Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by giorgos th., Aug 17, 2006.
some more its getting late here
Nice going mate!
I should be able to do some sub 9s runs at 5.2ghz, but you got me beat on that last run.
Great work, looking forward to more results
hey! stop doing so good you're kicking me further down the list!! lol
Dom is that with the phase.... sweet...
wut you think need some more work to get 5.4 stable getting not round bs in pi
great runs DOM
Here is a new best for me. Gotta love freezing your ass off in the cold.
how cold is it dark?
Dark, your almost in the top 10!
When I was doing those benches was probably in the upper 30f range out side, and I had all the windows in my room open. Layered up for that bit of fun.
the things us overclockers do to get a good clock
new toy e8600...
this is my latest best result after a couple days owning my new e8600, with a true 120, my old evga 680iar and axeram 1200....
i use to do that, then i was why should i be freezing too had lil table put it out buy the window and had just the case outside and closed the window
then got a phase to do it all yr around
@ DaRK nice run, break the sub 9 sonic boom.
@don, see you got your phase, picks please or did i miss something.... nice scores....
I think this will be the last week for the Igloo, it's around +4c now....
@ dalekdukesboy ,,,, now that a winner
is it a winner because it's almost 5 ghz on air or because it's on a 680i of all things and not even a motherboard originally designed for compatibility with 45nm duos.
Dom, man, that some sweet scores!! Glad its there and going good for ya man!
Edit: yeah, even with that board... It's a SWWEEETA$$ score! Good run
Damn, didn't even know it's a 680i, even better, but i likes the score, and 680i in air, I could only imagine using sub zero on that chipppppppppp......
The E8600';s are top notch....
Love the the way it rocks the clocks
That will be my first Victim for the Phase next week.,....
yeah it is pretty nice, getting high clocks on it obviously isn't an issue, getting 24/7 stability with linpack testing however is, at least with this setup, I have a tpower i45 here though and I have a feeling it may have even better luck with this chip and hopefully have more stability with less voltage, the 680i definitely seems pretty finicky and not as stable as I'd like despite some fairly impressive results for what it is...plus I want 5ghz legit...not 4.990-4.991 lol.
Yea, i saw a lot of good things with that tpower and the i45....
I'm not big on running lots of hours on linpack or prime. If i can get it to game and do my work fine then it's stable enough for me...
well I had a run at 5.18 ghz and one at 5.10 ghz one of them being 9.359 but pc rebooted and lost the info even though I had saved the screenshot...but I do have this one.
yea, don't you hate that instability, I remember a while back i hit a milestone that i had been working for,
for a long time and i was so excited that i forgot to save it,
then it took me weeks to get it back..
yeah well I actually DID save it to wordpad, but obviously it rebooted very soon after and it didn't actually make it to the hard drive apparently...either way I should have just restarted it right away while it was still running but I attempted to rerun it in hopes of a freak run that was really quick...either way I got 5ghz + on air and I don't think I've really seen that anywhere in a super pi run or otherwise, so I am kinda psyched I managed that.
im out of town i would of had 4 day weekend but came to see the family and my bro also had came back from his 2nd tour in iraq
Fatal - 18.252 :shadedshu
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