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For you guys in the know, if I was on LN2\\Dice would I be able to get higher than this:



- PLL overvoltage enabled
- C-states disabled + IEST
- 1.67v core
- 55x multi
- 2 cores disabled

I was able to boot in windows for 5 minutes until it crashed.

So I'm wondering is that really my max multi, can I get a higher multi if I was frozen?
post #2 of 6
5.5ghz damn dude thats nice! defo need to try and get that high when I get my 2500k,

You may be able to get a higher multi if its chilled it will defo help alot, but 41oc at that speed is very nice you got the perfect set up!
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You might want to pull it a bit, wedge it in more to get it higher.
Heehee
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Ln2/DICE will help the chip stay happy & live longer when cranking up the voltage, but with sandy bridge freezing the chip does nothing for higher clocks. The max multi is the max & nothing will make it go higher.
    
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Originally Posted by qUAan View Post
You might want to pull it a bit, wedge it in more to get it higher.
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post
Ln2/DICE will help the chip stay happy & live longer when cranking up the voltage, but with sandy bridge freezing the chip does nothing for higher clocks. The max multi is the max & nothing will make it go higher.
ahh, I'll just wave a free 2500k around for those that can find me a good chip with a high multi then

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Originally Posted by ryanbob1234 View Post
5.5ghz damn dude thats nice! defo need to try and get that high when I get my 2500k,

You may be able to get a higher multi if its chilled it will defo help alot, but 41oc at that speed is very nice you got the perfect set up!
I wont rest until I get a 55x or more
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You can try raising the bus, with a good board you might get to 6 Ghz.
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