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  1. erocker

    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Mine is one number off of yours: Q811A063 Pack date of 04/22/08

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    On air.:)
     
  2. freakshow

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    i seen overclock.net there is a guy with Q811A063 he got his a 3.8
    and on seen a Q811A069 but i havent seen my batch
     
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    Nice OC there erocker :)
     
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    Start at 1.3875V or so and see if it's stable there. If it is, back down and check stability again. Do you have the DFi P35 Dark yet?
     
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    i got this from Xtremesystems its helpful, but it could be more helpful if it listed the Batch # with it
     

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    This is Orthos stable, but 1.4v flat was stable and I could play games for hours and be stable but 1.440 is orthos/prime stable so I figured I'd go with it as my 24/7 clock. Anyone think the volts are too high. I'm getting 48-54c load temps using Realtemp and Orthos.
     
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    temps on what? cpu die, or core temps? either way, I think that's fine, I'd be happy with it.
     
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    ya i got it..but it still has one hell of a vdroop like my blood iron did and i know its not my psu cause i got a new one hummmm
     
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    Have been playing with this chip for about a week now and love it. It is my first Intel build ever and is so easy to OC...
    Have it installed on a DFI DK x38-T2R MB, 2 gigs Corsair XMS2, Visiontek 3870 video card and a WD Raptor HDD, cooling it with a Zerotherm BTF90 HSF.

    My highest was 3.75 but backed it down to 3.6 while on air and its very stable. Going to have it running on water soon and will push it more then.

    Batch #Q744R980
    Pack Date: 7/11/08

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    Not bad Bytor, can't wait to see it under water.
     
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    I'm very happy with it.... But Shhhhh I'm a AMD guy.. don't let it out eh!!! lolz
     
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    heres what i got so far 17 hour prime stable
     

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    Very nice freakshow.. I hope to hit 4 ghz one day..
     
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    Bytor, try 9.5x432 with around 1.4v on the CPU, will be 4.1GHz. If you have a good chip, should run like a charm.
     
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    1.4v seems a little high eh!!!
     
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    1.4 is OK you just don't want to exceed 1.45
     
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    Stressing it @ 3.7 ghz on 1.36v right now...
     
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    I was going to get that cooler. HOLY CRAP it's huge!

    <- has never bought a cooler. I'm buying a p45 crossfire board and an E7200. ECS P45T-A seems to have some problems, but it'll probably be fixed soon.
     
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    ok got my E7200 in my 2nd rig but unfortuantly i cant OC it yet until i get a new cooler(using the weedy stock atm) i err broke my Freezer 7 pro removing it from the old board :(

    gettign a tad over 10k in 3d06 at default,so aint to bad for stock speeds.
     
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    mine takes 1.4ishV to get to 4.0GHz as well. takes me 1.424v to get 4.1 stable.

    @ xubidoo...oc to max on stock volts, should get you in the 3.5ghz range!
     
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    im hoping to get to around 3.4 - 3.6 ,altho not sure wat cooler im going for nxt ,i dont think a xig would fit in my case ,its only a standard size case.
     
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    I have a e7300 coming can I join lol!!!!!
     
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    I say the temps arent going to go over mid 60's with the stock cooler, as long as you dont push voltage. Give her a quick OC and see how the temps respond. You may be very suprised how it does! Also my girls case is a Sigma, concidered a mid tower. If there arent any fans on the door, it will be close, but I got it to fit in her rig. How wide is your case?


    @trt ...even if not, I for one am very interested in seeing your results.:toast:
     
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    i'm hoping at 10x400 it will hit 4.0ghz at low voltage.:D
     
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    I wish ya all the best, I just hope to hell they didnt release another E2200. You know the later crap version!:laugh:
     

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