Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by trickson, Nov 25, 2007.
Updated GREAT job every one .
E6750 3.6GHz @ 1.45V, Memory 4-4-4-12 2T
Just reposting my best for the thread
e6750 4.264Ghz @ 1.75v, OCZ Reaper DDR2-1150 5-5-5-8 @ 1332mhz,
SuperPi 1M = 11.890s
celeron 420 @ 2.8GHz / 1400 FSB (1.25v in bios), Geil ddr2-800 @ 700MHz 4-4-4-12
@ pt Have no Idea what your setup is need you to do like the others have Please . Thank you .
@Ace: What are your CPU & System Temps like? That's a pretty excellent OC to 4.264 on Air (scythe infinity from your system specs, correct?)
That's really impressive.
choppy.. that is a good speed. You may want to set your timings tighter on that Geil ram if it is the kind running D9's u should get firstname.lastname@example.org with the speed your running. That would give you a faster super PI.
also with the temps your running why not go to 3ghz?
Cheers, yeah scythe infinity. PC sitting on window ledge with an old tumble dryer hose placed right up against cooler other end hanging out of window, with 92mm fans on each end, 80mm fan over North bridge. Sys temp 9°c, cpu 19°c idle.
I dont think its truly stable at this speed, enough for superpi, sciencemark etc, haven't primed/othosed or 3dmarked yet. But max temp on sciencemark was around 50°c, which leads me to believe it would just crash in orthos as its much more intensive
the things overclockers do for temps...
i will post it later
Wow, that's pretty intense, but excellent. So is that intake then I'm assuming? And 19degrees CPU!? haha that's incredible. I'm assuming that might not be such a good idea however after winter's over. eh?
But very nice diy mod.
Q6600 GO@ 3.7g 1.7v, Super Talent DDR2@820 4-4-3-8, Gigabyte p35-DS3R, 13.968.
tbh im happy with it as its my first ever overclock! im not benchie crazy i just wanted to see what it could do but ive lowerred it down to 1333fsb and im quite happy with it but thanks for the heads up abt what i could pull off!
AMD Turion X2 TL-60 @ 2000mhz (1.1v) 5-5-5-15, 44.39s
Separate names with a comma.