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HU16E

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Not until my last dying breath! Just think, Ivy Bridge, Z68, X79, socket 2011 all to look forward to! ;)
 

SweCarl

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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  :mad:
 

HU16E

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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 =
 
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Henry

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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:
 
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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.
 

HU16E

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Yes. The other 2600k (different CPU) & 2500k were done on a 'B2' P67A-GD65.
 

gldndragn

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Here is my oc on my sig rig.







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.


 
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Henry

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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.
 

gldndragn

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Sorry about that.  here ya go



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.
 

heky

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HU16E said:
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 =
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)
 

HU16E

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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.
 

heky

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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!
 
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Henry

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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.
 

HU16E

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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:

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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.

 
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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:

 
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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.
 
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