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  1. 3volvedcombat

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    VIPER, try to get 6Ghz+ Man, try to get 7.5Ghz and take the world record!!!!! :D
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    For some reason i can only go up to 1.4v on the core voltage on my current mobo for this chip, i need to figure out how to go higher or it will be a waste, i think i will try a newer bios for the UD3P and see but i might need a different mobo to go higer... time to google a bit! :toast:


    I also have a E5200, i see you kicked it's butt, how was that to OC?
    some nice stuff you got there 3volvedcombat -topnotch-

    Damn the closer i look you also rocked a Q9550, i have one of them tooo to beat on....
    plus you are usign he UD3P, man we shoudl compare notes....
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    Cooled by air Thermalright True Black.

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    Well I decided to play with my daily driver a little today. ASUS P6T Deluxe H2O cooled.

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    It was one of the reasons :p
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    i wont try to get even one mhz more from this proc, as long as my rad isnt utilized with enough fans... it would be futile:eek:

    i need a better OC-Proc, damn!:p
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    I don't have anything to prove the stability (other than having run F@H, as well as GTA IV for many hours), nor will I waste CPU time on that when I should be crunching :p
    Mainly because I already did the stability testing and .. forgot to take a screenie :eek:

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    Having a better cooler makes a big difference for sure.
    Just gotta wait for the AS5 to cure properly, before going a bit higher again.
    Running @ 1.507 atm for complete stability.
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    Kei | Phenom II 955 C2 stepping | 4.0Ghz | Cooler Master V8 (lapped w/original fan)

    I believe I can now officially say I'm in this club! :rockout:
    I've been doing 4-4.1Ghz benches for a little while now, but they've never been stable for more than a few benches and needed serious volts to make it happen.

    Well I'm good to go now, and all thanks to a somehow magical Gigabyte MA770T-UD3P budget $80 board and a $20 Enzotech mosfet cooler lol. I've had much higher specced boards before this one, but somehow this is the one that gets it stable for normal use as well as benching.

    wPrime 32M & 1024M screenshot as proof of stablity for normal use all tests run back to back to back with no break between runs. I'll think about running a 4hr stabilty run a bit later on...once I get over staring at the wattage meter under full load (my daily clock is 3.2Ghz @ 1.168v...).

    Kei


    CPU-Z Validation
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=965853

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    Nice Stuff guys, thanks for throwing your runs up in the proper format:respect:

    Congrats Kei:toast:
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    Thanks sage :D I giggled when I saw my name finally on that list...and right after none other than 'rx-7'. :rockout:

    Kei ----> knows that rx-7's (and 8's) are the greatest cars ever created :p
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    Can my i7 get bumped up, just for e-peen status :roll:


    Chicken Patty | Intel Core i7 920 | 4.734 GHZ| AIR |


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    NP, I love Rx-7's man I wish I could afford a mint 95 rx for under 10K.


    Nice:toast: You only need a little more to get into the TOP 10 bro, go for it.
    You'll have Ron Jeremy E-Peen status :laugh:
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    one problem with doing that, look at my specs. Notice what the issue is?


    Dammit, this is my 67th post since I woke up today. I need to go to bed :(
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    Photoshop man:laugh:

    Damn 67 posts in a day:rockout:
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    More like 70 now. Naw, I don't like cheating bro, it is what it is. Thats a damn impressive clock for basic non extreme air cooling, and in Miami! No excuse here, cold weather is not typical here.
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    I know man, that is impressive as hell:toast:
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    Sure is, I got rid of the setup, I had my fun with it. Maybe I build something even better in the near future, you never know.
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    haha216 | Intel i7 975 | 4.22Ghz | Liquid

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    q9550 e0 @ 4.25GHz @ 1.36v under LinX load STABLE

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=979511

    this was just a quick pic... 20 passes on LinX

    I have ran 500 passes on LinX at these settings... I can prove it if I have to... lol (I will just have to do it again...) I have ran a run OCCT pass and 48hours Prime

    I am currently trying to get everything stable @ 4.5GHz 533 x 8.5(so far I can get it to the win7 logo screen then it freezes... 533FSB just might be too much on a quad...)... its not looking like its going to happen though... the volts are way to high at that speed...

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