Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Chicken Patty, Oct 8, 2008.
my board dont go that high mate! but hell ya that's sweet man, and its still running :shadedshu
i'm on it now lol it works just fine just had to let it cool for a little bit
Cool!!!! dam get the marsh mellows out
i couldnt touch the heatsink it was so hot lol
cdawall, I had done the same thing with the factory cooler on my PHenom II, took the factory gay fan, and put a high flow 120mm on top hey it cooled pretty good.
Welcome to the Rejected club, I hate that S**T.
Nice Clocks BTW, are you feeding your 9950 with some CPUGH
DAMN a 9950 clocking with the PIIs that is a hell of a clock
it is indeed impressive
Im at the moment flying over sea's just to rob Mez of his mobo lol... jj mate.... its a sweet clock but PII clock for clock smokes azz compared to the PI's
Yeah, that is definitely impressive....I'd try upping my volts past 1.5 but I'm too chicken right now...maybe once I get the money for my PII 940!!
Last night (it was around 1-4 am) I got my system cooler than on the first time. I put a "demolished" cardboard box on top of my rig to control the air flow and avoid the warm air circulation. This time I tried to go as high as 1.7 Vcore but didnt get that 3.9 I was tired too...
@Full, as high as 1.5 Vcore and over, the blacbox showed nothing, it doesn't show anything below 0... So... Don't know about BS, I put a thermometer to measure the incoming air temp, the lowest was -13,3C. After I quit benching, I checked the outside thermometer and the outside temp was lower than -20. The cheap wireless weather station doesn't show anything under -20
GBT can't change the CPU VID, so in theory the board could do some over crazy volts.
So 9950 has normal Vcore 1.25V +0.60V = 1.85V
AOD shows 1.25V, setting it to 1.45V = +0.20V = 2.05V
And if AOD registry tweak can be done, then maximum in AOD is 1.50V
2.05V +0.05V = 2.10V
With PhII 940 which has 1.30V... it would be 2.15V
I don't now if its possible but it sure looks like it.
i wasn't even at my BIOS's max yet lol it goes up higher but that poor chip would melt
i got my 9950 to 3.4ghz on 1.48v trying to get it as stable as possible, here is my validation
good job king jay. Tried any higher, or had any luck making it stable at 3.4 GHz?
tried 3.5 but that takes too much voltage, forces me to go up in the 1.53v region and up and that's too much volts fa me on air.
is the x4 940 cooler basically the same? i have a few 120 mms lying around along with cable ties
yep it is
Congrats, thats some serious oc right there!
when I had my board on a custom bench table I had going, I also placed a 120mm where the factory slow fan would go. Temps were pretty good!
hey David, whats your best oc on the 940?
and whats your highest 24/7 clock
i hit 4.2GHz but she took a shit during the Validation and cant get it stable since the weekend
i find this chip don't like volts any higher than 1.47v
Why does CPU-Z insist on lying about our RAM....it even insists my Dominators are PC2-6400!! My validation
its not lying Blair.... your ram is in fact 6400's.... there just hand picked sticks that run 1066MHz
and they just call them 8500's
Oh I now sit emeducated...ty Brad!!
havent tried higher that 3.65 Ghz stable, and validated at 4 GHz
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