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post #1 of 12
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Title says it all.

What kind of clock speeds are we looking at for a sandy bridge cpu while under a custom water loop?

I only ask because it's a platform i will upgrade to at some point in the future and i'd just like to know what kind of frequencies are obtainable using my custom loop

All replies much appreciated.
post #2 of 12
from the countless amounts of SB chips i've seen on this site, i'd say 4.8
the people that hit 5.0 usually have something extra to assist in cooling
post #3 of 12
Stable OC and just OC are two different thing, though.
Go check out "[Official] The Sandy Stable Club - POST YOUR 24/7 **inc Detailed Spreadsheet" thread.
(click my sig down there)
It shows you a spread sheet with clock, voltage, cooling, etc.

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Originally Posted by Tunagoblin View Post
Stable OC and just OC are two different thing, though.
Go check out "[Official] The Sandy Stable Club - POST YOUR 24/7 **inc Detailed Spreadsheet" thread.
(click my sig down there)
It shows you a spread sheet with clock, voltage, cooling, etc.

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I guess I was too late on that one lol

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With mine, the problem is more voltages than temperatures. The temps are about the same when I try 5 GHz, but vcore is too high for my liking.
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With mine, the problem is more voltages than temperatures. The temps are about the same when I try 5 GHz, but vcore is too high for my liking.
More voltage = more heat (100% of time)

If it's the same temp for OC to 5.0 then you are system is something wrong or you haven't done proper stress testing.
But anyway, it's off topic.....
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More voltage = more heat (100% of time)

If it's the same temp for OC to 5.0 then you are system is something wrong or you haven't done proper stress testing.
But anyway, it's off topic.....
I think he means that he is fine with the temps at 5.0 (like I am, I just don't like having to put 1.4 through my chip)

That sentiment is one I think you will find a lto around here, my temps at mid 60's and only go up to ~70 when I'm at 5 or 5.1 but I am not comfortable with the drastic increase in voltage required.
post #8 of 12
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I think he means that he is fine with the temps at 5.0 (like I am, I just don't like having to put 1.4 through my chip)

That sentiment is one I think you will find a lto around here, my temps at mid 60's and only go up to ~70 when I'm at 5 or 5.1 but I am not comfortable with the drastic increase in voltage required.
What stress testing do you use to get so low temp at 5.1GHz with air cooling?
Can you run IBT/LinX wAVX on that? If so how much score do you get?
I can only run up to 1024MB ram tested and gets about 119GFlops and temp goes up to 93c.
I can run Prime fine but I can't run linX.
This is the reason why I don't run 5.0 GHz 24/7.
Since you have the same cooler so I'm wondering how you can get 20c less temp than mine at 5.0GHz.
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IBT is better, it can stress ALL of your RAM like prime, but doesn't need as much time to find instability, IME (in my experience)
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IBT is better, it can stress ALL of your RAM like prime, but doesn't need as much time to find instability, IME (in my experience)
That isn't the issue here.
It doesn't matter whether he uses IBT or LinX.
As long as AVX is enabled and show the GFlops score.
It just shows the CPU is working as it should be or not.
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