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What's your Sandy Bridge I7 2600-2700K OC stress voltage?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by fullinfusion, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. fullinfusion

    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Like the title states....

    I'm curious what fellow SB 2600-2700K cpu owners clock out at, and what voltage is stable for your cpu?

    This is mine with a new board bios... just punched in a few numbers and fully stable.. This new Maximus IV Extreme Z68 bios #3501 seems way Superior then my old trusted 0803 bios :eek:

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    Same load voltage you have is what my 2600K's have at 4.5ghz
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    This bios is sweet!

    so far been toying wit 1.32v 4.7GHz

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    Im too high!

    this clock should be around 1.245v ;) but it's going to take a few days to concure! :pimp:
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    4.3ghz @ 1.280v

    Really didn't bother tuning the OC though- fast, stable, and cool so I let it be.
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    That's it? 2 ppl that have a SB I7 proc? :wtf:
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    I got one 1.65-1.7v 5.8 :p
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Wow that's kinda high hey?

    So far I've been gaming for the past 2 hrs and running 4.7GHz 1.29-1.30v

    This new bios is sweet! my old bios couldnt even touch this clock voltage. :rockout:

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    That's cpu degrade voltage Dom lol!
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    My 2600K will be going back to 4.4 ghz at 1.38v when I am on winter break. Seems like i have one of the power hungry chips :/
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    Just upped to 3501 a few days ago and haven't played with it much, soon as I get some time off work I'll see how mine goes :toast:
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    Best results I currently have a pic of

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    Just installed a new Z77 mobo on the daily driver, still running original BIOS.

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    Hi, i have a 2600k @ 4.5 and on load it's at 1.332v, i know thats probably a bit too high for that oc but everything is set to auto on my z68ap-d3. Runs cool tho and is very fast and more importantly reliable :)
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    Careful man, I fried a Z68AP-D3 running settings very simular to yours.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=160560
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    Thanks for the heads up m8. I don't do crunching tho and have c states enabled but damn you got me worried now! temps and voltage all see to be resonable tho and i have a ton of fans cooling the beast, should i ease the oc abit? thnx
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    Can really say for sure. Mine going out may have been a fluke. The D3 doesn't have the strongest power delivery system, and I think that's what went out on mine. And I did have it crunching all the time, except when I was playing a game, so that probably didn't help.

    BTW, my temps were all good also.

    Not trying to scare you, just letting you know. Maybe research it alittle more.
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    Thanks m8 i will research some on it :)
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    Well i have backed me oc off abit too 4 GHz. When i originaly bought the board and chip i floated around on the net looking for pre oc bundles and saw the z68ap-d3 on overclockers.co.uk paired with a 2600k @ 4.4. Although it had been oc'd by there team and i think they used a A70 cooler i just though mine would be safe well, i'm gonna run at 4 for the time being and too the op sorry for hijacking the thread :)
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    Wow that suck's

    Your going to like it, Even the EFI bios looks different.

    nothing wrong with that! :toast:

    You suck lol! I cant wait to get a Z77 board myself.
    I'm looking to grab the Formula V but waiting for a review from the man first :cool:
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    I think my voltage in bios is 1.34v for 4.6 on my 2600k, pretty sure. If I get a chance tomorrow, I'll throw up a screenie of the settings.

    @fillinfusion I'm jelly of your chip. You've seemed to really get a lot more out of your chip than me :mad: :banghead:
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Na it's the motherboard, I noticed a big jump in stability, use of lower voltage and higher clocks.. IMO this is a Win Win bios to complement this chip.
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Just ran a OCCT stress with my new cooling loop, I had the water block off 5 times today to find the proper amount of TIM to applie. Im using IC Diamond 24K paste...

    I used to have my loop as pump-rad-cpu block-rez

    Now pump-cpu-rad-rez

    nice drop in temp ;)

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    5.4GHz @ 1.4750v

    Not 100% stable but below 56c it's stable for numbers :ohwell:

    Happy weekend fuckers! :pimp:

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