Overclock Database 2.0

flobelix

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You have been added for rank 4 which you share with gldndragon. Congrats!
 

HU16E

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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. ;)
 

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: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.
 

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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
 

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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  ;)
 

HU16E

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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.
 

neoroy

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Froggy Gremlin said:
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.
 

PirateDog

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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:


 

HU16E

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Hmmmmm! I see that! Guess some of what I taught you finally sank in? Congrats!  :-))
 

flobelix

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Congrats then Sea Dog, you entered Intel list at 7  :biggthumbsup:
 

flobelix

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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.
 

lelobrig

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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....






Validation:

https://valid.x86.fr/83z0d8

 
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