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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by giorgos th., Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. Tatty_One

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    Tried a run at 4.5gig on the Q9650, gets a bit toasty at load on air with these speeds/volts, still not bad for an air cooled quad mefinks......10.406.

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    Under 10 seconds on my machine with Intel Core 2 E8500 E0 stepper@4.5 GHZ.


    No pics or links.

    I don't care if I'm on the list or not.

    Just passing on my score.
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    one run score cause we were low on LN2 and had alot of things to do..better next time..

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    that is some high voltage you got going on there :eek:
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    I pushed that much on my Q but didnt help with the oc only tryed it in the bios it was 65 idle :eek:
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    hey giorgios, just looking at your avatar is freaking cool hehe, so don't worry.
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    Not unusual at all for DICE or LN2 runs.
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    its actually a bit low heheheh j/k. But very usual voltage for extreme cooling.
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    Still, good work :)
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    Well 6.1GHz lol.
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    unfortunately that cpu has a cold bug at ~137C....
    it run pifast at 6140 with 1.88Vcore,so next i expect no less than 6250 with normal LN2 V (1.92+).
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    Don't most hit a cold bug before that anyway?
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    i`ve tested cpus with cold bug at -110C,-130C,-152C and -183C....so,it`s just luck on this..
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    Whats a cold bug, sorry not familiar with this?
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    chips get too cold, they stop booting. it only affects negative temperatures.
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    this is called a "cold boot"..
    a "cold bug" is when the cpu stops working at all.
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    so I guess depending on the chip, some have different tolerance to freezing temps?
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    yeap..
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    if you get the chip to the point it has the cold bug is the chip then dead once it gets above the temp that it got the cold bug?
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    if a chip has a a cold bug at -140C,at -138-139C it works normally..
    above -140 no,below yes.
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    thanks for clearing that up i didn't know how that works because i haven't messed with sub 0 temps or even read up on it much :toast:
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    cpu @ 4.65GHz 517x9 (1.45v set in bios)
    ram @ 1240mhz 5-5-5-5 2.5v

    The cpu had more in it, but the ram was maxed out. These 45nm E0 chips are insane!
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    damn you guys your making me want to go to the dark side for a 45nm chip
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    Do it!!! :D

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