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Motherboards => Overclocking, Undervolting => Topic started by: Aaron on 30-April-07, 20:11:19

Title: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-April-07, 20:11:19
*** I no longer monitor and edit this database, the moderator >>flobelix<< (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?action=profile) does ***

Hello, welcome to the overclock database.

The database contains user name, followed by CPU, core, model # and speed. Post your overclock suicide/stable, whatever your preference.

You're welcome to show off your overclock here. :-))

If you want on the % list use Everest to tell you what your % OC is and post a screenshot. I am not going to calculate % OC for you.



           All candidates for listing must be with MSI motherboard.

                                     
                              CPU Database
        You must post a cpu-z validation link to get yours listed.
These are all with air or liquid/water cooling with exceptions noted in 5K+ list.



                                            5000+


                                                                                                                                         
1 - thebanik w/Ph ll X4 965 @______________________6579 MHz
     LN2/790FX-GD70         
2 - Evocarlos w/ i5 660 X2 @______________________ 6088 MHz
     Phase change refrigeration/P55-GD85     
3 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5737 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)
4 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5733 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
5 - xbeatX w/ i7-2700K @_________________________5731 MHz
     Chilled water/P67A-GD65 (B3)
6 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @___________________5559 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
7 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5543 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65
8 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5539 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65 (B3)
9 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @___________________5536 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
10 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @__________________5532 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)




                                        Top 10 (%)



1 - Lt_JWS w/ Core 2 E4300 Allendale @ __________100% (tied)
2 - Bio-Hazard w/ Core 2 Duo Allendale E4300 @ ____100% (tied)
3 - Quadrifoglio Verde w/ E4300 @ _______________95%
4 - AaronYuri w/ Core 2 Duo Conroe E6600 @ ______86% 
5 - aicjofs w/ Opteron Toledo 165 @ ______________78% 
6 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 920 @ __________________71%
7 - Jack t.N. w/ C2D e6600 @ ___________________68%
8 - flobelix w/ Opteron 165 Denmark @ ____________64% 
9 - DryHeat w/ Core 2 Duo Allendale E6300 @ _______60% 
10 - Exo w/ Opteron Toledo 165 @ ________________56% 
 



                                              Intel



1 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5737 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)
2 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5733 MHZ
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
3 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @_________________________5559 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
4 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5543 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65
5 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K @_________________________5536 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (G3)
6 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K @_________________________5532 MHz
     Air/Z68A-GD80 (B3)
7 - Sea Dog w/ i7 2700K @______________________________5510 MHz
     P67A-GD65 (B3)
8 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 990X @__________________________5424 MHz
     Big Bang-XPower
9 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2700K@_________________________5414 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65 (B3)
10 - Froggy Gremlin w/ i7 2600K@________________________5407 MHz
     Air/P67A-GD65 (B3)




                                               AMD





1 - damric w/FX-4100 __________________________5229MHz
     890FXA-GD65
2 - mrinfinit3 w/Ph II X4 965 @___________________4715 MHz
     chilled methanol~870-G45
3 - damric w/Athlon X4 860K @___________________4498 MHz
     air~A88X-G45 GAMING
4 - mrinfinit3 w/Ph II X6 1095T @_________________4400 MHz
     NF980-G65/H2O
5 - Thor3666 w/Ph II X4 965 @___________________4200.36 MHz
     K9A2 Platinum
6 - gldndragn w/Ph II X4 965 @___________________4200.21 MHz
     870A Fuzion
7 - PingviN w/Ph II X4 965 @_____________________4060 MHz
     790FX-GD70
8 - Bodhi w/Ph II X2 550 Blk Ed @ ________________4040 MHz
     790FX-GD70
9 - JokersMommy w/Ph II X2 550 Blk Ed @ _________4018 MHz
     790FX-GD70
10- Greyno3 w/Ph II X4 965 @____________________4000 MHz
     790FX-GD70


 
 
 
 


 Be careful! When you're not careful with your OC you might end up with smoke instead of a higher ranking

Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: aicjofs on 30-April-07, 21:36:11
I'll play but it's not going to be as much fun for the AMD folk if you do a Top 20.  You can buy Intel CPU's at stock that are faster then most current AMD CPU's can do without dry ice or phase change.  Might want to do 2 lists of AMD and Intel Top 10 instead or maybe a percentage overclock of you CPU over stock.  I imagine we can use a validated CPU-Z instead of a screenshot, same thing.  I only have one MSI entry though(they took too long to realease the P6N or I would have 2 MSI entries)

My MSI MS-7100 powered entry and Opteron 165 now retired. 3202Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=110078

My backup rig.  Asus mainboard with 3.2 P4.  3851Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=138654

The new main rig. Intel mainboard with QX6700, didn't put too much effort into finding the absolute CPUz max.  3859Mhz

http://home.comcast.net/~msibios/qx.jpg





Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 30-April-07, 22:00:43
In addition to that, any respectable P4 will easily reach higher clock speeds than any current Core 2 Duo. A list containing all AMD and Intel processors would be nothing more than a bunch of numbers in the air...
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 30-April-07, 23:41:35
But that's the purpose of it. A bunch of numbers. I shall be specifying CPU type and core. Maybe I'll split down to CPU model if results become deep enough.

I'll change to a seperate top 10 section for AMD then a section for Intel.

I'll do a percentage one too then.

aicjofs, not really about the board/CPU combination etc, it's all about the CPU clock speed.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: aicjofs on 01-May-07, 00:01:37
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aicjofs, not really about the board/CPU combination etc, it's all about the CPU clock speed.

I know but since it's an MSI forum I was stating what is MSI and what's not.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 00:10:43
I know but since it's an MSI forum I was stating what is MSI and what's not.

Fair enough.

What percentage overclock you got, aicjofs?

BTW nice RAM overclock you got there :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: aicjofs on 01-May-07, 01:28:36
Let's see QX6700 is 45%
Opteron 165 was 78%  :shocked:  :shocked:
P4 a meager 20% but hey it's stock cooling.

I guess you mean the DDR2 (because the ZX DDR1's were awesome too)?  Yeah they are sweet, these Crucials are 500Mhz 5-5-5 stock, and they run stable at 530 (1060DDR) 4-4-4 at stock volts(2.2V).

Why is you RAM single channel?(I mean I know your sig says 1 stick but why not 2?)

Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: BG84 on 01-May-07, 01:30:55
almost stable : http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=192622
i prefer posting near to stable or stable clock than like suggested already clocks that are suicide shots and dont mean nothing.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 01:47:35
I know I would call it sorta stable as you can boot into Windows and run CPU-Z. :) Why I didn't include my suicide shot of 3.7GHz LOL.

Just POSTing is about 5% stable IMO. Not enough to be listed.

Getting into Windows and running CPU-Z is about 50% stable.

Sweet overclock there BG84. 1.2GHz overclock :biggthumbsup: removed.

Percentage by any chance?

aicjofs,

When I purchased the 1GB stick in November, it cost me £130. I didn't have the budget to afford the £260 DC kit.

BTW, your the top of every list so far :lol_anim:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Exo on 01-May-07, 02:02:27
My opteron 165:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=192630  56% oc
the chip seems to have a 'fsb wall' @ 313 Mhz - Can't go above that no matter what i do, tried 3 boards, lower MP, nothing except massive Vcore helps.  :cry:
Thanks to aicjofs btw for the bios mod wich allows me to select 150Mhz ram divider as the 166Mhz divider doesn't work on this chip.

I'll try to make a 4.3 Ghz suicide shot with my E6700 if i have time - I'm gonne use a spare windows install for that , not currupting my main install  X-((
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 02:07:35
Considering Exo insists on trampling my 3.7GHz... I'll add a Suicide Shot chart too X-((
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: BG84 on 01-May-07, 02:24:11
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Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Exo on 01-May-07, 02:31:49
My MSI MS-7100 powered entry and Opteron 165 now retired. 3202Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=110078

What Vcore was that ? Was it stable ?
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 02:32:16
No need to be so harsh there. It's all fun and games.

If you wish so...

Note to everyone: DON'T post if you don't want to be added. It makes me not waste my time, thank you.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: SillySider03 on 01-May-07, 03:21:32
I don't want to enter, but...Don't make me whip out my e-peen! I have a 3000+ Venice benchable at 3150Mhz, an Opteron 146 benchable at 3400Mhz, a Sempron at 28somethingMhz and a 1600Mhz Duron that benched at 2550Mhz...My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz.

C'mon guys, let's see some clocks!!!
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 03:58:55
SillySlider03,

It isn't a competition, there is no prize. It's just so people can compare their overclock to others. That was my intention of starting this topic anyway...
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: SillySider03 on 01-May-07, 04:55:44
SillySlider03,

It isn't a competition, there is no prize. It's just so people can compare their overclock to others. That was my intention of starting this topic anyway...

I understand it isn't a competition and is just for fun.

Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Lt_JWS on 01-May-07, 05:15:49
Your wish is my command   :hat tip: You know you cant hide from me.....  :lol_anim:

2.8Ghz 1.35vcore in bios with my purdy new 3600+ Brisbane :D

(http://img383.imageshack.us/img383/1139/3600x228ghz8hrse1.th.jpg) (http://img383.imageshack.us/my.php?image=3600x228ghz8hrse1.jpg)

My old E4300 @ 3.6Ghz

(http://img383.imageshack.us/img383/2917/e430036ghzhh3.th.jpg) (http://img383.imageshack.us/my.php?image=e430036ghzhh3.jpg)

and my POS celeron 331 @ 4.3Ghz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=140164
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: aicjofs on 01-May-07, 05:38:34
Quote
What Vcore was that ? Was it stable ?


I think the 3.2Ghz was 1.65V maybe, whatever it was it was alot.  Only a screenshot.  It could bench at 3.15Ghz, and was stable at 3.1Ghz at 1.6V.  But it ran 3.0 at a lower 1.525V so I ran that most of the time.  Like this QX6700, it's prime stable at 3806 at 1.57V but is also stable at 3.66 at 1.5V, when you have a 24/7 rig it seems senseless to give huge amounts of voltage for tiny mhz gains.


@BG84 and Aaron:  I think you 2 are just having a misunderstanding we are just having fun here. 

@SillySider03:
Quote
My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz.
I thought the WR was just under 3500.   :biggthumbsup:

@Lt_JWS:  Those are some pretty numbers all the way around.



Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Russ_xp on 01-May-07, 10:44:50
My highest OC which booted and validated (but fails Orthos) on the Opteron "Denmark" 185 is 3000Mhz (15%).
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=183433

Will have to play with the multi and voltages when I get the time (PS - for Folding SMP I run at 2880).
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 12:48:24
OK, if you want to get added, say so.

@BG84 and Aaron:  I think you 2 are just having a misunderstanding we are just having fun here.

I am trying to just play a little game, but BG84 seems to be taking it seriously.

Keep the numbers rolling people! :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Russ_xp on 01-May-07, 12:58:09
My highest OC which booted and validated (but fails Orthos) on the Opteron "Denmark" 185 is 3000Mhz (15%).
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=183433

Sorry, should have said - Please add me, thanks.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Lt_JWS on 01-May-07, 13:43:31

@Lt_JWS:  Those are some pretty numbers all the way around.


Thanks mate  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 16:23:51
Sorry, should have said - Please add me, thanks.

Added mate. :)

I listed a "Toledo" core, validation is showing "Toledo" anyway.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 01-May-07, 17:27:13
I don't want to enter, but...Don't make me whip out my e-peen! I have a 3000+ Venice benchable at 3150Mhz, an Opteron 146 benchable at 3400Mhz, a Sempron at 28somethingMhz and a 1600Mhz Duron that benched at 2550Mhz...My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz.

C'mon guys, let's see some clocks!!!

"My bro had the WR for 165's at just over 3500Mhz."
nice :biggthumbsup:

have fun mates :D  :hat tip:

here is mine:
(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/banner/192857.png) (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=192857)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: BG84 on 01-May-07, 18:11:00
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Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 21:46:19
I don't recall calling you a liar? I never wrote that anywhere.

BG84, I'm not here to argue and act like little kids would.

But a point I would like to state is:

You are obliging things on false pretenses, I never called you a liar or doubted your integrity. I simply thought you wanted to play along and you reacted the wrong way.

If I am the little kid, think twice about acting immature. Being ageist will get you no where with me. I have no further points to make or state.

I believe you have misunderstood what I first stated.

@BK, you messed with the cvf file didn't you? :lol_anim:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 01-May-07, 21:58:11
@BK, you messed with the cvf file didn't you? :lol_anim:
ehh.., :D ofcourse not :yes: (have a try it..., you can't validate result if you try to play with it)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 22:00:18
ehh.., :D ofcourse not :yes: (have a try it..., you can't validate result if you try to play with it)

Your lying... I know it! X-(( :lol_anim:

If your not: how do you explain a Pentium 6 8500+ then BK? ;-))
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: SillySider03 on 01-May-07, 22:01:49

@SillySider03:  I thought the WR was just under 3500.   :biggthumbsup:


Actually, you are right on. I think his highest validated screen was 3497Mhz.

LT!!! I didn't know you posted here...Good to see ya bud - show'em how it's done  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 01-May-07, 22:18:41
Your lying... I know it! X-(( :lol_anim:

If your not: how do you explain a Pentium 6 8500+ then BK? ;-))

"Your lying... I know it! X-(( :lol_anim:"
nop :lol_anim: not in that way, you can check that personally by trying to play with it.

"If your not: how do you explain a Pentium 6 8500+ then BK? ;-))"

well since i saw yesterday ppl are talking about AMD Pentium 4 (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=107987.0),
why not to exist AMD Pentium 6 then, just for fun.
to be serious its a true result, but fake in same time. e.g. one funny illusion :-))
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 22:23:42
well since i saw yesterday ppl are talking about AMD Pentium 4 (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=107987.0),
why not to exist AMD Pentium 6 then, just for fun.
to be serious its a true result, but fake in same time. e.g. one funny illusion :-))

BK, you sure know how to make a man giggle to himself. :lol_anim:

I'll drop you in on the list then, mate?

Off topic: I wonder if an AMD Pentium will ever exist :think: LOL
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 01-May-07, 22:32:36
BK, you sure know how to make a man giggle to himself. :lol_anim:

I'll drop you in on the list then, mate?

Off topic: I wonder if an AMD Pentium will ever exist :think: LOL
"I'll drop you in on the list then, mate?"
yep would be nice, thanks  :-)) OC % are: 30.92%, CPU exact freq: 2880.147705 Mhz
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 01-May-07, 22:38:12
yep would be nice, thanks  :-)) OC % are: 30.92%, CPU exact freq: 2880.147705 Mhz

Done, mate. :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: henrythe9th on 02-May-07, 03:15:59
Be'ing I dont have internet at home all have to bring it back to the shop to validate but here it is
AMD 148opty @2.92Mhz 1.45v 272x11multi 180mem divider
booted windows and cpu-z, failed any benches
settled for 263x11= 2.893Mhz solid with my mem at ddr480 something

Thats on my new DFI expert, couldn't get any higher than 2.8 on my MSI k8n SLI.
If ya keep the thread going, I'll validate this weekend.
henrythe9th

PS: I want one of those AMD pentium's 6's, sounds like thats the one to have!!!
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Lt_JWS on 02-May-07, 03:55:29
I forgot my Opty 148 :)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=101015

Without the IHS, watercooled  :hat tip:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 02-May-07, 16:14:11
AMD 148opty @2.92Mhz 1.45v 272x11multi 180mem divider
booted windows and cpu-z, failed any benches
settled for 263x11= 2.893Mhz solid with my mem at ddr480 something

Thats on my new DFI expert, couldn't get any higher than 2.8 on my MSI k8n SLI.
If ya keep the thread going, I'll validate this weekend.
henrythe9th

PS: I want one of those AMD pentium's 6's, sounds like thats the one to have!!!

I didn't know an Opty could be so slow, mate? 2.92MHz :lol_anim: Record for world's slowest Opty!!! :bonk:

Only joking man :biggthumbsup:

Thread will be going :) (I hope so anyway)

Remember guys, if you wanna get added you have to say so!! :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Lt_JWS on 02-May-07, 18:28:06
Add all my stuff please  ;D
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 02-May-07, 19:35:39
Lt_JWS,

I added your Celeron 331 to Intel and your 3600+ to AMD. I didn't add the Core 2, because the Celeron walks all over it :shocked_anim:

Those are some pretty big numbers, mate :photo:

Any percentages to en role?
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Russ_xp on 03-May-07, 11:44:41
I listed a "Toledo" core, validation is showing "Toledo" anyway.

CPUz lists my Opteron 185 as Toledo (it is E6) but both Everest and CBid list it as a Denmark core. Perhaps you could also add me to the AMD and Percentage lists (15%), thanks.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 03-May-07, 22:13:44
CPUz lists my Opteron 185 as Toledo (it is E6) but both Everest and CBid list it as a Denmark core.

Fair enough, must be a detection problem in CPU-Z.

Perhaps you could also add me to the AMD and Percentage lists (15%), thanks.

Sorry about that, was in a slight rush, had to be somewhere. Done now mate :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Lt_JWS on 05-May-07, 21:22:35
Lt_JWS,
Any percentages to en role?

I guess you could add the E4300... it was an 100% overclock   ;D
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 05-May-07, 23:56:48
Lt_JWS,

Just wondering, but do you operate your rigs in a freezer or something? :lol_anim:

Shall add it mate.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: bishbosh on 08-May-07, 10:07:24
I managed to overclock my Core2 Duo E6400 from 2.13GHz to 3.2GHz stable, which is a 50% overclock.
The FSB went up from 266 to 400.

Edit:

CPU-Z Validation http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=192286 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=192286)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Lt_JWS on 08-May-07, 21:40:36
Lt_JWS,

Just wondering, but do you operate your rigs in a freezer or something? :lol_anim:

Shall add it mate.

Nope... just normal air cooling  :biggthumbsup: ... but thats not a bad idea :lol_anim:  I got the E4300 up to 3.8Ghz but it wouldn't go into windows  :undecided:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 09-May-07, 03:56:42
Nope... just normal air cooling  :biggthumbsup: ... but thats not a bad idea :lol_anim:

I dread to see what you'l hit if you do...

"Oh look everybody I hit 10GHz... With the use of a freezer! ;D" :lol_anim:

bishbosh, I'll add yours tomorrow, time for me to get some sleep.

Done! :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Vaniireq on 23-May-07, 05:12:15
Hi all...

I looked at this post hoping to see how people were doing with the E6600, but didn't see any E6600s listed.
So I figured I might as well do a modest overclock and post it...

E6600@3600Mhz  50% overclock

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200505 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200505)

Please add it to the list
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 25-May-07, 00:59:14
E6600@3600Mhz  50% overclock

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200505 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=200505)

Please add it to the list

Done mate :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Steffoen on 25-May-07, 12:34:06
Hmm on a 975x board.. anyone got easy 400+ FSB on a P6N?
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 26-May-07, 01:54:01
This will be my setting for now:

E4300 @ 3150 MHz - 75% OC

CPU-Z Validation (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=201436)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 26-May-07, 02:25:59
Added, Quadrifoglio Verde. :)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: DryHeat on 26-May-07, 08:27:18
I've given it all she's got:

E6300 1860 MHz @ 2981 MHz = 60% OC

CPU-Z Validation (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=201545)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: ANewPrelusion on 06-June-07, 10:16:39
Yay! Here's my ridiculously unstable OC.

E6600 @ 3698.17 MHz
54% OC

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=205392 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=205392)

I'd rather not exceed 1.45V on air for any higher  :undecided:

Please add me to the list.
Thank You
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: madmav on 06-June-07, 11:36:08
Count me in too  :biggthumbsup: Core 2 Duo 6420 (Conroe) 3200Ghz - windows stable, even can run orthos for some time   ;-))

Hey Quadrifoglio you are running your Ram in single channel  :rolleyes: ? The CPU-Z Validation shows it is single.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Stick on 06-June-07, 14:03:21
my OC is in the sig, but that is the regular operating speed. i have to redo the 2.7 GHz OC and get the CPU-Z validation for it.
so, CBBID0451 Winnie 3000+ (200 X 9) @ 2601 MHz, ~+44.5%. if i remember correctly, there was no winnie 3000+ that passed 2750 on stock cooling. the highest i hit on mine was 2710, but windows was locking up at loading. with some memory tweaking it would've booted at that speed.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 06-June-07, 14:17:42
madmav,

You need a CPU-Z validation.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: DazBoz on 07-June-07, 18:48:27
Hi, just broke 400fsb by replacing my Geil 6400 with some G.SKILL 6400

Vcore at 'auto' so sure there is more to come :)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=205794
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: madmav on 07-June-07, 22:54:05
Here it is - the CPU-Z validation - i am sure it can boot even at 410 or more but i just don't wont to reset the bios at some point  ;-))

Edit: op i booted with 425 FSB :P enough stable to validate it :D ( i needed to reset the bios haha, it can run even more only if you don't let it do cold reboots  :biggthumbsup: )

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=205867 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=205867)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 08-June-07, 01:16:09
Hey Quadrifoglio you are running your Ram in single channel  :rolleyes: ? The CPU-Z Validation shows it is single.
I know...

Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 11-June-07, 01:16:15
*bump*
New OC:

Core 2 Duo E4300 @ 3510 MHz (390 x 9) - 95% OC

CPU-Z validation:
click (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=206796)

 :yes:

*edit*
AaronYuri?  ;-))
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Bio-Hazard on 13-June-07, 14:41:18
OK, can I play along too........... :shocked:

Here's my little E4300, not to bad I guess.......... :-P)

3712.45 MHz (412.49 * 9)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=187008 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=187008)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Stick on 13-June-07, 15:30:19
bio-hazard, was it stable? how's the temps under load with water cooling?
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Bio-Hazard on 13-June-07, 15:41:34
Nope, not stable, but stable enough to run some SuperPi and a few other benchmarks.

I have no idea what full load temps get up to .............it won't stay running long enough under full load to fully heat the thing up. But in Bios is reporting around 30c on a average morning idle.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 16-June-07, 02:42:04
And an update: I just had my E6600 @ 398xMHz, however I'm having posting trouble with the board @ 425+FSB. I managed to run SuperPI in 12 seconds though. I'll post a validation when I can get the board to boot @ 440FSB again. This board seems to decide when it wants to complete POST. It always freezes just before verifying DMI pool data.

I'll make all the changes now, I haven't been looking in on the thread. :bonk:

OK, all changes have been made. ;D

After two hours of tweaking:

Check this out!! http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=208433 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=208433)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: aicjofs on 16-June-07, 05:05:40
Now thats how to get it done Aaron.   :biggthumbsup: Good job, that's what a skilled clocker should be getting for a E6600 that board and the cooling.  Very nice...
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 16-June-07, 05:15:28
Cheers for the complimant aicjofs. :)

I shall keep pushing the barrier, I'm gonna drop a 3400rpm fan on the Scythe and see if I can go any higher.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Stick on 16-June-07, 10:21:05
After two hours of tweaking:

Check this out!! http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=208433 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=208433)

that's excellent. congratulations on 4GHz  ;-))
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 16-June-07, 10:32:43
that's excellent. congratulations on 4GHz  ;-))

Thanks Stick. As soon as I can break this 455FSB barrier, I assure you, more shall be coming. :yes:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Exo on 16-June-07, 12:29:11
Cheers for the complimant aicjofs. :)

I shall keep pushing the barrier, I'm gonna drop a 3400rpm fan on the Scythe and see if I can go any higher.

Yes, that's the way... None of these silent fans that don't move any air.
Let it make noise, it needs to cool !!  :lol_anim:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 16-June-07, 12:35:59
Yes, that's the way... None of these silent fans that don't move any air.
Let it make noise, it needs to cool !!  :lol_anim:

A very lot!! It took 1.6v just to get it into Windows @ 4GHz. :shocked_anim:

Well @ 3.6GHz I'm on 56c on both cores load. Orthos for 2 hours. Passes any benches, can't run TAT, don't work on 64-bit, damn thing! :biggthumbsdown:

When I get around this 455FSB barrier I'll hopefully get 4.2GHz just to be top of the list. ;D
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Bio-Hazard on 16-June-07, 16:02:28


I'll make all the changes now, I haven't been looking in on the thread. :bonk:

OK, all changes have been made. ;D

You missed the Top 10 (%) listing.............. :shocked_anim: My little E4300 is over a 100% OC............... :idea:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 16-June-07, 17:52:19
Bio-Hazard,

I couldn't add it, you never said how much it was. I'll add it now.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Bio-Hazard on 17-June-07, 00:25:55
Opps, sorry, my bad........thanks.........:)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: bishbosh on 18-June-07, 09:52:02
Bio-Hazard,

I couldn't add it, you never said how much it was. I'll add it now.

In that case, could you add me to the Top 10 (%) listing as well?
This post https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=107990.msg801536#msg801536 shows more.

Cheers
bishbosh
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: frans2h on 27-June-07, 17:40:49
Hi All...just got my 975x PUE at 3367 Mhz ( 420 x 8 ) and stable after 24 hour prime95....but still looking to used lower vcore..i'm at 1.4v ( Bios Setting ) and idle 53c, load 56c...

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=212051
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 27-June-07, 18:21:01
Added. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: BG84 on 13-August-07, 15:09:45
thanx Aaron for adding me
sorry Lt_JWS   :lol_anim:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 13-August-07, 15:54:54
Aaron,
would you mind adding me to place 4 in AMD section just after BK who is 9 mhz ahead of me (see sig: opteron 165 @ 2871mhz, 60% oc) ? ;-))
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 13-August-07, 17:26:32
Aaron,
would you mind adding me to place 4 in AMD section just after BK who is 9 mhz ahead of me (see sig: opteron 165 @ 2871mhz, 60% oc) ? ;-))

Done. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 13-August-07, 18:08:44
 ;D Thanks a lot!
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 16-August-07, 21:24:12
Aaron, I hope you won't get mad at me but I tweaked a little for this suicide shot: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=230288

So ending up in 2952mhz, 64% oc with my opteron 165 "Denmark". 81mhz more than everyday clocking and stable enough for posting and cpuz ;-))
It would be very nice if you could change the ranking :hypocrite:
 
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 20-August-07, 14:42:51
New cpu and some new OC results:

E6600 running Orthos stable at 464 x 7 = 3248 MHz

Not that big of an OC, but the motherboard runs this amazing FSB still without changing any motherboard related voltages. It only required a DRAM voltage of 2.2v (which is the rated voltage for my memory) and a Vcore bump to 1.325v.

(http://img166.imagevenue.com/loc751/th_13958_Super_Pi_3248_928_122_751lo.JPG) (http://img166.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=13958_Super_Pi_3248_928_122_751lo.JPG)

(http://img129.imagevenue.com/loc566/th_13287_DQ6_NBCC_464x7_122_566lo.jpg) (http://img129.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=13287_DQ6_NBCC_464x7_122_566lo.jpg)

Northbridge core clock at an amazing QDR of 2388 MHz without breaking a sweat. Damn, this is easy... :yes:
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: 4n70n on 21-August-07, 06:03:25
Just quick test MSI P35 Platinum Combo with E6850 G0
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=227210 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=227210)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 02:09:27
My Sandiego 3700+ at K8N SLI FI with moded platinum bios ( thx bosskiller ;) )

2905MHz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=234934
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 27-August-07, 09:14:30
Congratz, nice work! K8N Sli Fi does really rock when modded.
Although a little ungrateful to claim Bosskillers rank 4 ....  ;-))
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 09:58:49
New Result:

2948MHz and if i want higher i must change cooling system because i have poor  :(

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=235019
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 27-August-07, 13:04:28
New Result:

2948MHz and if i want higher i must change cooling system because i have poor  :(

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=235019
hmm very nice :biggthumbsup:
vcore used? underload temp?
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 13:36:41
Vcore 1.53 Temp in underload 47 (Core)

Not stable in prime95
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 27-August-07, 13:38:39
47'C under load? That is very good, very low load temp.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 13:39:35
Temp is low but CPU is not stable :(

Cpu over 2750MHz cannot pass prime95 stress test ( More volts to cpu cannot change anything)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 27-August-07, 13:41:48
Clock is too high, reduce htt in 5mhz steps. When stable try increasing in 1mhz steps 'til unstable then go back one mhz of htt
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 13:47:29
I'm bench my computer with old 3dmark2001se because i want to beat my own record, and over 2640MHz results are lower than in lower CPU speeds. Why??
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 27-August-07, 13:58:54
Are you setting a different (lower) mem divider to get higher cpu clocks? I saw you were running the sticks with just 173.4 MHz to reach 2942mhz
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 14:01:11
Yes i set memory divider to lower because my 4 kingston sticks don't tolerate higher mhz, this is only DDR400 :/
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 27-August-07, 14:05:29
Then you are getting lower results because of the lower mem clock
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Pichu on 27-August-07, 14:24:51
Then i must change my sticks and cpu cooler to other..... Big THX for advices flobelix ;)
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 27-August-07, 14:26:15
also made a tests with 3dmark 06 which is sensitive to the CPU freq.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 27-August-07, 14:28:14
Quote
Big THX for advices flobelix

 :biggthumbsup: Not at all, glad I could help
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Aaron on 27-August-07, 23:50:58
also made a tests with 3dmark 06 which is sensitive to the CPU freq.

And NB clock, just going from 400 to 450 and dropping multi to 8, I get another 100 points on CPU bench. ;D

I'll add all the new additions now...

EDIT: I'm beaing beaten by 10MHz... Not for long! :hypocrite:

Update: Listed new people, added a stable section too.
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: flobelix on 28-August-07, 00:11:51
Good Idea with stable ranking
Well, then I'm offering my stable everyday setting of 2871mhz (see sig) for stable ranking. Although I think the Intel cpus will kick me out of the ranking as their stable default clocks are mostly higher. Maybe this should also be divided into an Intel and an AMD section.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 04-September-07, 11:42:00
UPDATE: *Fix +Addition -Removal /Modification

+ Stable ranking: both AMD and Intel

/ Seperated suicide and stable overclocks better

/ Modified title from "The Highest CPU Clocks on the Forum" to "Overclock Database"

Also considering a RAM MHz section after CPUs are filled...
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Svenomous on 05-September-07, 03:07:01
Might as well throw me on the list too hehe..

My old 3500+ venice max stable http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=151529

tried a suicide on it but only got 2840, too scared to burn it up with excess voltage ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Jack on 09-September-07, 02:04:13
@AaronYuri:

I was really board last night and decided to play a little with some frequencies and voltages.

The results don't look too bad, I think. Can you them to the list as well?  :)

E6600 @4023 MHz / FSB@447 MHz (975X Plat. PUE)

With a little tweaking and better cooling it should be possible to reduce the Core voltage a little.  But that sounds more like a project for winter time.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=240209

Screen Shot:

(http://img67.imageshack.us/img67/3051/oc2te2.jpg)

Full Screenshot (CPU-Z, Ev. CPU ID, Core Temp, Super Pi):

Screenshot (http://img250.imageshack.us/img250/707/ocscreenshotnx2.jpg)


Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 10-September-07, 11:14:27
Congratulations, Jack the Newbie! :biggthumbsup:

Great PI times too...
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Bofast on 10-September-07, 17:24:42
Still working on mine, only started this morning.

Opteron 165 @ 2520 MHz (stock voltage)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=240844

Oh, and temps are currently about 45-46 C on core0 and 47-49 on core1 under load, more like 32 on both idle
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 10-September-07, 17:55:08
Stable?
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Bofast on 10-September-07, 17:55:50
So far, it looks dual Prime stable, yes  :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: bishbosh on 11-September-07, 11:04:42
AaronYuri

Just for info but my overclock listed above is stable. I never tried a suicide shot.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: frans2h on 15-September-07, 18:14:55
Hi....just trying to OC the q6600...and got stable at 370 x9 with orthos running 12 hours..still looking for higher speed...

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=242099
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: cloud9ja on 21-September-07, 10:33:54
im sad i dont have my cpu oc pics no more n im upgrading systems at this point n suffering on an old p3 800mhz with only 512mb ram :(

my msi 8600gts 512mb silent is collecting dust beside my Xfi plat and gskill 800 cl4,4,2,5 ram :(

however i wanna know if we can show video card ocs and if u can add a section for highest fsb oc ?

(http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h10/nerophine/x1900xtoc.jpg)
(http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h10/nerophine/work/gpu750mhz.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: htismaqe on 16-October-07, 03:31:17
Here's my overclock...I got 20% out of a 5200+.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=255251

EDIT:  This is stable.  Have tried several suicide configs, but didn't save CVF's for them.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: HenryW on 16-October-07, 04:23:38
I think this thread needs split between AMD & Intel. Just a personal opinion.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 16-October-07, 04:40:26
Does seem unfair on AMD users, as they don't go beyond around 3GHz, while Core 2 can clock that undervolted.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: htismaqe on 16-October-07, 04:46:04
Does seem unfair on AMD users, as they don't go beyond around 3GHz, while Core 2 can clock that undervolted.

Not really unfair.  It just highlights raw speed over all else, even though clock speed is only one piece of total performance...
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 17-October-07, 02:41:51
Once I get my X1950XTX (Thursday or Friday) I will lap the IFX-14, then I'll ram about 1.7v into this E6600 and clock it to about 454 x 9 (4086MHz)

Hopefully higher... ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: htismaqe on 17-October-07, 03:47:15
Maybe to make it more "fair" you add some kind of competitive scoring - couldn't something like SuperPI be used for that?
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 17-October-07, 07:43:27
Nope, the Core 2's large L2 cache buries any time an Athlon X2 can do.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Pchas01 on 20-October-07, 17:36:01
Okay, here's my stable overclock...

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=257184

I can get it to suicide levels, but why, just to blue screen or lock up?   Nah....

Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 22-October-07, 01:14:16
I'm still listed with my E4300 in the opening post. Here's my E6600 at 24/7 OC:

(http://img159.imagevenue.com/loc848/th_43119_DQ6_2_3296_MHz_Orthos_122_848lo.JPG) (http://img159.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=43119_DQ6_2_3296_MHz_Orthos_122_848lo.JPG)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=257875 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=257875)

QV w/ Core 2 Duo "Conroe" E6600 @ 3296 MHz
Title: Re: The Highest CPU Clocks On the Forum
Post by: Svet on 23-October-07, 06:02:18
Aaron, I hope you won't get mad at me but I tweaked a little for this suicide shot: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=230288

So ending up in 2952mhz, 64% oc with my opteron 165 "Denmark". 81mhz more than everyday clocking and stable enough for posting and cpuz ;-))
It would be very nice if you could change the ranking :hypocrite:
 

omg.. that's awesome... Its 100% stable? undeload temp? do you got some OC results with 180 or 185 models to share too?
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 23-October-07, 07:13:56
I've decided I'm going to rewrite this, along with "The Vista Guide".

Next few days prepare for "Overclock Database 2.0" and "The Vista Guide 2.0".

I will:

+ 4GHz only section

+ 3999MHz and below section (but won't be named that of course)

Few other stuff too.

Don't ask what it may end up like. Because I simply have no idea. :bonk:

If you have any suggestions, do post them!

Thank you.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 23-October-07, 18:57:13
Quote
Its 100% stable?

No, 2952mhz is suicide. 2872mhz is 100% which is also quite nice as 1072mhz more than stock.

Quote
undeload temp?
55°C while running Prime95 or Orthos.

Quote
do you got some OC results with 180 or 185 models to share too?
I could share my results with Opteron 180 I had before. Same stepping like the good 165 (Denmark E6) but it oc'ed poorly. Just 2.6ghz or ridiculous 200mhz over stock and nothing more. Couldn't get it higher no matter the vcore. Not on my K8N SLi Platinum, not on my modded SLi FI and not on my K8N Diamond Plus. Seems I really got a bad one.

Aaron, what should this 4ghz/below ranking look like? I think you would still need to divide it into AMD/Intel so we'd have four sections (maybe no AMD section +4ghz needed so far). Maybe you could therefor skip stable section. I think the others wouldn't argue about that as we two are the only ones listed there so far ;D
As we have the possibility to verify with gpuz you should add vga oc too. Maybe only stable clocks verified by gpuz and 3dmark result screenshot.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 23-October-07, 19:11:59
So I have to lap my heatsink, re-write this along with "The Vista Guide", all in a week.

I was also thinking of scraping stable section, as we certainly are the only ones. So I will stick to suicide or whatever people want to en role, I could put stable in brackets or something if they wished so.

Yes, there will only be Intel 4GHz section and 3999 section will be splitted between AMD and Intel too. Otherwise Intel would be clogging up the spots.

As for what it will all look like, I basically have no idea, I'll think something up... Unless anyone has ideas?
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Svet on 23-October-07, 22:10:40
No, 2952mhz is suicide. 2872mhz is 100% which is also quite nice as 1072mhz more than stock.
55°C while running Prime95 or Orthos.
I could share my results with Opteron 180 I had before. Same stepping like the good 165 (Denmark E6) but it oc'ed poorly. Just 2.6ghz or ridiculous 200mhz over stock and nothing more. Couldn't get it higher no matter the vcore. Not on my K8N SLi Platinum, not on my modded SLi FI and not on my K8N Diamond Plus. Seems I really got a bad one.

Aaron, what should this 4ghz/below ranking look like? I think you would still need to divide it into AMD/Intel so we'd have four sections (maybe no AMD section +4ghz needed so far). Maybe you could therefor skip stable section. I think the others wouldn't argue about that as we two are the only ones listed there so far ;D
As we have the possibility to verify with gpuz you should add vga oc too. Maybe only stable clocks verified by gpuz and 3dmark result screenshot.

"No, 2952mhz is suicide. 2872mhz is 100% which is also quite nice as 1072mhz more than stock."
yeah its really excellent results :-))

"55°C while running Prime95 or Orthos."
nice too :yes:

"I could share my results with Opteron 180 I had before. Same stepping like the good 165 (Denmark E6) but it oc'ed poorly. Just 2.6ghz or ridiculous 200mhz over stock and nothing more. Couldn't get it higher no matter the vcore. Not on my K8N SLi Platinum, not on my modded SLi FI and not on my K8N Diamond Plus. Seems I really got a bad one."


hmm, hope to be more lucky then :-)) planning to get opty 185 till a week or so, thanks for the info :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 23-October-07, 22:51:05
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hmm, hope to be more lucky then  planning to get opty 185 till a week or so, thanks for the info

You're welcome! Nice choice the Opty 185, best you can get for 939. Keep an eye on choosing the right mem divider. Some dual core optys are behaving real strange when oc'ed like accepting only certain mem dividers. I think I already told about my 165 just working with 200:150 and no higher nor lower divider. Maybe you remember that, it was the reason I couldn't use my Diamond Plus in main rig. I hope yours won't cause such trouble. A big plus with a 185 compared to 165 are the lower HT clocks you need for high cpu clocks. Strange behaviour usally comes with higher HT clocks. With a little tweaking and the knowledge you got 3.0ghz should be a realistic result. I hope you'll keep us and especially me (because I'm very curous for your results) updated. If you you'll need any further info please ask. 

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So I will stick to suicide or whatever people want to en role
That's what I thought too. The problem is we can't verify a clockrate posted is really stable just by looking at cpuz validation. That way stable section would be a joke. It's the same with setting "stable" in brackets as it won't have any weight. Not everyone would - like us - post a lower frequency as stable if he could maybe get a better ranking with the not 100% clockrate. As we can't verify we have to rank by the posted cpuz validation. I don't know any way to make sure a setting posted is 100%.
As four sections are ok and no AMD +4ghz setting needed we should stick to the Top10 (%) because it allows having AMD and Intel systems in one ranking.
The look of the old database is ok, I liked it. Hard to do it real different. Thinking about it too.
So you want to rewrite some threads, that's a lot of work, isn't it?   
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Svet on 23-October-07, 23:43:46
You're welcome! Nice choice the Opty 185, best you can get for 939. Keep an eye on choosing the right mem divider. Some dual core optys are behaving real strange when oc'ed like accepting only certain mem dividers. I think I already told about my 165 just working with 200:150 and no higher nor lower divider. Maybe you remember that, it was the reason I couldn't use my Diamond Plus in main rig. I hope yours won't cause such trouble. A big plus with a 185 compared to 165 are the lower HT clocks you need for high cpu clocks. Strange behaviour usally comes with higher HT clocks. With a little tweaking and the knowledge you got 3.0ghz should be a realistic result. I hope you'll keep us and especially me (because I'm very curous for your results) updated. If you you'll need any further info please ask.   

Yes i will :-)) but 1st to get it into the hands :-)) will be deliver from Germany from mate there, cause here such "old" parts has gone long time ago.. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 24-October-07, 00:00:39
You won't say we only have old stuff here in my home country, won't you?  ;D
Yeah, it's quite hard to get one these days. Just took a look and found only two shops having a 185 in stock for 209-229€. Where will your mate get it?
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Svet on 24-October-07, 00:05:25
You won't say we only have old stuff here in my home country, won't you?  ;D
Yeah, it's quite hard to get one these days. Just took a look and found only two shops having a 185 in stock for 209-229€. Where will your mate get it?

"Yeah, it's quite hard to get one these days. Just took a look and found only two shops having a 185 in stock for 209-229€. Where will your mate get it?"
not sure, he will dig for it in a few days.

"You won't say we only have old stuff here in my home country, won't you?  ;D"

 :lol_anim: nop i didn't mean that :-)) just better option to find what you need  :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 24-October-07, 01:29:48
So you want to rewrite some threads, that's a lot of work, isn't it?   

A crap load of work. Have to think up a way to make it look different, which takes ages. Then you actually have to do it, then see if it looks right, if you think it's acceptable blah blah blah... Quite a big task, considering I'm going to rewrite 3 threads too.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 24-October-07, 09:31:57
Aaron, maybe this is quite too much work. As the look is not that bad we should leave it like that and only change the sections. Just like having top ten oc Intel / oc AMD and a section top ten Xtreme (4ghz +). Look could be like it is now. I'm also still into thinking how it could be a little pepped up.
So I'll collaborate on it as much as possible.

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not sure, he will dig for it in a few days.

BK, I will also keep my eyes open and tell you if I find a nice offer over here. This (http://geizhals.at/redir.cgi?h=primustronix-de&loc=http:%2F%2Fwww.primustronix.de%2Findex.html%3Fvp_id%3Dgzh01_p%26product_code%3D20077415%26product_group%3D600976%26fct%3Dinfo) is the cheapest offer I found for an Opty 185 in stock. It's at 203,54€. There are many cheaper offers but none of those have on in stock. Situation with 180s is even worse.
If you're ready for risking more oc nescessary get a 175. I can get it here (http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/info/p0112310?pid=geizhals) for 100,53€ which is quite cheap. As you see from my results getting a faster stock cpu doesn't mean they'll oc better. So I'd risk it I guess rather than spending twice the money on a 185.
A shop near to my home offers a 185 for 157,85. But they don't have it in stock and they tell the customer to book one. Maybe that means they'll get some but usually they add a date when they'll have it in stock. As they didn't in that case it could be weeks or never. Anyway here's the link (http://www.ebug-europe.com/bug/default.asp?PageNo=DEFAULT&DeepLink=%2CPA10000D%2C110045127%2C%2C)
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 24-October-07, 09:58:13
Finally got the new project stable. The AM2 5200+EE is now at 3250mhz, 1.44V and running Orthos for more than 16 hours!

(http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u274/flobelix/16h.jpg) (http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u274/flobelix/16h.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 24-October-07, 10:42:16
I didn't mean like a re-write re-write. Just a good patch up job, sort of like a refresh of the thread.

Was thinking along the lines of horizontal lines between each section, make everything more readable and digestible.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 24-October-07, 11:52:25
Sounds good! I thought of just slight changes like the following. We could also skip % ranking but add % to the ranked result. Making it necessary to have more than 20% oc to be added.

                    TOP 10 OC                   
You'll find the forum's best overclockers here

Xtreme (4ghz or more)

1 - Pchas01 w/ Pentium 4 "Prescott" 670 @ 4403MHz
2 - BG84 w/ Penitum 4 631 4349Mhz
3 - Lt_JWS w/ Celeron 331 @ 4320Mhz
4 - Jack the Newbie w/ Core 2 Duo "Conroe" E6600 @ 4023MHz
5 - 4n70n w/ Core 2 Duo E6850 @ 4014Mhz
6 - AaronYuri w/ Core 2 Duo "Conroe" E6600 @ 4004MHz
....


Intel

1 - aicjofs w/ Core 2 Quad "Kentsfield" QX6700 @ 3895MHz
2 - Bio-Hazard w/ Core 2 Duo "Allendale" E4300 @ 3712MHz
3 - ANewPrelusion w/ Core 2 Duo "Conroe" E6600 @ 3698MHz
4 - Vaniireq w/ Core 2 Duo "Conroe" E6600 @ 3600MHz
...

AMD

1 - ....

OR getting it all centered like:

     TOP 10 OC     



Xtreme (4ghz or more)

1 - Pchas01 w/ Pentium 4 "Prescott" 670 @ 4403MHz
2 - ...                                                               
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: htismaqe on 24-October-07, 15:57:00
Finally got the new project stable. The AM2 5200+EE is now at 3250mhz, 1.44V and running Orthos for more than 16 hours!

Nice.  I could only get my AM2 5200+ to 3.125Ghz at 1.45V.

What are your other specs?

EDIT:  Nevermind, I see your Everest screenshot.  We've got the same mobo, same chipset, looks like our RAM is similar.  I just couldn't get mine to go to 250Mhz FSB.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 24-October-07, 21:48:34
That was a good layout flobelix!

I will consider using that.

Still thinking about ideas, might go for the center look...
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 24-October-07, 21:57:40
I also liked the center look. The only problem is, it takes a little more work to look perfect but when it's done it outdoes the simple list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: Aaron on 28-October-07, 06:22:35
It's done, I think it looks much better!

But I lost my CPU-Z validations links. Damn it!
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: flobelix on 28-October-07, 12:01:24
Looks great! Good job! Now everything is really more readable and digestible.
Maybe you could add me with my new setup (sig). 3250mhz should get me to the top of AMD ranking :dance: . In the meantime you might need some sleep I guess, you worked all night, didn't you?
Title: Re: Overclock Database
Post by: htismaqe on 29-October-07, 15:33:09
Looks great! Good job! Now everything is really more readable and digestible.
Maybe you could add me with my new setup (sig). 3250mhz should get me to the top of AMD ranking :dance: . In the meantime you might need some sleep I guess, you worked all night, didn't you?


I still can't believe you got 3250 out of yours.  I tried over the weekend to go there and even with HTT at 1x and memory on the loosest timings, my CPU wouldn't pass more than 5 minutes of Orthos at 250x13.   :wall:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 29-October-07, 15:44:57
Maybe you weren't that lucky with your core. The 3.12ghz you got are also real nice and beating a 6000+ by 120mhz. Considering that K8 architecture really doesn't like clocks above 3ghz you scored well. Also don't forget that I have an EE which usually offers more potential than an ordinary 5200+. So I got JUST 130mhz more although it's an EE.
Tests show I could get mine to 3.3ghz but since my oc ram died I have to wait for the replacements to come before continuing tweaking. 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 29-October-07, 15:58:38
Maybe you weren't that lucky with your core. The 3.12ghz you got are also real nice and beating a 6000+ by 120mhz. Considering that K8 architecture really doesn't like clocks above 3ghz you scored well. Also don't forget that I have an EE which usually offers more potential than an ordinary 5200+. So I got JUST 130mhz more although it's an EE.
Tests show I could get mine to 3.3ghz but since my oc ram died I have to wait for the replacements to come before continuing tweaking. 

Ah, that's right.  My 5200+ isn't an EE.  For what I paid for my setup, I'm pretty pleased overall...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 29-October-07, 16:18:28
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I'm pretty pleased overall...

 :biggthumbsup: You should be, good job with your cpu. Only your ram needs some tweaking as it's just at DDR2-480. At that low clocks even the nice latencies can't add any performance. Did you buy very cheap ram or are you still tweaking?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 29-October-07, 16:36:51
:biggthumbsup: You should be, good job with your cpu. Only your ram needs some tweaking as it's just at DDR2-480. At that low clocks even the nice latencies can't add any performance. Did you buy very cheap ram or are you still tweaking?

No, I bought cheap RAM.  I paid under $700 for the entire setup.

I could probably cut the mem divider from CPU/13 to CPU/10, but I would have to raise my timings to 4-4-4-10-15-1T.  Is the trade-off worth it?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-October-07, 18:11:03
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I could probably cut the mem divider from CPU/13 to CPU/10, but I would have to raise my timings to 4-4-4-10-15-1T.  Is the trade-off worth it?

Since cpu/10 would get your ram to DDR-2 624 this would be a bit better since ddr-2 480 is really low. I'd do it rather than staying with those faster timings.
Your Validation link shows you got PC2 6400 (ddr2-800) ram so why are you not using even higher mem clocks? Cpu/8 would take you to ddr2-780 (390mhz) what would be way better even if you need to use 5-5-5-18.

What kind of ram do you have exactly? Specs?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 31-October-07, 21:18:37
Since cpu/10 would get your ram to DDR-2 624 this would be a bit better since ddr-2 480 is really low. I'd do it rather than staying with those faster timings.
Your Validation link shows you got PC2 6400 (ddr2-800) ram so why are you not using even higher mem clocks? Cpu/8 would take you to ddr2-780 (390mhz) what would be way better even if you need to use 5-5-5-18.

What kind of ram do you have exactly? Specs?

I was going off of recommendations made in this forum that the timings were the key so I sacrificed mem freq for tight timings.

I don't remember exactly what the SPD timings were in CPU-Z for CPU/8 and CPU/7.

I know that 200Mhz (CPU/13) was 3-3-3-5-11-1T and 266Mhz was 4-4-4-10-14-1T.  I'm running the CPU/13 timings with the CPU FSB overclocked to 240Mhz, so there's some room there.  I just haven't tried tweaking mem freq at all because I was so focused on keeping the tight timings.  Also, I haven't touched memory voltage at all - I'm not even sure when and if I need to change it.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-October-07, 21:51:12
Tight timings aren't the magical cure for a am2 system if you don't even reach the ram speed which is standard for am2 cpus. These are rated with ddr2-800. When you're just at ddr2-480 you're system is slower than a cpu with same clockspeed and ddr2-800 no matter the timings.
Your performance will be very much improved with higer ram clocks.
According to your validation, you have ddr2-800 ram but you're running it at half that speed. The instructions you followed were surely meant for ddr1 systems. So I strongly recommend to try getting more clockspeed. I'd try cpu/8 at 5-5-5-18 2T. If that works try cpu/7.
If it's unstable try increasing mem voltge to 2.0v, max 2.2v
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 31-October-07, 22:08:55
I'll give it a try.

Thanks!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 01-November-07, 01:19:03
I'm posting from the machine right now.

It's sitting stable with DDR2 @ 446Mhz, timings at 5-5-5-15-20-2T.

Should I leave it?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 01-November-07, 01:25:53
Run ORTHOS for a few hours, that will test stability.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 01-November-07, 01:31:37
Run ORTHOS for a few hours, that will test stability.

Yeah, I plan on running Orthos overnight to be 100% sure, but it passes short test on S&M, which is a fairly decent indicator that it will be close...

My question is this:

If it's stable, would you leave it with such loose timings, given that the mem freq is now so much higher?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 01-November-07, 12:48:46
These settings are way better! High clocks will compensate timings by far. Performance will be increased.
Congrats, 446mhz is really nice! Just test it to be stable!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 01-November-07, 14:09:03
12 hours of Orthos says it's stable.   :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 01-November-07, 15:06:47
 :agrees: Great! Fast system for little money!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 01-November-07, 19:07:18
Thanks for all of the help you guys.

This forum rules!  :agrees:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 01-November-07, 19:11:05
 :biggthumbsup: You're welcome!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 01-November-07, 23:31:59
Ok Aaron,

  Here's the latest, I turned the DDR down and turned up the voltage to the CPU, it's not stable, but it will run CPU-Z with no problem. 



   http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=262412


Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 14-November-07, 22:27:12
 :hypocrite: So, new result for my 5200+ EE: 3511mhz (271x13) http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=268170

 ;-)) Suicide but quite impressive for a 90nm X2. It took 1.53v according to everest. Sadly couldn't boot Windows with 3.6ghz although it passed post screen and started loading...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 15-November-07, 02:55:45
:hypocrite: So, new result for my 5200+ EE: 3511mhz (271x13) http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=268170

 ;-)) Suicide but quite impressive for a 90nm X2. It took 1.53v according to everest. Sadly couldn't boot Windows with 3.6ghz although it passed post screen and started loading...

that's really nice result :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 19-November-07, 21:38:01
:hypocrite: So, new result for my 5200+ EE: 3511mhz (271x13) http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=268170

 ;-)) Suicide but quite impressive for a 90nm X2. It took 1.53v according to everest. Sadly couldn't boot Windows with 3.6ghz although it passed post screen and started loading...

I'm not surprise on the voltage, I was well into 1.55-1.6v range when trying to max mine out.  I haven't really tried a suicide, though...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: BG84 on 23-November-07, 01:44:55
Ok Aaron,

  Here's the latest, I turned the DDR down and turned up the voltage to the CPU, it's not stable, but it will run CPU-Z with no problem. 



   http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=262412


Paul

thats really nice, a 700mhz overclock, keep up the good work
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 27-November-07, 02:52:44
Thanks BG84,

  Unfortunately, I blew a bios flash and put my board into under-drive...lol.  MSI kindly RMA'd it, in fact, it's on the way back to me, due in tomorrow.  In the meantime, a friend gave me a E6750 2.66 and said he'd like me to get it to at least 3.66, so if MSI has reflashed w/ bios 1.2 or 1.3, I'll plug it in and see what happens.  I'm adding some additional cooling and swapping in two 1GB sticks of Crucial PC6400.  I have a couple of 8600GTS' heading my way too.  I just hope the board isn't DOA....!    Ciao for now. 

Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bleek on 29-November-07, 18:37:59
MSI K92A Platinum, Athlon 5000+ Black Edition, 2GB GeIL Black Dragon DDR2 6400.

This was the first run, I've not even started to tweak it yet. :D

(http://valid.x86-secret.com/ccpuz.php?id=275026)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=275026
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 05-December-07, 02:31:00
Put me in, coach!  ;-))

(http://valid.x86-secret.com/ccpuz.php?id=277563)

Validation (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=277563)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 05-December-07, 04:02:36
Everything I fell behind on has now been updated. ;-))

I see you overclocked that Opty after. 1500MHz HT is nuts! :shocked:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 05-December-07, 05:51:53
Okay Aaron,

  Here's my first OC on my E6750....add it to the database please?

 http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=277601

Now I wonder how high it will go? 

Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 05-December-07, 05:56:20
Done...

If the P6N Diamond can be pushed far enough 4GHz for sure.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 05-December-07, 10:52:36
Everything I fell behind on has now been updated. ;-))

I see you overclocked that Opty after. 1500MHz HT is nuts! :shocked:
I thought so too, being used to VIA K8T800 Pro and nForce3 Ultra. But 1500 MT/sec doesn't seem to be a problem, everything but the Vcore and Vdimm is at default voltage. The 790FX chip doesn't even get above 30C...

Besides, there is no HT multiplier in this BIOS 1.0 version, so I don't have much choice...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 06-December-07, 01:55:46
Hello Aaron,

  Got the e6750 to 3719...please update the database.



Paul

Oops..the previous cut/paste is incorrect..heres the real URL:
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=277964
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 07-December-07, 04:28:08
Well, I think 475fsb is about the max for my setup, had to use 1.0 volts to get it to 3800..

Please update the database..thanks

 http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=278471

Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 10-December-07, 17:07:58
Dear Aaron....what score do you put to database for Q6600 so far ? thanx..
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 10-December-07, 18:30:53
frans2h,

I don't quite understand what your asking. Can you clarify?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 11-December-07, 17:11:39
@Aaron : sorry bro...what i mean is..what OC score for Q6600 could put in the data base ? because i haven't seen the OC result for Q6600 here ?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 11-December-07, 17:51:32
Well as long as you surpass the number 10 on the database I'll put you in.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 15-December-07, 12:35:50
@Aaron : could q6600 running at 3700mhz added to data base...??? thanx

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=282214

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: psugrad1999 on 29-December-07, 15:03:05
I'll Play  :D

Intel E6700 2.66
P6N Diamond
Corsair TWIN2X4096-6400C5DHX 8gig total
Thermaltake Toughpower 850w

I have peeked stable at 3.6 on the processor.  I wasn't able to go any higher on my old Striker Extreme either.
Memory clocked at 805 with 5-5-5-18

Voltages
CPU Core 1.32
+3.3V 3.36
+3.3V Standby 3.33

Thanks
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-December-07, 04:39:44
You need a CPU-Z verification...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-December-07, 04:45:19
First try 4GHz: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=289119 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=289119)

Will probably pop PSU if I go any higher.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: psugrad1999 on 30-December-07, 15:00:26
Sorry about that...

(http://C:\Documents and Settings\Bryan\My Documents\cpuid.png)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 30-December-07, 16:54:32
Nice 4G try Aaron but better don't do suicide shots with the GTS installed. Wouldn't be nice if psu would die and take some other components with it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-December-07, 19:54:43
I put the 2400Pro in for that. 4GHz is as far as I'm going to go for now...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 30-December-07, 20:01:12
Ah, I see then it's pretty safe. Too bad with that psu, hope you will be able to afford a better one soon.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-December-07, 20:09:46
Well I nailed it first time absolutely no problems. 1.6v 400x10 booted first time, straight into windows. Even run ORTHOS on one core (had to put CPU under load; Speedstep) for about a minute.

When I get PSU overclocking should require less voltage as 12v voltage hits around 11.70v according to smart guardian. Compared to the 12.21v I use to have with the E6600.

Well I'm the only person with a quad at 4GHz. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 30-December-07, 22:38:56
Aaron...disconnect your CD drives, floppy, disconnect any USB devices, take out all but one stick of memory...bet you'd save 2 or 3 watts?  Ha!

Nice overclock with a Quad..very tough from what I read.

Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-December-07, 00:39:32
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Well I'm the only person with a quad at 4GHz.


 :biggthumbsup: So far so good! Hopefully a new psu will also enable you to run nice stable clocks.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 31-December-07, 03:11:59
The 3.6GHz is a definete reality. Just can't pump out enough power! Slowly saving up for a PSU... Could get the Thermaltake VGA PSU now, but I'll just get the Corsair or the PCP&C.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-December-07, 11:43:22
Wise decision! Also a bit unexpected: An addict arriving at an rational decision  ;-)). Everything should oc nicely with a TX or a PCP&C.   
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 31-December-07, 15:28:41
Just saw that the PCP&C 750 is 7 inches long! There's no way I can fit my pump and reservoir in the bottom of the case if I buy it, so I'd have to put it all on top of the PSU...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 31-December-07, 15:49:14
You could also opt for the new PC P & C Turbo-Cool 860, 64A on a single +12v rail and a standard size of 5.9 inches in depth. Don't know about the price in the UK though...

Whatever you choose, go for a single +12v rail so that your OC isn't compromised by a current limiter on any rail.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-December-07, 16:21:43
As far as I know the Corsair TX750 is just 6.3". 52A should be also enough so you could go for TX650 which is 5.5".

Also standard size would be Tagan TG800-U33 ITZ Series: http://www.tagan.com/index.php?c_id=32&products_id=155&p_cata_id=83#td. It offers 64A on +12v (one rail via Turbo mode switch like mine).

Silverstone OP750 is also just 15cm long while also offering a single 60a +12v rail.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 31-December-07, 16:46:02
Will have to do some measurements and find the maximum length that I can have.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-December-07, 18:18:59
Yeah, unfortunately size problem won't make this easier. Hopefully the fitting psu isn't the most expensive. If you'd tell me the measurements I will also have a look for a psu meeting your requirements.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 31-December-07, 18:27:48
Length inside the case is about 17.5".

PSU sizes are: 6.3" (Corsair 750), 7.1" (PCP&C), 5.5 (Corsair 650).

The maximum space I have is about 7.2"~7.3". If I got the PCP&C I could put the pump and/or reservoir ontop of it, with the 750 Corsair, it should just about fit, with the 650 should be an easy fit.

Any other opinions?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 31-December-07, 18:52:16
I think the Silverstone or Tagan should easiely fit although a bit hard to tell without metric measurements. But 7.2" should be around 18cm (more exactly 18.288).

Silverstone and Tagan are 15 (5,9") - 16cm (6.3") so these would be TX750 alternatives that would meet your requirements.

The OP750 would be the smallest (5.9") offering 60a and my recommendation. Should still fit easiely but is a bit more expensive. I wouldn't put pump and/or reservoir on top of the psu.

BTW: I'm off in a minute so: Happy new year!  :party: Hope we will discuss many oc issues in 2008 and good luck with your first year beeing a moderator around here!!!

BTW II: New 590 Sli machine is running and currently under testing. Will let you know about progress/results.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 31-December-07, 21:45:27
I will have a tinker around, have a look at the layouts I could have.

Have a happy new year all!

EDIT: Just got a wad of cash! PSU is a possibility. The PCP&C is out of stock and I can't find the Tagan anywhere. So it's down to the Corsair...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: benbean on 02-January-08, 18:16:12
Hello forum,

can I submit this score?

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=290919

The system is 3dmark06 stable. Game stable. (COD4, AOE3, SMR!, HL2+mods) I'll look more into ORTHOS...

Thats as far as I can push my system and I think I need a little help, if I'm to get more out of it.

I'll start another thread for that...

Ran out of time for that other thread... will do it tomorrow  ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 03-January-08, 20:04:52
Well, you can submit it but this won't be enough to be added. 3106mhz is not enough as you have an Intel cpu and you'll have to compete with extremly clocked C2Ds and Pentiums. Rank 10 oc is already at 3698MHz so no chance for your result, sorry.
Maybe Aaron will add a quad oc section but that's not planned as far as I know.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: benbean on 04-January-08, 16:14:47
Thanks flobelix, that gives me something to shoot for then.  ;D

Been busy with work last few days, I will get round to that post asking for help, and I'll be sure to put in as much info as i can.  :)

Edit: I think I've answered all my own questions, I've got it up @ 3735.34MHz now, I'll keep pushing and submit my final validation file.

Edit2: Ok I've managed this...

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=292472

core temp was reporting 100C on boot up and it idles around 87-82 across the 4 cores. I think thats my limit on air cooling. :)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 05-January-08, 17:02:04
benbean..SWEET!   1400 mhz o/clock...not too shabby, good job with the Quad!

Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 05-January-08, 21:31:05
benbean..SWEET!   1400 mhz o/clock...not too shabby, good job with the Quad!

Paul

I had one too. ;-))

Benbean real nice! I'll add it ASAP. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 08-January-08, 15:57:24
@Aaron : Hi...i'm update my q6600 to 3807mhz....tq

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=294343
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 11-January-08, 09:11:14
 Does a X2 4200+@2750MHz stable f@h SMP client fit in somewhere? :smile:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 11-January-08, 10:49:26
9 - Lt_JWS w/ Athlon X2 3600+ "Windsor" @ 2809MHz
10 - Exo w/ Opteron "Toledo" 165 @ 2808MHz

Need to top 2808MHz, Henry.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: BuD_Sp3NcER on 15-January-08, 13:08:15
Hi Everyone.  ;-))

Kindly include My OC in the Database.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=297574

Highest Stable OC achieved, Basically Everything Ramped up  :yes:
Better CPU Results Can probably be achieved on a 15x / 16x Multiplier but I'm happy with this OC. Highly Impressed by the MOBO's Capabilities & Mostly The SUPER*TALENT Sticks, They're able to maintain stock Timings of 4-4-3-8-12-2T all the way up to 477Mhz(@ 954Mhz)!!
At 800Mhz-->820Mhz speed they easily cope with CMD rate of 1T as in my SiG.

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-January-08, 13:10:37
Drop timings to 3-3-3-5 2T, then see how far you can go. Both Ballistix kits I've had can do CAS3 @ 500MHz with enough voltage. :yes:

Adding it now. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: BuD_Sp3NcER on 15-January-08, 13:40:10
Hi AaronYuri

I will give it a Go For sure!  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 17-January-08, 04:09:06
 How about this?
 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 17-January-08, 09:55:47
That's fine. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 17-January-08, 10:19:42
 I'll play with it some more tomorrow but without f@h, temps are getting out of hand at 100% load. I'll try for higher in Windows stable but not 100% load f@h. It's stable now but too hot for me to push more with that load on it. System is a lot more responsive at this speed though. I've never seen Photoshop work as good as it does now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 17-January-08, 10:48:28
Think you have found sweet spot, where everything functions fastest, etc.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 17-January-08, 20:44:47
Quote
Athlon 64 X2 4200+ "Toledo"@2816 (256x11)

Nice Henry! Very good result for a 939 4200+!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 17-January-08, 20:54:04
 I'm ready to shut down f@h for a while and see how far I can go. Be back in a bit with some results, I'll try for 260 FSB for now.

 Edit: 265x11, 2915MHz, had to change HT Link to 3x. Currently stable f@h, no change in temps. Going for more, back soon.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 17-January-08, 23:22:56
 OK, I got 3025 3036 MHz so I can quit fooling around now. :lol_anim: :dance: :dance: :dance:

 No need for me to try for more, never dreamed I would get this far with it anyway.

 Edit: Looks like I've got a few Opty's eating my dust! :grin:

 Edit again: Since it's still stable folding & temps remained the same I'm just impelled to go for Windows stable even higher to see how far my RAM will go, these PNY sticks w/Spec Tek chips seem to be pretty good. No need to make any changes in your data-base yet untill I come back with further results.

 Go ahead and put this one in. This one also stable f@h for now. I'll give it a few days to be sure. RAM is OC'd from 166MHz stock (133 in BIOS) to 178.56 MHz at current settings. I've spent enough time today at this and it's time to start fixing dinner.

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 19-January-08, 00:05:12
 :agrees: Wow, 3025MHz is great! Damn good result for a 939 cpu even blasts my old Opty 165.
Were you just trying f@h or is this clockrate even prime95/orthos stable?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 19-January-08, 00:43:37
 Thanks, yes it has been folding for over 24 hours at this clockrate. I have not run Orthos yet but I figured if it would run f@h stable 24/7 there was no need to bother with it. I did have it at 3080 MHz 280 FSB f@h stable earlier today but I tried for more :grin: and after that it won't POST past what I have it at now.
 What the hell, 3025 MHz for everyday is good enough for me. I guess I got lucky that it got past POST the 1st time at 3080. I think I saved some screen shots of cpu-z at 3080 MHz, I need to check on that.
 Ok I just checked and didn't save a screenshot of that one.
 I just finished a f@h WU so I guess I can give Orthos a go just for grins & giggles.
 "Holy Toledo!" said Robin to Batman. :lol_anim:

 Edit:  :oops: It's running at 3036 MHZ 276 FSB, memory 178.55 MHz. I forgot to edit my sig and change cpu-z screenshot.
 Also here is Orthos + f@h stress, note that it takes a bit over an hour instead of 23 minutes to complete 1 step (actually 5000) taking up the slack that Orthos leaves.
 Edit again: I lowered Vcore & "Over VID from 6.6% to 3.3% and now 1.34V-1.38V and I got CPU temps 5C lower than shown in screenshot.
 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 19-January-08, 14:49:00
 :biggthumbsup: Nice! If it would make 8 hours of orthos I'd consider it 100% stable. Best result i've seen so far from a 939 4200+! You we're really lucky with that X2, high potential one.
Too bad you're still stuck with that Pc2700 ram. A nice 2gb 3200 kit would surely enhance performance.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Mike on 19-January-08, 15:35:22
I would recommend 24 hours of orthos at priority 9 to check for stability.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 19-January-08, 20:35:31
 Just what settings in Orthos would stress it more than f@h?
Another question, is PCMark05 any good for a bench?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Del UK on 19-January-08, 21:51:22
2 F@H cores in console @ 100%

1 F@H smp core in console, either windows or Linux 64 @100%

Prefer, SMP under Linux 64Bit, as any instability......... you lose wu and you only have max of 92hours to complete....

Real life bench score, rather than burn test........ (PPD is score..........)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 19-January-08, 23:30:06
 I just figure that the toughest job my PC has to do is f@h SMP it would be my personal stress test.

 For example as I type this I have my OC@3080 MHz w/SMP f@h running, CPU temp a bit less than 55C w/room temp 23C. To me that's a real life everyday in use stress test.

 As a matter of fact I guess this is one for the data base.

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 23-January-08, 01:41:00
Done.

3080MHz is real nice! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 23-January-08, 02:40:41
 :hat tip: Been folding for a couple of days with it at that speed and not a lick of trouble with it. As a matter of fact it knocked more than 10 hours off of my WU (2653) time at stock speed (down to 38 hours).
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 23-January-08, 02:52:57
You're well pleased with your results I assume? :laugh:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 23-January-08, 04:10:09
 :dance: :dance: :grin: :dance: :dance:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 23-January-08, 14:02:21
Holy Toledo. :lol_anim:

Congratulations Henry! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 27-January-08, 16:12:59
@Aaron : hi...i'm updating my rig....

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=304031

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 30-January-08, 02:44:03
 I'm giving this a run through test now, so far it's folding OK. I tried faster but f@h would not fold going beyond this. I think I may be at the limit of my RAM OC. I raised the V on RAM .05 & CPU but still won't go beyond this OC and still fold even though boots to Windows OK past this.

 Edit: May as well update my entry to this one.
 Forget it, f@h keeps dropping out, sometimes after a couple of hours, sometimes 5-10 minutes so need to drop it a notch and see how it goes. Don't want it in the list if it won't fold. :grin:  
 Thanks.

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 30-January-08, 08:28:14
Damn, that Toledo must be holy! I never saw an ordinary 939 Toledo go this far (not even suicide). Most are stuck at max 2.8ghz, normally just Optys would do the job.
So congrats Henry, 3113mhz is amazing! Just replace that ddr333 with a nice 2gb ddr400 kit and try some ram oc. With your result you can forget about an am2 upgrade as there would be no noticeable performance increase. 939 forever  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 30-January-08, 09:40:26
 I put the wrong screenshot up, it was supposed to be 3135 (285x11) that wouldn't fold. I fiddled with the memory voltage & Vore so it might go at 3113. I lost a WU at 69% today because of my screwing around so I need to wait untill a WU finishes before foolling with it any more. At least then I won't lose a day of folding, I'd rather lose it at the beginning. If it gets through the night folding it should be OK at
3113 MHz, I'll know in 7 or 8 hours.
 Also for only costing me $9 this Hyper TX HSF is doing a good job. Nipping at the heels of a stock speed X2 6400+ so I'll be happy with that if it holds up.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-January-08, 14:14:51
God damn Henry! That Toledo just keeps going! :shocked_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 30-January-08, 20:02:48
 I guess I need to back it off again as it didn't get through the night without f@h screwing up.
 I'll try 282x11 for 3102 Mhz and see how it folds. Seems to be OK in Windows other than the f@h problem at 3113.
 But then again I'm not sure about these f@h errors as there was a power failure early Monday morning for a few hours and folding has been screwed up since then.
 Oh well, I'm out and reducing clock a notch.

 Edit: Giving it test run at 282x11 for 3102 MHz now.

 Edit again: Been folding for near 8 hours at 3102 so I think that one should be OK. Looks like 282 clock is about the end of the line for this puppy, at least till I can upgrade RAM and try again.

 I'll take 3.1 GHz for now! Sometimes a $75 CPU is OK. :grin:

 Edit 3: Getting near a full day folding with no problem so I'm pretty sure this is the fastest I can get it and still use it everyday unless there are some memory settings that should be changed.

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 02-February-08, 19:51:15
 Does it count if I can boot to Windows, take a screenshot, run Photoshop and post this running at 3212 MHz? :grin:

 I guess I also get the #10 spot at 46% OC. Sorry Stick. :lol_anim:

 Of course the RAM is kind of lame also, it wouldn't post at 133 memclock value so had to set at 100.

 Edit: Damn I wish I had the money to get the RAM this machine deserves.
 Removed screenshots in previous posts as this is my top one now.

(http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/3212.jpg)
(http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/46.jpg)
(http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/lameram.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 02-February-08, 22:25:12
Quote
Does it count if I can boot to Windows, take a screenshot, run Photoshop and post this running at 3212 MHz?


It does if you also provide a validation link. Without there will be no spot in the ranking. Congrats so far, nice suicide this X2 is really going crazy! :agrees:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 02-February-08, 22:44:47
I would of tried topping my 4GHz, but my Ballistix have been acting pretty loopy lately. Working, breaking, then working again. :lol_anim:

Shall make the changes once I see a validation link. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 02-February-08, 22:50:33
D9GMH rocks!..... NOT!   :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 03-February-08, 06:07:02
 OK, I'll get a validation next time I feel like digging in the BIOS again.

 Edit: What a shame, I couldn't get it to POST past 3202 MHz today. 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 03-February-08, 22:12:49
 Here's the validation for 3203.

       http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=307660
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 03-February-08, 22:24:15
Here's the validation for 3202.

       http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=307660

Done. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 03-February-08, 22:55:44
 Thanks, my 3.1 GHz in sig is plenty good for everyday use & 24/7 f@h.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 03-February-08, 22:57:57
 :worship: Hail to the King of all Toledos!  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 03-February-08, 23:30:41
I wonder what you could hit with water...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 03-February-08, 23:32:29
 :lol_anim:

 You may now address me as "Alimaymon King of Toledo" :deadlaugh:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 03-February-08, 23:44:50
I wonder what you could hit with water...

 That's a good question and I don't have the spare cash to find out. I'd like to try a Peltier chilled water unit but that's out of my league. What's in my sig is the fastest it will reliably run f@h in Windows and I sure won't complain about that.

 Edit: I need some of that -12C air that's outside blowing through this thing.

 Edit again: What a pity, I've only been able to get 1 f@h WU done at 3102 MHz (I've had a rash of EUE) so had to back off to 3080 MHz for everyday. Can't complain a lot about that, maybe this >>      << much.  :grin: Still way up there for X2 4200+ s939.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 06-February-08, 12:47:23
Suddenly got the idea of bumping my Opteron 1212 a little higher:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=308860

(http://valid.x86-secret.com/ccpuz.php?id=308860)

 ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 17-February-08, 19:09:31
 Sadly ;-(( I had to lower clock on my OC to what you see in my sig down from prior 3080 MHz. I was having an EUE problem, would only finish 1 WU in a week with f@h at 3080 so 3056 is what stopped the EUE problems and all is OK at current OC. I lost about 1/2 dozen WU's & finshed 2 or 3 in the past couple of weeks at the 3080 MHz OC

 This seems to be my final completely stable OC with current PC configuration.

 So it ends up being 24/7 f@h stable, 3056 MHz, suicide 3203 MHz.

 Even at that it is a respectable OC for X2 4200+, if I wasn't running f@h I could have left it at 3080 MHz as it did everything else including games with no problems.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 17-February-08, 23:06:05
What's an EUE problem?

Still a very nice 24/7 OC for an Athlon64 X2 4200+...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 17-February-08, 23:08:39
Yeah, Quad's right: What the hell is an EUE problem :think: ??
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 17-February-08, 23:17:23
 I guess if you don't do f@h you wouldn't know what EUE is. It's "early unit end" when the  f@h "work unit" gets corrupted and doesn't finsh for one reason or another and in my case it was due to OC. Same as failing "Orthos" or "Prime 95" testing.

 Edit: f@h is 100% CPU load, while f@h is running it allows other processes and applications to run & uses what ever CPU capacity is leftover and CPU is under 100% load at all times.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 17-February-08, 23:31:22
Ah I see...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 18-February-08, 19:48:15
Oh, ok, thanks for explanation!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 18-February-08, 20:43:32
 Somewhere in Orthos f@h is one of the tests.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 18-February-08, 23:55:06
Somewhere in Orthos f@h is one of the tests.

Yep :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Del UK on 19-February-08, 01:18:39
Yep :-))

Yes, but you do not get points for this...... :shocked_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 23-February-08, 11:28:34
New Opteron 1220, somewhat higher OC:

(http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_Opteron3384MHzSuperPi.jpg) (http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_Opteron3384MHzSuperPi.jpg)

Quadrifoglio Verde w/ Opteron 1220 @ 3384 MHz

Forgot to validate it with CPU-Z, will add that soon.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 25-February-08, 01:18:16
Yes, but you do not get points for this...... :shocked_anim:

hehe :smiley:

New Opteron 1220, somewhat higher OC:

Quadrifoglio Verde w/ Opteron 1220 @ 3384 MHz

Forgot to validate it with CPU-Z, will add that soon.

Pretty good :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 25-February-08, 02:24:08
Thnx. I was hoping to be able to benchmark at somewhat higher frequency though. I can still run through POST at 3500 MHz, but any higher than 3384 MHz doesn't boot into Windows. 24/7 OC should be around 3300 MHz, not sure yet...

Anyway, I have been comparing Opteron performance to the same Athlon64 X2 F2 and F3 cores. The Opteron memory controller is actually faster than the Athlon64 X2 memory controller, probably because of lower latency for the Opteron.

A little higher:

(http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_Opteron3420MHzSuperPi.jpg) (http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_Opteron3420MHzSuperPi.jpg)

Quadrifoglio Verde w/ Opteron 1220 @ 3420 MHz 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 20-March-08, 23:38:38
 Q V, I take it 3300 MHz is your final 24/7 OC? For my X2 4200+ s939 it's 3058 MHz for reliable/stable 24/7 f@h
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 23-March-08, 02:23:47
Yes, 3300 MHz is my 24/7 setting. It will go through POST up to 3500 MHz, but it will not get into Windows. Max benchable is 3447 MHz...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 23-March-08, 02:41:19
 "Speedy Gonzales"  :lol_anim:

             (http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/images.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 23-March-08, 10:04:46
LOL, yes it is seriously fast. I have some decent material for comparisons, as I had a Core 2 Duo E6600 running at 3300 MHz before. In most applications the Opteron 1220 at 3300 MHz is behind the E6600 within a 10% range, a difference I can definitely live with. The AMD system just 'feels' quicker and most importantly, unlike my Intel system had before it has no issues whatsoever... ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: freeman51 on 23-March-08, 13:59:11
Like me xeon p35d3 combo but really wanna try the 3110 in this.Send me one :biggthumbsup:LOLStill not in case.http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/4139/60chy4.png[/IMG]

                           Can someone deleat my last post? I see no option for it and this was the first time using imageshack.Next time ill use photobucket
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 23-March-08, 16:19:53
Don't know what your exact problem is. You just need to type the img code to show us the pic. IMG code starts with [IMG].
You just entered the link (which is useless as the pic is way too small).

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 23-March-08, 16:35:00
(http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/1911/60crb1.png)
Like this?

P.S.
Too small to read... ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: freeman51 on 24-March-08, 13:18:50
Click on it thats 24/7.That will enlarge it.Ram will do 950 stable at 6X but i wont put 2.2 to 2.4 volts like they do at extremesys.Top clockers there get there stuff for free anyway right?or is everyone starting to run 3stage coolers ram and cpu for cpu @5000 :rolleyes_anim:By the by has anyone used the f4 tweak for mem.I noticed an improvement of over a second in 32mil from tweaking one of those settings wheras perfomance level seems to make no dif whatsoever when using memset.Strange board but i love it.just cant get latency like the old msi nforce2.Wish they could mod this one so u could run bh or ch 5 2-2-2-2 hehe
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 24-March-08, 14:14:56
(http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/4139/60chy4.png)  ;-))

Useless to post here I'm afraid. It's an Intel cpu and 3479mhz with an Intel cpu is not enough to be added. Rank 10 (of 10) is already at 3698MHz!
Furthermore super pi screenshots are not needed. Post a cpuz validation link (as can be seen in my sig) if you get your Xeon to a clockrate higher than 3698Mhz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: freeman51 on 24-March-08, 15:34:53
 :angryfire:useless hmm.unless they changed somn from first page it said post ur overclock"stable or unstable" and if superpi is useless tell superpi not me heheJjust wanted to add a little realistick overclock on air sry i dissapointed you.by the way just for the heck of it show ur 32M.At whateverclocks ill beat it u like a challenge big boy ?little 3d06 3do5 im very proud u can do 5ghz man u da man .BY the by what u use for cooling so all us morons dont try to match u?hmmm willling to bet u cant beat me by much without burning ur stuff :bonk:Even supercooled.I can  DO 3.75 on air @1.575.lol u know waht i dont.I run at those v everthing else at auto.By the way take ur water or whatever off there for 15 seconds see hat u get.Folks sry for the rant but this guy wont hit those speeds at what most of us have.Dont even try it.He might even be one of those free hardware peeps that telll u 5.5 on air is possible.doood show me what u get super cooolked and ill lag no more than 1 secOh run some prime 95 to LOOOOOOL.
.



                                                    ps 3220 not 3230 sry
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 24-March-08, 22:54:23
You are moving on thin ice buddy, a ban is only some words away... This is overclock database not highest super pi score. So stop posting here! This is about the highest clocks and nothing else so calm down. This is why your post is useless: Your clockrate is too low.

By the way your posts are hard to understand so maybe you try some typing (especially using space key).

Just to add: Finishing Super Pi 32m doesn't mean your sys is stable...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 24-March-08, 23:07:16
 Also a comparison between AMD & Intel OC as you seem to imply just won't do as Intel can do higher OC than AMD and that is why there is a separate list for each plus the % OC list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 24-March-08, 23:23:20
:angryfire:useless hmm.unless they changed somn from first page it said post ur overclock"stable or unstable" and if superpi is useless tell superpi not me heheJjust wanted to add a little realistick overclock on air sry i dissapointed you.by the way just for the heck of it show ur 32M.At whateverclocks ill beat it u like a challenge big boy ?little 3d06 3do5 im very proud u can do 5ghz man u da man .BY the by what u use for cooling so all us morons dont try to match u?hmmm willling to bet u cant beat me by much without burning ur stuff :bonk:Even supercooled.I can  DO 3.75 on air @1.575.lol u know waht i dont.I run at those v everthing else at auto.By the way take ur water or whatever off there for 15 seconds see hat u get.Folks sry for the rant but this guy wont hit those speeds at what most of us have.Dont even try it.He might even be one of those free hardware peeps that telll u 5.5 on air is possible.doood show me what u get super cooolked and ill lag no more than 1 secOh run some prime 95 to LOOOOOOL.

What on Earth? I don't quite understand why you wrote this. Your CPU clock speed of 3479MHz (like Flobelix said) is too low to go on to the list. I know you wanted to demonstrate your system's stability, but this thread isn't about that.

You won't find many people like that here, the most "extreme" overclocks you will find are in this thread.

But for the record, yes I can beat 14m 55 seconds. ;-)) There are people who can beat my times too.

P.S Sorry I took my time to look at this thread, I have been playing with the rubix cube too much...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 26-March-08, 07:28:15
Just about any c2d should get 50% oc quite easily... http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=335242 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=335242)

spi is fun but 3dmark is fun too... http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=6183985 (http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=6183985)
and 05... http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=4133886 (http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=4133886)
03... http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=5785236 (http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=5785236)


edit: update link
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: viperrcr on 31-March-08, 04:45:17
Here is my most recent project.
I can actually run this with no problems and temps are excellent, I can even play intense games for hours.
However, it is not stable whatsoever in Orthos.

Could I be added to the Top Ten for Intel list?
I'm going to keep trying to go higher closer to a suicide limit...We shall see what this baby can really do!

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=337914
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: MRZ258 on 01-April-08, 10:19:36
Here is mine... but not the 24/7 setup.. only for (some 3-4 hours) gaming and video rendering...
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=325294
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 01-April-08, 13:38:10
Quote
Could I be added to the Top Ten for Intel list?

Yep, 3937.68 MHz would be currently rank 7 -> Congratulations!

Quote
Here is mine...


Nice! 3407.82 MHz means rank 3 in AMD list! You made it to the top 3.

Aaron will surely add you two as soon as he has some time for oc database.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: BuD_Sp3NcER on 02-April-08, 09:32:50
knocked out of the Top 3....The challenge has been laid  :nono:

You Guys REALLY ARE ADDICTED TO OVERCLOCKING!!  ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: MRZ258 on 03-April-08, 14:35:00
knocked out of the Top 3....The challenge has been laid  :nono:

You Guys REALLY ARE ADDICTED TO OVERCLOCKING!!  ;-))

Not really addicted, just want to find out what my 5000+ BE maximum clock..
currently using Asus Silent Knight II copper HS which is used 4 my last 3800+ @ 2.5Ghz..
anyway BuD, keep push your BE too.. hehehe let see what she can give us!!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 09-April-08, 20:00:51
some new numbers http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=342916 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=342916)

http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=6183985 (http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=6183985)

3700 and 18156 3d06 with MSI 9600gt sli rig

54% oc roughly?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Pchas01 on 10-April-08, 15:43:54
Hi Aaron,

  Been playing with the E8500, finding that with bios P07, the chip needs a lot of volts to perform.  And when using the .5 multiplier, it also adds the .5 to the FSB settings.  Dont know if that's good or bad at this point, when I get a chance I'll do some testing with the 9.0 multi also.  Did notice that with std bios 1.0, when running 4000+ mhz using the 9.0 multi (all that was available), CPU-z reported 4275mhz..?  Sounds like a problem with CPU-z that I'm sure will be corrected with a later update.  Anyway...here's a run with the 9.5 multi:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=343109

Please add to database..,.Paul

Update, 041108:  Here's a run with the 9.0 multi, 4275mhz : http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=344065

Seems like the P07 bios works a little better w/the 9.0 multiplier.   Please add to database..thanks.


Okay..for today..this is the best I can do..tired of playing in bios..lol!  Got 4500+ with the 9.5 multi.

(http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg235/Pchas01/475x95.jpg)

Here's the CPU-z :(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/banner/344081.png) (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=344081)

Please add to database when you can.  Thanks.
Paul
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: viperrcr on 15-April-08, 05:15:30
Hey Aaron,

With some more work...I improved my overclock on my X6800 on my P7N Diamond board with the P07 BIOS and 8GB of memory.
Stock=2.93GHz
OC=4.012GHz
%OC=37%

Here is my certified CPU-Z...
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=345741

Can you add me to "The Big 4000+" list and the "Intel" category?
Thanks IA !
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 16-April-08, 21:47:40
Appears I have fallen quite far behind with this... I'll do a big run through once I get some time. So please no more submissions until I can catch up. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 29-April-08, 21:57:34
Appears I have fallen quite far behind with this... I'll do a big run through once I get some time. So please no more submissions until I can catch up. :-))
I'm just getting warmed up    :lmao:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 01-June-08, 05:00:08
Changes have been made!

A month later, I know. But who cares? I got round to it. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 02-June-08, 10:53:15
Let me start my first post here by saying thanks to Dragonfly for the basics on my MB.  Also a big thanks to all the posters on this site as well as the other sites.  I gleaned a lot of knowledge on what to expect from this MB, memory and processor.

I finally got 46% overclock even with bad memory. Not to bad and it is stable.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=368336

System locks during memory testing at 389MHZ or above.  It is PC6400 and should be good for at least 400.  Even if I set FSB to CPU stock (266MHZ) and multiplier to 1.5 it locks up.  I have tried 300 and 1.33 and that fails too.  I have the voltage set to the max OCZ says at 2.2 volts so I am going to get with OCZ and get an RMA as soon as I can.  Problem is I cannot be without this system and may need to buy another set to use while I wait for replacements.  AND since my CPU volts are at the lowest the bios will let me set it, I figure I have a really good chip.  So…  I may go for some faster memory and give it a good SMOKE TEST. Hmmmmm … Lets see…  OCZ has some Reaper 1150Mhz memory, maxed out at 1:1 would be a 116% overclock or 4025MHZ.  Look out ‘The Big 4000’ here I come! Maybe?

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 02-June-08, 14:13:20
Well, looks like your chip got potential. Unfortunately your validation link is quite useless at this time. This clockrate is too low to get added as you have an Intel chip and ranking there requires clockrates far above 3.0ghz.
For further oc tries be aware that the Intel 975 chipset on your board doesn't offer a lot of fsb potential. The 4025mhz you're thinking of won't be realizable with your 6300. With it's multi of 7 it would take an fsb of 575mhz which your mobo surely won't do. You're very lucky if it does 400mhz stable.
So don't blame all on your ram. Could be that even expensive oc ram won't take you much further.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 02-June-08, 15:50:06
I should still be good for the Top 10%.  After all, 46.23% does beat 44.5%.

Just wait till I get some good memory.  BTW... Any suggestions on brand.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 02-June-08, 16:56:22
I'd hate to crush your hope Smoke, but 575MHz on i975X is not going to happen. What cooling do you have?  You will be lucky to top out at 450MHz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 02-June-08, 17:03:56
Right Smoke you can be added to Top Ten %. Please remember that you need to post the percentage value if you want to get added there (was missing in your initial post). Don't expect Aaron to calculate it by himself just because of your validation link. Because of his limited time for this data base we shouldn't give him more work to do than nescessary ;-))







Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 02-June-08, 17:52:22

I finally got 46% overclock even with bad memory. Not to bad and it is stable.


What did this line say? Sorry, did not mean to sound sassy. I did get more precise later with 46.23% but I had just rounded for simplicity.

As for getting it ONLY to 450MHZ, that would get me over 3Gig and for a 1.86Gig processor I would be happy, just not as happy.  Plus anything over 402 would get me off of the Top 10 (%) bump spot.

My main problem is I cannot even get the memory to run 800MHZ even with stock 266MHZ FSB and a 1.5 multiplier and max volts.  At the stock FSB, the NB is not changed from stock (I think), which others had blamed for the WALL. If NB is set inside the CPU and CPU is running stock, RIGHT???

Anyway… As for cooling I chose the OCZ Vindicator Cooler.  It was rated very high and I like it because you can reposition or replace the fan without pulling the whole unit.  My temps are running 19-20C Idle to 42-43C under heavy load. (Prime95 + Toast) Plus some good ThermalTake Paste.

Edit: Spelling Correction.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 08-June-08, 15:26:34
AaronYuri;
I just ordered 1Gig of Corsiar PC8500 XMS2 (2x512) to use while I work on an RMA with OCZ.  I know I can better my OC%. I'll post results soon.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: aicjofs on 11-June-08, 07:20:46
Haven't been around in so long I forgot about this!  Where are all the dual core 45nm guys, should have someone at 5Ghz on the list I would think!!  ;-))

Break out those 45nm duallies and stomp these:

quad core benching stable 4574Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=373332

quad core suicide shot 4749.9Mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=373826

Go guys go! 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 12-June-08, 02:48:09
Got my 800MHz memory sorted out and was able to get a 52% overclock.

How does a 2.835GHZ run on a 1.860Ghz E6300 on air cooling sound? 

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=374141
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 12-June-08, 11:55:14
Not bad, enough for rank 9 in % oc.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 15-June-08, 20:54:53
Installed the Corsair 1066 sticks in and got to 54.66%.  But it is NOT stable. Memtest locks the system up after a short run.

That is 2876.71MHZ run on a 1.860Ghz E6300.

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=374669

No improvement on my rating, but still it is a little better. The 52.23% posted before was stable but ran hotter than I like, so I am now running 358Mhz FSB for daily use.

Edit: Had to lower to 350FSb to raise Memory Multiplier to 1:1.25 and still keep 4-4-4-12 timing.  System seems to run better even at this slower CPU clock.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-June-08, 21:00:06
How many volts are you putting into the memory?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 15-June-08, 21:08:39
How many volts are you putting into the memory?
Here is a link to my post with the voltage needed for several FSB rates.
 
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=117314.msg886421#msg886421

The 410 FSB was with same 2.25v as the 405 FSB. The Corsairs are rated at 2.2v so I did not want to push it any higher.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-June-08, 21:11:56
Here is a link to my post with the voltage needed for several FSB rates.
 
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=117314.msg886421#msg886421

The 410 FSB was with same 2.25v as the 405 FSB. The Corsairs are rated at 2.2v so I did not want to push it any higher.

Problem lies somewhere else. Tried Orthos blend test?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 15-June-08, 21:35:22
At a FSB of 410.96 MHz my Rated FSB is at 1643.8 MHz, so I think there in lies the wall.  After all 1643.8 MHz on a CPU rated at 1066 MHz is not bad.

I have read how some MBs will change the strap to lower Rated FSB when memory and/or CPU need higher FSB settings.  But since this MB is only rated for 1066 CPUs that strap is not present.

Maybe when I get a few extra bucks I can try a CPU with 1333FSB which would be underclocked stock on this MB and push it up even faster than the 1066 one I have now.   That is if this MB would even post with a 1333 Mhz CPU.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-June-08, 22:20:37
Maybe when I get a few extra bucks I can try a CPU with 1333FSB which would be underclocked stock on this MB and push it up even faster than the 1066 one I have now.   That is if this MB would even post with a 1333 Mhz CPU.

975X doesn't support 1333FSB CPUs.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: aicjofs on 16-June-08, 02:18:41
Smoke

I don't know your whole situation but I'd say you are at the limit of the motherboard/chipset's FSB and aren't going much further as is.  I'm not familar with your boards BIOS, but MSI tends to leave things out of the BIOS, and set very agressive adnavced RAM timings that you can't change in BIOS.  Not a knock on MSI but just the way it is.

Only around 3 things you can do

1. Cool the northbridge better.  Stronger fan, better heatsink, change stock TIM, etc, etc

2. Use Memset and lossen chipset Trd, then use Systool, clockgen, etc to raise FSB. Obviously to automate this you'll need to set this up to run at windows startup.  Should be able to get in the 430-440 range I'd think.

3. Voltage mods.  Which I'm guessing seems a bit more then you can do.

Otherwise just be content with your 52 odd percent overclock.

Cheers

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 17-June-08, 16:31:56
1. Cool the northbridge better.  Stronger fan, better heatsink, change stock TIM, etc, etc
It might help if I used a Chiller but that is beyond me for now.

2. Use Memset and lossen chipset Trd, then use Systool, clockgen, etc to raise FSB. Obviously to automate this you'll need to set this up to run at windows startup.  Should be able to get in the 430-440 range I'd think.
I tried that but I could not figure out which clock to use in Systool or ClockGen.  After locking up and rebooting several times I gave up.

3. Voltage mods.  Which I'm guessing seems a bit more then you can do.
I can raise PCI-E volts which helped get above 391 but at the max I was comfortable with only reached 410Mhz.

Otherwise just be content with your 52 odd percent overclock.
I feel like I got my CPU doing pretty good with this board.

Next step would be a newer MB which can handle a 1333 Rated FSB CPU and might change the Rated FSB strap above 400.  After all, my CPU can clock 46% over on the lowest voltage setting in the BIOs.

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: aicjofs on 18-June-08, 19:38:05
Quote
I tried that but I could not figure out which clock to use in Systool or ClockGen.  After locking up and rebooting several times I gave up.

Are you saying you weren't sure which clock generator(PLL) to use?  Try this guide to identify which one by looking at your motherboard.  http://www.cpu-cool.de/FSB.HTM

I'd guess in clockgen it will be ICS954148 or ICS945123.  If you get PLL detection problems it is usually caused by Digicell, Core Center apps if you have them installed.

What was your Trd in Memset?  How much higher did you raise it before adjusting FSB?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 18-June-08, 20:18:24
Are you saying you weren't sure which clock generator(PLL) to use?  Try this guide to identify which one by looking at your motherboard.  http://www.cpu-cool.de/FSB.HTM

I'd guess in clockgen it will be ICS954148 or ICS945123.  If you get PLL detection problems it is usually caused by Digicell, Core Center apps if you have them installed.

What was your Trd in Memset?  How much higher did you raise it before adjusting FSB?

Great link.  Thanks. 

I do have CoreCenter installed.  I will see if I can figure out which PLL my board has.  If it is supported I will uninstall CoreCenter and use one of the other programs raise FSB.  Until now CoreCenter was the only program I could use in windows to raise FSB and above 390 or so it locked up every time.

I tried adjusting Trd & Trfc with Memset a step at a time but CoreCenter still locked up even at 391Mhz.  Wish me luck.  Will try again after finding which PLL to use.





Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 19-June-08, 01:36:10
 Aaron Yuri, I assume the database at the beginning of this thread is combo of both suicide & everyday stable OCs? Mind you that this is just one those 'I'm just curious' kind of questions.

 Now my everyday OC has been upped to 3080 MHz from 3058 MHz and has been stable 100% load f@h for several days now. Much better than the max 2700 MHz it would do about 6 months ago. It seems that over time It gets better as this rig ages, like wine, whiskey and cheese. :lol_anim: That would put me at the #8 spot in that respect in addition to #6 for 3203 MHz for suicide. Time to try for higher suicde I guess, after all I feel the need to keep my rig in the list as long as possible. :grin:

 By the way what happened to #10 in the AMD list?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 19-June-08, 01:46:02
Suicide and stable. Or whatever the submitter wants to call it. :rolleyes_anim:

The #10 has disappeared because, er... Well... I don't know. :think: :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 19-June-08, 19:26:38
I'd guess in clockgen it will be ICS954148 or ICS945123. 
Thanks again for the link. The PPL is a ICS 954519.  I used that last night with ClockGen and whenever I go to adjust the fsb it jumps from 25.6 to 100.8 right away.  That jumps the FSB to over 1300MHz. If that is right and the board uses a multiplier of that 25.6 MHz to get the FSB.  It would not go over 250Mhz so it must be the internal frequency inside the PLL.  Of course it locked up when adjusted at all 

Is there any other program I could use?  CrystalCPUID does not have the 954519 in there listing.  CPUFSB does not either.  That is why I was using DualCoreCenter before.  It let me adjust the FSB but everyone says it is junk.  Maybe I’ll reinstall it and try it when I get a chance. 

I am about ready to just settle (Dang, I hate that word. Settle!!!) with what I have.  I have dropped to 2.45GHz and 1:1.25 for memory (875Mhz) with 4-4-4-12 timing at 2.15v.  The CPU runs cooler and as far as I have found is very stable.

(http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn224/Smoketest/PLL.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 19-June-08, 22:25:04
http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/ (http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/)

SetFSB supports that PLL.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 20-June-08, 02:00:29
http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/ (http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/)

SetFSB supports that PLL.
COOL!!!!    :agrees:  I guess you know what I'll be up to tonight.  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 20-June-08, 02:13:03
COOL!!!!    :agrees:  I guess you know what I'll be up to tonight.  :biggthumbsup:

Have fun! ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Sukhoi on 22-June-08, 06:43:50
 arrrrggg, I couldn't enter in the "big 4ghz group"  >:(  ;D

User: Sukhoi
MSI P35 Neo2-FR Bios v1.1 (yes... the stock yet)
Intel C2D e4400 390x10 = 3.9Ghz 95% OC

Validation:
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=378434
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SmokeTest on 23-June-08, 04:49:05
arrrrggg, I couldn't enter in the "big 4ghz group"  >:(  ;D
Still a good job!!!  :biggthumbsup:

But that puts me back on the bump spot. (Whenever Aaron can get it updated. :smile: )
Guess I'll need to do a little tinkering when I get back home.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 23-June-08, 11:57:59
I'll update later today. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Sukhoi on 23-June-08, 17:24:33
Still a good job!!!  :biggthumbsup:

But that puts me back on the bump spot. (Whenever Aaron can get it updated. :smile: )
Guess I'll need to do a little tinkering when I get back home.

thank man!  :). There is a part of history that not told ... I have the stock Cooler  :sad:
You want to know how I had to do to get that speed? We're in winter here  :idea: I leave you some pics  ;-))

(http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/6386/compu2fb7.jpg)
(http://img357.imageshack.us/img357/2038/compu3xq8.jpg)(http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/4575/compu4bz9.jpg)

I'm thinking to buy a CPUCooler, y saw the Xigmatek HDT (http://www.xigmatek.com/product/air-hdts1283.php), its cheap here in Argentina, compared with others of equal performance.

PD: please do'nt let me back in the chart !  ;-)) ;D

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bio-Hazard on 06-July-08, 19:30:51
Here's my latest updated system OC....................... :agrees:. Not as high as I was looking for, but it'll have to do for now, the voltage was getting to high for my liking................ :hat tip:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=385474 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=385474)

(http://img384.imageshack.us/img384/2576/maxocxb7.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 06-July-08, 20:23:06
 I find it simply amazing how far some those Intels can be pushed. I'm lucky to get an extra 900 MHz (3102, 2200 stock) out of my AMD X2 4200+ on air and run f@h full time on it.

 Edit: Yours is good for #8 in the 4000 & #6 in the Intel lists anyway. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 26-July-08, 20:54:25
 I just found out my OC is kind of slow, only #16 in the world out of the top 30 for X2 4200+. :grin:
 It appears I still have some future tweaking to do.

   >>  Here  (http://ripping.org/database.php?cpuid=414) <<
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 29-July-08, 15:03:10
A P7N Diamond/e8400...

Here are some 3d benches...
01
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/0188_84.th.JPG) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=0188_84.JPG)
03
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/0388_84.th.JPG) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=0388_84.JPG)
05
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/0588_84.th.JPG) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=0588_84.JPG)
06
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/0688_84.th.JPG) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=0688_84.JPG)
Aquamark
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/am88_84.th.jpg) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=am88_84.jpg)
and some pi...
1m
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/spi1m_84.th.jpg) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=spi1m_84.jpg)
32m
(http://images6.theimagehosting.com/spi32m_84.th.jpg) (http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=spi32m_84.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: uber-gambiteer on 29-July-08, 16:24:25

Very nice numbers you got there loonym. The 4.2 GHz enters you in "The Big 4000". About time for a Wolfdale. Paging AaronYuri :)

Is this on air or liquid?

Off:
I can't seem to successfully complete 32M, Vista just crashes. Is this dependent on Vcore and Vdimm, or is this just Vista? I never bothered to find out.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 29-July-08, 16:32:58
Air... unfortunately I spend all my $$$ on pc parts so I haven't ventured into alternative cooling. If I do it will probably be dice pots for benching  ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: uber-gambiteer on 29-July-08, 16:40:55

Quote
If I do it will probably be dice pots for benching  ;D

4.5 GHz would then be easy I guess. But did I read LN2 pot? ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 29-July-08, 17:44:36
hehe... either is ok, here's a cpuz validation (4415mhz) from that benching day... http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=393288 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=393288) not bad for nvidia chipset/air

edit: Sadly, I have only 2x2gb ram kits... I think results could be significantly higher with 2x1gb!!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: uber-gambiteer on 29-July-08, 18:33:28

On air, wow, I've read 4.4/4.5 GHz was attainable only on liquid, so is this a record or what?? What cooler did you use (TR 120?), and how's the temps?

And hey that's already a hairline from the #1...  ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 30-July-08, 18:34:49
Yeah cooler is a TRUE and 2 fans aided by venting AC air.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: 4n70n on 20-August-08, 11:48:32
E7200 with MSI P45 Neo2-FR... ;D
Suicide clock : http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=406010 (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=406010)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: skylineaddict on 29-August-08, 03:11:19
AMD Athlon X2 5200+ 2.7ghz Brisbane, stable as a gyroscope at 3.1ghz. No BSOD's with Prime95 for 24 hours, no errors and temps under 45c at all times.

FSB at 230
vCore at 1.375
HT Link under 1000, at 920

Proof:
(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/banner/407754.png) (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=407754)

I don't even want to attempt a suicide because my dad paid for my rig and if I mess it up, I don't get funded any more   :sad:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 29-August-08, 09:00:57
Congrats, 3100mhz is a good result. Should be enough for nice gaming.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DJRamses on 30-August-08, 01:43:04
(http://www.abload.de/img/cpuz2208ldo.jpg)

Okay , this was at 22.8.08. You can read all at the  German MSI Forum (http://www.msi-forum.de/thread.php?threadid=41582)
at this moment i cant OC my system. MB runs always in safe mode since new graphic adapter is installed. MSI Support Taiwan is contacted.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Sukhoi on 06-September-08, 23:59:26
I hope some day be updated the ranking  ;D

Suicide clocks, only for valid trying to enter in the "magic 4 group" with a 65nm procesor

MSI P35 Neo2-FR (I love it)
Intel C2D e4400 2.0Ghz @ 4Ghz - 100% OC 1.65v  :shocking:
CPU Cooler: Kingwin Revolution RVT-12025
Mems: SuperTalent 667 @ 960mhz 5-5-5-15 2.2v

(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/screenshot/413965.png)

Valid:
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=413965



Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 07-September-08, 00:18:58
Don't worry, he'll update it one of these days. :grin: :agrees:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 07-September-08, 02:37:43
I will! Promise! :hypocrite: :lol_anim: I'll do it tomorrow if I remember. I haven't had much time on my hands lately.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 08-September-08, 19:52:25
All updated. :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 09-September-08, 21:56:43
Quote
8 - skylineaddict w/ Athlon X2 5200+ @ 3105MHz
8 - russ_xp w/ Opteron "Denmark" 185 @ 3000MHz

Seems you didn't take enough time for the update ;-)). Russ needs to go to rank 9
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 09-September-08, 22:32:03
Whoops. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-September-08, 22:32:18
 And Pichu #10 :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 09-September-08, 22:38:39
Done!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: loonym on 10-September-08, 06:19:47
hmmm... I've put up numbers with q6600 and e8400. Can't remember if I posted x3360 benches or not. I get no love.  :wall:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 11-September-08, 00:00:00
Sorry, loonym. I quickly went through the thread. I've added the results now, however.

It would be better if some moderator updated this because I don't really have the time.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DJRamses on 11-September-08, 22:47:06
Okay my OC Problems has been solved now....  :agrees: see the test...

(http://www.abload.de/img/cepuzzek9p.jpg)

I hope to break the 4,8 Ghz  perhaps the 5ghz border this month. :shocking: :shocking:

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Sukhoi on 12-September-08, 03:03:33
Done!

Aaron, why I don't appear in the rank? I did something wrong?  :cry:

my post is above
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 12-September-08, 11:06:41
As Aaron's no moderator anymore and is also very busy he has just little time for this. He surely missed your post while trying to include everyone who applied for. Just too much applies and too little time so no bad intention. Guess he'll do it next he looks at it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 13-September-08, 19:26:06
You need a frequency higher than 4012MHz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Sukhoi on 14-September-08, 05:45:25
You need a frequency higher than 4012MHz.

yes, in the "big 4 chart"... but en OC%? I've 100%. But it doesn´t matter, im just asking Aaron, no problem  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-September-08, 06:00:22
 You can have it 2 ways, in the 'Top 10' (%) #3 spot & in the Intel top 10 lists. :grin:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Dwarden on 14-September-08, 13:31:23
P45 Platinum MS-7512 with performance bios p0i

Intel Core2Duo E8500
@

7.0*533~3736MHz
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=417580

7.5*533~4018MHz
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=417072

8.0*533~4270MHz
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=417582
(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/screenshot/417582.png)

memory is Kingmax running on SPD values
(but was forced to manually define tRAS as bios was using 15 intead of 18 while using high FSB (by default with default auto it's using 18 fine)
(tho 15 is stable and pass all memory tests there is no visible perf gain (<0.3%) so no point to change))

these are stable (passing hoursa and days stress tests) in terms of CPU/FPU/Memory
but there seems to be issues with stability of the buses / drive controllers (rare and random NTFS.sys BSOD)
so any suggestion related to e.g. voltages or PCI/PCIe etc are welcome so post in this thread https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=119938.0
some benchmarks linked there too
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DJRamses on 14-September-08, 13:56:42
I wish MSi would create a new Perfomance Bios for the X48C. The last P-Bios is from May.
@Dwarden
Realy good Job....  :agrees: respect!

Now, I want rebuillt in my DDR3...  there must be more into this Ram
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Dwarden on 14-September-08, 14:33:28
I wish MSi would create a new Perfomance Bios for the X48C. The last P-Bios is from May.
@Dwarden
Realy good Job....  :agrees: respect!

Now, I want rebuillt in my DDR3...  there must be more into this Ram


i'm still on DDR2 i see no point to go DDR3 until it's cheap as DDR2 :)
tho i would prefer just directly to XDR ;)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DJRamses on 14-September-08, 18:28:22
Quote
i'm still on DDR2 i see no point to go DDR3 until it's cheap as DDR2 Smiley
tho i would prefer just directly to XDR ;)
Yes thats right. I bought the DDR3 for a Test.  some Days ago, i cant OC my Board.
one Question:
How high are your VCORE setting? CpuZ Validation dont show this.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DJRamses on 27-September-08, 15:42:53
Now...
i ve give my PC a little more Fire....

(http://www.msi-forum.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=11234) :shocking:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Unicron on 29-September-08, 01:08:14
Just for fun and gigles:

I got an old AMD X2 3600+ Brisbane on a Nvidia 570 SLI board, that does 332.8 x 9.5 = 3160mhz (Nearly 6400+) on +0.2V vcore, with locked 800mhz Kingston HyperX @ 888mhz 5-5-5-18 2T on 2.25V (which is something the original bios will not allow!)

However: not 24/7 stable: After 6 hours stress testing, the northbridge overheats, and the CPU barely stays under 86 degrees. (coolermaster Hyper TX2)

So it works for "occasional gaming" or photoshop...

Currently working with a E6550, which isn't really a good overclock CPU. (already low multi, high fsb)
On a P43 mainboard (MSI 7519), hitting a (mem?) wall at 400fsb -> 2.8GHz. However, I'm NOT done with this one just yet!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 10-October-08, 22:25:26
Hi..Aaron

Updating my QX6850 with X48 Plat mobo.....to 4.109mhz

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=429964

(http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll15/frans2h/373x112-1.jpg)

(http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll15/frans2h/FinalMasterPC1-2.jpg)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 11-October-08, 03:24:23
I'm really hoping this is good enough to get me in the top 10, given this:

Code: [Select]
8 - skylineaddict w/ Athlon X2 5200+ @ 3105MHz
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=430055

Sig is up to date below...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 11-October-08, 07:08:47
frans2h, those cards give me butterflies every time!

Database will be updated soon. But like I mentioned previously, maybe it would be better if a moderator did it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 15-October-08, 00:08:01
So did I make it or what?

 :waiting:

 :hypocrite:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 15-October-08, 06:29:47
 Sure you will one of these days, you'll be AMD #8 whenever the list gets updated. You'll just have to be a bit more patient.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-October-08, 10:32:16
frans2h and htismaqe's results added.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 16-October-08, 04:31:26
Sure you will one of these days, you'll be AMD #8 whenever the list gets updated. You'll just have to be a bit more patient.

BOO!!!!

frans2h and htismaqe's results added.

YEAH!!!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Dwarden on 19-October-08, 17:11:46
would be interesting to break results to major types of cooling (air, water, liquid, other specials) :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 19-October-08, 17:33:31
would be interesting to break results to major types of cooling (air, water, liquid, other specials) :)

I think that's getting a bit too specific...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Dwarden on 21-October-08, 02:33:12
yeah but for obvious reason the air cooled one can't beat liquid nitrogen cooled system :)
i can match some or most of the water one if i'm not lazy and get some kickass cooler :)

same goes for people using just 'bios' OC vs additional voltage modding via soldnering etc :)

anyway maybe just the result list contain the cooling used so one can easily to see what's used w/o searching for each

so in the end it's just serious modding for OC and so so OC in free time :) ... nvm then


Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: frans2h on 06-November-08, 18:51:01
@Aaron : trying to spent time with E8400... and here is the temporal result..still looking the maximum..... ;D...500 x9 = 4500mhz...

(http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll15/frans2h/e8400500x9.jpg)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=442712
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Dwarden on 06-November-08, 23:53:59
ok just reporting this as expansion of my previous results

MSI P45 Platinum and MSI P45 Zilent (both bios 1.51) and MSI P45 Neo2 (BIOS 3.2)

E8500 C0 and E0 stepping

427x9.5

voltages in BIOS
CPU 1.4 (some Platinum boards needs 1.41/1.42)
MCH 1.4 (some Platinum boards needs 1.41/1.42)
memory 1.92
VTT 1.4 (some Platinum boards needs 1.41/1.42)
IO something around 1.67 (some Platinum boards needs 1.7)
rest auto

memory 4x1024MB KINGMAX 5-5-5-18-42-6-3-3-3
sooner tested also with 2048MB modules

i'm sure the voltages could be even lower now with the improved BIOSes (will try latest sometime soon)

rock stable (so the goal is now 445x9.5 and 533x8+ as rock stable :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: daztheman1 on 07-November-08, 02:09:47
thought this may be of interest for msi p7n platinum nforce 750i and e8400 users, 4.72 GHZ E8400! yes you don't need a qaud core!
(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/banner/379740.png) (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=379740)

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=379740
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: som3dud3 on 13-November-08, 06:27:33
Here is mine so far at 19 min into Orthos :smiley:!

(http://valid.x86-secret.com/cache/banner/445668.png) (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=445668)

(http://img363.imageshack.us/img363/6204/51602162xe4.th.jpg) (http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=445668)(http://img363.imageshack.us/images/thpix.gif) (http://g.imageshack.us/thpix.php)

(http://img232.imageshack.us/img232/8724/84015185oa1.th.jpg) (http://img232.imageshack.us/my.php?image=84015185oa1.jpg)(http://img232.imageshack.us/images/thpix.gif) (http://g.imageshack.us/thpix.php)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 13-November-08, 09:53:03
1.512V?  You may want to bring that down a lumper, som3dud3!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: som3dud3 on 13-November-08, 15:02:06
1.512V?  You may want to bring that down a lumper, som3dud3!

I hear ya but I can't get it stable without all that juice.  My temps are acceptable imho though.  I will start a new thread for assistance in reducing my vcore.  Any advice is welcome.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: John_G on 08-December-08, 13:29:48
My result:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=456741

AMD Phenom 9550 2.2GHz@3,07GHz using MSI DKA 790GX

Rated FSB@279MHz
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Mike on 08-December-08, 16:14:48
John G, start a thread for help. Help is not the purpose of this sticky--let's not hijack.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: John_G on 08-December-08, 16:45:55
John G, start a thread for help. Help is not the purpose of this sticky--let's not hijack.

Ok, I'll clean my post a bit.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Scottike on 27-December-08, 03:18:49
 :undecided: I guess I'll throw my old dog into the mix, too old to compete, but still hang'n in there.

Athlon 64 4000   2750 Mhz   250 fsb/mem clock. 1.5vcore, 37c idle, 50c load, stable.

Socket 939,  MSI ms-7025
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 28-December-08, 00:04:15
Feel free to throw it in but unfortunately that won't make you appear in the list. AMD top ten starts at 3000mhz what will be an impossible task for your 4000
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Scottike on 29-December-08, 02:34:04
 ;-(( I know I won't make the list, but I enjoy looking over threads like this to see what other people doing, and what they are doing it with.
especially when I'm thinking about a new rig.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 08-January-09, 16:50:14
Hi guys. This is my first time dropping around these forums, and I stumbled across this thread. I thought I'd share my current OC. It's not as high as I'd like it to be, at least it's nowhere near I got a 939 x2 4200 (3.4ghz suicides on air, would play games for about 30 minutes then... Well... Stop). This was using an Abit board (AT8 32X to be exact).

My current rig
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=479939

I've had this one to 3.3ghz (whoo 50mhz more) but it wouldn't do much more than post. I guess I could open my window seeing as it's winter and do a freezeout run and ramp up the vcore.... but I'd rather not pop it as this is my only rig currenty.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 12-January-09, 17:15:58
Got a new CPU (check my sig) and have it stable at a speed that should be good enough for #6 on the list.  Although, the percentage overclock is tiny compared to my old rig.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=483049

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
3262.5MHz (225*14.5) @ 1.45v
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 13-January-09, 01:08:16
Deneb, anyone?  ;-))

New toy, and loving it:

(http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_PhenomIIstockAODidle.jpg) (http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_PhenomIIstockAODidle.jpg)

(http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_PhenomII3937MHzSuperPi.jpg) (http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_PhenomII3937MHzSuperPi.jpg)

At 3.0 GHz, a single K10.5 core is about as fast as a single K8 core running at 3.5 GHz (according to my simple tests). Running completely stock, it's already faster in Super Pi 1M than my Opteron 1220 has even been. I just got it in this evening, more OC results soon...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 13-January-09, 10:42:04
You are a lucky one...

I might buy one of these!

Core i7 is just too expensive. :biggthumbsdown:  Be nice to pull my Ballistix back out, too. ;D

Keep posting those clocks :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 14-January-09, 00:22:46
Oh yes, once tax time comes around MY K9A2 Plat is going to be fed a Deneb. Hooray for Phenom II!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 15-January-09, 01:21:53
Managed to hit 4.0 GHz on one core:

(http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_PhenomII4000MHzSuperPi.jpg) (http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj205/QuadrifoglioVerde/K9A2_PhenomII4000MHzSuperPi.jpg)

Can't validate CPU-Z using one core, CPU-Z will only recognize the frequency of the other cores. 4.0 GHz on four cores just will not run any application, guess it's the motherboard VRM hitting its limit. Power consumption is off the chart at high Vcore. Got it running around 3.5 GHz now for daily use, still messing around with reference clock, NB/L3 cache frequency and memory.

Still loving this CPU, everything feels really snappy... :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 27-January-09, 23:10:34
Just curious, Hugo, did you try right clicking and changing to the core that has the 4 GHz on CPU-Z?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Quadrifoglio Verde on 28-January-09, 18:02:11
Uhm no, didn't know that was possible... :wall:

Will do that a.s.a.p. and then validate 4.0 GHz with CPU-Z...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 28-January-09, 19:47:00
You learn something everyday :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Komart on 16-February-09, 18:19:24
Hi,

This my second CPU i am using on the X48C the previews one was Q6600 @ 3.2Ghz

I am using Thermalright Ultra-120 eXtreme cooler,

CPU idle @ 28c
CPU Load @ 45c
CPU Volt is 1.3v

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/screenshot/509636.png)

Full Details Here (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=509636)


(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/509636.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=509636)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 16-February-09, 19:32:05
A good result but unfortunately not enough to get added. Nice temps  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Komart on 16-February-09, 19:39:17
A good result but unfortunately not enough to get added. Nice temps  :biggthumbsup:

Thanks  ;D the temp are about 10c above ambient :)

Quote
10 - ANewPrelusion w/ Core 2 Duo "Conroe" E6600 @ 3698MHz

I am 91Mhz from being the last place :D

Maybe ill try again later :D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Komart on 16-February-09, 20:00:13
Ok, Just tried Again :D


(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/screenshot/509718.png)

Full Detalis Here (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=509718)

(http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/904/temp38lc1.jpg)

I think that's enough for now :D but i think i can go more  8-)) never got a BSOD yet  :agrees:

Hope i can be on the OC database now  :smile:

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/509718.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=509718)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 16-February-09, 21:34:19
Should get you to rank 9 next time Aaron updates the database.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 24-February-09, 16:24:54
Got a new CPU (check my sig) and have it stable at a speed that should be good enough for #6 on the list.  Although, the percentage overclock is tiny compared to my old rig.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=483049

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
3262.5MHz (225*14.5) @ 1.45v

No update since 1st of the year?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 24-February-09, 19:12:29
Since Aaron isn't a moderator anymore he isn't around that often. I guess he will update the database next time he looks in here.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-February-09, 20:00:48
 I'm surprised my #6 spot held up as long as it did. I expected to be bumped down months ago. :grin:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 24-February-09, 21:34:55
No update since 1st of the year?

Preparing myself for i7.  Research, research, research...

I'll get to the go as soon as I finish a few things off.



I've openly posted about a moderator editing my stickies, but my posts have gone unanswered several times.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: John_G on 25-February-09, 11:23:33
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=498669

CPU PSN : AMD Phenom 9550 Quad-Core Processor
Core : Agena (65 nm) / Stepping : DR-B3
Freq : 3102.39 MHz (282.04 * 11)

MB Brand : MSI
MB Model : DKA790GX (MS-7550) BIOS v1.60

RAM : 4096 MB DDR2 Dual Channel (Hynix 2*2Gb)
RAM Speed : 564.1 MHz (1:2) @ 5-6-5-12

Wait for a new BIOS and go a bit closer to 300*11 ^__^
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: htismaqe on 26-February-09, 16:29:55
I'm surprised my #6 spot held up as long as it did. I expected to be bumped down months ago. :grin:

Well, when the updates are 60 days out...  :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Mega on 27-February-09, 23:49:12
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=517252

Surprised no PII's posted yet.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 06-March-09, 07:08:21
Many of us Avid OCer's have been preparing for the PII's Mega. I myself just received mine TODAY.

I have to swap out PSU's (from my hec Compucase 585w to my shiny new Corsair 750w) and update to the beta BIOS for my 720 BE, oh and swap that bad boy with my currently OC'd 5400+ BE (3.25ghz - has been at 3300mhz, but BSOD's ~ I'm probably not pushing enough volts to it, but I'm on air and didn't wanna take the chance)....


But yes, once I get this all finalized, you will see some healthy PII x3 720ness on here.  :bonk:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mstkseance on 27-March-09, 04:45:34
Nothing too fancy, but not too shabby either.

Idle @ 28C
Full Load @ 32C
1.399v

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/screenshot/535258.png)

Phenom II 720 BE and some DDR2-1066 on the way.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mstkseance on 01-April-09, 04:32:07
Probably could have gotten the bus up a bit higher, maybe i'll play around with that later.
Idle @ 26C
Full Load @ 39C


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=538465 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=538465)

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/screenshot/538465.png)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 01-April-09, 06:14:43
 Nice to see AMD finally getting some CPUs out that can clock that high. One of these days I'll have to get my 'Holy Toledo' X2 4200+ over 3.1GHz again.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-April-09, 21:50:25
Hey folks, as a newbie mod here I guess this is something I can do since I'm browsing the forum everyday and have the time to do it, I'm volunteering to do the updates here.
 All of you that think you have a spot in the list please submit your latest effort with cpu-z validation link.
 With the lastest AMD CPUs it looks like that list is going to see some big changes.

 I think I will make a small change there also. Please indicate whether it is suicide or everyday stable OC. I'm tempted to make two separate lists, one for each category.
 What do you guys think of that idea?

 Komart added, #9 Intel
 mstkseance added, AMD, you are now officially AMD #1 :biggthumbsup:
 Mega added, #2 AMD
 John_G, you now need to beat 3202MHz to make the list.

 If I missed someone 'whip me, beat me, make me bleed' :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 23-April-09, 22:38:32
Thank you, Henry!  Maybe the world + dog will stop bickering on at me, and will now do it to you. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-April-09, 22:50:25
  :grin: See last line in my last post.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 24-April-09, 00:15:38
2 days ago i've update finally my CPU to Opty 144 :agrees:
{several years old :D , but i'm really satisfied with entire PC performance :)}
SuperPi 1MB: 29sec
Not too good stepping only 1020Mhz over stock speed. :waiting:
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/opty.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-April-09, 00:46:55
 Svet that's about 56.5% OC so it's good for #8 in the 'Top 10 (%)' list. Post cpu-z validation and I'll add it to the list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 24-April-09, 02:11:24
You can't trust Svet with his CPU-Z validations...  He's wired to the internet and can manipulate these things.

Pentium 6, anyone?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-April-09, 03:03:45
 Svetborg?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 24-April-09, 03:09:51
I like to call him the Svetinator. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 25-April-09, 18:21:28
Svet that's about 56.5% OC so it's good for #8 in the 'Top 10 (%)' list. Post cpu-z validation and I'll add it to the list.

Done :) ==>http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=553583

You can't trust Svet with his CPU-Z validations...  He's wired to the internet and can manipulate these things.

Pentium 6, anyone?

Now have to update signature since the CPU change. :D
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/553583.png)

Quote
He's wired to the internet and can manipulate these things.

Nope that's not possible :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 25-April-09, 22:47:48
 Svet, what does Everest show for % OC on yours? I simply calculated it based on your stock speed vs OC to come up with the 56.5%, I'm pretty sure Everest should show the same.

htismage, added AMD #8.

 Thanks guys, you've bumped me from #6 to #9. ;-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 25-April-09, 22:53:54
Svet, what does Everest show for % OC on yours? I simply calculated it based on your stock speed vs OC to come up with the 56.5%,
I'm pretty sure Everest should show the same.


Don't be so sure :D ;-)):
(https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/zz1a.jpg) (https://forum-en.msi.com/moderator/pics/svet/zz1a.jpg)


Have better results, 68% OC, was able to get it to 3031MHz
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 25-April-09, 23:07:31
"Have better results, 68% OC, was able to get it to 3031MHz"

 Can you post a cpu-z val. on that, I'd rather enter it once than keep changing it. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: chicochaleur29 on 08-May-09, 02:12:12
My PC :

(http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/7688/81852615.th.jpg) (http://img17.imageshack.us/my.php?image=81852615.jpg)
(http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/7403/32452951.th.jpg) (http://img26.imageshack.us/my.php?image=32452951.jpg)
(http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/4017/65572142.th.jpg) (http://img12.imageshack.us/my.php?image=65572142.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 08-May-09, 02:44:20
965 and Eclipse, nice! :biggthumbsup:  Any overclocking results to share?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: chicochaleur29 on 08-May-09, 02:54:58
965 and Eclipse, nice! :biggthumbsup:  Any overclocking results to share?

Thanks
I have not overclocking my pc yet!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Blaise on 09-May-09, 23:21:34
Here's my i7 920 @4357MHz - verification link (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=544474).
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 10-May-09, 00:25:21
  Blaise, you really want that in the list huh? :lol_anim:

Done
 #3 The Big 4000
 #2 Intel Top 10
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Blaise on 10-May-09, 10:37:29
Thanks... as I stated in David J's now locked thread (i7 section), this isn't my everyday overclock. It was good for short a short run of Prime and a few SuperPi 32M runs. Not the best scores as I had to severely underclock my RAM to stay "stable". When I have a bit of money to throw at her, I want to get some Corsair GT Dominator RAM (1866 C7) and then I'll see where it goes... need a job first!

Best I ever got my other rig (AMD FX-60) was 3.34GHz and that was on water! Now she runs at a sedate 3.05GHz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 10-May-09, 11:03:40
 I don't push mine too hard because they both run f@h 24/7. Got my X2 4200 up to a little over 3200MHz last year but that was just a one time shot. I figure 2.91GHz f@h 100% load 25/7 is fast enough for it. Likewise 3GHz on the Q6600.

 I think most of the scores in the database were just stable enough to boot to OS and get cpu-z validation, that's what my 3203MHz #9 in the AMD list was.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 12-May-09, 01:27:13
Well, here's my work.  Not much overclock due to the cooling (using stock heatsink fan).  Enjoy.

 (http://img44.imagevenue.com/loc926/th_84718_ss_122_926lo.jpg) (http://img44.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=84718_ss_122_926lo.jpg)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 12-May-09, 02:20:18
 For everyday use I don't think you really can get much higher and notice any perfomance increase with the Athlon X2's. Most of them top out at 3.1-3.2GHz and still run stable anyway. Some won't even get that high on some MBs. Even the ones that start out at 3.0GHz sometimes won't go much higher.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 12-May-09, 07:11:59
That's true right there.  But I did noticed an increase in performance compared to my old AMD X2 4000+ that died 5 months back.  But honestly, I don't see why there's anyone that need 3.5+ Ghz to run anything these days.  Its not like you got programs that requires that much amount of speed.  But overall, it was fun tweaking it for me at least.

For everyday use I don't think you really can get much higher and notice any perfomance increase with the Athlon X2's. Most of them top out at 3.1-3.2GHz and still run stable anyway. Some won't even get that high on some MBs. Even the ones that start out at 3.0GHz sometimes won't go much higher.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 12-May-09, 07:54:47
 I did notice a performance increase on both of mine going from the stock 2.4GHz they both have, at least once I got past 2.7GHz anyway. As you can see in my sig I have them both at or near 3.0GHz which is just fine for me. I could sometimes use more RAM on the quad since at times I get carried away and have too many thing going at the same time.
 By the way, how are the temps while running Orthos? I know the stock AMD cooler is a lot better the things Intel supply.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 12-May-09, 08:33:07
^^using orthos, my temp topped 47 degrees. Which is I am glad, because I wanted the test to stay under 50.

Didn't know AMD stock cooler was better than Intel's. I know my brother had intel, but looked to me that its a good stock cooler.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 16-May-09, 17:25:42
I7 920 @ 4210  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=567565 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=567565)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Svet on 16-May-09, 20:06:13
I7 920 @ 4210  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=567565 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=567565)

Pretty well :agrees: Mine I7 do not OC so well: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=553583  :(
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 16-May-09, 20:40:06
 :doublefun:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-May-09, 20:46:18
 Joker1973, you're in there #8 Big 4K and #5 Intel. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 16-May-09, 21:02:12
Thanks Henry,  :hat tip:  Installing a window A/C unit in my office today.  Shooting for 4.3-4.5 once it's cold in here. :oc:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-May-09, 21:23:30
 As of this weekend there will no longer be a Big 4000 list. All in the list are Intel and there is no reason for there being separate lists for the two. I was just looking and some of the numbers don't match between the two lists so will be looking for the right figures and making adjustments and dropping the 4K list as there are no AMD's up that high yet to warrant a separate list.
 Big 4K & Intel list should be the same but for some reason they are not. Aaron Yuri was too busy with other things too really keep things up to date.

 It looks like there will be the last 4 people bumped from the Intel list in the end.

 Edit: The deed is done, you now need to beat 4203MHz to get on the Intel list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 17-May-09, 03:01:50
My Q9450 will not boot above 470 FSB, so I'm rather botched until I buy an i7! :biggthumbsdown:

Looks cleaner, Hen. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-May-09, 03:45:33
 Thanks. I'm pretty sure I have the Intel all up to date. I know there's at least one AMD I need to find again and enter it, that will bump me down to #9. At least I had #6 for quite a while.
 I can guarantee that I'm not going through 400+ posts again to sort things out after this. :lol_anim: If anyone has a problem with a missing entry than all they need to do is post a current cpu-z validation and I'll fix it.
 I wonder if any of the new AMD's will make it over 4.0GHz? The new AMD X2 Callisto (Deneb) is one I'm kind of wondering how high it will get.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 17-May-09, 05:27:03
Here we go :agrees:  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=568016 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=568016)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-May-09, 06:05:33
 Joker1973, :biggthumbsup: Moved you from #9 to #4.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 17-May-09, 17:33:43
What does not kill you only makes you, stranger :lmao:  I7 920 @ 4.420GHz   http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=568353 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=568353)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-May-09, 20:55:56
 Joker1973, edited for speed increase, rank still the same though. You are now #3 for reason stated below. That is after I find another one for #10 and edit the list again later today.


 Something I did notice today is that an entry in the Intel list (#1) is not using MSI MB, it is being dropped. Since this is MSI forum all candidates for listing must be with MSI MB.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 20-May-09, 18:34:11
If the Calli does well and gets over 4ghz+ easily, consider me in it.  Lol.  You know me Henry....I've been wanting to be on the list for a long time.  :nooo:  Just can never get it to it because of my stock cooling.

Also, I thought the Phenom II was able to get 4Ghz easily?  I see many on other forums that got to 4Ghz.

Thanks. I'm pretty sure I have the Intel all up to date. I know there's at least one AMD I need to find again and enter it, that will bump me down to #9. At least I had #6 for quite a while.
 I can guarantee that I'm not going through 400+ posts again to sort things out after this. :lol_anim: If anyone has a problem with a missing entry than all they need to do is post a current cpu-z validation and I'll fix it.
 I wonder if any of the new AMD's will make it over 4.0GHz? The new AMD X2 Callisto (Deneb) is one I'm kind of wondering how high it will get.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 20-May-09, 20:31:47
raisethe3, I'm waiting to see one up there. So far there's only 2 720's in the list and even then they're not all that close to 4K.

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 30-May-09, 22:43:15
Oh those two 720's aren't that good.  I was mainly talking about the 920's and the 940's.  I seen many people hit 4 Ghz easily.  *To all those who have the Phenom 2* Bring your big guns!

raisethe3, I'm waiting to see one up there. So far there's only 2 720's in the list and even then they're not all that close to 4K.

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 04-June-09, 10:27:51
Hey guys, long time no see here... Been busy playing with the 720.

Here is an April 14th CPU-Z submission when I got my new 720, after the other one dropped a core on me. Turns out it was a bad chip after all, and thankfully I didn't fry my motherboard.

BTW, everest doesn't show my CPU having a % OC because I'm not doing anything with the HT Ref clock. Otherwise, I would post a screenie of it.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=546532

I can get a recent CPU-Z validation if it's necessary. My current air solution won't allow me to do 3.8ghz daily, but when i get some liquid, I'm confident this will go over 4ghz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 04-June-09, 17:16:37
 That cpu-z validation gets you #1 spot for AMD anyway. :biggthumbsup:

 That puts me down to #10, one more and I'm gone from the list. ;-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 05-June-09, 02:58:08
Lol, you know you can always bang for a new processor.  Especially that cpu that I mentioned.  Here's the link:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/phenom-athlon-ii-x2.html

Here's a good analysis too.  Check it out.

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/pii550/

These thing hits 4.0ghz easily
That cpu-z validation gets you #1 spot for AMD anyway. :biggthumbsup:

 That puts me down to #10, one more and I'm gone from the list. ;-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 05-June-09, 06:11:10
That cpu-z validation gets you #1 spot for AMD anyway. :biggthumbsup:

 That puts me down to #10, one more and I'm gone from the list. ;-((

Sweet! I'm gonna do an A/C freezeout tonight to see if I can secure the AMD lead, and possibly see if I can get into the big 4k....

BTW, that's a nice OC on a 4200+. On an Abit board I had, I was able to get 3.3Ghz with an old 939 4200+ I was using before I got my MSI board.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 05-June-09, 08:10:18
 Bring it on Boombox, ever since I took over updating the databse I've been waiting to get and AMD into the 'Big 4K'. You are more than welcome to be the first one there. :grin:

 That was the fastest I could ever get it and still have it boot to Windows and get a cpu-z validation. As it is I now have it at a little under 3GHz 24/7 running f@h. Even that is pretty good for a X2 4200+ which is why at times I call it my 'Holy Toledo'. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 05-June-09, 09:23:34
Well, my cooling solution just isn't up to the task. The chip just gets too hot trying to boot windows. Even with the A/C cranked, all the vents blocked but to the computer room, the temps just rise too high during boot sequences.


Looks like I really am going to have to go for a water cooling setup. That's too bad. I had more faith in my XP-90 and my panaflo... Shucks.


Well, at least I know that the chip itself CAN, and WILL boot windows, I just need better cooling.  ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 05-June-09, 16:29:21
 What temperature does it get up to?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 06-June-09, 07:01:45
The chip steadily climbs until it reaches it's max TDP recommended by AMD (62c I believe) and then just stops.

I have an external temperature sensor which is hooked as close to the base of the ThermalRight XP-90 as I can get it, and you'll see the number raise quickly as the system is loading (the number reaches 41c; keep in mind this sensor is being skewed by the airflow being pushed through the fins as well). I would imagine that if I could keep it cool enough to get into windows, I'd be alright, as the system would begin to cool-off when windows is fully loaded.

No, I need a water cooled setup. I have read several guides, and they make it sound like the most difficult thing in the world. All I need is a 'grocery list' of sorts, and recommended components for a single loop setup. I can build it myself (I mean, I have like 5 bookmarks of companies which produce water cooling products) so the information is there, it's just not user information. Then, when you ask people about it, they either brush you off as some 'newb' who should use Google to get the information, or they try to tell you to spend upwards of 1k for a setup which includes the whole system.... The worst part is, when you Google for water cooling, guides from 2005 pop up, when dual cores reigned supreme... I dunno. I would have to build it one part at a time, because the wife isn't too happy about this little hobby I have with building the worlds fastest uber computer... Or whatever she calls it..  :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-June-09, 08:42:42
Why not just start a thread and ask what would be a good liquid cooling system to have. There are a few people here who have them and I'm sure they would be glad to share what they know. OC & Modding Corner is as good a place as any to start the thread since it has to do with both subjects. If I had the money I'd install one and then build a small swamp cooler for the radiator to cool it a bit more.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 06-June-09, 10:06:29
I guess I could do that. I'll start a thread in a few days or so. Right now, I have to find some sacrificial lambs for the wife to even consider me throwing down another... I dunno, 300 bucks on a water cooled setup.  :rolleyes_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-June-09, 10:21:43
 It doesn't hurt to get the information you need so you have shopping list ready to go.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 06-June-09, 10:26:55
Now now Henry, I'm already tempted enough to sell my soul to get a 720 over 4Ghz.  X-((

I'd also like a 24" monitor and 3 more 4870's..... But that's besides the point. LOL.


Nah, I'll work out the kinks with the babe and see what things I can get rid of here (like the extra computer parts.... my PS2.... and schtuff) before I commit to posting a failure. I've done that in the past (When I first got the K9A2 Plat. and told some folks I was planning to get a quad of 3850's.... Well, that never seemed to surface, haha).
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-June-09, 19:51:25
It doesn't hurt to get the information you need so you have shopping list ready to go.

 While you're working out the kinks with Boombabe. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 07-June-09, 10:58:21
Yeah yeah, what can I say? She is the boombabe.

We like to modify our cars, and I like to modify my computer.... Nasty, expensive hobbies I must say!

In my old car, I use to have 2 15" subwoofers.... That's how I got the name Boombox, and it just kinda stuck.

As soon as we get moved, we're gonna be trading in my wife's car (because she just had to trade mine in for something newer) and I'm gonna throw in another system. You have any idea what it's like going 2 years without a medal winning stereo in your car? It's like having an X1650 Pro in an Eclipse motherboard!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 07-June-09, 17:47:06
 Is like having an ATI x300 in my media PC. I guess I should put my MSI 1950 Pro in it since it is becoming my every day PC. One of these days I need to get a G31M MB for it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 08-June-09, 11:45:26
Eggads! an x300! Dude...



I mean, it would be cool if you were running a 9700 AGP card or something, but an x300? Shame, Shame.  :photo:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 08-June-09, 18:31:57
 It's a PC my sister gave me but it was mostly for the really nice monitor that came with it. I have a MSI 1950 Pro lying about as mentioned and will put it in soon. Funny thing about that PC is cpu-z shows it has single core CPU and PC Wizard '08 and Win. device manager show it as dual core. I thought it had Pent. D 960 but seems to be P 4 560. Guess I'll pop the cooler off when I swap out the vid. and see what it says on the CPU. It might be a while because the cheap PSU it came with is only +12V~18A. I have better PSU but the fans from it are being used as case fans in my P35 rig. Oh woe is me!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: JokersMommy on 14-June-09, 16:47:26
First attempt with the new toy ;-))  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=586206 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=586206)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-June-09, 19:48:38
 Bump it to more than 4023 and you will be 1st AMD in the Top 4000. (I would need to make a new list though)  :biggthumbsup:

 Edit: I will now enter you as #1 in the AMD list.

 I will no longer be in the list. (http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/crying_work_1-2.gif) (http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/lol_anim_laugh.gif)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 15-June-09, 10:07:16
Egads! Those 550s, I swear!

Well.... The wife goes back to work Wednesday... I go back to work Wednesday... We just got the move finished, and my PC now sits just a mere few feet from an A/C vent.... Are you thinking what I'm thinking? I just might be able to fashion up an air duct to blow cold A/C onto the CPU heatsink/fan I have in order to see if this 720 can really do 4Ghz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-June-09, 04:53:16
Some of lifes greatest rivalries, Ford vs Chevy, AMD vs Intel. As with Ford, AMD still comes in at a close 'second'. Here's the results for the first attempt to OC with 100% default voltages. All done on 'air cooling'. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=587125

Congrats joker on that AMD! :worship:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-June-09, 05:52:48
 HU16E, do you want that entered for Intel #7 spot or do you want to play around some more?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-June-09, 06:12:29
Well, I suppose it can be postponed for awhile. I will be raising the base clock 1 number at a time to see what it will top out at on default voltages over the next few days or so. Might 'chicken out' for anything above default. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-June-09, 06:25:01
 OK, I'll leave it alone for now. Let me know here when you're ready for the list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 16-June-09, 17:56:14
I'm sure he can squeeze a lot more out of that thing. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 17-June-09, 02:13:46
Topped out at a base clock of 168, & gave it the torture test for stability. All is fine so far. It 'hangs' in the W7 Welcome window at 169 most of the time. Did get it to fully post once, but decided 'not' to validate, as it isn't stable at that. All the voltages & 'Auto' settings were basically left alone. The 'only' thing I changed, was reducing the 'Mem. Ratio' to 4 & the 'Uncore Ratio' to 8 which resulted in a 1348 RAM speed from 1066. This thing is so screaming fast now, further 'tweaking' may be put on hold for awhile. I'm sure it won't be long before we see a 5.0 hit the list. On 'air'? http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=587698
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-June-09, 02:46:44
 That gets you Intel #4. If you want to you can post a so called suicide at a higher speed as long as you can get a cpu-z validation of it, that's what most of them in the list are anyway.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 17-June-09, 03:24:29
4.3GHz on default voltage :dance:.  5.0GHz easy with some tweaks.  Find it's QPI sweet spot.  Most of the reviews I've read on the plus said the Mem and qpi were moody like the standard Eclipse.  I didn't last 10 seconds in prime at 4.1 til I got the QPI voltage happy.  Nice work HU16E!  :agrees: Thanks for getting the rig nice and warm before you give it to me :deadlaugh:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-June-09, 04:10:05
 OK you two, which one of you is going to give 5 grand for the list?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 17-June-09, 04:57:34
Not long ago, 4.0 was the 'dream' level. Now, it's possible to have a 4.0+ rig that will run 24/7. No doubt that 5.0 is achievable. On air, not sure about that. Will I try it? Probably, but not for awhile. Really, the credit goes to Intel, & to MSI for manufacturing not only a beautiful board to look at, but it was a breeze to build up a system on it as well.

One thing I'm extremely pleased about, is on initial startup, the IOH temp was 74c, & after two weeks running now, it has 'dropped' 10c to 64c.

You never know joker, you just never know. After my first electrical bill shows up, it may 'pay me' to let you have this thing! :lol_anim: You might have to arm wrestle AaronYuri for it first.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 17-June-09, 06:25:34
 8-))  Time and place for arm wrestling.-----I fight dirty!! :smash2: :lmao:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Jack on 17-June-09, 12:39:58
Looks like I got kicked out of the list(s).   :(

But wait:

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=107990.msg826381#msg826381

Pushing an an E6600 to 4023 MHz means a 1629 MHz above default speed, or: 1629 MHz/2394 MHz * 100 = 68.04 % Overclock. (which should still put me into the 6th position in the Top 10 (%) list.  Can that be (re)arranged?  ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-June-09, 19:35:31
 Jack t.N., I sure can do that for you, coming right up.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Jack on 18-June-09, 13:23:19
Thank you so much.  :hat tip:  ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-June-09, 09:52:59
This new MSI Eclipse Plus is something special guys & gals. In the process to tie joker with a 170X26 = 4420 & let Jack back in as #10, with the fraction of the multiplier, it would overshoot. So, it was only logical to shoot for the next level. It's now beyond 'default' & 'auto' settings to reach this. QPI 1.35v (may be able to lower this?), CPU V. +0.22 = 1.480v, base clock 175, multiplier 26, Mem. Ratio 5, Uncore Ratio 10, RAM 1756, Timings 9 9 9 24 1T @ 1.60v, NB Freq. 3511.0, PCI-E 101, PCI 37.3, Spread Spectrum disabled, & everything else still on auto. Idle temps 44 40 44 42. A personal CPU V. limit for me is 'not' to go over 1.50v, so it will be close to tweak to make 'the big 5.0'.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=590263
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 21-June-09, 10:30:50
Nice my brother :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 21-June-09, 10:38:00
 HU16E, I just moved you up from #4 to #2. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 21-June-09, 15:09:38
Surely, it can go further?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 21-June-09, 18:59:38
HU16E is just breaking it in before he gives it to me.  I just got my thermal-nuclear heat protection gear so I will be able to push it past 5GHz :oc: :deadlaugh: :deadlaugh:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 29-June-09, 01:16:58
Eggads! an x300! Dude...

  :lol_anim:

 I put one my 9600GT's in there for f@h now that I have my N250GTS. I would have used my MSI 1950 PRO but I can't run f@h on it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 30-June-09, 21:55:13
The day of the Duo Core domination has reached it's end. The i7 takes it's rightful place as the new leader in it's class. Although this new milestone has been achieved on air, those with a system running on superior cooling to mine, 5.0G should be a reality. I set a personal goal to 'not' exceed 1.50v, & stretch the system to it's limit at that. It took +0.29 to make it stable at a voltage of 1.504, just a hair over the target. I'm done, so lets see how long it stands before it gets blown out of the water. (By water, ha, funny!).

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=595775
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 01-July-09, 03:24:24
 :agrees: :agrees: :agrees: :party:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 01-July-09, 21:13:05
 HU16E, moved you to #1. :biggthumbsup:

 So now who's going give me 5G for the list?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 01-July-09, 21:18:59
Me!

...


I wish. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 02-July-09, 02:08:32
COLD WATER is in the near future so maybe a 4.8 from me!!???!!??
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 07-July-09, 03:59:50
The new MSI X58 Pro-E board & the new i7 950 are a good match. This was it's limit for running stable within my target of 1.50v's on air cooling. CPU V. 1.504v core temps 52 52 52 52, CPU PLL V. 1.88v, QPI V. 1.34v, DRAM V. 1.55v.

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 07-July-09, 04:38:13
 :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 08-July-09, 20:00:29
 HU16E, got your 2nd rig in for #3 now. i7 975 #1, i7 950 #3.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 09-July-09, 06:12:15
Thanks Henry! I was able to 'barely' squeeze 1 more base clock out of it with just a slight overshoot of the target CPU voltage.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 01-August-09, 04:25:53
Damn, those PII run like crazy!  Kudos to those who have them. :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 03-August-09, 05:24:35
Well... I have some news... Just an update really, and it's not looking good.. No, I didn't break anything, but I'm just upset that I found out what the wall was of my lovely 720... At least with this particular motherboard.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=633719

...............3900mhz. I actually am able to get that bootable into Windows at a CPU voltage of 1.5, but I was trying out the new version of AMD Overdrive, and it likes to add a bit of extra juice to the CPU I guess when it goes through it's overclocking routine.

After submitting several dumps both with, and without AOD, Canardpc has neglected to actually send ANY of them to my email address. I have sent them an email looking into the issue, maybe their servers are slow... Who knows.

Anyways. I jerry rigged my computer room tonight to get this feat accomplished. All the work I had to put into it, to only see an extra 100mhz was kind of a waste really. To go into detail, I have a central air A/C unit, with a vent just 2.5 feet from my PC. I also have a window A/C unit in here, so I can close the vent to the central unit and cut down on electrical costs (we save 15 dollars a month with this method) because when no-one is in the room, the PC is off, and so is the window A/C unit.  I unplugged everything except the monitor, mouse, keyboard, and LAN so I could edge it close enough to the central air vent and built a duct around the computer case. In the end, I had temps exceeding my expectations (16*c IDLE at 3900mhz) as when I have typically OC'd this bad boy the temps rose too high and I would hit the thermal envelope and it would reboot. So with frozen fingers I type this, and frozen toes too. So while my original intentions were to take this chip above 4Ghz, it's apparently just not possible, with any combination of OC style, or any separate tweaks put into the mix. Oh well, at least a 720BE on AIR could see 3.9Ghz, Prime Stable for at least 3 hours, and games well. Shucks.



Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 03-August-09, 19:32:52
 Still leaves you #2 but I changed it from 3800 to 3900.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 04-August-09, 00:53:14
I know I'm still #2 in the AMD world on this forum, but I have searched countless other places and people have been able to get close to 4Ghz with their chips.

I was hoping to be one of those many, but I suppose having a stable 3.9Ghz is better than what most see with a 720BE, which is 3.7Ghz on the average. It is one of those "special" date codes though, so when I get a new motherboard, I may be able to unlock a 4th core, and still achieve speeds of 3.5ghz+..

All that hard work though put into making sure the temps stayed down went for naught!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 04-August-09, 06:26:25
@ Boombox,  I got the MSI 790FX-GD70 for my mother "JokersMommy" and I like it better than my Eclipse core I7.  I want one for my self.  Awesome bios for overclocking.  I recommend it if you are looking AMD! :hat tip:  Bios 1.5b3 allows 4th core unlocking FYI.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 05-August-09, 07:19:46
"JokersMommy"

 :lmao:!

and I like it better than my Eclipse core I7. 

If you don't want it...  I'll gladly take it off your hands. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 06-August-09, 09:24:43
@joker - I've heard many good things about the GD70, and I like that it's the big brother to the board that I currently have. However, I'm a little saddened that the board's release was so close to the inception of the supposed new RD8x0 series of chipsets, due later this year, otherwise I'd ebay the K9A2 plat and pickup the GD70. I wanna see what this new chipset is capable before I make a decision, especially since my system is very capable of doing what I want; folding, gaming, movies...
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 07-August-09, 07:57:10
Understandable. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: why2k on 09-August-09, 11:31:37
Excuse me,

I just want to join participation in these good threads  :)

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=644814

ON AIR !!

Thanx & peace...   :angel:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 09-August-09, 19:51:46
SWEET :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-August-09, 20:47:37
why2k, I'll put you in tied with 4n70n for #9 sometime today. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 09-August-09, 21:47:28
why2k, that's nice!  I'm impressed. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-August-09, 22:41:46
why2k, you're in there now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: why2k on 10-August-09, 10:33:38
My results its still nothing than what all of u reach. Im sure u all more expeience & competent than me, so maybe its will be going easier to reach that :-)

Thanx to put my name in the list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Boombox on 11-August-09, 08:30:23
why2k, since you're on air, you may wanna give this a shot:

Find an A/C vent and post your system next to it. Open the case and grab a few soft-cloth blankets, and something to hold the cloth onto the top of the case. With your system next to the airvent, drape the blanket over the top of the case, and then put it over the air vent, so you in a sense make a "tent-tunnel" so the cold air is vented straight to the system. Set your A/C to run constantly, wait 10 minutes to boot the system and then start overclocking. If you're interested in this, I can take some pics for you if you like, because I'd like to see what you can get on air with that Q. This is how I was able to make sure heat wasn't going to be a problem with my 720 BE, and I know that heat isn't the problem... Maybe I need a board which allows overvolting a bit more... I dunno. But when I hit that wall, I was sad.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bodhi on 11-August-09, 17:25:50
hello to all,

here my participation of the oc's database :

(http://img220.imageshack.us/img220/3323/550x24ghzvalidcpuz800mh.jpg)

20*200 - vcore1.52

SPi 1M :

(http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/5343/550x24ghzsuperpi.jpg)


Valid OCCT 1h00 @3.9Ghz :
cpu : Phenom II 550 X2
steeping : 0919EPMW
mainboard : MSI 790FX-GD70
type of ram : 2x2Go ballistix tracer DDR3 PC12800
vcore : 1.52v
coef & fsb : 19.5x201
air cooling : True black + Papst 100cfm
Temp: both core at 41° max.

(http://img512.imageshack.us/img512/9176/550x239ghzocct.jpg)


(http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/5992/550x239ghzcgoc.jpg)

and for the fun :


(http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/7234/3dmark550x239gz.jpg)


-I made your images clickable to the full size
-Mike
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 11-August-09, 18:11:32
 Bodhi, you're in there, #2 AMD @ 4000MHz. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bodhi on 11-August-09, 18:32:14
new validation @4040Ghz :

(http://img529.imageshack.us/img529/3933/550x2405ghzcpuzvalidate.jpg)

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=648846

thanks  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 11-August-09, 18:46:56
 #1 @ 4040, Joker's mamma needs to pump it up! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 11-August-09, 19:07:44
She won't let me play with her rig any more!  Must be sneaky! :rolleyes:

Nice work Bodhi :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 29-August-09, 07:17:56
Quote
OK you two, which one of you is going to give 5 grand for the list?

Hang on to your hat Henry! I got an E. Plus refurb & slapped a 975 on it. The air cooling fans are ready, & I'm going for it soon! Won't go over 1.55v on the CPU though. I can't justify cookin' a 1k CPU!  :smile:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 29-August-09, 07:28:22
My C0 tops at 4.6.  When Ron sends me his 975 I'll be happy to pop 5.0 or more for ya! :frankie:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 29-August-09, 07:44:43
Better send me your shipping address in a PM. I have to will all this stuff to somebody! :lol_anim: Might split with you & Aaron! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 29-August-09, 08:54:14
There is too much rain in Wales.  It might get damaged in shipping.  California is much safer and cheaper to ship to. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 29-August-09, 10:26:49
There is too much rain in Wales.  It might get damaged in shipping.  California is much safer and cheaper to ship to. :lol_anim:

 :lmao:!  Legendary!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 29-August-09, 10:28:46
 Yes it would be much happier in dryer, sunny although at the present time somewhat smokey northern California. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 29-August-09, 10:38:52
Well, I guess I could split everything three ways! :lol_anim: How are the electric bills in NV? With all three machines running, it would probably cause a worldwide blackout! Then again, who would get the 950!  :undecided:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 29-August-09, 11:24:12
Just give me the board! :angryfire: :lol_anim: :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 29-August-09, 11:42:09
With an umbrella :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 29-August-09, 17:10:19
The 950 can go to JokersMommy :help:                 (http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q139/rattlehead73/ICONATOR_3f55be725b7c56c861d03e50fd.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 29-August-09, 23:29:32
 I need a m-atx MB for my Sony MC PC so none of that stuff would do me much good anyway. :lol_anim:
 With my 2 rigs folding 24/7 and swamp cooler off and on day and night electric is about $100/month on equal monthly payment plan.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 31-August-09, 09:17:07
Did some preliminary testing with the Pro-E & 950 to test out the 'improved' air cooling technique. In the process, I found the absolute max. for the 950. I sure hope my bios reading is right when it was at 1.544v, because that CPU-Z reading of 1.624v scares the heck out of me!

[removed on user’s request]

 :oops: Henry, I forgot to snap a shot of the OC % in Everest, but she should qualify for the #10 spot with a 51% OC. Original 3.06X51%=4620.6
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 31-August-09, 17:31:26
 :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 31-August-09, 17:46:08
4.6!  Sweet!  What about stable?  4.0 I hope?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 31-August-09, 23:40:54
 HU16E, changes made.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 01-September-09, 01:38:24
Thanks Henry! Aaron, it will do at least 4.044 on default for sure, the 975's will do 4.383 or better on default. For maximum stable speeds, I haven't run a full array of tests. When I saw that high CPU V. reading on CPU-Z, I tried to get back to a more reasonable setting as soon as possible. My bios was reading 1.544v, & I haven't noticed any degradation or changes in performance with everything back to everyday speeds.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 01-September-09, 02:59:46
My 920 just isn't working right!  I did what the "crappy" manual said.  ;-(( It just doesn't work for ME!!!  :deadlaugh:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 01-September-09, 03:06:09
 :lmao: And I suppose you're not going to pay any attention to what we have to say about it either. Are you sure you put it in the right slot?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 01-September-09, 07:44:33
 :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: benjitoll on 04-September-09, 06:23:53
How about a database for FSB overclock by Memory Controller.

Intel Pre i7 and i5 days
AMD's IMC's from K8 on up to K11
And Intel IMC's for the i7 and i5

These days the CPU is hardly the performance bottleneck.  The interconnections are:  Memory interconnection, and PCIe interconnection.  These would be a good database of overclocks to trend.  I don't find many people doing this kind of over clocking but it is really rewarding for game performance, more so that simple CPU OCing.  It could go something like this.

K11 in Ph2 945 with FSB @ 275
NB and HT @ 2475 9xFSB
Pat Viper DRR2 1066 @ 1100 12:6 Ratio
(Voltage boost of 2.05 from 1.8)
CPU @ 3300 11X

It takes more timkering to overclock this way, and you really truly do or should know what you are doing specially if you want to do a voltage boost this way.  I am really good at burning up the MossFet capacitors for the CPU, but an RMA usually gets them replaced.  I am kind of scared about doing this with AM3 boards though.  You can't really damage the CPU this way unless it is old.  Least not AMD CPU's.  Intel is too expensive for my OC habit.  Or should I say I am too jealous of the $1000 dollar chip guys, no of them with AMD.  This is not for people who can't afford to loose a chip.  It is for people who burn chips instead of tobacco.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 04-September-09, 08:32:32
 This topic is not about how you do it, or whether memory is controlled by northbridge or IMC it is simply here to show who has the the fastest on this forum, with MSI MB of course, that cares to have theirs in the list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: benjitoll on 04-September-09, 08:43:34
Oh well, life's just for getting high on speed rather real performance stats.  Don't get me wrong, it is all about having fun, but does that mean we throw reality out the window and live off phony glories.  I won't suggest this to the supreme beings who moderate here, and it was only a suggestion, not an attack on anyone's competence or anything. 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 04-September-09, 11:43:47
Henry is just answering your question.

P.S.  There is no FSB on AMD K8 and beyond, or i7. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-September-09, 04:32:10
I'm just getting warmed up...

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693919 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693919)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-September-09, 04:37:17
Sorry Joker. ;D

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693919 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693919)

EDIT:  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693919 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693919)

Next victim.

EDIT2:  Just noticed the new validation just replaces the old link. :lol_anim: :bonk:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: raisethe3 on 06-September-09, 04:47:42
Just for fun.  Squeezed it a little more.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=693935
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-September-09, 04:52:16
 Aaron, any reason in particular all 3 validations are the same? I think just one would have been enough unless you made a slight error with the validation files you chose to use. As it is what you have would put you at #4.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-September-09, 04:53:28
Any baseclock 222 and over wouldn't boot.  Such a pity the baseclock is holding me back - not temps or CPU ability...  221 maximum baseclock is still astounding.  This is one great board, I have to be honest.

Henry, check edit number 2.  The 3 validations were 4.4, 4.5, then the third is what you see.

EDIT:  I remember that I made this thread.  I can edit the main post.  Mwhahaha!  Henry, I added myself in.  Hope it fits with your alignments. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 06-September-09, 05:27:25
@ Aaron,  That's Ok!  :biggthumbsup:  I gots me a C0 920 and she gets too hot. ;-((  It will do 4.6 but it's scary.  Soon as I get my 975 I'll smoke you and Ron. :agrees: :agrees: :agrees:


P.S.   Anyone want to buy a kidney?   ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-September-09, 05:56:21
 Aaron, yup 4650 is a bit better than the 4629 that you had in your post first time around. ;D
I did a minor edit there, added X4 so it fit in with the rest of CPU descriptions.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-September-09, 06:02:54
Thanks Henry.

Joker, if I had a 975, I would pwn you all. :smash2:

I'm pretty convinced this CPU is faulty so I could care less. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 06-September-09, 06:28:07
At least you get a taste of what it be will be when you get your components worked out.  Frustrating when items are bad out of the box!  Told you this platform was easy to over clock! :agrees:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-September-09, 06:43:19
I think I'll return the CPU and board to Scan and see what they can come up.  I'm pretty good when it comes to troubleshooting, but I haven't got a freaking idea with this.  I'm 100% lost.  My lack of spare i7 parts isn't helping either.

Yes Joker, it's very easy!  I only adjusted the CPU and QPI voltage. :yes:  I booted Windows at 4.6 GHz then realised I booted Windows at 4.6 by just changing 2 voltage settings.  It felt surreal. :worship:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 06-September-09, 06:56:50
Wait till you encode a movie in 4-5 min.  Maybe by the time you get your rig sorted out I'll have a D0 stepped something and can get some faster clocks with less Vcore & heat.  Tried to test 1.9b2 in M-flash and I couldn't get it to load.  I'll wait for the next release.  Since I'm limited with my CPU see If you can knock Ron out of first. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-September-09, 07:21:32
I've loved the encoding speeds.  I use a Black Magic Intensity and record my Xbox 360 gaming. :lol_anim:

I tried everything I could think of to get 222 baseclock to work, but no cigar.  If I could just get the baseclock to 226 I would be number 1! ;-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-September-09, 08:11:01
Hey Aaron! Welcome to the party! I guess my 'coasting' is over. Have to knuckle down & stop sandbagging. When the fans get going full tilt, the house starts to lean inward!

These boards & CPU's are truly amazing aren't they? You will also be surprised at the high stable performance level you can set. I take it your on liquid cooling now? Congrats on your early success. I'll be watching over my shoulder! ;-)) Unless your the lead mule, the view is all the same!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 06-September-09, 09:15:05
Just popped a 4.6 and bsod right on cpu-z. 1.62Vcore.  No more till I get a D0. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-September-09, 09:30:49
Quote
Just popped a 4.6 and bsod right on cpu-z.

Don't you just hate it when that happens!
I hope you get a good D0. We can't have that upstart from Wales encroaching on our visions of grandeur! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 06-September-09, 09:33:56
it's just a matter of time.  Birthday is soon!!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 08-September-09, 06:52:24
Ah pot luck, Joker!  I hope your D0 edges closer.  I think I'll have one more try before I send the board off. ;D

I'm on the water now, yes.  But I don't see the drastic improvement I was expecting.  (I think the block isn't tight enough.)  The mount I have has to be manually tightened.  I have to hold the bolt and turn the screw; which means every time I want more pressure I have to take the board out.

Here we go!  That #3 spot is mine!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 08-September-09, 07:00:31
In your dreams!  :lol_anim:

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 08-September-09, 07:02:18
 :shocked_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 08-September-09, 07:36:11
 Updated.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 08-September-09, 10:25:23
Now that was just evil, Ron.

Found the reason for my temperature too.  The mount is thinner than the LGA775 one, so the screws were poking out of the base by about 1mm.  Issue has been rectified with a washer :grin:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 08-September-09, 13:44:15
Not only evil Aaron, but mean, rotten, & nasty as well! :lol_anim: The shear audacity of that E8400 sitting in the #2 spot was more than I could endure! It had to be ousted by the new sheriff in town, the shiny new upstart i7's! As for this 'air cooled' 950 & MSI Pro-E board, it is now retired to a life of basic applications, e-mail, fun & games, EIST, C1E, & a quick thrill once in awhile with Turbo Boost!

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 08-September-09, 21:54:49
 Updated
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 09-September-09, 08:04:54
Thanks Henry! :biggthumbsup: I keep forgetting to take a snap of Everest for OC %, but Aaron has blown me out of the #10 spot anyway with a whopping 74% OC. Those 920's are impressive!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-September-09, 08:09:17
 Yeah, best % I ever had was my 'Holy Toledo' X2 4200+ at just over 40%
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: gzhil on 12-September-09, 09:14:29
Too bad I can't be in the official list and I dont have the CPUZ link. Only screenshots.

This was the system configuration I used to compete at Round 2 for MOA2009. Luckily I entered the finals

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c393/gzhil/My%20Rig/MOA%202009/SuperPiSetup.jpg)

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c393/gzhil/My%20Rig/MOA%202009/5024mhz724984s.jpg)

67.13% gzhil i7 950 3006mhz @ 5024mhz
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 12-September-09, 09:27:37
 Shame on you for not validating it. :oops:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 12-September-09, 09:58:32
Nice gzhil! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 13-September-09, 06:53:30
Quote by Aaron, OP.
Quote
It isn't a competition, there is no prize. It's just so people can compare their overclock to others. That was my intention of starting this topic anyway...

Since it is just a matter of time before a sanctioned/unsanctioned, manufacturer or distributor sponsored OC'er or OC team posts a record high OC, how about a separate list or thread for them. Us normal mortals that have home built self paid for air or water cooled rigs, be matched with corporate dry iced test bench machines with maybe ES CPU's, that will more than likely never see an e-mail? They also compete for cash, prizes, or some other form of public recognition. We mere mortals can only hope to not fry something & make the top 10, & have some fun along the way, but we do need a level playing field in the process.

How about it? Separate list? Or do we have to go up against OC'ers & OC teams sanctioned/unsanctioned, & those that are supplied with free parts & test benches?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 13-September-09, 07:50:39
How bout MSI sends Ron and I some new toys to hit 5+ :lol_anim:  or at least a couple of T-shirts :rolleyes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 13-September-09, 08:56:59
5? Let's go for 6! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 13-September-09, 09:02:37
 If I get any such guys I'll start separate listings. So far as I know the ones there now are plain old air and liquid cooled rigs. You are right that those super chilled rigs don't belong in the same list with the others.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 13-September-09, 09:47:57
Thank you Henry for your decision. :biggthumbsup:

Come on guys, the #1 spot is ripe for picking! Help me put a 'Former #1' in my sig! I'm a bit of a chicken when it comes to CPU V's! Cluck, cluck! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 13-September-09, 10:09:43
Personally I would like to build a chilled water system if I was younger and had the money to do it. I've gotten so lazy with my OC's now that I just run it up to stable on stock volts running f@h and leave it at that. It was nice to get my K8N Neo-F PCB 1.0/X2 4200+ Toledo up to 3203MHz with a relatively small C M Hyper TX cooler on it when I had it last year.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 13-September-09, 17:15:55
Come on guys, the #1 spot is ripe for picking! Help me put a 'Former #1' in my sig! I'm a bit of a chicken when it comes to CPU V's! Cluck, cluck! :lol_anim:

With my current chip I have no chance in beating you so I salute you, The Lead Donkey! :lol_anim:  However, if the birthday and Christmas are good I will try like hell and gloat very annoyingly if I succeed!
 8-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 14-September-09, 10:10:58
:typing: I bet you have your victory speach drafted & ready to post don't you? :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-September-09, 10:15:00
 He's reading it and checking it twice just like Santa. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 14-September-09, 10:19:16
:typing: I bet you have your victory speach drafted & ready to post don't you? :yes:

He's been plotting his revenge.  Joker style. :joker:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 14-September-09, 10:32:21
I'm sure neither one of you will show me any mercy! :lol_anim: How does that saying go? Revenge is a dish best served cold?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 15-September-09, 02:00:30
It's not about revenge,  It's about sending a message.  This forum needs a better class of clocker---and I'm gonna give it to um! :joker:  :woohoo: :lmao: :deadlaugh: :help:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 15-September-09, 02:21:43
 "Revenge is a dish best served cold"

 How about "Revenge is a wish served bold"

 "This city is mine now!"

 Batman would say, "Not"
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 15-September-09, 03:13:13
I just hope that money tree I planted in the back yard gives me a good D0 stepped 950 and an Ice cold Petra Tech water setup.  This is too much fun!  Just watch Aaron is going to turn around and spank us all!  I better stop talking smack or the new cpu will show up DOA :shocked_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-September-09, 16:32:43
Well, I could always delete all the text in the original post. :lmao:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 15-September-09, 22:11:10
 I can can remove the whole thing. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 15-September-09, 23:21:18
I can can remove the whole thing. ;D

Then I would get Bas to fire you. :lol_anim:  (As if he would listen to me... :lmao:)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 16-September-09, 05:56:27
When do you expect you gear back big A?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 16-September-09, 17:06:55
They got my parts Monday.  Just waiting for them to ship the replacement out now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: gzhil on 20-September-09, 15:52:34
Some update guys  ;D

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c393/gzhil/Netess/MSI%20P55/49ghzCropped.jpg)

managed to get 4.9ghz already :) few clocks and would hit the 5 ghz barrier already. WAAAAHHHH!!!!!

Damn where was that CPUZ validation file  :cry:

Sweet 233 Bclock ^^ . Same MSI P55-GD80 system used
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 20-September-09, 22:25:35
"
Damn where was that CPUZ validation file"

 No big deal, just validate it again.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 21-September-09, 16:29:00
Got a brand new board and CPU!

Let the fun begin! ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 22-September-09, 02:19:03
Watch out for the rain this time! :deadlaugh:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 22-September-09, 03:23:56
I've settled on 200 * 20 with 1.35V.  It's kinda pointless trying to push this further than the last one considering it's from the same batch [3925A265].
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 03-October-09, 19:50:09
@ HU16E,      1 Month till B-Day then lights out "LEAD DONKEY" :deadlaugh: :deadlaugh: :deadlaugh: :duck:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 04-October-09, 11:40:45
I hope you have better luck than I just had. Popped a 4.819 & the mouse pointer froze just before reaching the validation tab!  o_0
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 04-October-09, 18:36:26
That bites!  More voltage!!  :frankie:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 04-October-09, 20:38:39
5.3 any good ?

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=748140

would deffo go more but the damn bios issue with i7 cpus is messing it all up
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 04-October-09, 20:40:47
 :agrees: :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 05-October-09, 00:48:52
We have a winner! :lol_anim: :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 05-October-09, 06:11:43
 "5.3 any good ?"

  :biggthumbsup: Well it seems I can finally start a 5000+ list.

 It's lonely at the top! :lol_anim:

 Edit: I have not changed the Intel or AMD lists, they will remain as before for anything below 5K. I simply started a separate 5K+ list. 9 open spaces left in it. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 05-October-09, 13:44:01
Not much to show for a weekends work. Raises the bar a little though. Voltages are 'way' high for such a minimal gain. :undecided:

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 05-October-09, 19:39:52
Keep tweaking it.  You'll find it's sweet spot. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 05-October-09, 20:47:28
"5.3 any good ?"

  :biggthumbsup: Well it seems I can finally start a 5000+ list.

 It's lonely at the top! :lol_anim:

 Edit: I have not changed the Intel or AMD lists, they will remain as before for anything below 5K. I simply started a separate 5K+ list. 9 open spaces left in it. ;D
you want me to fill the other 9 spots lol :)
Not much to show for a weekends work. Raises the bar a little though. Voltages are 'way' high for such a minimal gain. :undecided:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=747279
are you doing that on air ???? 1.7v is very very bad if its on air
mine is at -100c :)

(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/02102009019.jpg)



can some one point me in the right direction to a msi bios writer i have a problem with the eclipse sli bios changeing the vid when loading the os causing it to crash
sorry to post this here but im new and dont quite no my way round yet

if some one gets me a bios fix i,ll give 5.5ghz :)

regard carl..
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 05-October-09, 21:14:00
Evocarlos, you'll have to go through MSI's online support, I'm afraid.  http://ocss.msi.com/ (http://ocss.msi.com/)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-October-09, 00:30:26
Quote
are you doing that on air?

Yes, all tucked away in a Lian-Li mid tower. Many kudos to Zalman's 9900, as it is doing a fantastic job, as well as the case's excellent air flow. All of the stock fans were replaced with higher CFM however. The highest temp I've hit is 86c. I'm beginning to wonder if that CPU-Z V. is an accurate reading. I have resisted taking it out of the case, trying to see what can be achieved with an everyday rig on air cooling. Since I don't need that much power, for normal use it sits at 4.205 & EIST enabled. :-))

(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/EPlusRefurb.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 06-October-09, 01:03:53
lets just say your very very brave i suprised the cpu is still here on i think the furthist ive taken my £800 cpu is 4.5ghz on the stock cooler
but that was a push even for the eclipse
i do like the eclipse but its holding me back so much right now im waiting for msi to pull there finger out and make a eclipse thats like the gd80 with the 10phase pwm and oc genie
or just fix the eclipse sli lol :)

i thought id done stuff people would never dream of doing but you beat me hands down :)
1.9v to the ram he he not the best dection ive come up with but 6-6-6-18 is very good :)
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/CmdCapture2009-06-26112138-1.png)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-October-09, 01:53:24
Evocarlos, what kind of cooling is is on that CPU?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 06-October-09, 11:03:51
Phase exchange, Henry.  Not sure about how many phases.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 06-October-09, 18:12:15
Evocarlos, what kind of cooling is is on that CPU?
aaron is right its a 2 stage phase change system built by myslef
theres a bit of a build log here if you intrested
http://www.benchtec.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=4389
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-October-09, 22:11:01
 OK, a refrigerator/AC type cooler, that I know quite about how they work doing installation and repair work on automotive AC when I worked as a mechanic.

 The reason I ask is that I don't want to mix the OC's using the more exotic cooling solutions with everyday air & liquid coolers.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 06-October-09, 22:47:55
OK, a refrigerator/AC type cooler, that I know quite about how they work doing installation and repair work on automotive AC when I worked as a mechanic.

 The reason I ask is that I don't want to mix the OC's using the more exotic cooling solutions with everyday air & liquid coolers.
no your right mixing oc and phasechage of this type is not for long turm and can be exspensive
best be for every day is a good air cooler or water
my goals are not for every day use but more for max oc at the time :)

oh and henry your p4 560
heres mine got most of the golds on hwbot all but the cpu-z:)
http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/pentium_4_560
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-October-09, 23:02:14
 I would like to OC the 560 but there's no way I can on that Sony with the Intel MB unless I can get my hands on a decent m-atx MSI MB that I can use instead of the Intel thing that I can't even get into the BIOS.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 06-October-09, 23:20:49
I would like to OC the 560 but there's no way I can on that Sony with the Intel MB unless I can get my hands on a decent m-atx MSI MB that I can use instead of the Intel thing that I can't even get into the BIOS.
sorry i forgot the link ive put it above ^^
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Scottike on 14-October-09, 01:02:06
Just thought I'd throw this dog into the mix:  :lol_anim:
Still needs some fine tuning, but I think this is gonna be all she wrote

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/766825.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=766825)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-October-09, 01:12:40
 Scottike, with that I assume you want me to put you in the AMD #7 spot? ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Scottike on 14-October-09, 02:52:23
Only if I've earned it Henry.
But, then again I just got my new G. Skill memory in the mail, so things may change.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-October-09, 03:40:42
 You're in there, #7.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-October-09, 23:45:28
Since being an 'Agent of Chaos', joker probably gets lonely. Thought maybe he would like some company in the #6 spot. The stock Intel CPU cooler isn't as bad as has been claimed, & it provides passive air to the IOH. Removed the factory TIM & replaced it with AS5. Core temps never went over 48c. ;D

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(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/Ex Forum User 2/General%20Data/Everest66.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 17-October-09, 21:01:51
WHY SO SERIOUS??!!?? :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-October-09, 22:04:19
 He can't be too lonely, after all he's got his mommy nearby. ;D

 The tie is listed.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 17-October-09, 22:06:36
 :help: :lmao: :lmao: :help:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 18-October-09, 09:42:25
Quote
WHY SO SERIOUS??!!??

Didn't want the 'Batmeister' to put me on a collaborators list! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 19-October-09, 02:16:01
(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/Tweak.jpg)

This should definitely be added into the database!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 19-October-09, 02:51:37
That pic depicts almost what happened during the last OC session. Got a decent entry for the OC % list though. :rolleyes:

(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/Everest70.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 22-October-09, 14:09:48
here's a bit old validation for a borrowed i7 920 on Air with MSI Eclipse.......had a higher validation as well just cant find it, :(, 4775.97 Mhz

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=597465

guess some1 was feeling lonely on the top so here is my i7 950 on DICE with MSI Pro SLI to keep company.....5093.37 Mhz...

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=628009
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 22-October-09, 21:04:22
Nice clocks! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 23-October-09, 01:25:05
:woohoo: Just completed testing out the latest bios releases for the Pro-E & E. Plus's. To check on any OC improvement, with some additional fine tuning, these are the absolute best  I dare squeeze out of the 920 & 975 on AIR enclosed inside their respective cases.

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(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/Ex Forum User 2/General%20Data/Everest70.jpg)

70% OC with the 920 @ 4524.6, but a solid 71% when at the final 4566.76. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 23-October-09, 02:53:13
 :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-October-09, 03:09:23
 I'll make the changes sometime tonight, 6 PM here and time me to fix dinner.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-October-09, 04:59:00
 Day late but now updated.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 24-October-09, 06:04:35
Looks good! Thanks on the update Henry! Might try the 'disable cores' trick just to experiment & for curiosity. Isn't that a little like cheating? Should show up in CPU-Z validation 'CPU Arch'. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-October-09, 06:33:56
 Cheating, not really as most in the lists are pretty near (http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o29/HenryW1/rip.gif) and not everyday OC anyway. The way I see it as long as you're using MSI MB and don't kill your $1K CPU go for it but then again kill it, it's not mine. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 24-October-09, 07:03:58
You, Aaron, & joker know me too well! Cluck, cluck! :lol_anim:

Image of me.

(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/150px-Rooster_portrait2.jpg)

Excessive Volts = Dead  (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/rip.gif) CPU =  ;-(( !  Crying? There's no crying in OC'ing!

A possible rendition of me from joker!

(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/Donkey.jpg)

(Rotated 90 degrees! Guess the direction!) :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 28-October-09, 04:45:01
Henry, check the first line of the original post.  People can bug you even more now! ;D :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: PingviN on 05-November-09, 01:19:59
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=809096

3800Mhz
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 05-November-09, 01:43:42
 PingviN,  :biggthumbsup: Entered as AMD #4
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: PingviN on 05-November-09, 09:26:01
4Ghz now :D

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=809601

Hang on, 4060Mhz (Ill just keep updating this post untill I crash :P

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=809601

Which I just did, I'll settle with 4060Mhz
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 11-November-09, 17:29:42
 :beerchug: :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 28-January-10, 23:52:32
msi gd85 (cack bios)

intel i5 660 @ 5.1ghz edit: single stage cooling @ -38c
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/28012010319.jpg)

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=981769
due to bios issues the ram speed is not avalble but i think it was @600+ mhz 7-8-7-24


much more to come when the bios is fixed

someone make a 6ghz in the list cause i,ll be up there soon :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 28-January-10, 23:59:00
 Is that 5109 on air, water or what?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 29-January-10, 00:02:12
Is that 5109 on air, water or what?
sorry i forgot it but ive updated the above post :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 29-January-10, 00:10:36
 OK, the same cooling you used for the Eclipse/i975?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 29-January-10, 00:12:52
OK, the same cooling you used for the Eclipse/i975?
simller the cooler for the 975 was a cascade 2stage system -100c
the cooler on the 660 was a single stage system -35 -45c :)

but yes refrigeration cooling :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 29-January-10, 21:15:49
5.265  i5 660  :shocked_anim:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=983395
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 29-January-10, 23:46:40
Nice work Evocarlos! Those dual core 1156 socket CPU's are looking good. Now for the big question. Foxconn or Lotes socket on that MSI board? I have no doubt you will be in the 6's any day now. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 29-January-10, 23:55:39
Nice work Evocarlos! Those dual core 1156 socket CPU's are looking good. Now for the big question. Foxconn or Lotes socket on that MSI board? I have no doubt you will be in the 6's any day now. :-))
its lotes :)
(http://gi171.photobucket.com/groups/u306/N6I2NKK6SH/DSC00739.jpg)

i think with 3-4 bios revitons and the voltage unloked 6ghz will fall easy :)

such a new mobo and the fix's aint out yet lol i just want it to go go already getting bored with 5ghz alredy lol

:( 1st page not updated yet
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 30-January-10, 00:15:29
Quote
already getting bored with 5ghz

Should I be plagued with such a burden! :lol_anim:
Henry is probably just waiting to see what you plateau out with on this rig. Are you done for now? :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 30-January-10, 00:23:38
 Yup, just giving you a couple days fooling around before entering it. I'll update data base sometime tomorrow or Sunday.
 I'm beginning to wonder why there hasn't been anymore AMD to enter lately. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 30-January-10, 02:10:28

Should I be plagued with such a burden! :lol_anim:
Henry is probably just waiting to see what you plateau out with on this rig. Are you done for now? :lol_anim:
nope :) ive just found the vmod to get past the 1.7v bios limit and now i see theres a cold bug removle mod also
-100 here we come i,m full of redbull and ready to roll :)

Yup, just giving you a couple days fooling around before entering it. I'll update data base sometime tomorrow or Sunday.
 I'm beginning to wonder why there hasn't been anymore AMD to enter lately. ;-))
:) thanks i,ll try and get better one up before then

and the simple answer to amd is there cack :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 31-January-10, 14:56:46
best i could get with current bios limmitaions
cooling 2 stage cascade @ -106c
5710mhz
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=987504
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 31-January-10, 18:05:26
Awesome :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 01-February-10, 00:45:37
 Keep it up and I'll need to start a 6GHz list. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 01-February-10, 00:51:58
Keep it up and I'll need to start a 6GHz list. :lol_anim:

that wont be very long :)

just need some bios loving and i,ll be there :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 01-February-10, 04:26:28
Impressive indeed! :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 01-February-10, 19:42:24
new bios more speed :)
5861mhz
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=990338

not far till 6ghz  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 01-February-10, 20:56:23
 I'll just hold off updating the list a couple more days until you're done playing in your sandbox. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 01-February-10, 21:48:19
Evocarlos, your OC work is quickly surpassing 'impressive' & moving in to a level of what legends are made of. All of us are pulling for you to reach yet another milestone. So much for the quad cores & 1366 sockets. You have proven an MSI board with dual core & 1156 socket is very capable of some serious OC'ing ability. :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 01-February-10, 22:03:34
I'll just hold off updating the list a couple more days until you're done playing in your sandbox. :lol_anim:

cool im sure it wont be long now :)

Evocarlos, your OC work is quickly surpassing 'impressive' & moving in to a level of what legends are made of. All of us are pulling for you to reach yet another milestone. So much for the quad cores & 1366 sockets. You have proven an MSI board with dual core & 1156 socket is very capable of some serious OC'ing ability. :yes:
thanks hu16e the msi i5 mobos will go higher than what i have taken it its just the gd 85 is new and bios's are the limmiting factor as theres none yet but soon enuff msi will send a good one then i will get some ln2 and make the cpu -160c then it will give some numbers :)

i forgot to say the 975 that did 5333 is gone i sold it and got a better chip :) but have yet to pair it with the eclipse as its stuck in a classy atm

i need to go retest the i5 660 cpu i think it may have bit the dust un less its the mobo thats gone it was all a bit cold and wet so need to retest on air 1st
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 01-February-10, 22:40:49
Frickin AWESOME!!!!! :beerchug: :beerchug: :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 01-February-10, 22:52:00
henry im done for now seams the cpu is past its sell by date (dead!) 5.860 it is
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 01-February-10, 23:51:18
 OK, I've got you in for 5861MHz, top dog in the 5K+ pack. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 01-February-10, 23:54:20
i r 1337 :)

thanks H :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 02-February-10, 02:21:53
Quote
the 975 that did 5333 is gone i sold it and got a better chip
A better chip? Maybe the new chip will reclaim the quad as king some day? At any rate, it is great to watch in awe of your progress. One of these days, when things are more under control at the homefront, I can get back to some playing again. I've got an i7 960 & another Pro-E refurb sitting idle in it's packaging just waiting to be put through it's paces. :-))

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DeHillBilly on 02-February-10, 20:14:04
Phenom II X3 OC'd to 3939 MHz. Boots into windows and runs in windows, not prime 95 stable. Sig is 24/7 and is Prime95 stable! Validation link;  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=992692    Super Pi  1M=17.490s
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 02-February-10, 23:57:18
 DeHillBilly, so you want that # 4 spot I would assume? :lol_anim: I'll update later today, I just got my new Corsair TX650 PSU deliverd and will be out for a while installing it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DeHillBilly on 03-February-10, 01:36:56
Henry,    Thank You for the reply! #4 is better than #5. That new PSU should do the job for you.

Thanks again,
DeHillBilly
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 03-February-10, 01:59:49
 Oh well, got the PSU in but now I need to go peel some spuds for the ham and potato soup I'm fixing for dinner. I'll update in about 1/2 hour after I get the spuds on the stove.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 03-February-10, 05:00:48
 I decided to go ahead and eat dinner before updating but you're in there at #4 now. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: DeHillBilly on 03-February-10, 05:53:25
Thanks


DeHillBilly
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 07-February-10, 20:58:02
old'y but a goodie

i7 965 and msi eclipse
5102mhz

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=539593

cascade cooling
this is an old one the cpu is now dead (dr mos failure)-no cpu protction when they pop
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 07-February-10, 21:32:16
Quote
this is an old one the cpu is now dead (dr mos failure)-no cpu protction when they pop

Gone, but not forgotten. (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/rip.gif) It died an honorable Death. :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 07-February-10, 22:05:56
I thought I could hear TAPS playing, ever so softly in the distance! :worship:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 20-February-10, 19:38:12
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1031065

6ghz anyone :)

new chip new bios

more voltage

cooling:- 2stage cascade phaze cooler built by me (-100c)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: chef jeff on 20-February-10, 19:52:42
Remarkable!   :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 20-February-10, 20:35:31
 :worship: :beerchug: :party:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 21-February-10, 00:10:30
 Well guys do I just keep a separate list for this guy or start a new 6K+ list? :lol_anim: :think:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-February-10, 04:00:30
:biggthumbsup: I knew you could do it!

Henry, an 'exotic' 6G list of course!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 21-February-10, 21:27:06
lol the EVOCARLOS list :)

thanks all there still more to come got some ln2 on wed's so will make the cpu propper cold and try for 6.5 :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 22-February-10, 13:38:21
Henry, I've been meaning to query about this: is there any particular reason you're calling i7 CPUs 9xx X4?  I think you're confusing AMD's naming scheme with Intel's.  (Phenom X4 for e.g.)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 22-February-10, 17:28:50
Henry, I've been meaning to query about this: is there any particular reason you're calling i7 CPUs 9xx X4?  I think you're confusing AMD's naming scheme with Intel's.  (Phenom X4 for e.g.)

i think it must refur to the x4 = 4core (quad)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-February-10, 22:27:12
 Simple, X4 = quad. No I'm not confused, just simple abbreviation.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 22-February-10, 23:16:35
Simple, X4 = quad. No I'm not confused, just simple abbreviation.

I gathered that, but all i7s are quads. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-February-10, 23:49:50
 You can stop bugging me about that now. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 03-April-10, 06:26:15
965@ 6579Mhz with MSI GD70 on LN2

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1032606
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 03-April-10, 06:35:56
:photo: Holy Macaroni! Are you kidding me? Wow! Nice job! :worship: Come on Evocarlos! Get Intel back in the race! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 03-April-10, 06:52:44
 Oops, looks like I forgot to update the list. Guess I'll do it tomorrow since I'm still fooling with my H55/i3 rig tonight.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 03-April-10, 07:10:46
:photo: Holy Macaroni! Are you kidding me? Wow! Nice job! :worship: Come on Evocarlos! Get Intel back in the race! :lol_anim:

stupid chip died,  :lol_anim: :lol_anim:, board had more in it.....Got a GD80 and a i5 661, will try my best to atleast come close to this, though still need to do some mods on the board without which its impossible.........
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 03-April-10, 09:14:29
All I can say is 'WOW'! Impressive is an understatement! And the board still had room? You've got an Intel to work with too? WOW, double WOW! :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 03-April-10, 11:11:23
:photo: Holy Macaroni! Are you kidding me? Wow! Nice job! :worship: Come on Evocarlos! Get Intel back in the race! :lol_anim:
im working on it trust me
bigbang trinergy and i5 660
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/19032010447.jpg)

bigbang benching table
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/19032010442.jpg)

home made cpu pot
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/31032010474.jpg)
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/02042010487.jpg)

build log here--->http://www.benchtec.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=5842

50l of ln2 all ready and waiting in the batcave
(http://i556.photobucket.com/albums/ss6/evocarlos1/31032010471.jpg)
ive just recived a 7.8ghz cpu but dont have a good msi 775 mobo only got a p45 neo2
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 03-April-10, 11:34:27
Quote
ive just recived a 7.8ghz cpu

I'm at a loss for words! This is all simply amazing to see! An AMD that cracked 6, & now you on the way to 7+ with maybe two boards? Triple WOW! :shocked_anim:

Nice craftsmanship, & great documentation of your project too! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 03-April-10, 13:10:40

I'm at a loss for words! This is all simply amazing to see! An AMD that cracked 6, & now you on the way to 7+ with maybe two boards? Triple WOW! :shocked_anim:

Nice craftsmanship, & great documentation of your project too! :biggthumbsup:
i hit 7ghz ages ago but not on a msi mobo so im not sure it counts to the list :p

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1040042

:p
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Mike on 03-April-10, 16:35:07
Impressive, but no, this is for MSI boards.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-April-10, 22:37:30

 " All candidates for listing must be with MSI motherboard. "

 That is in the 1st page with the data base lists.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: greyno3 on 11-May-10, 14:30:13

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1179128

790FX-GD70 bios 1.A0                                   
AMD Phenom II x4 965BE c3  4.0 GHz
Corsair H50 hyd. cooler
OCZ 4gb OCZ3BE1600C8LV4GK 7-7-7-24-32 1T
1x 250gb SATA WD Caviar
2x 120gb SATA WD Caviar
XFX 9800GT 512mb ddr3
Corsair TX750
X-Fi music/gamer
7 Professional x64
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 11-May-10, 14:41:16
greyno3, I suppose you want that #4 spot?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: MasterX on 12-May-10, 02:16:27
I will take that #1 AMD spot Please!  8-))

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1177696 - 4400 MHz

Quote
Fail at 4500 MHz - Crashed in 3DMark06
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1180972

4400 is stable but 4500 is not, so count it for 4400 untill i can figure out to stabilize 4500 mhz

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/screenshot/1177696.png)


AMD Phenom II 1090T X6 Black Edition 200 x 22 = 4400 @ 1.50 V
Custom Liquid Cooling, Apogee Drive Waterblock, Black Ice III Radiator, Thermaltake P500 Auxillary Pump - 6 Scythe UltraKaze 3500 RPM 120mm Fans > 133 CFM Each
MSI NF980A-G65 NForce 980A Motherboard
Antec Quattro 1000w Power Supply
8 GB Kingston HyperX 1600 DDR3
Arctic Silver 5 Paste
2 x 500GB Seagate Baracudas in RAID 0
Patriot WARP SSD
Windows XP Pro x64 Edition
MSI BIOS Beta 13A for NF980A-G65
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 12-May-10, 02:39:41
 OK, doing it now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: MasterX on 12-May-10, 02:40:28
Thanks  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 12-May-10, 03:43:51
 I think I have every body updated in the list now. Couldn't get myself in there, I'm stuck at 4126MHz & memory @ 1500 for now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: boriax on 28-May-10, 20:37:23
Q9550 + MSI P45 DIAMOND

(http://img444.imageshack.us/img444/9323/stable.th.jpg) (http://img444.imageshack.us/i/stable.jpg/)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 29-May-10, 00:07:31
 boriax, if you want in the list you need to get a CPU-Z validation and post the link.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 29-May-10, 02:30:28
It's a tad low, even if he did provide a link. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 29-May-10, 02:47:17
 I didn't even bother to look, when I see that much junk in one screenshot I tend to ignore it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Gunner on 11-June-10, 16:01:05
Oppy 165 are so easy to OC. I have one used with an ABIT AT8-32X (which is dead) OCZ ddr 500  Enermax EG-465 Radeon 9800 AIW. I could OC that sweet thing to 2.8 without volt increase. I hit 3.1 with stock cooling. I have been trying to find a socket 939 MB but its hard. They r rare. I have an MSI GD-70 that i just flashed with out a hitch so I could use my 1090T but without a hitch was just the flash process. It will not post now with either the 1090T or my 955 C3 .  HMPH  and I just got it back from an RMA! The PCI-E slots were all messed! and a few other glitches. oh well enough about nothing take care all :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 11-June-10, 20:46:01
 :think:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 29-June-10, 23:23:30
Not as good as hoped for on air cooling, but not bad.  [removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 30-June-10, 02:53:23
You got a Gulftown?  Nice!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 30-June-10, 03:12:20
 What, only 4932.34, no 5000 on air? :bonk: Shame on you! Are you trying to make it the HU16E 'Intel Top 10' list? Time for you to get an H55-GD65 and some dual core i3 & i5's and finish filling up the top 10 list with them. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 30-June-10, 06:01:31
Quote
What, only 4932.34, no 5000 on air? Shame on you! Are you trying to make it the HU16E 'Intel Top 10' list? Time for you to get an H55-GD65 and some dual core i3 & i5's and finish filling up the top 10 list with them.
:duck: I tried....I really tried! Anybody got a 'Golden' CPU they can send me? :lol_anim:
If I get caught with another rig around the house, the wife is going to turn me from a rooster to a hen! X-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 30-June-10, 06:07:14
 Hmm, then that would make you dasNeutered instead of HU16E.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 30-June-10, 18:52:11
Quote
then that would make you dasNeutered
Translated, if that means what I think it means, that would fall into the realm of being a genuine possiblilty. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 30-June-10, 19:58:47
Quote
if that means what I think it means
It does pretty much; (PRS) plucked rooster syndrome directly translated???  :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 08-July-10, 03:20:58
well can't get higher
so just posting  ;-))
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1238560 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1238560)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 08-July-10, 04:03:36
 For that CPU it's pretty good anyway, from what I've seen pretty near max.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 09-July-10, 22:20:51
will try and get some better scores in the coming weeks, (http://img29.imageshack.us/img29/3459/msisuperpi8.jpg)
By thebanik (http://profile.imageshack.us/user/thebanik) at 2010-06-23
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-July-10, 12:47:00
This is as good as I can get it on air cooling without catching the house on fire, causing a power blackout, & not being blessed with a 'Golden' CPU! ;-((
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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 21-July-10, 21:47:30
 HU16E, I assume that's the one that's now #4 @ 4651?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-July-10, 22:46:29
HU16E, I assume that's the one that's now #4 @ 4651?
That would be correct. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 21-July-10, 23:36:55
 What a pity, off by 46
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-July-10, 23:54:13
What a pity, off by 46
Oh well! It is capable of more, but way too risky, & just can't justify it. Excess OC = (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/rip.gif) Maybe with some more experience with the board & it's settings, but not likely. Getting 'way' to overvolted for an air only rig as it is.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 21-July-10, 23:58:58
 No sense taking chances with a $1000 CPU.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 28-July-10, 11:22:26
I wanna play! :)
"B" .... oh I mean.. AMD list though:
 CPU-Z= http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1293027
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1293027.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1293027)
(http://i417.photobucket.com/albums/pp253/mrinfinit3/PII%20965%20rig/REV3/4200mhz3ghznb.jpg?t=1280309111)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: hungga on 10-August-10, 04:51:21
Where's me on the list? XD
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 10-August-10, 07:09:14
For Intel, pop at least a 4349 or better, post the CPU-Z Validation, then you make the list. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 12-August-10, 09:49:05
Oops...Tied it up ;)
4.4Ghz
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1337217.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1337217)
http://hwbot.org/community/submission/1037369_

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1337217
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 13-August-10, 20:56:30
new mem new score
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1344754 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1344754)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 13-August-10, 21:43:05
 I'll get you in the list list sometime today darkage. Will be #9.

Edit: It's in.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 14-August-10, 11:02:20
thanks  ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: bynext on 11-September-10, 01:07:07
 i got this using dry-ice : (http://i631.photobucket.com/albums/uu38/bynext/bbbb.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 11-September-10, 01:14:36
 Nice. If you want to be entered in the list please post a CPU-Z validation link.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 11-September-10, 02:18:08
870-G45 (ATI SB710) + 4Gb Corsair XMS3 1333 (1640Mhz @ 9-9-9-29)+ AMD 965BE
4.71Ghz
FSB@205.xx /HT@2.5Ghz/NB@3.075Ghz
Using "Chilled" :woohoo: Methanol (Liquid Cooled)

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1369210
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1369210.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1369210)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 11-September-10, 03:12:12
 mrinfinit3, looks like I'll need to modify the categories to fit you in. It will be a day or two before I get around to what needs to be done. With your cooling solution yours doesn't quite fit into any of the current categories but I have a solution in mind. Split AMD & Intel into two categories each, air/water and exotic/refrigeration and drop the 5K+ list. If anyone has other suggestions spill your guts.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 11-September-10, 03:59:26
Ya...I've been playing with diff. methods of cooling...from WC to DICE to chilled meth. to single stage phase.... Our company just got a good sized grant to research
cooling solutions, so I'm all over the place...
LOL; you should have seen my MSI 870-G45 catch on fire the other day while DICEing....Always seem to have issues w/ MSI boards and voltage regs.
But, anyway; your solution sounds good to me...
Thanks;
Jake
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 11-September-10, 05:11:29
Just a thought. Top 25 AMD & Top 25 for Intel? Next to it just list cooling solution?

Examples:  2 - Evocarlos w/ i5 660 X2 @______________________ 6088MHz (Phase Change Refrigeration)
               5 - Aaron w/ i7 920 @____________________________ 4650MHz (Water Cooling)

     
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Ronbo56 on 15-September-10, 21:13:45
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1391990


I OC'd my i7 960 with my brand new x-power to 4300 MHz with ease. I rma'd my classified, but could never get a stable overclock past 4200.  This board blows the classy away and I am not impressed with evga mobo's anyway.  MSI rocks.

MSI X-POwer
Bios - V 1.2
Corsair Dom GT C7 at 7-7-7-21 1T
Thermaltake toughpower 1200 PS
EVGA 460 GTX SC SLI
i7 960
Prolimatech Megahalems w/ 2 yate loons
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Ronbo56 on 15-September-10, 22:17:01
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1391990


I OC'd my i7 960 with my brand new x-power to 4300 MHz with ease. I rma'd my classified, but could never get a stable overclock past 4200.  This board blows the classy away and I am not impressed with evga mobo's anyway.  MSI rocks.

MSI X-POwer
Bios - V 1.2
Corsair Dom GT C7 at 7-7-7-21 1T
Thermaltake toughpower 1200 PS
EVGA 460 GTX SC SLI
i7 960
Prolimatech Megahalems w/ 2 yate loons


Up to 4400 MHZ on air...............................


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1392039






Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-September-10, 21:49:38
Doesn't seem that long ago when I still had my MSI P6N SLI Platinum, the thought of average folks reaching 'The Big 4.0' was quite an accomplishment. Actually, IMHO it still is. It wasn't until I had to replace my 'old faithful', that I really considered giving it a shot myself. As luck would have it, the QX9650 I got was a dog with a lousy VID. The P7N Diamond never made it, but when it was replaced with the P45 Platinum, even with a less than stellar CPU, I hit an even 4.0 with only about .004 or so from absolute critical maximum CPU voltage. I'll never forget that warm & fuzzy feeling to have reached the 4.0 club. Then comes along news of a new chip & a whole new architecture, yep, the X58 & i7's were here! It soon became apparent that these babies could OC reasonably easy compared to the socket 775's with just a few simple setting changes. To make a long story short, the next 'dream goal' with this new technology, was to try & hit 'The Big 5.0' on 'air cooling' only. It has come with a price though, as C-State, C1E, & Turbo Boost are now defunct & more CPU voltage is required to reach the clocks it enjoyed before this little adventure. As luck would have it, this CPU also had a rather poor VID too, & the grossly overvolting was too much for it. Now officially in retirement, at least it is still able to function enough to provide an everyday stable clock of 4.395. ;-))

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-September-10, 22:59:58
 Well HU16E, you get in 2 lists for that, #5 in 5K+ & remain #1 Intel top 10.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 17-September-10, 20:44:04
5 GHz?  Impressive. :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-September-10, 22:40:22
 He's been trying to get that 5K for quite some time, I'm glad to see he finally got it without frying that expensive CPU.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 17-September-10, 23:10:21
Quote
without frying that expensive CPU
Thanks for the dual entry Henry. Forgot about the 'conventional cooling' list & 'The Big 5.0+' list. It didn't fry, but it shows the classic tell tale signs of permanent degradation. It will be interesting to see what kind of a lifespan it gets from here on out.

Quote
Quote from: Jack t.N. on 22 August 10, 14:09:18
The life time of your CPU will be shortened by exactly 2 years, 3 month, 2 weaks, 3 days, 6 hours, 20 minutes and 23 seconds.
Maybe even more! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-September-10, 23:36:54
Next time you try something like that get a Co2 fire extinguisher and cool down the air cooler with it. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 18-September-10, 00:08:01
Next time you try something like that get a Co2 fire extinguisher and cool down the air cooler with it. ;D
:idea: At one time, I did try running a hose from the house A/C to a custom duct towards the case front intake fan. It did manage to do a nice job of super cooling the HDD's! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: joker1973 on 18-September-10, 00:10:12
 :beerchug: :oc: :dance:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 19-September-10, 00:21:42
The infamous BSOD Stop: 124! Just had to bump the CPU voltage up another step......not a good indicator of health! (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/rip.gif)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 03-October-10, 05:32:25
With my 980X's days maybe being numbered, decided to try out an 17 930 since it is very popular with the BB Xpwr & X58 boards in general. Even though the new boards revision number is the same, 1.1, it came with bios 1.2 & the DIMM slots are of the dual lock style. Initial startup was barebones & worked flawlessly. Anyway, being on air cooling only, didn't want to get too crazy with voltages, but it did creep above 1.55V's a little.

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 03-October-10, 06:21:11
 You now occupy #1, 2, 3, 5 & 7 for Intel and #5 in 5K+ :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 03-October-10, 07:38:04
Thanks Henry! Only one more D0 stepping CPU to check out (960). Not going to purchase a 970, as the price they ask for it is absurd! Results always vary from rig to rig even with the same components, but these i7 930's seem to be fantastic little performers at a reasonable cost. Here's a CPU-Z shot of the decided upon everyday setting at a comfortable CPU voltage & before the power saving features kick in;

(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/CPU-Z4400.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 08-October-10, 13:18:32
Finished putting the BB Xpwr & the i7 960 through it's paces. Conclusion is the i7 930 is 'the' best value & performer for the money. The 950 & 960 are pretty doggone good performers too at half the cost of the i7 975's & 980X's. What you save from paying 1k on those EE's is better spent on a high end VGA!

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-October-10, 02:43:28
 Done, still too bad you couldn't have squeezed another 63MHz out of the 930. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 09-October-10, 05:32:51
Quote
Done

:biggthumbsup: Thanks Henry!

Quote
still too bad you couldn't have squeezed another 63MHz out of the 930.

Trying for 3 more bclks? Probably could by overvolting the living tar out of it & with something other than air cooling, but I've already experienced some degradation in the 980X, & I don't get any of this stuff donated or for free. :lol_anim: 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 09-October-10, 11:46:23
hello
new score for the i5
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1367081 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1367081)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 10-October-10, 21:43:45
 Starting today I will be including the MB used in the listings. It's going to take a while going through this thread to find all of them. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 15-October-10, 12:58:13
Never say never. Testing out the Big Bang Xpower wouldn't be complete without trying a 970. So far, the combination has been far from ideal. Going to be a real challenge figuring out what settings the board & it likes to try & take it any higher.

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-October-10, 00:05:57
 Well Ron it seems you now own 70% of Intel top 10
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-October-10, 06:05:38
Well Ron it seems you now own 70% of Intel top 10
It's more like Intel owns 70% of me! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-October-10, 06:20:52
 So it would seem considering how much $$ you have spent to get their CPU's.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 22-October-10, 00:34:47
Since the i7 32nm CPU's have a much lower maximum voltage limit than their 45nm relatives, this is about as far as I dare take it on air cooling.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1433922 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-October-10, 01:39:34
 Hope you're happy now Ron, #1-5, 7 & 9 ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 16-December-10, 10:48:51
BOOM!!
Mobo: NF980-G65 OEM/Air cooled
Ram: G-Skill Ripjaw Blues 1.6v OEM/Air Cooled
CPU: AMD x6 1090T (same one as b4) @4.512Ghz /1.57vcore (standard retail H20 cooling)

CPU-Z Validation Link: (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1531311)

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1531311.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1531311)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-December-10, 07:13:30
 Removed tie, made you 1st place.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 17-December-10, 10:55:10
WooHooo!!!!!(even though it still read 4.4Ghz)--no biggy ;)
Haven't been able to hit it again ...yet... waiting for the temps outside to drop a bit more.. (believe it or not it's still in the 60*F range at night here)
Maybe I'll pull this rig out of the casing and move it onto the test bench and try for higher clocks. Waiting on my 2 x-tra chips to arrive b4 dropping dice onto this one.
Funny thing about this thuban is that it seems to adjust or "get used to" the voltage and clocks... gaining stability over time.
Very interesting as most chips will get used to the higher voltage but loose stability over time.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 12-January-11, 06:41:30
Adding my submission for the % chart....
Entering in the HWBOT Country Cup competition and figured I'd post up my results here for future reference and other forum members.

FSB=390 (oem=200) 95% Increase

CPU-Z Link= http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1589192
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1589192.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1589192)

Screen Shots/Temps:(Click on image to view)
(http://i417.photobucket.com/albums/pp253/mrinfinit3/th_390fsb.jpg) (http://s417.photobucket.com/albums/pp253/mrinfinit3/?action=view&current=390fsb.jpg)
(http://i417.photobucket.com/albums/pp253/mrinfinit3/th_95OC.jpg) (http://s417.photobucket.com/albums/pp253/mrinfinit3/?action=view&current=95OC.jpg)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 12-January-11, 07:43:04
% list goes by core speed, 3200 x 34% = 4288, but still, that is a nice OC. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mrinfinit3 on 13-January-11, 08:19:55
Oh ok gotcha! ;)
Wasn't sure if we were doing overall core speed or ref. clocks.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 16-January-11, 16:25:36
hello
new score for the i5
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1367081 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1367081)

Wow nice score darkage :) for now i only manage to get my i5 750 to 4.2ghz with vcore 1.336v ... i hope i can hit speed like yours but my ram is cheap ones, maybe i should change it with def speed 1600mhz for helping procie in overclocking ^_^
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 18-January-11, 23:41:07
thanks
but i have made this validation because of the motherboard speed, 4500MHZ is not that high :-) hicoockie makes 5593MHZ :-)
GD-80 is a good board, to bad the bios is not like other brands thought
anyway try bumping up the vtt and see if you can go higher
i use 4GHZ 24/7
vcore - 1,25V
vtt - 1,35V
ram 1,65V
for benching 4,4GHZ (21X210)
vcore - 1,31V
vtt - 1,35V
ram - 1,68V
good luck
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 20-January-11, 04:53:53
thanks
but i have made this validation because of the motherboard speed, 4500MHZ is not that high :-) hicoockie makes 5593MHZ :-)
GD-80 is a good board, to bad the bios is not like other brands thought
anyway try bumping up the vtt and see if you can go higher
i use 4GHZ 24/7
vcore - 1,25V
vtt - 1,35V
ram 1,65V
for benching 4,4GHZ (21X210)
vcore - 1,31V
vtt - 1,35V
ram - 1,68V
good luck

I use for 4ghz :
-Vcore :1.275v
-Vtt : 1.222v (why u use so much vtt?)
-Vram : 1.65v

For 4.4ghz (220x20) :
-Vcore : 1.425v
-Vtt : 1.319v
-Vram : auto [1.53v] since i set to 1320mhz, abit low from stock 1333mhz
-PCH 1.8 : 1.86v

My 220x20 didnot pass IBT 10loop only 5loop but can pass benchmark :) like this :
(http://img29.imageshack.us/img29/6350/3dmarkvantage900220044g.png) (http://img29.imageshack.us/i/3dmarkvantage900220044g.png/)

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-January-11, 20:00:02
No offense, but this is just pathetically too easy. A few settings & bam, 5.0+ on 'Air Cooling'. Sad, but the days of hard work, tweaking & trial & error are now gone. For those of you that reached the glorious plateau of 4.0 with a P7N Diamond know exactly what I am talking about. A once treasured art form is now a thing of the past. Here comes the 'Click & Play-Station Generation'!

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-January-11, 01:49:17
 How do you say it? "Way to go big fella'!" ;D :biggthumbsup: :woohoo: It's in the lists. (adding now)

 You now have 8 of the top 10 Intel (air) & 2 of 5000+

 5111 on stock air cooler. :beerchug:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 22-January-11, 08:17:56
Quote
5111 on stock air cooler
:biggthumbsup:
and more to come I believe. Watch the press for details  ;D
Those are just awesome numbers. :photo:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-January-11, 08:45:59
 That's just dipping his toe in the water for his 1st shot at it. Makes me wonder why all the trouble for others with same/similar platforms. All he did was put it all together out of the boxes and did that right off the bat. Hasn't even put his good CPU cooler on it yet.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 22-January-11, 11:31:12
Some guys have the gift  :lol_anim: (Green Fingers or should that be Golden Fingers).  :lol_anim:
Its just a whole new baseline, isn't it. From the magical 4GHz barrier to a, Oh by the way I just popped it in and there I was at 5.  :lmao:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 22-January-11, 11:31:45
Quote
Hasn't even put his good CPU cooler on it yet.
Mount bracket for the 1155/1156 socket is on the way. Maybe next time I will think twice about throwing away parts that may be needed another day. :bonk: Have doubts of getting much more out of it even with the Zalman. Getting dangerously close to the voltage maximum that has a nasty habit of handing out an early retirement to CPU's. For that extra edge, the room was 4C that night. The wife thinks I was absolutely insane for having the outside door wide open wearing a winter coat, hat, gloves & mukluks playing with a computer.........she may be right! The sacrifices & things we do all in the name of science! :undecided:

Quote
Oh by the way I just popped it in and there I was at 5.
That's almost the way it was. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 22-January-11, 14:10:45
Quote
The wife thinks I was absolutely insane for having the outside door wide open wearing a winter coat, hat, gloves & mukluks playing with a computer
HU16E the Polar Bear  :lmao:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-January-11, 03:01:11
 And here where I'm at the weather should normally be the same as northern Oregon, it's been 10~15C day time & 2~-4C night time. Only 1 good snow fall this winter so far and doesn't look like more anytime soon.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 25-January-11, 22:17:45
This is all she wrote unless under LN2 or other exotic cooling solution. IMHO, this new CPU series would be a waste of time & money to put under water. Temp doesn't seem to be that much of an issue when a decent air cooler is used (or if the ambient room temp is 2.22C like mine was). :lol_anim:

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 25-January-11, 22:35:29
 Changes noted in data base lists.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 28-January-11, 05:34:55
Gave it one more shot at an OC with every settings combination known to mankind. Either the board is locked or the CPU is locked, not really sure which. :undecided:

Searching the net, both stories are out there. Here's a quote from one source, along with a shot of a P67A-GD65 BIOS CPU screen;

Quote
I had 2 chips locked at 52.. its a chip issue...


(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/Ex Forum User 2/P67/CPULockedMod.jpg)

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 29-January-11, 03:44:41
Hey darkage, have u tried 230x20?? its really hard to get stable and i think i cant use IBT to stressing cpu since at 4.4ghz max IBT was 89c .... any idea for other stressing program??
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 29-January-11, 04:20:36
Hey darkage, have u tried 230x20?? its really hard to get stable and i think i cant use IBT to stressing cpu since at 4.4ghz max IBT was 89c .... any idea for other stressing program??

Nothing is better than Linpack stress testing, really.

Prime 95 is a favourite among overclockers.  Blend test and small FFTs.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 01-February-11, 05:07:30
Only managed with superpi 32M :) for 230x20
(http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/913/superpi32m46ghzedit.png) (http://img33.imageshack.us/i/superpi32m46ghzedit.png/)

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Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 01-February-11, 20:50:29
just to ad a new name to the table :-)
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1632185
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 02-February-11, 03:26:43
Nice score darkage  :biggthumbsup: btw our mobo seems very good for overclocking i5 750  :yes: hehehe next target i hope i can do 240x20=4.8ghz  :bonk: but i dont think so bcoz as u can see mytemp at 4.6ghz really high, hmm i wonder if theres anyone could do 240x20 bcoz i wanna see first ^_^ too afraid to do it myself oops hehe.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 02-February-11, 03:43:13
 darkage now Intel #10 @4629MHz.

 Sorry Ron but it was going to happen sooner or later that you lost #10. Look on the bright side, you still have 7 in the list to go. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 03-February-11, 03:32:24
I think I'm going to have to get Sandy Bridge so Ron has some kind of competition. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 03-February-11, 03:40:29
 Maybe the next platform should be code named 'Rocky Shore', you can then get it and sink them from the bottom. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 09-February-11, 08:44:41
Looks like the 2500k is going to be an excellent value & a very solid performer. [removed on user’s request] 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-February-11, 09:39:34
 OK, you knocked darkage out of #10. You now own 8 of 10 for now. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-February-11, 08:34:16
 Need 'Satchmo' to rise from the dead and sing a new song.

I see OC's flying in the breeze
  I see an unlock core, coming through the door
oh, what a wonderful world   ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-February-11, 08:37:30
Quote
Need 'Satchmo' to rise from the dead and sing a new song.
Henry, not many other than us even remember who he was! :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 16-February-11, 08:44:05
Quote
Henry, not many other than us even remember who he was!
:think:
And there have been many renditions and attempts at reproductions since then.
In the meantime the new H-version should become a sticky on the OC section.  :biggthumbsup: :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 16-February-11, 08:57:47
 'What a Wonderful World', Louis Armstrong. For those who might need that much help.

Edit: No he didn't go to the moon or win the Tour de France. ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 20-February-11, 08:24:21
CPU's lock up as tight as drums, & no amount of tricks persuades them to do any better. Here's the limits of these two specimens;

[removed on user’s request]

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 20-February-11, 09:07:06
 By golly it looks like I can bump Aaron (or whoever will be #10 when I get mine running) from the list in a few days. ;D

 You can't do it because you're already there and would just be changing position. I'll do it just because I was bumped from the AMD list when the AM3's came out. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 25-February-11, 23:55:47
my goodbye to the GD-80
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1678472
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 26-February-11, 00:40:57
X58 is still 'the king'! [removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 05-March-11, 23:44:31
X58 is still 'the king'! http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1678308

nice hu16e very nice


heres my 2600k on the p67a-gd80 on the stock intel cooler
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1686527
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 05-March-11, 23:50:38
Quote
heres my 2600k on the p67a-gd80 on the stock intel cooler
Sweet! It is simply amazing what they will do on the stock cooler. Froze my tail off in the process tho. Room got down to 1.66C! Did your CPU lock up tight as a drum like mine have? They reach a certain point, & that's all they will go no matter what setting or amount of juice thrown at them. It's going to amount to the luck of the draw on these things it looks like. :undecided:

Added: My new nickname - The OC Eskimo!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Evocarlos on 05-March-11, 23:57:36
Sweet! It is simply amazing what they will do on the stock cooler. Froze my tail off in the process tho. Room got down to 1.66C! Did your CPU lock up tight as a drum like mine have? They reach a certain point, & that's all they will go no matter what setting or amount of juice thrown at them. It's going to amount to the luck of the draw on these things it looks like. :undecided:

Added: My new nickname - The OC Eskimo!

ivr not hit the limit of this cpu yet i refused to push more that 1.45v on air the cpu was like 12hours old :) once i get my act sorted and finish the gd-80 review i will strap the single stage cooler to it (-45c) and see what it will do :)
but for sure luck of the draw is the way it goes with intel cpus :(
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-March-11, 00:14:48
I've heard rumor they don't seem to need more than 0C or maybe only down as far as -10C to reach max OC? I am 100% an air only guy, so a decent operating temp range like the 1.6 or 2C works well for my limited abilities (pretty much limited to reach big OC's in winter time only). Although that gets to be mighty cold in this room. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Cvsi3 on 07-April-11, 01:19:23
Here's one from the otherday for me.

i7 2600K @5311mhz
P67A-GD65-B3
Water Cooled
Rest of specs in Sig.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1741068
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 07-April-11, 23:16:29
 Well Ron it looks like this one got you for sure. :lol_anim:

 I assume you want that put in the list Cvsi3?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Cvsi3 on 08-April-11, 09:26:17
Yes please.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 08-April-11, 10:47:03
Quote
i7 2600K @5311mhz
   :biggthumbsup:
Awesome.
but 1,6V + on the CPU  :shocked: that must hurt  :shocked_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Cvsi3 on 08-April-11, 11:17:15
It was just a short burst.   No worries.  Im gonna push it harder in the next few days.
See if this new beta bios helps at all. 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 09-April-11, 22:30:39
 Watch the volts, you don't want to kill it!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Cvsi3 on 09-April-11, 23:00:28
Oh i know.  I dont run it like that for long.  Usually for competitions and whatnot, but thats it.
Other then that its for folding.  Its a good little chip lol.  Gonna play around with this new beta
bios a little more,  so far im able to run the chip at stock voltage at 4.3Ghz where as i couldnt do
that with the original bios that came on the board, v1.8.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Cvsi3 on 13-April-11, 09:11:54
Just got 5388.6Mhz on the 2600K with less voltage this time.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1765005

Tried for 5.5Ghz but it didnt like that.  So im gonna give it a break. lol
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 13-April-11, 13:53:18
hello henry
why is that my P55 GD-80 is not listed in the intel list ?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1678472
thanks
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 13-April-11, 20:48:37
 Must have missed it after putting in the one you had the 1st of Feb. It's in there now though.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: darkage on 13-April-11, 21:29:27
thanks
waiting for the new P67 GD-80 to have both in the list  ;-))
i know in the next days the P55 will be out  :undecided:
any way thanks again
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SweCarl on 22-April-11, 18:29:39
(http://forumbilder.se/images/2f2201154740P352b.jpg) (http://forumbilder.se)

stable =)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-April-11, 23:36:06
 SweCarl, if you want in the list you must post a CPU-Z validation link.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SweCarl on 23-April-11, 00:04:14
SweCarl, if you want in the list you must post a CPU-Z validation link.

Ah yes ofc my bad didnt read the rules before i posted the pic, here is a link for CPU-Z validation.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1782411
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-April-11, 00:18:34
 I'll put you in the list now. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 23-April-11, 01:30:10
New B3 board, different CPU, new result; [removed on user’s request]

Update to 990X, 5425; [removed on user’s request]

Got a 5.7 someplace around here on air with the 990X. Need to look around for the validation. :undecided:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-April-11, 01:34:03
 You just wont quit Ron? :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 23-April-11, 01:45:05
Not until my last dying breath! Just think, Ivy Bridge, Z68, X79, socket 2011 all to look forward to! ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: SweCarl on 23-April-11, 01:49:22
HU16E: nice oc! But 1.544v to the cpu isnt that pretty much gonna kill it, or atleast close too ? :)  
I kinda chicken out on 1.4ish  X-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 23-April-11, 01:54:39
1.52v's is Intels published 'absolute maximum', so yes, the risk is there. Especially on air cooling. The recognized around the industry CPU V. maximum is 1.400v's. Sometimes the symptoms of degradation take awhile to start to manifest themselves. Usually resulting in this = (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/rip.gif)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-April-11, 02:12:53
 At least it lasts long enough to boot to Windows and get it validated. Anyone that gets it that high with volts way up there and wants to run full time with it is nuts anyway. :irre2:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 23-April-11, 02:20:35
 Ron, the old ones are on the old B2 MB right? I'm pretty sure they were so I want to indicate that in the listing.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 23-April-11, 02:22:29
Yes. The other 2600k (different CPU) & 2500k were done on a 'B2' P67A-GD65.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: gldndragn on 15-May-11, 19:50:31
Here is my oc on my sig rig.

(http://ssdtechnologyforum.com/ImageHost/thumbs/capturmsm.png) (http://ssdtechnologyforum.com/ImageHost/?v=capturmsm.png)

(http://ssdtechnologyforum.com/ImageHost/thumbs/capturyyy.png) (http://ssdtechnologyforum.com/ImageHost/?v=capturyyy.png)

(http://ssdtechnologyforum.com/ImageHost/thumbs/captureke.png) (http://ssdtechnologyforum.com/ImageHost/?v=captureke.png)

This is on air cooling.  "CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Gemini IIS"
I don't know what % my oc is at,  but it is over by 800mhz.


Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 15-May-11, 21:02:17
 Those screenshots are no good the way they are now. If you want us to see them use an image hosting site that will show a larger readable image or simply use the CPU-Z validation link.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: gldndragn on 17-May-11, 22:16:20
Sorry about that.  here ya go

(http://i56.tinypic.com/2qvuzi0.jpg)

This is on air cooling.  CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Gemini IIS
Don't know what percentage overclock this is, but is 800mhz over stock.  :D

CPU multiplier change, voltage changes.  I will have more details from bios later.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: heky on 24-May-11, 01:12:53
1.52v's is Intels published 'absolute maximum', so yes, the risk is there. Especially on air cooling. The recognized around the industry CPU V. maximum is 1.400v's. Sometimes the symptoms of degradation take awhile to start to manifest themselves. Usually resulting in this = (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/HU16E/General%20Data/rip.gif)

Does this 1.4v max mean under full load with llc enabled, or bios setting 1.4v, thats arround 1.45v - 1.46v undel full load.(at least thats what cpuz shows)(on my P67A-GD65 B3)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 24-May-11, 14:07:07
Quote
Does this 1.4v max mean under full load with llc enabled, or bios setting 1.4v, thats arround 1.45v - 1.46v undel full load.
I take it to mean BIOS setting, however, with my P67A-GD65(B3), going by multi meter reading at the V-Check point, I have the BIOS set at 1.405 which nets 1.392 at the V-Check point. So, if it was on the edge of stability, I could go one more step in the BIOS to 1.410, which tested by multi meter should be at the suggested setting limit of 1.400. Depending on the CPU of course, 1.400 should be enough for the 4.5 to 4.7 range, & reasonably safe for everyday use. The overshoot you mention that you get under full load conditions from time to time, is still below Intel's 'absolute max'. These Gen2's are too new to get a feel what the lifespan is going to be when they are run long term at these voltages.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: heky on 24-May-11, 16:46:10
Thank you for that info.
I am going to buy a multimeter today, just to check real voltages.
I am currently at 1.34v in bios @ 4.6ghz, but when i load it with prime, the voltage jumps to 1.4v (cpuz), so i would like to know the true voltage undel full load, hence why i am picking up a multimeter today.
Will report my findings. Thanks again!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: macxell on 14-June-11, 17:36:51
Can i join?
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1867952 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1867952)
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1867952.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1867952)
is not to much but 50% i think it ok.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-June-11, 18:10:41
macxell: Sorry, that's not fast enough to fit in any list. You need at least 4801 for the Intel list or 57% OC to fit into the % OC list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 17-June-11, 00:06:40
An update & fitting retirement for an air cooled Gen1 i7 975. Now dedicated to a mundane life of e-mails & some actual work. :lol_anim:

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 17-June-11, 00:47:31
 Updated  :biggthumbsup:

 Now working at attempt to knock your # 10 out of the list now that I have my P67A, will even try to take over your # 7 spot. :grin:

Edit: # 10 bumped, got mine in at 4900. Will play with it and get it higher on all 4 cores later. Runs f@h at that speed at about 67C.

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1876182.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1876182)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 19-June-11, 23:00:02
 Ron, your old #10 bumped, got mine in at 4900. Will play with it and get it higher on all 4 cores later. Runs f@h at that speed at about 67C.


 Edit: 5013 all cores

 5K+ list #8, Intel list #6. Sorry Ron, I couldn't resist bumping you down some. :grin:

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/1876646.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1876646)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 20-June-11, 06:15:38
Quote
5013 all cores

 :lalala:  :woohoo:  :pompom:   :party:

Welcome to the 5.0 club! :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 20-June-11, 06:38:40
 Tried 51x a few minutes ago and wouldn't boot to Windows.

 Hmm, I was just thinking, I also had #6 in AMD list for quite some time until the Phenom ll came out and they pretty much blew everything else out of the list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Tink on 13-September-11, 08:53:14
This board finally showing me some kindness. I dare not go further for fear of boom my stuff.

Screen shot 1 http://home.bendbroadband.com/bypolar/MSI/52-1.jpg (http://home.bendbroadband.com/bypolar/MSI/52-1.jpg)
Screen shot 2 http://home.bendbroadband.com/bypolar/MSI/52PI.jpg (http://home.bendbroadband.com/bypolar/MSI/52PI.jpg)

Cpu-z validation. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1996752 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1996752)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 13-September-11, 22:53:39
 Hey Tink, do you have any idea why your validation shows 'Rejected by CPU-Z 1.58' at the top? I just downloaded CPU-Z 1.58 to check and it doesn't give me that rejected notice at the top like on yours.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Tink on 14-September-11, 01:00:59
Henry,not sure but I not mind to much I home to rejection.Ha Ha

I am going to try some more here soon and will post some results.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-September-11, 01:13:45
 Maybe a bug that has something to do with the latest Z68 MB.

 When you get done playing post your final validation and I'll enter it in the list.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Tink on 14-September-11, 03:17:49
I do one then I reboot and do another just to confirm.



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1997968
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1997982
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-September-11, 05:11:06
 Entered.

 Please edit you profile signature information as to full correct name of MB, it is not a Z68A-GD (G3) MB, it should read 'Z68A-GD80 (G3)'.

 Another thing, what CPU cooler do you have on it?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Tink on 14-September-11, 06:16:32
Ok, Fixed.

Link to cooler review:
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1629/1/ (http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1629/1/)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 14-September-11, 06:34:27
 Thanks, I like to add to lists what cooler, whether air or water/liquid.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 15-September-11, 07:55:34
Here's an entry using the Z68A-GD80(B3) using a stock Intel cooler. Definately not recommended for the faint of heart! Seeing 97C in the UEFI/BIOS is rather spooky!

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 15-September-11, 08:05:58
 I knew you could do it Ron. Been a while since I had one of my CPU's that hot. :angryfire:

 Those little Intel stock coolers just won't do it for OC work. Even the much taller Q6600 cooler won't do a real good job at the higher speeds.

 I'm fixing to hit the sack soon so will enter that one in the list tomorrow. I was just taking a last quick look through the forum before calling it a night.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: BobCharlie on 21-September-11, 17:28:03
Finally 3.9Ghz!!!  :agrees:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2009908

Took forever, but loosening my timings were what got me here. Think this one can get 4.0 with a little more tweaking!!

MSI 760GM-P35
Athlon II x2 250
4gig
GTX 550Ti
600 watt Thermaltake
Kuhler 620 liquid cooled
3 120mm
1x2 96mm
500gb HD
250gb HD
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 22-September-11, 01:24:38
 I think I'm up to date in the lists now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 24-September-11, 22:44:13
Henry, its time at last to add me to the list  ;D
Until the multiplier restriction is resolved this will have to suffice.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2014963
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-September-11, 23:13:47
 Updated. Time for me to get mine to 5200-5300 so I can stay in the list a bit longer. :grin:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 24-September-11, 23:30:42
Quote
Time for me to get mine to 5200-5300 so I can stay in the list a bit longer
You better do that before MSI provides a BIOS that takes out the stupid multiplier restriction  ;D as I think there may be 2 or 300 left in this CPU.  :shocked_anim:
btw Henry its a G3 board, not the B3.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 24-September-11, 23:51:33
 "...G3 board, not the B3."

 Edited.

 Well Ron had it to 5310 before I bought it from him on the (A3) MB he had so I should be able to get it somewhere near that. I stopped where I did just to get it in the list pretty quick. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 28-September-11, 22:07:13
OK Henry, thats as much as this CPU will give me with the current BIOS. HU16E will not be beaten at this stage.  :worship:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2021204
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 28-September-11, 22:11:01
Most of the hard work with the Gen1's is fast vanishing. ;-(( None the less, congrats on the tie Bernhard! :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 28-September-11, 22:17:32
I remember how I struggled to get my 870 past 4,0GHz and how easy it is to get these ones to 5.  Sorry that it's become so easy.  ;D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 28-September-11, 22:25:12
I remember how I struggled to get my 870 past 4,0GHz and how easy it is to get these ones to 5.  Sorry that it's become so easy.  ;D
+1
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 05-October-11, 08:38:22
 It was pushing it t get my i3 530/H55-GD to 4.0 but I did manage it one time. That was a tough row to hoe on those H55 rigs with the i3. I still have the parts for that rig. Seems like ancient history but it was less than 2 years ago that I built it. :lol_anim:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-October-11, 04:25:47
Autumn has filled the air, & soon frost will be upon the pumpkin! Time for the OC Eskimo to shake off the summer's dust & abuse one of MSI's latest mainboard releases, the Z68A-GD80(G3) & an Intel 2600k.

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 06-October-11, 05:11:53
 Do you want that listed yet or are you still playing with it? Yes I know it will bump me from the Top 5K list but I'm still not done trying to get above the 5013 I now have. I expect to get back in there a bit later down the road. Looks like I should stay in the Intel list for a little while longer.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-October-11, 05:48:58
Hold off for awhile. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 30-October-11, 09:00:17
The 2600k reached it's limit on the Z68A-GD80(G3);
[removed on user’s request]
The GD80(G3) suffered a death taking a 2700k along with it. (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/Ex Forum User 2/General%20Data/rip.gif) The CPU might have had a chance for the 57X Intel limit. This was it's best before the catastrophe;
[removed on user’s request]

Took a second 2700k & tested it on a P67A-GD65(B3) & got this;
[removed on user’s request]

Interesting that the 2600k beat both the 2700k's albiet with a higher voltage, & we will never know what the demised 2700k might have topped out at.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 18-November-11, 15:59:23
Sad to see the death of a CPU because of the VRM or MOSFETS deciding that they had enough. Would have been interesting to know the power consumption at that stage.
Those are just awesome OC numbers in anyone's book, and that on air. Respect.  :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: xbeatX on 19-November-11, 19:22:32
2700K + MSI P67A-GD65 = 5730Mhz  :worship:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2105072
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 19-November-11, 19:47:38
xbeatX 1,64V  :shocked_anim:

Awesome OC  :biggthumbsup:  Hope you don't intend to run that CPU for any length of time at that voltage
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: xbeatX on 19-November-11, 19:56:20
I have a waterchiller...i push so much for just a few benchmarks  ;D

my daily oc is 4.5 ghz @1.255v
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 20-November-11, 01:06:07
 4.2-4.5 is about normal everyday for most of us. I'll get you in the list sometime today, top 5K anyway since you are using chilled water cooler you don't really qualify for the top Intel list (air/normal water coolers).
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: mstkseance on 26-November-11, 07:18:40
o how the time flies. Looks like it's been about 2.5 years since Henry added my X3 720 on a K9A2 Platinum as the #1 AMD. Gave it another go and hoped to at least take a slot above the 3900mhz guys, but she was having none of that. Bested my previous 3736 with a 3800 which hopefully keeps me in the top 10 for a bit longer, but not quite what I was hoping for.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2117013 (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2117013)

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 26-November-11, 08:50:57
 No change in your position but did edit for your speed increase.  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: PhIlLy ChEeSe StEaK on 29-November-11, 23:36:37
PhIlLy ChEeSe StEaK
MSI-P67A-G45-B3
2500K@5525.9 under water  :hat tip:
I for get the bios version
Corsair Dominator PC38500 @1608 9-9-9-24

 Link
(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/2086088.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2086088)

 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 30-November-11, 00:07:10
 PhIlLy ChEeSe StEaK, is that a plain water cooler or chilled water?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 30-November-11, 07:41:28
First attempt with the X79; [removed on user’s request]

Z68A-GD80(B3) died on the second 2700k session. (http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/Ex Forum User 2/General%20Data/rip.gif)

CPU #1 [removed on user’s request]

CPU #2 [removed on user’s request]

All OC sessions are air cooled only.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: gingervitus on 04-December-11, 08:32:09
Phenom II 555BE
870-g45
2000 x 20
1.42vcore

Aircooled w/aftermarket cooler.
Had to cut a blowhole over HSF and install fan to keep temp down with the added voltage. Max temp under prolonged full load is 55C.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 11-December-11, 11:47:35
7467.44Mhz......MSI 990FXA-GD80 and FX8150

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2142643
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 11-December-11, 18:03:17
The validation failed.  :shocked:  Why ?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 11-December-11, 19:54:12
The validation failed.  :shocked:  Why ?

Thats fairly normal for highly clocked runs and hence is accepted everywhere(read hwbot)....:D

OR maybe because the latest version of CPUz was not used.....
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 12-December-11, 16:14:16
Unless its validated by CPUID or CanardPC its not valid.  ;D
Unless CPUID has made an official statement that validation with their program is only applicable to some.  :think:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 14-December-11, 05:21:17
The X58 isn't going to go down without a fight! It is still a viable & relevant performer in this day of the 6 & 7 series chipset mainboards. :lol_anim:

Not bad at all for not pushing it too hard, & being a so-called 'has been' platform. 6 Cores active, SLI, & 12GB RAM, Zalman CNPS9900 NT CPU cooler; [removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 14-December-11, 05:41:11
Great OC for a X58.  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 16-December-11, 01:53:37
New additions for the database;

Z68A-GD80(B3) 2700k #A4564; [removed on user’s request]

Z68A-GD80(B3) 2600k #A3622; [removed on user’s request]   

A new update of the Z68A-GD80(G3) 2700k #A2944; [removed on user’s request]

A new update of the X79A-GD65(8D) 3930k #A0502, Zalman 12X; [removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 21-February-12, 09:07:36
Wow nice overclocking with X79A-GD65(8D) 3930k, HU16E :) So do you like Zalman 12x? Is it good enough??
I only manage 2500k up to 5.3ghz ^_^
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 21-February-12, 23:53:38
 "Zalman CNPS12X (not recommended & soon to be replaced with a 9900)"

 Is your eyesight really that bad that you don't see this? Your rubbish posts are starting be very annoying.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 22-February-12, 16:25:19
"Zalman CNPS12X (not recommended & soon to be replaced with a 9900)"

 Is your eyesight really that bad that you don't see this? Your rubbish posts are starting be very annoying.

Starting to sound a little harsh there, Henry...  Cut the guy some slack. :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 22-February-12, 17:12:00
I am sorry Henry, I didnt see HU16E's signature before posting my statement #863.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: LeGrunt on 10-April-12, 13:40:42
New additions for the database;

Z68A-GD80(B3) 2700k #A4564; http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2148989

Z68A-GD80(B3) 2600k #A3622; http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2150373  

A new update of the Z68A-GD80(G3) 2700k #A2944; http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2127859

A new update of the X79A-GD65(8D) 3930k #A0502, Zalman 12X; http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2155128



Hey bro , What is the motherboard bios version ?

good forums  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Aaron on 12-May-12, 23:01:30
C'mon guys... my E6600 five years later is still fourth on the percentage chart!  Step it up!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 23-May-12, 13:21:55
Took a 3770k Ivy on a Z68A-GD80(G3) as far as I dare on air cooling. It gets hot very quickly and begs for plenty of voltage when pushed much past the 4.4 - 4.6 range. A little disappointed to be honest. :undecided:

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 18-June-12, 06:08:22
Wanted to test the OC ability of the P67A-GD65(B3) with the original Ivy 4.0 UEFI/BIOS and a Sandy CPU. The biggest problem encountered was the mandatory need to use a digital multimeter to verify voltages. Voltage checking and verification should always be done anyway. The difference between what is set in the BIOS for VCore and reality at the V-Checkpoints was a whopping 0.053v's.

(http://i326.photobucket.com/albums/k432/Ex Forum User 2/General%20Data/P67IvyBIOS40.jpg)

[removed on user’s request]

To confirm it was not a fluke, decided to test a Sandy 2600k also. Many seem to have the most trouble with 2500k's, but unfortunately, I don't have one to try.

[removed on user’s request]
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 18-June-12, 22:42:59
To confirm it was not a fluke, decided to test a Sandy 2600k also. Many seem to have the most trouble with 2500k's, but unfortunately, ...I don't have one to try.

 Must be because the one you did have is in my PC. :lol_anim:

 Now that you own 100% of the Intel list are you done with fooling around with most of your OC testing? You "endeavored to persevere" and achieved your goal. :lol_anim:

 Must be time for someone else to start bumping your OCs from the list. You also gave a few of them with their more exotic cooling a good run for their money in the 5000+ list with all of yours on air with the 9900 Zalman coolers.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 18-June-12, 23:59:51
Quote
Now that you own 100% of the Intel list are you done with fooling around with most of your OC testing? You "endeavored to persevere" and achieved your goal.

Yes, it's definately time to declare retirement and turn the reins over to the next generation of MSI OC'ers with Z77's and beyond. This month marks 3 unbroken consecutive years as the forum's #1 Intel OC holder. If anyone would have told me it was possible for an old fart like me in a hobby room with visions of grandeur and a stack of off the shelf retail pc parts laying around could achieve this kind of success with air cooling, I would have laughed profusely. The Zalman CNPS 9900 series of CPU coolers are simply amazing.

Maybe if some improvements are incorporated into the future Gen3 CPU's, Ivy-II or Ivy-E, I might once again dabble in a limited bit of testing. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Henry on 19-June-12, 00:12:09
 At least now you can reduce your PC testing expenses somewhat and just get the newer releases of RAM for testing if you are still going to do that. At least that is much less costly than $500-$1000+ for some of those CPUs & MBs you've bought.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 19-June-12, 00:29:10
Quote
At least now you can reduce your PC testing expenses somewhat and just get the newer releases of RAM for testing  if you are still going to do that.

For P67's, for whatever the reason, they don't seem to benefit much from fast RAM. Z68 and X79 deserve a little exploration though.

Henry, you know how to unlock my tinkering and 'in the name of science' nature don't you! :nono:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 19-June-12, 09:43:22
It's a tough call to try and push a SB CPU to anything higher than what you have on air.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 19-June-12, 10:52:18
It's a tough call to try and push a SB CPU to anything higher than what you have on air.

To be perfectly honest, the thrill and excitement of the OC challenge is lacking with the SB (Ivy and Sandy-E included) CPU's as they seem to frequency limit themselves out no matter how much voltage is cranked at them, so in many ways, anything other than air could be kind of a waste of time, money, and effort. Besides, there is some personal satisfaction beating out some of those exotic cooling solution OC'ers.  :rolleyes:  OC'ing as an art form actually began to seriously die with the introduction of the LGA 1366 X58's. Maybe the Ivy will offer a challenge to the D-Ice, LN2, or He3/4 crowd, but then again, probably only going to be small Mhz differences between the ones that top out. After taking three k series Sandy's to Intel's max multi limit, the only difference between them was a paltry 6 Mhz! The 'golden eggs' are extremely rare that will exceed Intel's factory set multi limits. The only way a true challenge will be reinstated is if Intel releases fully unlocked and unlimited retail CPU's again that go until they pop. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 22-June-12, 05:46:30
To be perfectly honest, the thrill and excitement of the OC challenge is lacking with the SB (Ivy and Sandy-E included) CPU's as they seem to frequency limit themselves out no matter how much voltage is cranked at them, so in many ways, anything other than air could be kind of a waste of time, money, and effort. Besides, there is some personal satisfaction beating out some of those exotic cooling solution OC'ers.  :rolleyes:  OC'ing as an art form actually began to seriously die with the introduction of the LGA 1366 X58's. Maybe the Ivy will offer a challenge to the D-Ice, LN2, or He3/4 crowd, but then again, probably only going to be small Mhz differences between the ones that top out. After taking three k series Sandy's to Intel's max multi limit, the only difference between them was a paltry 6 Mhz! The 'golden eggs' are extremely rare that will exceed Intel's factory set multi limits. The only way a true challenge will be reinstated is if Intel releases fully unlocked and unlimited retail CPU's again that go until they pop. ;-))

What kind of misinformation are you spreading,  :nono:
Ivybridge can be overclocked a lot higher on water than air, a lot more on DI than water and again a lot more on LN2 than DI. Differences are in 300-500Mhz going from one type of cooling to another
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 22-June-12, 08:09:44
Quote
What kind of misinformation are you spreading

Facts my man! Facts! Hands on experience! The ones I have worked with top out long before heat is even an issue. They multi limit out or require too much voltage for conventional cooling. Those of you that use exotic cooling solutions aren't even in the same league as us home pc builders that use standard recognized conventional air or non chilled water cooling. So, I stand by my comments which are meant for the home pc builder.

Quote
Ivybridge can be overclocked a lot higher on water than air

And stay at or below the recommended everyday CPU V. limit of 1.400v's? Water is going to make a difference? If people want to run their equipment higher than recommended specs for everyday, more power to them. :-))

Have fun with your D-Ice, LN2 and He3/4. Some of us actually do use our pc for some actual work after done fiddling around with them seeing what they can do. Must be nice to have backers and sponsors that give components to play with. :think:

 :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 22-June-12, 09:44:28
Facts my man! Facts! Hands on experience! The ones I have worked with top out long before heat is even an issue. They multi limit out or require too much voltage for conventional cooling. Those of you that use exotic cooling solutions aren't even in the same league as us home pc builders that use standard recognized conventional air or non chilled water cooling. So, I stand by my comments which are meant for the home pc builder.

And stay at or below the recommended everyday CPU V. limit of 1.400v's? Water is going to make a difference? If people want to run their equipment higher than recommended specs for everyday, more power to them. :-))

Have fun with your D-Ice, LN2 and He3/4. Some of us actually do use our pc for some actual work after done fiddling around with them seeing what they can do. Must be nice to have backers and sponsors that give components to play with. :think:

 :hat tip:

I read your PM and that spews some evil, you fall into the category who is jealous of everything and every1 around them it seems, I have been around Forums far long than you can imagine to know every forum has their own rule so I do not mind if a score I posted didnt make it to this list.

Now, what you state in this post is true, but you specifically mentioned DI, LN2 as well in your last post which makes that post incorrect and thats all I wanted you to correct on.

P.S. I have been in computers for the last 15 Years. After working as Server Admin, Exchange Admin, now I manage a team of DBAs for a Fortune 100 company. And I believe I do much more important work with my PC than you do, unless you specify what *Actual Work* you do with your PC after fiddling around.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 22-June-12, 10:59:20
What is discussed in a PM is just that.......private. Now it has been made personal here in the open part of the forum by you. I have no jealousy or hidden agenda. My other reply was directed at the common folk, not the exotic crowd. You could have contacted me by PM so I could have better explained to you what I wrote was geared to conventional cooling people. You know, the people with a normal pc, but oh no, I get the misinformation scolding. All my experience gained having done a lot of hobby OC'ing, is put to use with the forum's user community. When is the last time you actually helped anybody here?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: thebanik on 22-June-12, 11:28:02
What is discussed in a PM is just that.......private. Now it has been made personal here in the open part of the forum by you. I have no jealousy or hidden agenda. My other reply was directed at the common folk, not the exotic crowd. You could have contacted me by PM so I could have better explained to you what I wrote was geared to conventional cooling people. You know, the people with a normal pc, but oh no, I get the misinformation scolding. All my experience gained having done a lot of hobby OC'ing, is put to use with the forum's user community. When is the last time you actually helped anybody here?

You mentioned do not reply back, there is a blocker in place for you, :(, hence. See again I have no issues with you, but it seemed you made it all personal. Maybe my comment didnt have a smilie which may have made it sound rude, but that was not the intention. I did not even remember the earlier incident since it was not that big a score anyway nor did I think that any particular person blocked my scorec.

I will be honest, I come to this forum to either check for unreleased BIOS or sometimes to post scores achieved on MSI boards. You do help a lot of people on this forum I am sure, I do not question that, but its the internet and being a senior member/mod here, you have certain responsibilities as well about what you post. Since many will take that advice at its face value.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 22-June-12, 11:58:19
Quote
You mentioned do not reply back, there is a blocker in place for you

There we go again. Private message details being brought out in the public part of the forum. Just to clarify, the blocker was not put in place until 'after' Reply #877. I could have been contacted by PM before your reply & I could have edited my post to make my intentions & statements more clear to the public at large. :-))

There should be no shadow of doubt now, that I was mainly directing my comments to the average home pc builder. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 06-August-12, 12:56:14
Not sure what all the fuss is about when it comes to OC'ing a Sandy Bridge CPU when an Ivy UEFI/BIOS is installed. :think:  UEFI/BIOS CPU V. setting is not even close to what is actually being delivered, but that is no problem when a digital multimeter is used to check everything. I did notice DRAM V. set to Auto was delivering 1.665v's though. That's definately not good. Setting it manual to 1.507v's ended up being 1.504v's being delivered which is close enough.

(http://i1249.photobucket.com/albums/hh504/ClipperSnipper/Mainboard-1.jpg)

Here's an 'extreme' OC on conventional air cooling;

 > CPU-Z Validation < (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2464096)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 07-August-12, 07:07:58
@Froggy Gremlin, that is nice score :) 5.5GHz. Btw with Ivy UEFI BIOS when you set VRAM at Auto so it will automatically set to 1.665 Volt? Even at stock frequency RAM 1333MHz? I think Ivy UEFI BIOS abit mess up with Sandy Brige procie... but it did go well, I mean your overclocking has no problem with stability, right Froggy?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 07-August-12, 08:45:21
Btw with Ivy UEFI BIOS when you set VRAM at Auto so it will automatically set to 1.665 Volt? Even at stock frequency RAM 1333MHz?

Yes. 1.665v's when set to Auto. It's almost as if it is reading the RAM profiles wrong and applying X.M.P. voltages. :shocked:

Quote
I think Ivy UEFI BIOS abit mess up with Sandy Brige procie... but it did go well, I mean your overclocking has no problem with stability, right Froggy?

Definately the Ivy UEFI/BIOS is not quite prime time yet. :-))

Stability is fine at the manual OC of 49X @ 1.384v's. With power saving enabled and CPU V. on Auto, it teeters on failure at 47X with stress testing, so 46X is the more reliable OC. I've found the performance gains at 47X and up to 49X rather low, so the 45X, 46X is a good reliable spot in the power curve. At least with this particular hardware. ;-)) 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 07-August-12, 19:53:43
Froggy Gremlin, I've added your oc :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 07-August-12, 22:13:39
 :biggthumbsup: Thanks much! :hat tip:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: damric on 01-October-12, 06:49:07
- FX-4100 @5125MHz (42%OC)
- CPU-NB 3000MHz , HT Link 2500MHz
- 2x4GB RipjawsX @2000MT/s 8-10-9-28 1T
- MSI 890FXA-GD65 18.8B1

- Air Cooled with Hyper 212+ and Sickleflow 120mm fans

(http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1069489/width/500/height/1000/flags/LL)

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2528704
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 01-October-12, 07:02:23
Congrats damric! Oc has been added, makes you AMD No. 1 :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 01-October-12, 07:04:10
Awesome OC.  :biggthumbsup:
Just hope this was a once off run. Don't think your CPU will survive that core voltage torture for too long.  :shocked:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: damric on 02-October-12, 05:53:48
Awesome OC.  :biggthumbsup:
Just hope this was a once off run. Don't think your CPU will survive that core voltage torture for too long.  :shocked:

5125MHz for CPU-Z submission purposes only :D

I won't bench any higher than 5000MHz, and I only run 4500MHz for 24/7 clocks.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 06-October-12, 17:44:52
Really nice OC, damric :D
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: damric on 12-October-12, 06:14:39
An obscene amount of voltage and a small amount of frequency later,

(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/2541098.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/2541098)

I'm not sure how much headroom is left on air cooling. It's getting pretty scary now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Bernhard on 12-October-12, 06:39:15
Unless you have no problem ruining that CPU, I would settle for the OC. :hat tip:
 That is just awesome for that AMD.
The voltage will deteriorate the CPU if it doesn't kill it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 12-October-12, 06:43:12
Nice clocks! Puts you a bit further ahead of AMD list :pompom:

It would be nice if you could add some screenshots/photos of your stable everyday oc bios settings in Overclocking, Screen Shots of bios (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=162043.0) as it lacks any AMD shots so far and we need some.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: damric on 12-October-12, 06:50:26
Nice clocks! Puts you a bit further ahead of AMD list :pompom:

It would be nice if you could add some screenshots/photos of your stable everyday oc bios settings in Overclocking, Screen Shots of bios (https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=162043.0) as it lacks any AMD shots so far and we need some.

My 24/7 OC isn't nearly as impressive, but I'll post it there for reference.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 12-October-12, 06:52:55
 :biggthumbsup: Thanks!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Eddward on 18-October-12, 18:57:30
CPU: Core i5 2500K @ 5.3Ghz
MB: MSI Z77A-GD55
RAM: Kingston 2x4GB 1600Mhz CL9
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2321346
(http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/7316/cpuzr.jpg)

My max overlock with 2500K was 5363Mhz, but without cpu-z validation, only Super PI screen.
http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/8035/536m.jpg

Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 18-October-12, 19:05:47
Sorry Eddward, that's not sufficient to enter Intel or overall list. Also only cpu-z validated results are relevant.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Eddward on 18-October-12, 19:19:11
Sure, I know, but I posted validated result with 5.3Ghz (id=2321346), or not? or do i something wrong?
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 18-October-12, 19:22:16
That was related to your 5336Mhz screenshot. None the less your validated result is too low to enter the top ten.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Eddward on 18-October-12, 19:38:53
ahh ok,
I know its not enough to enter the top ten, only my max OC result (yet) with MSI board to this thread  :rolleyes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 18-October-12, 19:43:36
Aha, ok. Nice result :biggthumbsup:. None the less posting in database topic is limited to submitting results to enter database.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 12-February-13, 06:43:03
Hello Aaron, I wanna share my result :)

(http://img526.imageshack.us/img526/3684/superpi32mp.png)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 12-February-13, 10:58:11
Aaron does not run the database anymore like it is explained in post #1, I'm running it. However your result is not sufficient to enter. 5400 Mhz is the last rank of Intel top ten and it is already occupied. It would require a clockrate higher than 5400Mhz to enter.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 12-February-13, 18:48:48
Oh I didn't see page 1 for quite long time, sorry flobelix.
OK thx for the information :) I guess I need more push.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 12-February-13, 19:52:55
 :biggthumbsup: Good luck!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: HenryW on 13-February-13, 00:03:31
 At best yours is a tie for 10th place, HU16E has tied himself with 2 different rigs as it stands now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 13-February-13, 10:35:09
This was already explained no newly entering at 5400Mhz. Rank 10 is occupied. At least 5401Mhz is required.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 13-February-13, 15:07:57
A #10 3 way tie in the Intel list would be kind of unique. :yes:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 13-February-13, 15:31:56
Unique yes but will not happen.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 13-February-13, 23:38:00
This thread, originally started by Aaron, was intended for common everyday folks (non exotic cooling solutions) to post their results at OC endeavors, and to be a fun place to compare results. I know this because when he was a mod, we discussed this both in PM's and e-mails.

What neoroy accomplished was no small task, so how about cutting the guy some slack and entering him in as #10? If not a 3 way tie, then request to take my two 5400 ties out and put neoroy's there. I've held that spot long enough. :-)) 
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 14-February-13, 06:36:31
I know Aaron very well so I know what was intended. Besides the database was run by Henry for quite some time before I took over. I wouldn't have entered I tie anyway as Henry did. Now as it is this way I won't change it until someone (maybe Neoroy) comes up with 2401Mhz and entirely takes over rank 10. If you want to decide for one of your 5400Mhz results instead of both decide for one and the other one will be removed. None the less someone at the same clockrate won't newly enter.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 14-February-13, 15:14:41
Quote
Then request to take my two 5400 ties out and put neoroy's there. I've held that spot long enough.

neoroy earned the #10 spot for his work as far as I am concerned.

Quote
Besides the database was run by Henry for quite some time before I took over. I wouldn't have entered a tie anyway as Henry did.

There is a two way tie in the Top 10 (%) spot as well that was put there by Aaron. It's your thread now, so do as you see fit.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 14-February-13, 18:39:19
neoroy earned the #10 spot for his work as far as I am concerned.

A noble gesture! Your Rank 10 entries have been removed and neoroy ranked for 10.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 21-February-13, 06:28:06
@Froggy Gremlin, thank you so much ^_^ but you don't have to do like that, it's OK if I'm not in the list ... I will be on the list if my score is fullfill the requirement, right?
Hmm still no go with BCLK :( gotta try more harder.

@Flobelix, thank you sir :)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 21-February-13, 09:47:50
You earned that spot in the list as far as I am concerned, so I had mine pulled and yours put in it's place. No heroics involved, just felt it was the right thing to do, and the right time to do it. I have dominated the conventional cooling Intel list going on 4 years this coming June. For a long time, I held all 10 spots with different CPU exemplars (no ES) and mainboard combinations which were 100% purchased off the retail shelf, a feat that may never be matched again. It's time for me to move on. :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 21-February-13, 18:25:40
You earned that spot in the list as far as I am concerned, so I had mine pulled and yours put in it's place. No heroics involved, just felt it was the right thing to do, and the right time to do it. I have dominated the conventional cooling Intel list going on 4 years this coming June. For a long time, I held all 10 spots with different CPU exemplars (no ES) and mainboard combinations which were 100% purchased off the retail shelf, a feat that may never be matched again. It's time for me to move on. :-))
As you wish, Froggy  ;D  indeed you are dominating the Top ten  :biggthumbsup:
Title: AMD 965 4.2 stable overclock on Air cooling =)
Post by: Thor3666 on 08-April-13, 15:51:43
(http://i1338.photobucket.com/albums/o693/Thor3666/2762136_zps5e623ca2.png)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 08-April-13, 20:03:40
You have been added for rank 4 which you share with gldndragon. Congrats!
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 08-April-13, 22:41:36
How about if going to accept ties, putting mine back in as the top #10 Intel seed as the first to post a 5400? X79A-GD65(8D), i7 3960X C1, 5400 Mhz, air cooling. ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 09-April-13, 19:34:08
 :comfort: As that was rank 10 entering at all was in question. Here 4200Mhz is possible to enter no matter if it is a tie or not. Ranking 5 with the same clockrate as 4 is a bit odd also so here I did it although I still dislike it.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 09-April-13, 23:42:19
Took awhile searching in piles of old notes, but here it is, 19 Dec., 2011. My mistake, memory failed me, it was the 3930k, not the 3960X. My notes show the 3960X was a dud for OC'ing. :lol_anim:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2155128
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 10-April-13, 23:07:27
To stop the tie madness now the full validated clockrate is used to determine the rank if it would be a tie otherwise. That caused the following changes:

AMD
gldndragon (4200.21 Mhz) dropped to rank 5 while Thor3666 (4200.36 Mhz) stays at 4. Therefor all others from the former rank 5 down are dropping one step. Former tied rank 10 drops from list.

Intel
Froggy claiming his rank 10 back kicks neoroy out again. It is 5400.31 Mhz (Froggy) vs. 5400.01 Mhz (neoroy). The Intel list can be renamed Froggy list again  ;-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 10-April-13, 23:16:03
I was really hoping for an exception to the new ruling for entry and that neoroy would still be able to be listed for a tie for #10. His accomplishment was done with all 4 Cores and 8 Threads. Very impressive OC indeed! I see the new formula has included the 'tenths and hundredths', so I do understand the changes in the entry criteria now.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: neoroy on 29-September-13, 20:11:07
I was really hoping for an exception to the new ruling for entry and that neoroy would still be able to be listed for a tie for #10. His accomplishment was done with all 4 Cores and 8 Threads. Very impressive OC indeed! I see the new formula has included the 'tenths and hundredths', so I do understand the changes in the entry criteria now.
It's OK Froggy   :-)) my 2600K is long gone  :grin: and now got 3570K and can't do beyond 5GHz because of heat  :rolleyes_anim: max is 5GHz.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Sea Dog on 03-January-14, 11:06:14
Sorry uncle Froggy! You were too good a teacher concerning the secrets to OC'ing on air cooling.  :lol_anim:  Bumped one of yours right out of the list.  :rolleyes:


(http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/banner/gael09.png) (http://valid.canardpc.com/gael09)
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Froggy Gremlin on 03-January-14, 11:29:55
Hmmmmm! I see that! Guess some of what I taught you finally sank in? Congrats!  :-))
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 03-January-14, 11:38:14
Congrats then Sea Dog, you entered Intel list at 7  :biggthumbsup:
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: Riddick on 06-January-14, 12:05:06
This is max maybe on this gd80 crap.(http://www.dodaj.rs/t/E/9Y/2btROADY/ashampoosnap2014010516h4.jpg) (http://www.dodaj.rs/?E/9Y/2btROADY/ashampoosnap2014010516h4.png) ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-(( ;-((
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 06-January-14, 14:24:22
You must post a cpu-z validation link to get your result listed as clearly pointed out above the list. A screenshot won't do.
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: damric on 04-February-15, 01:44:00
(http://valid.x86.fr/cache/screenshot/pjevmz.png)

http://valid.x86.fr/pjevmz
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: flobelix on 04-February-15, 15:50:16
Entered at 3. in AMD list
Title: Re: Overclock Database 2.0
Post by: LeLoT3 on 09-January-18, 20:00:48
My First mobo (Overclock friendly) and first time trying overclock.

This so far is the best results of stable and low voltage overclock (Before I got 4.9Ghz with 1.46v) I was not happy with my temperatures.


Now this one is a good balance so far..... I'll continue to find a better overclock....

(https://valid.x86.fr/cache/screenshot/83z0d8.png)




Validation:

https://valid.x86.fr/83z0d8

(https://valid.x86.fr/cache/banner/83z0d8-6.png) (https://valid.x86.fr/83z0d8)