Welcome, visitor! [ Register | LoginRSS Feed

Premium WordPress Themes - AppThemes
 

$1,227.00

the Tuniq Tower 120

  • Listed: October 24, 2014 3:21 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired

Description

Another piece of software that I’d recommend is Super Pi. Super pi is a tiny CPU benchmarking program. It doesn’t put almost as much anxiety on your CPU as Orthos, but is really a excellent plan for monitoring increases in efficiency. Super pi calculates Pi – 3.14159… from 64k all of the way up to 32M or 32 Million digits. Typically pi is calculated to 1 or 2 million digits for benchmarking purposes.

On some motherboards,http://ozhomme.korp.my/newrunningshoes.php, like my Gigabyte DS3P, all the memory latencies and voltages are locked by default. To view these advanced settings inside your BIOS, I pressed Ctrol+F1. This unlocked a hidden menu with advanced capabilities.

When looking at RAM, and also the speed in the RAM there are two issues to take into account. What is the rated speed of the RAM? DDR2 memory normally ranges from 533Mhz to upwards of 1200Mhz. The memory frequency is just not the only thing to take a look at when comparing the speed of RAM. The timings or latencies are also essential.

The second program you will need to have is Orthos. Orthos can be a plan designed to torture your CPU and put it under the most extreme conditions. It tests stability and halts and lets you know when an error has been detected. Orthos is a mod of Prime95. The earlier versions of Prime95 would not anxiety a core2duo CPU, since it was developed for single core processors. Orthos is actually a mod that fundamentally runs two instances of Prime95 in 1 window.

Socket 775 Motherboards typically support different varieties of DDR2 Memory. Motherboards natively support 533Mhz DDR2 all the way up to 800Mhz DDR2. It is possibly to run faster memory like DDR2-1000 as well as greater like 1200Mhz, but this really is only possibly by altering the CPU/RAM divider or overclocking the CPU through FSB.

There are two primary approaches people go about overclocking. The first way is by escalating your FSB by 10mhz at a time and operating Orthos and monitory temps, and growing voltage when needed.

The initial step is always to enter your BIOS. To do this, boot up your laptop or computer and although it begins to post hit the Delete important.

The second way is always to just jump into a moderate overclock. This really is my preferred way, particularly using the Core two Duo line and all of its prospective. When I overclocked my e4300, I instantly overclocked from two.4Ghz from the stock 1.8Ghz. I did this by upping my FSB to 266. I then ran Orthos and continued to overclock the FSB 10-20Mhz at a time until I hit an issue. As soon as I got an error or could not post, I’d add some vcore to the CPU. Then would boot up and run Orthos again.

Monitoring temperatures

NB (North Bridge) StrapsThe northbridge has a series of straps. As you overclock, as well as the FSB increases the NB strap occasionally will modify. What changes in the NB will be the NB’s latencies. If you ever hit a wall and can not even overclock 1Mhz far more then it very possibly could be your NB strap. To get about this you may try a huge jump of ten or maybe even 20Mhz and see if your PC posts. In case you are in a position to run your CPU and NB at a high strap with tighter timings, it truly is usually times faster then running your CPU at a slightly higher clock. By way of example depending on the CPU, FSB, and multiplier a Core 2 Duo overclocked to 2.8Ghz may be quicker than a CPU overclocked to two.9Ghz. The NB strap concept is pretty new, and there isn’t all that much details out there.

Intel recommends that the temperature of both CPU cores doesn’t exceed 60C. The common rule of thumb I follow even so is I like to remain under 65C max load, because I know in every day applications I will never ever even come close to reaching 60C. Gaming, encoding and other tasks never ever fully max out both CPU cores at 100% full load like Orthos does.

On high finish air cooling, and also the proper RAM plus a great overclocking motherboard,http://fortuneproducts.com/wordpress/hotfreerun3.php, you need to expect some thing around the following:

What kind of overclock can I expect for my Core 2 Duo?

Fans, heatsinks and thermal compound.

E6300 – 2.8-3.4Ghz

What is involved?

The CPU voltage is frequently referred to as “vcore.” The stock voltage for the Intel Core 2 Duo chips is 1.325v. When overclocking, almost usually the voltage wants to be increased. But do not enhance the voltage unless you will need to.

Loosening up your RAM timings will allow for a greater overclock. As an example if your memory is rated at 4-4-4-12 and is PC6400 and runs at 800Mhz, then “loosening” the timings to 5-5-5-15, may well allow for an overclock of upwards of 900Mhz. Whilst in the stock 4-4-4-12, 850Mhz was achievable.

E6700 – 3.3-3.8Ghz

E4300 – 2.8-3.2Ghz

RAMBy overclocking your CPU by upping the FSB, you also cause your RAM to be overclocked. But is that a bad thing? Yes and no. For inexpens

Ad Reference ID: 754544a0bf29a078

293 total views, 0 today

  

To inquire about this ad listing, complete the form below to send a message to the ad poster.

Information about the ad poster

  • Listed by: frci9348
  • Member Since: October 20, 2014

Other items listed by frci9348

Latest items listed by frci9348 »

Sold Ads