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    Default Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    How can i set my cpu to a 3500? I do not see any options to selct which cpu speed you want. Thank you
    My System:
    -AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Manchester Em4 Revision
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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    I guess I'll post elsewhere...........
    My System:
    -AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Manchester Em4 Revision
    -Abit KN8-ULTRA
    -X800GTO2 @ X850XT PE (16 pipelines)
    -1024MB PQI TURBO DDR 400 @ (2x512) Dual Channel
    -450W Heavy Duty Rosewill Powersupply
    -Samsung Syncmaster 940BF>>>NEW
    -Seagate 250GB 16MB cache (perpendicular recording) with NCQ...

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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    Why would you be able to set it to 3500? That's not how overclocking works.

    Perhaps I'll be more helpful tomorrow, but I just don't feel up to going through the steps to overclocking right now. Several other users have some competence in this area and they can cover you if I don't. Otherwise, Google for a guide.

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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    Well i guess I was used to my old 1700+ and setting it to a 2400+.
    My System:
    -AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Manchester Em4 Revision
    -Abit KN8-ULTRA
    -X800GTO2 @ X850XT PE (16 pipelines)
    -1024MB PQI TURBO DDR 400 @ (2x512) Dual Channel
    -450W Heavy Duty Rosewill Powersupply
    -Samsung Syncmaster 940BF>>>NEW
    -Seagate 250GB 16MB cache (perpendicular recording) with NCQ...

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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    For more detailed info read THIS and you'll better understand how lengthy/envolved Athlon 64 OC'ing can become. Mileage/difficulty will vary depending on several variables here:

    1. Your Hardware/CPU stepping
    2. Bios options available
    3. Chipset North/South
    4. 3rd party OC utilities

    And finally, your use of applied OC knowlege/choice of PSU may hold sway here beyond all best efforts.

    My advice, read your mobo manual till you're comfortable with all bios settings then read/reread the above OC Guide, print it out, download some OC Utilities and with guide in hand do and learn. Just take it slow and sure rather than trying to do the Big jump all at once, learn where the Bios Jumper/Battery are located so in worse case scenario you can reset bios to default..........and if you're Not having Fun you won't likely get it Done.
    Last edited by dryadsoul; 02-04-2006 at 05:53 AM.
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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    Well i have read that but i thank you for your help, but i think it pertains more to ath xp's and p4's. I currently have my 3200+ vience @ 220 fsb X 10 = 2200Mhz. Is this good? How could i get 2400mhz (my goal speed) without raising the fsb to 240fsb? By the way i have played CSS for an hour and am shure its stable. I'm typing this post at that speed. What is the settings to run 2.4 ghz? Thanks...
    My System:
    -AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Manchester Em4 Revision
    -Abit KN8-ULTRA
    -X800GTO2 @ X850XT PE (16 pipelines)
    -1024MB PQI TURBO DDR 400 @ (2x512) Dual Channel
    -450W Heavy Duty Rosewill Powersupply
    -Samsung Syncmaster 940BF>>>NEW
    -Seagate 250GB 16MB cache (perpendicular recording) with NCQ...

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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    You cannot get it to 2400MHz without raising the FSB to 240. If you are worried about your ram running to fast, set a divider in bios. Set it to boot up @ 166MHz and with the FSB set to 240MHz it will be running around 200MHz. You need to use a program like OCCT or PRIME95 to test for stability. You may also need to raise the Vcore slightly to run @ 2400MHz. There is no set answer, you need to go up in small steps and test for stability. OCCT is a good test as it takes 30 minutes and if it passes that, then your settings are pretty stable. Running Prime95 for 12+ hours is the best test for true stability.

    This webpage has the bulk of the programs you will need to download for testing:
    http://www.short-media.com/download.php?dc=72
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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    Thank you Casecutter! I understand the divider thing a little bit better now. At first i was looking for a 1:2 setting lol. My bios did not have that. I set it to what you saud and im @ 2.4ghz easy. Thanks. Do you think my ram could run @ ddr 480?
    My System:
    -AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Manchester Em4 Revision
    -Abit KN8-ULTRA
    -X800GTO2 @ X850XT PE (16 pipelines)
    -1024MB PQI TURBO DDR 400 @ (2x512) Dual Channel
    -450W Heavy Duty Rosewill Powersupply
    -Samsung Syncmaster 940BF>>>NEW
    -Seagate 250GB 16MB cache (perpendicular recording) with NCQ...

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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    Here are couple of screenies for my Winnie/Soltek/OCZ rig that might help.
    I've found on this system the benchmarx score much higher running the mem at tweaked 400DDR rather than 550DDR.....but mileage does vary depending on hardware/settings.



    Last edited by dryadsoul; 02-06-2006 at 03:47 PM.
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    Default Re: Amd 3200+ Vience 64 settings

    Thanks for those photo's. My 3200+ is actually a new revision that is a manchester core with one core disabled. Cpu-z will not reconize it but you can read more about it herehttp://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=81557It seems like all good news. Look for the pic of the barcode and the 640kb of cache, that is my cpu same thing. I downloaded a program called GCCPUID to confirm this. It says mine is ndeed a manchester.
    My System:
    -AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Manchester Em4 Revision
    -Abit KN8-ULTRA
    -X800GTO2 @ X850XT PE (16 pipelines)
    -1024MB PQI TURBO DDR 400 @ (2x512) Dual Channel
    -450W Heavy Duty Rosewill Powersupply
    -Samsung Syncmaster 940BF>>>NEW
    -Seagate 250GB 16MB cache (perpendicular recording) with NCQ...

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