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All you chip are belong to... Er... where am I going with this?

Anyway, as stated by everyone else here, check the internet (or this forum) for people with the same chip, find their experiences and don't just bump the vCore to get you're overclock.. It's more harm than it's worth.. And ask yourself, do you really need to run that OC all day everyday, or is there a lower clock that would suit your needs but still provide you with enough headroom if needed?
 
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post #32 of 52
The OP left the discussion. Hey wrote bye. Of course it is strange to run a chip with killer voltages but i thought we should be nice to each other. This guy made 3 posts and maybe left the forum forever. Nice work lads.
I helped people here that asked what a FSB is. Others here help with some very "silly" questions.
Why you flame this guy that hard?

If you would have posted some guides how to overclock and show him where he can research (a.k.a homework) this would have been friendly.
Very sad...
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Originally Posted by Mr.Eiht View Post
The OP left the discussion. Hey wrote bye. Of course it is strange to run a chip with killer voltages but i thought we should be nice to each other. This guy made 3 posts and maybe left the forum forever. Nice work lads.
I helped people here that asked what a FSB is. Others here help with some very "silly" questions.
Why you flame this guy that hard?

If you would have posted some guides how to overclock and show him where he can research (a.k.a homework) this would have been friendly.
Very sad...
Actually, we did. His first thread was deleted after he refused our help, was rude to our members, and then suggested that Overclock.net should be closed because it puts systems at risk. Half the people there were convinced it was a troll thread.

He was running 1.6v through his CPU for three months. His chip was beyond help
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Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post
Agreed. Try using a maximum of 1.25-1.275v vcore to see how far you go with your new chip.

BTW

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s...d.php?t=636072

this guy used 1.264v for 4.0GHzm si 1.25-1.275 is in the ball park for 4.0GHz. Start with low voltage, test, if unstable, up voltages, test, rinse repeat.

Also an overclocking guide for your processor:

http://www.overclockers.com/updated-...ocking-guides/
In case the OP comes back...

My i3 runs @ 4.1 GHz with 1.3v. Unless you're doing some extreme benches (LN2/DICE), truly high OC's on damned good air/true water (like 4.8 GHz), or a suicide run, you should not be even getting near 1.4v vcore, much less 1.45v which is the max for this chip.

I killed my first OC CPU, but it was a northwood, and i didn't knew of the sudden northwood death syndrome while feeding it 1.75w to run it at 3.9 GHz even tho i did knew a bit of voltages, so you're not alone. That thing was formidable (running a first batch P4 HT at almost 4 GHz when there were barely no dual core processors...) but it lasted like 3 months too.

You gotta be patient to OC as the people here have said. I took like a week (along with work/college/gf/misc RL stuff in the middle) to fully OC and deem stable my i3 (benches included) but it's worth it
   
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In case the OP comes back...

My i3 runs @ 4.1 GHz with 1.3v. Unless you're doing some extreme benches (LN2/DICE), truly high OC's on damned good air/true water (like 4.8 GHz), or a suicide run, you should not be even getting near 1.4v vcore, much less 1.45v which is the max for this chip.

I killed my first OC CPU, but it was a northwood, and i didn't knew of the sudden northwood death syndrome while feeding it 1.75w to run it at 3.9 GHz even tho i did knew a bit of voltages, so you're not alone. That thing was formidable (running a first batch P4 HT at almost 4 GHz when there were barely no dual core processors...) but it lasted like 3 months too.

You gotta be patient to OC as the people here have said. I took like a week (along with work/college/gf/misc RL stuff in the middle) to fully OC and deem stable my i3 (benches included) but it's worth it
He built his system and randomly overclocked his CPU with 1.6v after a friend advised him to do it. I think it's safe to say that his chip is unusable and he shouldn't be overclocking with his new one.
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He built his system and randomly overclocked his CPU with 1.6v after a friend advised him to do it. I think it's safe to say that his chip is unusable and he shouldn't be overclocking with his new one.
Well, one of my mottos is "to learn you must break". I just hope OP learns (a $100 lesson or so, dunno i3's prices over there) to investigate before doing anything.

I've burned like 3 computers to get where i am (last one got burned 4 years ago)
   
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Originally Posted by Starbomba View Post
In case the OP comes back...

My i3 runs @ 4.1 GHz with 1.3v. Unless you're doing some extreme benches (LN2/DICE), truly high OC's on damned good air/true water (like 4.8 GHz), or a suicide run, you should not be even getting near 1.4v vcore, much less 1.45v which is the max for this chip.

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You gotta be patient to OC as the people here have said. I took like a week (along with work/college/gf/misc RL stuff in the middle) to fully OC and deem stable my i3 (benches included) but it's worth it

Hi, I thought I'd say I'm the unlucky owner of a chip that won't do 4.2 on less than 1.4V since day one so not every chip is as good as you think.

That said, I've left it on less than 1.45V for its entire life, excluding finding my max stable speed and a 5GHz benching session, to keep it intact for a reasonable amount of time.

I was also comfortable with the idea of it dying and me buying a new chip so obviously there's a difference, if you overclock and your hardware dies you have only yourself to blame.
Had my chip died I'd have either gone without a PC or sold something in order to buy a new chip, there's no sense making Intel pay for my carelessness.
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Hi, I thought I'd say I'm the unlucky owner of a chip that won't do 4.2 on less than 1.4V since day one so not every chip is as good as you think.
And i thought mine failed for not going over 4.16 GHz stable no matter the volts...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike-IRL View Post
That said, I've left it on less than 1.45V for its entire life, excluding finding my max stable speed and a 5GHz benching session, to keep it intact for a reasonable amount of time

I was also comfortable with the idea of it dying and me buying a new chip so obviously there's a difference, if you overclock and your hardware dies you have only yourself to blame.
Had my chip died I'd have either gone without a PC or sold something in order to buy a new chip, there's no sense making Intel pay for my carelessness.
I do agree on that.
   
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pro-noob tip: When you start OC'ing, dont raise the voltage right off the bat - see how far you can get on stock voltage. Also, if its your first time OC'ing, dont bother with voltage until you really understand the whole FSB/Multi/etc. system.

I started on a celeron D, didnt even know you could over-volt, but I got 4.2ghz... with the stock heatsink
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Hi , salam aleekom


well, i am here again cause i just want to say that my CPU didn't die , i give it a shot and tried some test , here we go , i decreased my dram voltage from 1.6 to 1.35 and reset dram timing control to auto ( all of them ) and guess what !!! , i can over oclock my CPU again now im with 3.8 ghz stable , i cant believe that i post my problem and the help was ( your cpu is dead trust me , drill your cpu etc .....) it seems that this site is very poor and full of kids , anyway i fixed my problem now everything seem to be OK , i put my thread cause maybe if someone came with problem like i had then maybe he will read this thread or maybe you will not drill his cpu , salam .
Edited by smokypro - 8/10/11 at 11:26am
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