als ze even goed overklokken als men 2500+ mobile.. gaan met de banaan!
Next up to bat; the CPU. I booted up at 2.0Vcore at first 2200mhz. Ran some prime95 and 3dmark2001. Upped it to 2400mhz... Worked. and Finally the max stable was 2565Mhz at 1.95Vcore. upping the multiplier one more notched at 2.0V didn't net stable prime95.
SO my final clocks are: 205mhz FSB 1:1 mem 2-2-2-6 @ 2.9V, CPU at 2565Mhz at 1.95V with 43C full torture test Load Temps on the core. case temp was 31C with fans on low rpm's. My Pr rating was 3750+ for those with P4 systems who want to compare.
I upped the FSB until I reached the maximum Prime 95 stable speed, of 2640Mhz, with 2.00V.
I tried various lower speeds, and noticed that each time the system reached a reported "43C," the system would hang. I realized that voltage was no longer a problem, and that my cooling wasn't enough.
I then reached a maximum stable speed of 2707Mhz, 245MHz FSBx 11, with 2.06V. Not much higher, but good nonetheless. It was the highest I've seen yet from these processors.
2.375GHz required a load voltage of around 1.75v. However, it must be noted that it never crashed once in our battery of tests. We decided to increase the FSB to reflect an overclocked system. The use of some excellent Corsair RAM guaranteed low-latency timings.