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    Default Opty 165 is E4 ??.

    Mine says E6!. Vcore would not go below 1.35volts for some reason.

    But my old 3200+ rated for 1.35volts will work at 1.24 volts Vcore. Very cool.

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    typo, fixed now.

    what's the max you got out of the 165?

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    230FSB. I think my ram and the new board are the limiting factors. The Foxconn 6150K8MRS is not as tweakble as my older MSI Neo2 Plat board.

    Now I am doing 223 fsb on the Opty165. Rock solid at 24X7 with or without airconditioning in the room. I am using Antec Aria SFF case with CoolerMaster Real 450 PSU strapped behind the case!. Looks kinda strange but just what I needed. PSU voltage under full load is 3.30v, 5.00v and 12.03 volts. Its as accurate as I could ever hoped for. Aria PSU was 11.87v on the 12V rail and it was not ATX2 spec, so now I am comfortable stretching the PC on Folding for days on end.

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    Not sure if your running your 165 like this on purpose but if not, why don't you try a divider on the ram? If you're at 230MHz with the standard multi of 9x you've got your opty 165 at 2070MHz, you could easily get much more out of that CPU, depending on how that Foxconn board handles a high HTT. Also don't forget to lower the LDT multi to 3x, that's really important.

    Try a divider like 5/4, and set the HTT to something like 260MHz. This will give you 2340MHz on the 165 and the memory will be running at 208MHz giving you a lot more headroom to overclock as you said your mem will do 230.

    You can try and aim for 285MHz HTT which would give you 2520MHz and 224MHz on the memory.
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    Manually set mine to:
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    210 freq x 12 multiplier >= 2519 mhz
    FSB 839
    Pushed the Memory volts to 3.0

    What all that means.. hellifiknow!
    But I wonder what would be considered "pushing it"
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    Yikes, Opty165 multiplier is 9X max. The best I could do is 233FSB, as my board would not change the mem divider!.

    Will wait for the 3200ATI to come out in microATX form-factor. My case is Antec Aria. It had a 6 inch blow hole on the right side covered by my BMW speaker grill!.
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    The 4600+ I believe has a 2.4GHz processor with a 12x Multiplier, Revision SH9-E4.
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    ooop's, my bad. I'll update this along with the AM2 CPU's too.

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    Hi all,i'm looking to upgrade my CPU and would like to know your thoughts on which to go for. I do intend to overclock and would like to try water cooling. I don't want to change my motherboard just yet, i think i'll wait a while and then get me an INTEL setup,they seem to be much quicker in all the benchmarking tests.

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    What motherboard socket do you have and what processor do you have, is it the Athlon 64 x2 4600+ or the 4800+?

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    It's 939 and a Athlon 64 X2 4200+

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    If this thread is going to remain stickied, may I humbly request that the chart be updated to show AMD's current (and upcoming) line-up rather than what they were using over three years ago?

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    Original post updated. Thanks for the heads up Eido.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Original post updated. Thanks for the heads up Eido.
    My pleasure, and thanks for the update!

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