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Manchester X2 3800+ OC

Postby Froginator » Sun Apr 16, 2006 4:12 pm

I have a Manchester X2 3800+ (stepping BH-E4); is that a good stepping for overclocking? Any idea how high I should be able to get with Arctic Freezer 64 Pro cooling?

Also, I am very new to overclocking; would your recommendations be pretty much the same as for the Venice Athlon 64? תודה רבה
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Postby The Coolest » Sun Apr 16, 2006 11:01 pm

Froginator wrote:AMD64 TCaseMax - v1.19

CPU Information (CPU #1):
Standard CPUID: Family: F, Model: B, Stepping: 1
Extended CPUID: Family: F, Model: 2B, Stepping: 1
CPUID String: 20FB1
Processor APIC: 0
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (Manchester)
CPU Speed: 2010.30 (201.03 x 10.0)
Revision: BH9-E4
Platform: Socket 939
Startup VCore: 1.350v
Maximum Case Temperature = 63C
TDP: 65.6 Watts

This means that according to the data we have so far, this chip should be a decent overclocker, and should run also relatively cool.
I think with this chip 2.6GHz should be achievable with ease, maybe a minor vcore bump, especially if its of a newer batch.
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Postby Froginator » Sun Apr 16, 2006 11:22 pm

Thanks :)
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