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  1. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah but it's not a matter of seconds. You still gotta do your tweakin' bro.
     
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    And anyways even if you set your i7 at 4 Ghz your going to want to mentally want more just for the e-peen or if you just need 4Ghz you would want to see how low of a voltage your i7 can do 4.0Ghz rock rock rock stable :D
     
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    DAVID go to bed bro!!!!! your rambling man :cool:
     
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    4Ghz? man it get too damn hot in my room bro seriously. You have no idea how much cooler the damn room is now with the i7 at these settings! That's full load by the way, idle is 1.013v

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    D.... I have Siruis radio and hear the weather temps for FLA every day im on the road and I gotta bow to you man!!!! nice job @ 2.+ to 4+GHz for temps....

    LOL, out side it's -24c and I have the window open.... thats why im good to go tonight :D
     
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    in fact they can undervolt good, and at a certain point (nearly exactly 4ghz) they need volts,volts,volts.... and much luck, to not fuck up the run. ACC can help;)
    i use -4
     
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    I see you run -4 on the acc but - , is for lower clocks and cpu volts hey?
     
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    Your Undervolting to thats good, actually today i also decided to undervolt my q9550. Its stable at 0.944volts at 2.833Ghz stock and its stable at 3.0Ghz at 0.992volts :D. But at 0.944Ghz max temps are 37-34-32-32 and its kinda warm inside i can drop them further with my corsair H50 :D
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    Lowest it will let me verifiy at stock speeds ;) but it aint stable. I wish my ep45-ud3p had more swift settings because i have to change it to blocks and so on. I can probably verifiy at 0.91 volts if voltages were a little more complex with my motherboard but i live with it :D
     
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    That's very good bro, def. keeps the temps down
     
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    its like the gtl´s for core duo/quad

    it should be a voltage "flattener"... i tried to boot at a vcore, that would boot, because it was too low. then i adjusted to -4, and got 5 linx runs:eek:
    from this point on, i knew, this can add performance and stability!
     
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    w0w I wanted to see what voltage this q9550 will run at stable at the same clock speed of my e5200 and
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    haha, that's awesome bro :) I think undervolting is just as exciting as overclocking for some reason :laugh:
     
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    Exactly it is:laugh::laugh:, especially when you have a processor that can under volt. I realized i dont even need my quad at 4.0Ghz even though it will do it without effort or any voltage. Im just ganna run my quad at 3.0Ghz 0.992 volts(Passed 30runs of Intel burn test). Just messed with some ram timings and got them down to 4-4-4-10 845Mhz :D :toast::toast::)
     
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    That's what I said, and I am running my i7 undervolted. Two weeks from now I get bored and I load my 4.1 Ghz setting and screw undervolting :roll:
     
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    Why do you read my mind!!!!! :laugh:
     
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    :laugh: It's just the way humans are. We are never satisfied with what we have!
     
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    i am... but i almost never get, what i want. im a Toy of gods, and they love to see me struggle:ohwell:
     
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    Bro, does the BIOS look purple to you right now, or is it changing colors on you? :laugh::laugh:
     
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    That's not God playing tricks, it's the LSD!!! WE CAN'T STOP HERE!!! This is bat country...
     
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    ^^^^ :roll:
     
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    Nice clock, ive booted into windows at 4.6Ghz but to many start up programs were going and it took 3 minutes boot hahaha, Then after that i verified CPU-Z like 10 minutes before i booted at 4.6Ghz and it would not let me verify 4.6Ghz it would still show the 4.505Ghz that i verifyed, and now for some reason i cant get it to boot at 4.6Ghz >.<
     
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    Oh, oh electronic migration in effect:p


    @marsey99 , updated it for ya.You jumped 59 spots BTW:rockout:
     
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    lol, i dont know.... havent been there today:D

    i love that movie :)
     

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