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HU16E

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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?
 

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HU16E said:
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.
 

HU16E

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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. ;)
 

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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.



Here's an 'extreme' OC on conventional air cooling;

> CPU-Z Validation <
 

neoroy

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@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?
 

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neoroy said:
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:

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. ;) 
 

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- 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://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2528704
 

flobelix

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Congrats damric! Oc has been added, makes you AMD No. 1 :biggthumbsup:
 

Bernhard

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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:
 

damric

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Bernhard said:
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.
 

damric

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An obscene amount of voltage and a small amount of frequency later,



I'm not sure how much headroom is left on air cooling. It's getting pretty scary now.
 

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Unless you have no problem ruining that CPU, I would settle for the OC. :emot-tip-wink:
That is just awesome for that AMD.
The voltage will deteriorate the CPU if it doesn't kill it.
 

flobelix

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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 as it lacks any AMD shots so far and we need some.
 

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flobelix said:
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 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.
 

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CPU: Core i5 2500K @ 5.3Ghz
MB: MSI Z77A-GD55
RAM: Kingston 2x4GB 1600Mhz CL9
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2321346


My max overlock with 2500K was 5363Mhz, but without cpu-z validation, only Super PI screen.
http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/8035/536m.jpg

 

flobelix

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Sorry Eddward, that's not sufficient to enter Intel or overall list. Also only cpu-z validated results are relevant.
 
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