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Originally Posted by Sheyster;13446845 
1 core only active... rolleyes.gif

There's only one or two cpu's in existance that can even boot to windows at 4c/8t at 100x59....just to get a validation, and ZERO that are actually STABLE. Find a chip that can PRIME at 5900 mhz at 4c/8t and I'll GLADLY paypal you over $2,000. You won't. Don't waste your time.

People don't boot over 5500 mhz for stability.
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne;13448729 
There's only one or two cpu's in existance that can even boot to windows at 4c/8t at 100x59....just to get a validation, and ZERO that are actually STABLE. Find a chip that can PRIME at 5900 mhz at 4c/8t and I'll GLADLY paypal you over $2,000. You won't. Don't waste your time.

People don't boot over 5500 mhz for stability.

this, all it's good for is validations for hwbot ect..
post #13 of 57
Nice chip man.

Quick question for you if you don't mind. Was the BLCK at 100 still when you booted at x54 without PPL and was that with or without HT enabled?
    
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con gratz xroo, 59x multi is pretty impressive. mine craps out at 55 redface.gif
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Yeah he was at 100x54 without PLL overvoltage.

Just to let you know, PLL overvoltage doesn't actually unlock higher MULTIPLIERS. It just unlocks a higher frequency wall. It's just that we usually use multipliers to reach those frequencies. If you have a CPU that can do a max of X49 with pll disabled, and will report overclocking failed or a boot loop+OC failed at 50x100, then you won't be able to do 5 ghz with PLL disabled, even with 102x49, unless the frequency wall was somewhere at like 4990 mhz, in which case, SOMETIMES having a lower BCLK will raise the frequency wall. It's a frequency wall, NOT a multiplier wall.

My CPU for instance won't do over 4930 mhz without enabling PLL overvoltage. Got to 4925 mhz... +1 higher on BCLK and "overclock failed."

Still, no one knows exactly WHAT PLL overvoltage even does internally. It's absolutely NOT a voltage. (Take a DMM to the PLL IC and measure it...you'll find that overvoltage has ZERO effect on the PLL voltage). PLL voltage and PLL Overvoltage has literally nothing to do with each other..

PLL overvoltage is something INTERNAL to the CPU (which is why it won't work on D1 steppings). This is also exactly why S3 sleep fails with it enabled...CPU can't wake up because it has to repost to reenable the register that controls PLL overvoltage (and waking up from S3 is NOT a "POST" routine).
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That made me ask: Why call it PLL overvoltage? :S
It manages to boot with at least 59x99 on DICE. H20 is no-go.

Im not afraid to toast this chip. We WILL run more DICE rounds. But whenever they lift the vcore bios limit.

We only used 1 DIMM though.
However. I've posted everything the trolls Said was BS. So I'm actually done here. smile.gif
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post #17 of 57
hehe up the block and decrease the multi.. and tweak ur windows and run some PI scores smile.gif
post #18 of 57
I think i could beat that biggrin.gif
my 2500k can do 5ghz @ 1.38v
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post #19 of 57
What is the purpose of this? No stability testing, running on one core. Out of all of your threads I've seen I don't believe I've found one yet that has stable anything supported with proof over an substantial period of time.
Edited by Doogiehouser - 5/10/11 at 3:39am
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tbh no purpose except 59x multi is quite impressive since most are around 57x limited.. other then that nothing smile.gif
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