 33min. My opinion about this fantastic cpu; there are much more power reserves as it seems, but you must know the key to open the magic gate.

    (maximum push to 3333Mhz [58°C] with an aircooler, but crashed after 5min)

    to be continued... (with a watercooler or an Titan-Amanda K8)
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  • edited Mar 2007
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (Socket 939, San Diego Core)
    Mainboard: Asus A8N-E
    Memory: 2x512MB Crucial Ballistix DDR400/PC3200
    Memory Timings: 2,5-3-3-9-2T
    Memory Clockspeed: 265MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2920MHz
    Vcore: 1.54V
    Cooling: CoolerMaster Hyper 6, 2 x 80mm Fan @ ~900rpm
    PSU: AcBel Intelligent Power 400W
    GPU: PowerColor Radeon X1950XTX ( R580+ )

    ----------------------------------------------------------

    Edit: I just did this overclocking to test how far I can go. Normally the CPU runs with 250Mhz*11=2750Mhz @ 1,4V. As you can see on the screenshot I had to lower the HT-Multiplier from 5x to 4x, didn't even boot with 260Mhz and 5x HT-Mutliplier.
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  • AlphaTrinityAlphaTrinity North Wales, PA
    edited Jan 2008
    CPU: AMD Opteron 165 (Socket 939, Denmark Core)
    Mainboard: DFI LanParty UT NF4 SLI Expert
    Memory: 2x1GB Patriot PC4000
    Memory Timings: 3-4-4-8-1T (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS-COMMAND)
    Memory Clockspeed: 249MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: 2493MHz
    Vcore: 1.328V (Default)
    Cooling: Thermalright XP-90c w/92mm fan
    Case: Antec 900
    PSU: Thermaltake Silent Purepower 480w
    Temps: Low 30s Idle, ~50 100% load both cores
    Other Notes: Late to the party, but happy to be here :)
    Cpu ran almost stable @2.7ghz, but wasn't even close to stable anywhere between 2.5ghz and 2.7ghz..so I gave up and stayed with 2.5

    CPUZ Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=292683
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  • Your-Amish-DaddyYour-Amish-Daddy The heart of Texas
    edited Jan 2008
    I'd say increase your vcore to 1.336 if you could, that might help your stability.
  • jedihobbitjedihobbit Central Virginia, USA
    edited Jan 2010
    May I ask a dumb question.........is this thread dead??? :( :rolleyes:
  • jedihobbitjedihobbit Central Virginia, USA
    edited Feb 2010
    Alright resurrection time.....just hope I'm doing this right!

    CPU: AMD 4400+ Brisbane AM2
    CPU Stepping: CAA4C 0725WPDW
    Mainboard: Biostar Tf 7025-M2 / Bios N68SM116
    Memory: 2 x 1024 Corsair CM2X1024 – 6400C4
    Memory Timings: 4-4-4-12-2T
    Memory Clockspeed: 677MHz
    CPU Clockspeed: See Comments
    Vcore: 1.45V
    Cooling: zalman CNPS8700-CU
    PSU: Ultra 600W

    Comments: This has resulted in the following:

    Highest ClkGen with 8M run of SPi….
    275 X11 @ 677 2T = 3.024GHz image

    Best stable backed up with 12 hour run of OCCT……..
    266 X11 @ 677 2T = 2.926GHz image
  • jedihobbitjedihobbit Central Virginia, USA
    edited Feb 2010
    lemonlime said:
    [CENTER]The Official Short-Media AMD Overclocking Database[/CENTER] To get included in the database, simply post your highest stable CPU clock. Memory overclocks are irrelevant for the purposes of this database. The higher the CPU overclock, the higher you'll be in the rankings.

    Before I go too much further. please give the current definition of stable. :D
  • SnarkasmSnarkasm 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands Icrontian
    edited Feb 2010
    Runs OCCT or Prime95 at full load for 48 hours with no failures?

    Eh, too long. 12 hours. :p
  • jedihobbitjedihobbit Central Virginia, USA
    edited Feb 2010
    lemonlime said:
    [CENTER]The Official Short-Media AMD Overclocking Database[/CENTER]


    Requirements for entry:
    ............One of the following stability tests: Prime95 small FFT testing for minimum 1 hour, Superpi 32M test completed, SP2004 test run for minimum 1 hour or the F@H console displayed with 1 hour of successful WU processing :fold: . Dual core submissions must display two instances of one of the mentioned stability tests to be considered........

    Answered my own question!! It would have paid if I didn't speed read half the time! ;D

    How about an 1M, 4M, 8M, or 16M run of HyperPi basicaly SPi on steroids that does all cores at 100%?
  • _k__k_ P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Feb 2010
    I always shot for 20-24 hours, or fold forever without a crash
  • jedihobbitjedihobbit Central Virginia, USA
    edited Feb 2010
    Amazing, ppl with "real meanings" for stable!! Unlike some sites I use that think "booting up" and 1M run of SPi is it. :thumbup
  • SnarkasmSnarkasm 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands Icrontian
    edited Feb 2010
    When one of your main focuses is Folding@Home, simply booting up isn't sufficient - we need to make sure we're not pumping out random calculation errors, even if they're not severe enough to introduce system crashes. Every little error counts. Gotta eliminate 'em.
  • edited Feb 2010
    _k_ said:
    I always shot for 20-24 hours, or fold forever without a crash
    I only use Intelburn test now. It heats up the CPU at least 5C more than Prime95. It can crash a system in a couple of minutes that can run Prime95 for hours.
  • jedihobbitjedihobbit Central Virginia, USA
    edited Feb 2010
    mirage said:
    I only use Intelburn test now. It heats up the CPU at least 5C more than Prime95. It can crash a system in a couple of minutes that can run Prime95 for hours.

    And fry an AMD chip just as fast!:crazy:
  • edited Feb 2010
    It was not initially running on AMD cpus but it said to be running now. I have a PII-545 on the way. I will find it out soon :)
  • edited Feb 2010
    I have successfully used Intelburn test with Phenom II 545 (unlocked). It is very effective with Phenom II. Heats up the Phenom II ~5C more than Prime95.
  • edited May 2011
    I used it couple of hours, no crash has been experienced. Great.
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