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@SF3D @Billy\-The\-Kid @NeoForce @beleno @Calathea @fuzz3l @sheri-robak-tiger; @ARandomOWL @kintaro @Gluvocio @matose @nickolp1974 @Nick\.ua @THC @baker18 @kim55 @DopeLex @MattNo5ss @Radi @Solarfall; @OverExtreme @gradus @CtrlFix @alibabar @F\.O\.G\.N\.A\. @Vivi @k\|ngp\|n @Cische-; @westyle Hi guys, I went through all of the Rampage Extreme subs that I could find to get anyone who has subbed over 670 FSB with a reference clock, E8400, E8500, or E8600. I have now tested two different boards and two different chips subzero with my NB frozen. Both chips had the exact same wall at 670.6 FSB and from searching around, it seems like quite a few others have run into the wall there... but a few have made it past that. I have changed every voltage that I can imagine... PLL from 1.60V up to 1.85V, FSB Term from 1.55V-1.80V, NB from 1.55V to 1.85V, etc. The things I haven't touched yet... GTL's. I've read that on the REX they can stay on auto. For those of you that made it past 670, did you start manually tweaking these? What about clock skews? On my P5E3 Premium, a skew of +200 ms on the CPU was practically mandatory but I wasn't finding any successes on the REX by tweaking this. So... please share your FSB clocking tips! I have a bomb E8500 that I'd like to get up past 6.4GHz and I know 6GHz isn't the wall on my E8400. Thanks in advance... I know a lot of the people mentioned above aren't active but whatever
Hi guys. Just by luck I won an auction on a cheap Athlon X4 740 yesterday. Since my 750K is real bad, requires like 1.55 vcore for 4 500 MHz, I'm pondering the thought of using the 740 instead. I've been benching both A10-6700 and 750k on single stage and could run like 140-150 Mhz fsb. No idea whre I'll end up on air for 24/7 use though. Anyone tried say 120 MHz fsb for everyday use? USB3/Pci-e issues?