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Super Pi 32M scores

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by giorgos th., Dec 16, 2006.

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    you couldn't break 5GHz?
     
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    if i had more time with my 965 i would definetely break 5ghz...
     
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    now what I want to know is how much voltage does ddr2 need to get to 1140 mhz with cas 4 4 4 8...and what kind of cooling is required...I can't imagine NOT needing some serious voltage and cooling to get it to run at those settings.
     
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    i honestly cannot remember but i guess ~2.4Vdimm with active cooling (12mm fan on top)..
     
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    I'll have to get a screenie giorgios...but I got my mem at 1140 as well with cas 4 timings, but I think it was like 1.35 volts and NO extra cooling at all, got it to boot at 1160 actually but wasn't stable, at 1140 I was able to run super pi and some basic things though so it was at least quasi-sort of-stable:)
     
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