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  1. [Ion]

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    Well I guess that's at least still a pretty good collection :)

    I probably still would crunch on it, but that's my your decision and not mine.
     
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    And I probably will once I have the cash sitting to build a second machine to mirror in case one fails, then I'll let em both crunch. :toast:
     
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    Awesome :)

    Assuming my rig fails (sure hope not) I can always use my laptop until I can RMA it. The laptop will fundamentally do everything that I need to do on a day-to-day basis
     
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    I get what he is saying though. Just precautionary measures! He relys on it.
     
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    Definitely, as do I. If I only had the laptop, I might not crunch on it, because I rely on it daily for school & everything else I do.
     
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    Yeah, and in his case he's got a nice arsenal for folding/crunching so it's all good. Now, if he had all that hardware idle, then we'd have a major problem. :slap::slap:
     
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    A major problem indeed :p

    Only rig here that's on enough to be worthwhile crunching on that doesn't is the E6550...I'm going to try again to get it going
     
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    Today sees Mindweaver back w/ cherry pie, bogmali moving up significantly, dustyshiv moving up, and Mike going down:
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    Today sees CP with pie! :toast:
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    Other than that, we see EZRazerHead and twilyth with pie again :toast:
     
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    Great Job team :toast:
     
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    Sure thing!

    Today was an incredible day for us!
     
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    Cherry Pie after a looooong time.....:D Me had to post this...forgive me fellas!!


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    Keep crunching team!!

    Czech National Team and University of Illinois are behind our backs!!:eek:

    Step UP!! Crunch Harder!!:rockout:
     

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    I'm already crunching as hard as I can, the i7 is OCed, running full tilt, as are both laptops. All I can really do ATM is get more @ work going & get the quads running more
     
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    i overclocked my i7 alittle more. I found a Yate loon that i didn't know i had :wtf: so i put it on my heatsink along with my Silverstone(they are about the same CFM) and it lowered temps to 64c@3.7ghz vs 63c@3.5ghz with the mismatched low speed fans
     
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    Well that's pretty good. I'm mid 60s ATM @ 3.8ghz, last time I tried for 4ghz it wasn't stable, but I might push it a bit harder later. We'll see. Might not be worth it for the extra heat/power consumption
     
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    I keep mine below 3.8ghz because the extra heat isn't worth it. I can run 4ghz stable but at a voltage i don't like(~1.32v) temps are also too high on air to run 4ghz imo(~80c) on water i could run 4ghz at be around 58-60c(after i got the new pump,fans,and dual rad) I miss the water cooling
     
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    3.8ghz doesn't require much more voltage than 3.7 or 3.6ghz on my 860, so temps are about the same. But after 3.8-3.9ghz, far more voltage is required, and it's just too damn hot. It was pushing 85c last time I tried, admittedly it's cooler now, but I'd still be surprised if it was under 75c. And I'd rather be 200mhz slower and keep temps down 10c :)
     
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    the way it seems to go with my i7 is
    3ghz@1.11v
    3.5ghz@1.15v
    3.6ghz-3.7ghz@1.18v
    3.8ghz@1.2v
    3.9ghz@1.22v
    4ghz@1.32v

    now you would be surprised at the difference such a little voltage makes to temps for me.
    also as you can tell i have tested many different speeds and voltages just because i like to have a feel of what the chip can do. Say i want lower temps and lower power consumption then i can just set it to one of the slower clocks and already know the optimum voltage for it.
    saves alot of time in testing when you just get it out of the way. also if i want more speed then i know the voltage i need for it to be stable.
    I'm sure it will change slightly as the chip ages but shouldn't be anything drastic.
     
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    Wow, that's quite a difference!

    TBH I haven't tried anything other than 3.6ghz, 3.8ghz, and 4ghz. 3.6ghz was 1.28v, 3.8ghz is 1.30v, 4ghz is 1.39v, and I got it to boot @ 4.18ghz @ 1.43v (way too high for regular usage IMO, and it wasn't stable)
     
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    that seems to be alittle voltage hungry doesn't it? I don't know the 860's that well so i maybe wrong.
     
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    Not sure, I didn't spend much time messing with anything over 3.8ghz because that was as hot as I wanted to run it w/ the summer temps. It might could use a bit less, but those were the voltages I used with some success.

    And the 860s do seem to use more voltage than the 920 D0s, more on par with the C0s I think :ohwell:
     
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    My 920 is a C0 and it keeps right up with some of the D0s(not the best ones just the average ones)
    I seem to have got a really good C0
     
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    Well that's quite good then. Maybe I just have a 'bad' i7. Still not going to complain, the X4 955 took ~1.32v to do 3.6ghz, ~1.45v to do 3.85
     
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    was 3.8 GHz on both my i7 DOs for abt an year. Now cranked up to 4.2 on water. Had to do lot of benchin these babies. Would give random BSODs but now r stable. 1.28 and 1.32V Vcore. Had to play wit QPI Pll Voltages...man....tried my patience...but I wont give up tht easy....afterall its for our team!!
     
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    That's quite impressive there!
     
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