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post #4501 of 7108
OH c'mon GEN3!!! Man when is this thing gonna drop. I got $ burnin in my pocket!thumb.gif
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post #4502 of 7108

benching with my gene tonight..

 

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post #4503 of 7108
Oh that makes me ho... ahem.. happy tongue.gif
nice work!

*from my tacticool evo
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SteelSeries Merc Stealth BFG 1000W Custom Lian-Li A05B Razer Death Adder 3.5G 
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post #4504 of 7108
here are the pictures from my build last week, currently running stable at 4.6GHz using the two step overclocking method.

Specs are i7 2600k, Corsair Vengeance 1600 16GB, 120GB Corsair Force 3 SSD, 2TB 7200rpm data HDD, 650W Antec Truepower

Lots of Boxes
400
Board/CPU/Ram
400
All Set up
532

Why I need 16GB of ram, my CFD simulations cause this!
375
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Intel i7 2600k Asus Maximus IV GENE-Z Intel HD Graphics 3000 16GB (4x4GB) Corsair DDR3 Vengeance 
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60GB Corsair Force Series 3 2TB Hitachi Deskstar Sony AD-7261S-0B Noctua NH-U12P SE2  
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Windows 7 Home Premium Dell 2209WA Antec TruePower 650W PSU Silverstone TJ08-E 
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Intel i3 2100t Gigabyte GA-H67N-USB3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 2GB Corsair DDR3 XMS3 
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WD Green 1tb * 3 Thermalright AXP-140  Ubuntu 11.10 & XBMC Pre-Eden CORSAIR HX 620W 
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60GB Corsair Force Series 3 2TB Hitachi Deskstar Sony AD-7261S-0B Noctua NH-U12P SE2  
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Windows 7 Home Premium Dell 2209WA Antec TruePower 650W PSU Silverstone TJ08-E 
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Intel i3 2100t Gigabyte GA-H67N-USB3 Intel HD Graphics 2000 2GB Corsair DDR3 XMS3 
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post #4505 of 7108
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Originally Posted by alastairb View Post

here are the pictures from my build last week, currently running stable at 4.6GHz using the two step overclocking method.
Specs are i7 2600k, Corsair Vengeance 1600 16GB, 120GB Corsair Force 3 SSD, 2TB 7200rpm data HDD, 650W Antec Truepower
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Board/CPU/Ram
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All Set up
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Why I need 16GB of ram, my CFD simulations cause this!
375


Nice clean Rig you got there. thumb.gif
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post #4506 of 7108
After a few days of usage, I am happy with my build.

Received my Dell U2412M and U2312HM as well and have been trying to configure everything into place. Setup video decoder etc.

Have been running @ 4.8GHz @ 1.335 Volts. So far no BSOD. Will do a prime for 8 hours to confirm soon.

Other than that, more pictures coming smile.gif
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post #4507 of 7108
Trying to get my overclock dialed in, it will run through a pass of 3dmark11 but then will BSOD while browsing the web lol (124 BSOD)
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post #4508 of 7108

3d mark 11 is not a suitable stress test for daily use..  I suggest you run something like Prime95 or OCCT. IBT is really only needed for workstation use/stability in my opinion.. i would not use it unless you have the cooling.. be prepared.

 

FYI- Ive run up to 105.1 bclk on this mobo with no skew adjustments so far.. the biggest factor for CPU OC is setting up teh power options properly in the BIOS [CPU VRM settings and phase freq etc]. For +4.8ghz OC's I recommend using between 400-460khz for CPU phase switching freq. This gives a very good balance of low transient response and amperage output still.

 

*dont forget to enable OVP to ~20% and increase max CPU amperage levels.

post #4509 of 7108
Quote:
Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

3d mark 11 is not a suitable stress test for daily use..  I suggest you run something like Prime95 or OCCT. IBT is really only needed for workstation use/stability in my opinion.. i would not use it unless you have the cooling.. be prepared.

FYI- Ive run up to 105.1 bclk on this mobo with no skew adjustments so far.. the biggest factor for CPU OC is setting up teh power options properly in the BIOS [CPU VRM settings and phase freq etc]. For +4.8ghz OC's I recommend using between 400-460khz for CPU phase switching freq. This gives a very good balance of low transient response and amperage output still.

*dont forget to enable OVP to ~20% and increase max CPU amperage levels.

ill check those out, right now im at 50x100. thanks, i had it at 1.35vcore and bumped it to 1.375vcore and didnt seem to change anything so maybe its one of those other options
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Sandisk 240GB Sandisk 480GB Samsung 830 128GB Toshiba 6TB X300 
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post #4510 of 7108

Some other voltages for you to look at..  :

 

VTT .. should be around 1.07v for +1800mhz RAM.. 1.09 - 1.1v for +2200mhz RAM..

PLL .. small increase like .03v can help stability when not freezing CPU

 

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