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4.5Ghz Stable on air woohooo!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by silkstone, Apr 3, 2009.

  1. AltecV1

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    yea 3.6 stock volts but cant go over 400fsb!!crap:rolleyes: mobo
     
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    wow great job man, keep up the good work
     
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    Great job. But remember, running a CPU at the limit like that is like driving a car in the red line. OK for short bursts, but not 24/7.
     
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    It's kinda late - i post some screenies tomorrow.

    Acid - Can really use a normal screw as the case is too small to get a screwdriver in, i really need the thmb screw, i'll have a go again tomorrow with a midget screwdriver and see if it can be done
     
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    Take the gfx card out and then remove the cooler from the ram.

    A normal screw such as the one used for securing HDDs in place can be used.
     
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    Here it is at 4680mhz. It's about 35C in the shade today so too hot to get it upto 4.75ghz, I need to wait for the evening when the temps drop.

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    Acid - I can't get a screwdriver in there to put a normal screw on, so i'm stuck with the thumbscrew. the only way i could do it is by removing the motherboard first.
    The top screw is the thumb screw, the bottom (next to the video card) is a normal screw.

    Edit - Below is my current 24/7 clock. I left it running 8hrs overnight and was stable with those temps. Only problem is i still have a 0.02v Vdroop and 0.03v vdrop :( some more modding might be in order

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