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    Hey Guys I found this on another site looks really helpful for people trying to get certain clocks out of there Phenom II Chips.

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    Nice find

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    Oh wow, this will be a huge help for me. Thank you for finding this.
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    Although the chart is real helpful each motherboard and system is different. For instance if you look at 260 HTT and 14 multi, your voltages will drastically change from the same overclock with a higher multi and lower HTT. Of couse you will have to adjust memory divider/NB/Hypertransport. Each system has a sweet spot.

    On my 965 if I remember corectly my sweet spot seemed to be 16X and around 218 HTT woth 2700 or so MHz on NB and 2100 on hypertransport with 1.55-1.6v to maximize my overclock.

    When I went lower on multi and higher on HTT or higher on multu and lower on HTT, I could not get the same overclock. I did adjust memory/NB/hypertranspot frequencies but no go.

    The chart is handy to give frequencies and multi's....

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    Here is my highest stable 24/7 overclock with my 965(Had rad outside with watercooling):


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