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Poll Results: How fast do you run you're Sandy 2500K/2600K for 24/7?

Poll expired: Jun 30, 2011  
  • 8% (27)
    I keep mine at Stock
  • 7% (24)
    4.0 - 4.2GHz range..
  • 36% (113)
    4.3 - 4.5GHz range
  • 22% (69)
    4.6 - 4.8GHz range
  • 24% (77)
    4.8 - 5.0GHz + range
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post #131 of 162
4.8 @ 1.34v on my 2600k
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post #132 of 162
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Originally Posted by Mithrandir8 View Post
4.8 @ 1.34v on my 2600k
nice chip. You can probably do 5ghz @ 1.4v
    
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post #133 of 162
5ghz @ 1.38v for the 2500k

5ghz @ 1.416 for the 2600k
post #134 of 162
Just started to tune mine

4.2 at 1.27v
Im happy with the performance of the chipset and just trying to get the volts down.

Does the i5 2500k have similar volt requirements to the i7 2600k? I see some others getting 4.7 onsame voltage as mine, keen to drop mine further

Also, does anyone else have what appears to be funny temp readings from new z68 boards? Mine jumps around heaps and it seems like i am getting board temp raher then core temp
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post #135 of 162
2600k
1.310v for 4.5ghz
1.435v for 4.8ghz

Can do 5ghz, but needs no less than 1.5v, hopefully the 2600k i get in the fall will be better voltage wise.
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post #136 of 162
5.1 @ 1.47v, will run it till it dies then just get another
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post #137 of 162
4.8 @ 1.41v, 2500K
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post #138 of 162
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kmac_17 View Post
Just started to tune mine

4.2 at 1.27v
Im happy with the performance of the chipset and just trying to get the volts down.

Does the i5 2500k have similar volt requirements to the i7 2600k? I see some others getting 4.7 onsame voltage as mine, keen to drop mine further

Also, does anyone else have what appears to be funny temp readings from new z68 boards? Mine jumps around heaps and it seems like i am getting board temp raher then core temp
Have it down to 4.2 @ 1.24v stable so far
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post #139 of 162
I've only overclocked my 2500k to 3.5GHz which is at 1.248 auto voltage. I could probably go lower but I don't have time at the moment to mess with voltages myself.

Any tips on going higher? I only get to 50C fully loaded at 3.5GHz oh I love my NH-D14
    
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post #140 of 162
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Originally Posted by JacobKay97 View Post
I've only overclocked my 2500k to 3.5GHz which is at 1.248 auto voltage. I could probably go lower but I don't have time at the moment to mess with voltages myself.

Any tips on going higher? I only get to 50C fully loaded at 3.5GHz oh I love my NH-D14
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