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post #2251 of 9343
^^ Mhm

and personally, 75/80c in prime is way over my limit.

I like to keep my CPU around 60c
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The Hyper 212+ is roughly 4 times as loud as the NH-D14. It's a great value cooler but let's not get crazy here.
Only at full load on all cores. Like Blend For regular use and gaming, when using Silent Fan profile the CM Hyper 212+ stays at a much lower rpm. So no difference in those regards.

I get to switch 2500K with a friend who does not want to overclock anyway. So hope his is better than mine. Wish me luck
    
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What if your friend's 2500k is worse? Will you switch again?
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I get to switch 2500K with a friend who does not want to overclock anyway. So hope his is better than mine. Wish me luck
Good luck
Aaaw I wish that I could change parts with my friends, but the most powerful system that my friends has is P4
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Good luck
Aaaw I wish that I could change parts with my friends, but the most powerful system that my friends has is P4
I feel your pain. It is depressing talking about computers and/or gaming with people whose only frame of reference is their laptop with integrated graphics.
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It turned out my friend has a 2600K His P67 Sabertooth is not working right. I damaged both my USB sticks just by plugging them in his motherboard

I have his system here now. Will have to take out the motherboard. And will try his 2600K. And if it overclocks better than my 2500K, he agreed we could switch, and I pay him a little since it's a 2600K

There have just been a terror attack here in Norway. A bomb exploded in the political headquarterts in OSLO (Capital of Norway). I live far North in Norway so I'm far, far away from it. I even lost my internet a moment ago. Because of the Terror readyness here in Norway the goverment switched all resources to their use. I got internet connection back just a while ago.
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post #2257 of 9343
I get my 2nd P8P67 in today and I would like somebody to help me make sure all the settings and whatnot are correct in the BIOS. I don't want to have a repeat of the last time with the light show lol.

I won't be able to build it until tonight because I work from 2PM to 10:30 tonight so if someone can please help me, that would be great.

I just want to make sure all the BIOS settings are safe and won't cause any damage haha
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I think that using Sleep or Hibernation every single day instead of shutting down is not good for Windows (even Windows 7) because I believe it needs to be restarted once a day to avoid any weird problems.
You believe wrong. I hibernate/resume every day often for 10+ days in a row without restarting, and everything still runs great. I generally don't restart until required by drivers or other updates.
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It turned out my friend has a 2600K His P67 Sabertooth is not working right. I damaged both my USB sticks just by plugging them in his motherboard

I have his system here now. Will have to take out the motherboard. And will try his 2600K. And if it overclocks better than my 2500K, he agreed we could switch, and I pay him a little since it's a 2600K

There have just been a terror attack here in Norway. A bomb exploded in the political headquarterts in OSLO (Capital of Norway). I live far North in Norway so I'm far, far away from it. I even lost my internet a moment ago. Because of the Terror readyness here in Norway the goverment switched all resources to their use. I got internet connection back just a while ago.
Good luck.. I hope it clocks well!!

I've given up tryin to clock tried 4.8Ghz and no matter what I did it wasn't working. I even downclocked to 4.5 because is it worth pushing 1.4v for 4.7Ghz lol
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But I can set my voltage up to 1.55v with 120%?
Would putting it to 140% mean that I can get a higher stable multi boot?
My max is 51x
Using 140% means that if you use an insane voltage setting, then it will stick and that voltage will go through the CPU. Using 100% means that you can set it to that insane setting, but the board will never let the CPU use that much power.

At least that's my current understanding. It's like a limiter.


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Here is what I have found with regards to cooling and overclocking Sandybridge.

It's all about the luck of the draw. Some people can do 5GHz at 1.4v Vcore.. Others require 1.5v for 4.8GHz...

As for cooling, there is little point spending money on anything better or more expensive than a CM Hyper 212 +. Reason is this cooler will handle about 1.45v - 1.48v Vcore under load, and not go much over 80c when Blend (I don't count IBT/AVX). Also, at 1.4v Vcore it will stay below 75c. If you have a bad CPU like me, even good watercooling would not have helped me, since I had to use an insane Vcore to get to 5GHz anyway. And from what I've seen, those Corsair H50, H60, H70 and H80's are not any better VS good aircoolers.

The way I see it, the CM Hyper 212 + has the perfect performance/price ratio for Sandybridge right now. Coolers like the NH-D14 are just overkill and will not help further overclocking much, since it's all about luck of the draw with the CPU. My lapped TRUE 120 with the CM Hyper 212+ fan (Should be close to a NH-D14 stock) only helped me coping better with temps at those 1.47v - 1.5v Vcore range VS the CM Hyper 212 +. I did not get any better Blend stable overclock out of it. Since it turned out 4.8GHz will need closer to 1.49v + Vcore on my CPU.

4.7GHz in the 1.43 - 1.45v Vcore range is already tested 12 hours + Blend stable using my CM hyper 212+.

Using money on coolers like the NH-D14 is a waste of money for these CPU's, in my opinion.
This.

I was advised to get something cheap at first. That way if I ended up with an awesome overclocker, then I could get better cooling to reach my CPUs full potential. In other words, if I ended up with a crappy overclocker, then at least I didn't waste my money on the best air cooler on the market.


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You believe wrong.
That's fascinating.
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