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Amd 2 x3 450 vs amd 960t B.E.

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April 14, 2012 2:41:30 PM

i have a quick question. i wanted to know what would be better. i have a amd 2 x3 processor, i unlock the fourth core running on a ga-970a-ud3 overclock to 3.6 stable. or i aslo have a amd phenom 2 x4 960t B.E. i overclock it to 3.83ghz. stable. i cant unlock the cores due to unknown volts or maybe it cant at all. well i would like to know what one would be the best for a supper fast gaming pc. with the setting that i added in the post here.

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April 14, 2012 2:47:45 PM

The 960T is faster, try bumping up your CPU-NB frequency and voltage. That 960 should hit 4+ Ghz easy
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April 14, 2012 3:02:35 PM

ok thanks. i am going to put some antec formula 7 on and bump it up. i know some what about overclocking but i my need your advice on overclocking it to 4.0ghz or better . i have a good cooler that would keeps this baby cool. do you know what volts i would have to put 960t at to unlock the two extra cores.
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April 14, 2012 3:09:39 PM

At stock clocks you should be just fine to unlock on auto voltage. If you are trying to unlock with your current OC that's not going to happen. Save your current profile and reset the BIOS to factory. Go back in set your ram and try unlocking.
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April 14, 2012 10:47:45 PM

i have pny ddr3 dual channels nb frequency 2013.4 command rate 2T. how would i set my ram for a maybe unlock. thanks for the early post you made to me . i overclock easy to a 4.0ghz on water with temps around 38
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April 16, 2012 12:59:36 AM

Your system has separate multipliers so you don't really have to set anything with the memory to unlock your CPU. I meant set the RAM to it's correct settings because some boards will default 1600 Mhz DDR3 to 1333Mhz and possibly not load the mfg spec voltages.
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