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

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  1. Chicken Patty

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    Yes I could disable cores in the BIOS. I had a very good Kuma set up (2 cores) at 2.2Ghz with only 1.1v. But I never tried to run it on Super Pi. Maybe I'll do that soon.
     
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    here is a screenshot of the Kuma Setup. You can see my overclock specs on the everest sidebar tool. The max temps reached were about 34Âșc on max load :)

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    Oh, and not a requirement, but a suggestion. (Guessing you missed my ninja edit. lol) Use the tpu image host instead of imagecrap. It works much better/faster with the site. www.techpowerup.org
     
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    I had read that somewhere. Thanks bro, I'll use that from now on as far as I remember hehe.
     
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    My new Score.

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    E8400@4.05 GHz.
     
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    congrats dude, its looking great so far.
     
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    Here's my first (unimpressive) entry.
     

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    New quad deathrun on air.....too scared to go any higher....bit toasty!
     

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    Go to around 73c and then call it a day man! lol
    That is one hell of a oc! Those babies are sweet!
    Nice one man! Just witing on the 9s run from ya!
     
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    Dont think I am going to get any more on air out of her, unless of course I disable 3 of the 4 cores, then we might be looking at 4.5-4.6gig but hey....remember, I have retired from overclocking :D
     
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    Yeah... retired... forgot about that... :laugh:
    Plus, volts aren't liking ya...
     
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    Nice run...PM sent also!
     
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    Very nice score and OC. Might just have to splurge and get a Q9650.
     
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    bit toasty :confused: there better temps and im water :cry:

    nice oc :toast: lets see some 3dmark :D
     
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    Thanks, got here partly due to you helping Fit with the memory that indirectly helped me and seems to have solved my problems! Now I am keeping this board, the new replacement 790i Ultra is going to Fleabay when it arrives, thing is, on this board it has been so easy to clock the 9650.....it's great, other boards may not respond so well.
     
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    Got to 84C just in SuperPi :eek: 4.3gig is Prime stable now for 4 hours (72C max) on 1.45V :D and runs 2006 without a problem, only had the board 5 days and the memory 5 hours so want to tweak some more before I start seeing what she can do in real benches.
     
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    I don't get it, I have that board, the G.Skill HZ's that both you have, but never seem to have any success with getting DDR3 speeds, always super unstable for me.
     
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    Must be some other setting then, I have not even tried pushing mine yet, hence I have just kept them at 1600, but I have manually set the timings for the top 4, manually set volts to 1.9v.....everything else auto.
     
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    I tried doing my usual 9x500 on my E8400 everything the same except I tried the ram at 1600 7-7-7-18 1.9v, had the NB volts at 1.46v as fitseries suggested and it didn't even post. Either my board or something else, but I will have some time to better figure that out once my P5E3 and Blitz Extreme come back from RMA.
     
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    lower the NB volts to 1.36 or 1.38 for that FSB....trust me ;) even with my quad that demands more juice to the NB at that 4.45gig I managed it on 1.4V northbridge, these boards dont like too much juice thru the NB.
     
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    I normally do run about 1.3v on the NB, was trying a higher setting to get the ram stable at higher speeds. What FSB Strap do you use?
     
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    Tried them all lol!....I find the auto setting is most stable for me.
     
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    E8600 @ 5350MHz 1.65v On Modded SS 8.719s [​IMG]
     
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    ^^^ damn man, thats good. What are you using to cool? I dont recognize what you have under your system specs for cooling.
     
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