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Old 09-06-2006, 06:58 AM   #1
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Cool FX-60 0536RPMW meets Kayl Black Frozen SS

My FX-60 was getting jealous that my FX-57 http://i4memory.com/showthread.php?t=2708 was hogging all the time with my new phase change unit, so thought i'd let them hook up

Kayl Black Frozen SS
1/4HP 8cc compressor 404a
Kayl rev3 evap block

Specially tuned by Kayl for not so cold temps to avoid cold bug, but to handle high heat loads





Full pics
http://i4memory.com/phasechange/kayl/arrived/1/html/
http://i4memory.com/phasechange/kayl/arrived/turnedon/
http://i4memory.com/phasechange/kayl.../NF4_UT_SLIDR/
http://i4memory.com/phasechange/kayl...F4_UT_SLIDR_2/

Just plucked in my retail box FX-60 CCB2E 0536RPMW with low 2 digit 00xx serial number that i bought off k00lance around 3 months ago (thanks mate)

First clock on cpu and running 32M @3417mhz at 1.552v hehe

@stock 2600mhz first





haven't tested cold bug yet as at 17x200HTT = 3416Mhz for now hehe gotten find a base clock first

17x200HTT = 3416Mhz at 1.552v

Cpuz Validated:
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=98914





Yeah baby dual 32M well under 24min

Click on image for full screen shot



PB with 2x 256MB BFG 7800GTX Stock HSF SLI @493(541)/1377

3dmark05 = 15,821
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=2059264



That's it for tonight gotta get some sleep as i have the cold and bad cough/runny nose
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Old 09-06-2006, 06:59 AM   #2
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Seems i might be suffering the cold bug symptom of low HTT with my FX-60 even at 15x233HTT or 14x244HTT with 1.552v or even 1.632v vcore bios only shows -10C and windows shows -16C to -18C idle and -3C to +2C load. But evap temp shows -33C load temps the highest load temps i had on all cpus tested so far. But seems it's the lowest windows load temps so far too... ????

I'm running 15x233HTT with toast app in start up menu to boot up and run toast while i setup Super Pi v1.50 for a run, now running 32M single instance at 15x233HTT at 1.632v and 32M is nearly complete! so 3495Mhz at 1.632v at least is capable of 32M under load...

Probably means i have more room to overclock if 3495Mhz is benchable ?

Dam you cold bug! Starting with low HTT for now to see how high cpu goes

16x217HTT = 3473Mhz at 1.632v


FX-60 manage to validate pretty easy @16x220HTT = 3520Mhz at 1.648v






Single 32M @16x219HTT = 3504Mhz at 1.648v


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seems the extent of the cold bug on FX-60 for me is

- can boot into windows upto 233HTT so far and if i keep windows under load can bench at 233HTT
- tried 244HTT and can boot as far as windows welcome screen then freezes there
- as far i have tested 220HTT is where i'm okay so with 406BTA bios i have access to 216/250 dividers at certain cpu multipliers and know at 15x cpu multiplier so far i have access to 216/233/250 uplock multipliers so can ram up my memory clocks keeping HTT low.

Testing the upclocks now in memtest @15x220HTT with 233 divider... memtest says 220mhz mem but guess it doesn't show mem's upclock ram speed until i get into windows. I estimate i'm at 256mhz 2-2-2-5 since memtest reports 2930MB/s bandwidth and for dual core cpu it reports lower bandwidth than single core san diegos and venices so probably about right.

Strange with DFI NF4 UT SLI-DR R.AB0 and 406BTA bios at cpu multiplier 14x i only get to choose 216 and 250 dividers, at 15x can choose 216, 233 and 250 ?
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Okay after flashing to 406BTA bios i managed to get upclock dividers in play. The difference in super pi times is very noticeable i.e.

Super Pi v1.50

FX-60

3416Mhz (17x200HTT)
DDR400 divider

200mhz 2-2-2-5 memory = 22min 36.343s

vs

3300Mhz (15x220HTT)
DDR466 upclock divider

253mhz 2-2-2-5 memory = 22min 20.703s

Okay Sandra 2007 Lite must have a bug as it must think my FX-60 @15x220HTT DDR466 upclock with mem @253mhz 2-2-2-5 is an intel DDR2 system as it's reporting crazy buffered and unbuffered bandwith over 11k and 4k respectively! LOL

Buffered


Unbuffered


Strange single 32M can reach 3504Mhz at 1.648v, but dual 32M i had to drop vcore down to 1.62v to do 3424Mhz so far probably dual 32M's extra under load heat ? how's dual 32M around 22min 29s sound

@16x214HTT = 3424Mhz
DDR466 upclock
2x 512MB OCZ PC3200 Gold UTT BH-5 @244mhz 2-2-2-5 at 3.48v

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Shaved up to 16s off the dual 32M time

@16x216HTT = 3456Mhz
DDR466 upclock
2x 512MB OCZ PC3200 Gold UTT BH-5 @246mhz 2-2-2-5 at 3.48v

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Old 09-06-2006, 06:59 AM   #3
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Folks say high end SLI is cpu limited... i say what cpu limit ?

New personal bests for 3dmark05 and 3dmark06 with 84.56 drivers for 2x 256MB BFG 7800GTX stock hsf SLI @493(541)/1370
  • FX-60 CCB2E 0536RPMW
  • Kayl Black Frozen SS Phase change cooler for cpu
  • DFI NF4 UT SLI-DR R.AB0 406BTA bios to allow 233 upclock mem divider
  • 2x 256MB BFG 7800GTX stock hsf SLI @493(541)/1370
  • 2x 512MB OCZ PC3200 Gold UTT BH-5 @243mhz 2-2-2-5
  • 4x80GB Hitachi 7K80 SATAII NCQ Raid 0 (nvraid)
  • Pioneer DVD-RW + FDD
  • 1KW PCP&C SLI power supply
3dmark05 = 16,110
3dmark06 = 8,949

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Next up is PCmark05. Managed to pull off my personal best score although it seems like only a minor improvement with my FX-60 @3407mhz vs @3113mhz.

New Pcmark05 = 8,650
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm05=388590

Old Pcmark05 = 8,383
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm05=309796



Click on image below to see larger screenie for compare between 8650 vs 8383 Pcmark05 scores



Probably get a much higher score with ATI X1900 CF setup hehe.


6 min stressprime dual instances load test
Room temp = 24.5C
Compressor temp = 45.3C
Evap idle = -41.2C
Evap load = -31.0C

MBM5 idle = -20C
MBM5 load = +6C for first 5 mins and 6th minute hit +7C




Broke my Aquamark3 PB by over 4k as well

2x 256MB BFG 7800GTX stock hsf SLI @493(541)/1377

AM3 = 136,799




Managed to squeeze out 102 more pts in 3dmark05

3dmark05 = 16,212 http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=2065110



AM3 jumped from 136,799 to 138,278



Bit higher AM3 = 138,794



Been semi out of action due to having a cold/bad cough

Decided to break my old 7800GTX SLI 3dmark2003 record today

Old record for 3dmark2003 @505(556)/1386 = 33,181 http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=4688391

New record for 3dmark2003 @493(541)/1377 = 33,309 http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=4836695



not by much but with less clocks on the card heh

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Now to a comfortable dual stress prime larger FFTs run @3315mhz at 1.552v

Evap temp = -30.8C under load
MBM5 load temp = +3C to +6C


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Old 09-06-2006, 06:59 AM   #5
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new A64Info v0.60 beta http://avala.yubc.net/~lukija/A64Info-beta.exe

Excellent tool!






starting to push a bit harder vcore wise hehe

FX-60 @3474Mhz at 1.68v for 1M, 2M, 4M and 1.696v for 8M



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Old 09-06-2006, 01:43 PM   #6
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reserved #11 - should be enough

thought you said you had the cold bug for a sec
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eva, I couldn't help but notice your toolbars, are you running Vista?
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Old 09-06-2006, 07:15 PM   #8
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Nah running WinXP Pro SP2
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thought you said you had the cold bug for a sec
cold bug good one
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