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since im already in the 1.43v range.


Holey Moley !! Seems to me, 1.43 @ 4.8 is awfully high.

I'm 1.248 @ 4.6 ........and it's been to hell and back without one hiccup

I'm no super OC'er , just struck me as an extremely high number
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Holey Moley !! Seems to me, 1.43 @ 4.8 is awfully high.
I'm 1.248 @ 4.6 ........and it's been to hell and back without one hiccup
I'm no super OC'er , just struck me as an extremely high number

Nah, that is about average.....
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Nah, that is about average.....

So........ there's a "huge" jump then.....from 4.6 to 4.8 ??
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Holey Moley !! Seems to me, 1.43 @ 4.8 is awfully high.
I'm 1.248 @ 4.6 ........and it's been to hell and back without one hiccup
I'm no super OC'er , just struck me as an extremely high number
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Nah, that is about average.....

Well 1.43v for 4.9ghz. Im not sure how much more it would take to make it stable but im going to stay at 4.8ghz, too much extra voltage is needed.

Im currently "stable" but still need to get a couple hours in to really see how stable it is. But my sweet spot is 4.8ghz with 1.408v load. That has passed 32mins on 1792fft test which was one cycle, started to repeate itself. I want to get a 2hr session in before calling it good.
I have kinda been made affraid to touch the base clock, but i figure im safe under 103 from what it sounds like. raising it to 101 (4847mhz) gave it a jump in cinebench, went from 7.59 (4800mhz) to 7.87 7.65 (4847mhz) which was what i got at 5.0ghz (7.86)

edit: ran the test again and got 7.65 so maybe there was a lag in the software from switching from 5.0ghz to 4847mhz. Overall very happy with this cpu, it may not be a GOLDEN one but a dam good one. As you can see in my cinebench I have had an 8150 (4.9ghz) and 1100t (4244mhz). The 2500k does great compared to those cpu's in this test. I was hoping to beat my 8150 at 4.9ghz score but maybe later on I will try again when Im feeling wreckless lol

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edit: want to add the voltage in the pic is with offset voltage so under load its really 1.408
Edited by 66racer - 2/6/12 at 9:51pm
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^ You are getting awesome results, why are you so bothered by this? 1.408 is definitely not bad at all...
At this rate, a higher OC is only for e-peen and can seriously ruin stability. I remember when 4.0 was the benchmark a few years ago and that required high-end WC to be operational
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^ You are getting awesome results, why are you so bothered by this? 1.408 is definitely not bad at all...
At this rate, a higher OC is only for e-peen and can seriously ruin stability. I remember when 4.0 was the benchmark a few years ago and that required high-end WC to be operational

Im just tryig to find the max biggrin.gif Which it looks like i did, 4.9ghz takes much more voltage and its not worth it
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Indeed, it totally isn't. Its just that there are so many people who'd actually settle on a retardedly high voltage for that extra 100mhz and then wonder why random BSODs occur even though their prime/IBT run was stable. Good to know people still have self control thumb.gif
    
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Im just tryig to find the max biggrin.gif Which it looks like i did, 4.9ghz takes much more voltage and its not worth it

Indeed , you've got a "great" chip. At least you spend the time testing your
settings. So many think by getting some crazy cpuid mark, thev'e actually OC'd the thing.
Unfortunatly, most of those non-testers stuff couldn't run donkey-kong

The 2500 has been quite the impressive CPU.
Not in "my world" , could I ever substantiate the need for an i7
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Indeed, it totally isn't. Its just that there are so many people who'd actually settle on a retardedly high voltage for that extra 100mhz and then wonder why random BSODs occur even though their prime/IBT run was stable. Good to know people still have self control thumb.gif

Thanks, yeah Im all about testing the limits then backing off a hair. I think I enjoy overclocking more than gaming sometimes biggrin.gif
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Indeed , you've got a "great" chip. At least you spend the time testing your
settings. So many think by getting some crazy cpuid mark, thev'e actually OC'd the thing.
Unfortunatly, most of those non-testers stuff couldn't run donkey-kong
The 2500 has been quite the impressive CPU.
Not in "my world" , could I ever substantiate the need for an i7

Thanks, Oh I hear ya 100% I wanted the 2600k to have a chance and play with HT but the extra $100 I couldnt justify especially with ivy around the corner.

I know what both of you guys are saying though about the wreckless overclockers lol I presented the buyer of my 1100t and crosshair v printouts of my prime stable overclock with prime still running and he mentioned "oh I dont do that stuff I just overclock it and run it, if it bsod I change things" and I was like "oh ok cool:rolleyes: " This dude was even running a liquid cooler too for his water cooled loop so I would have thought he would have been more responsible. Oh well.
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So........ there's a "huge" jump then.....from 4.6 to 4.8 ??

Sure is for me on an i7 2600k. Stable at 1.36v 4600, but to pass benchmarks I need 1.44 at 4800.
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