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Overclocked amd 3400


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Luckyjfl

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Hi Guys
I am a complete Noob where overclocking is concerned. I read quite a bit of info on overclocking so I decided to have a little go. This is what I did and I would appreciate your comments , please. As my fsb was 200mhz I put that up to 205 and ran the Go- Orthos and cpu-z programs. After 4 pass results with Go- Orthos, here was the cpu – z results.
Mem freq 102.5
Command rate 2T
HT Link 820.01
Bus speed 205
I then decided to up the fsb by 2 noches to 207. That ran ok.
Then I put it up the fsb up to 210.
Speed 2520.3 mhz
Mult x 12
HT Link 840.1
Mem freq 105 mhz
Fsb dram 24
After running the Go- Orthos for a few minutes it all went Red and stopped. I have put the fsb back to 107. As you can see I am not too well up on overclocking. Look forward to hearing from any one.
Cheers
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Neil Jones

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Not all processors are overclockable. Is this a Sempron 3400? They're not hot on overclocking.
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Sorry Neil, I ment to put my specs in as well.
Specs

HD 200 GIG
CPU ; SOCKET 754 AMD ATHLON 64 3400 + Processor - Newcastle
MB : Asus K8V SE Delux
Graphics : ATI Radion X1950 Pro – 7-6 drivers
RAM : 3 Gig 3200 x 400 MHZ
Hyper 580 PSU
Win XP Home
On board sound

CPU-Z
CORE SPEED 2403.O MHz
MULTIPLIER X 12.0
BUS SPEED 200.3 MHz
HT LINK 801.0 MHz
Voltage 1.488
MEMORY
FREQUENCY 160.2
FSB DRAM CPU/15
CAS LATENCY 2.5 CLOCKS
RAS PRECHARGE 4 CLOCKS
CYCLE TIME 8 CLOCKS
BANK CYCLE TIME [TRC] 10 CLOCKS
COMMAND RATE 2T
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Yeah, Socket 754 boards and processors aren't meant for serious overclocking. You've found your limit already, it only went up to 207 and that was it. Not worth the effort in all honesty.
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