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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

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    I do that at 1.4150 volts!

    This 2700K works well from stock to 4.8GHz 1.3575v

    After that it clocks well but the numbers just dont show it WTF?

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    I might have to work on my weekend :mad:

    But stress test my 2600k at 5.8 highest core was 18c on the ss lol

    But 3770k it gets up to 90c wtf :roll:
     
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    4.6@1.35V I run a negative Offset on it(0.01) which oddly enough stops it from pushing 1.4+ if I left it on Auto(whatever works)
     
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    Will chip in next week when im back home. Really enjoyed reading everyones results.

    Im able to get 4.7ghz @1.32v on maximusz68.
    Although i didnt finish my oc...
    @fullinfusion...you think at higher clocks the cpu is temporarily being throttled and thats why benchs dont show much improvement...

    Will post my settings up soon...

    Definatly be careful... Petedreads system died with 1.45vcore...

    Good luck..
     
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    I disable the throttling effect in the bios now, and things run much better now.
     
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    I'm pretty jealous of your terrific chip. You're running lower voltage than me and 200mhz higher OC (according to your last ss)! That's not fair. I'm going to try to give my OC another go around....
     
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    What ya wanna shoot for?

    Im running 4.8GHz atm @ 1.32v

    I can go higher but voltage is going to have to be raised. :wtf:
     
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    manofthem WCG-TPU Team All-Star!

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    lol I recall running 4.8 but needing nearly 1.4v!!! I didn't make sure it was stable, but I think I ran some 3dmark11. that's a big difference. It could be the board too or ram, I'll have to te it another try, and I'll report back soon as I can

    I would definitely run a 24/7 of 4.8 with such low voltage! Like I said, jealous :p
     
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