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The results of overclocking my i7-2600k with various cooling and super pi.

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Stock Fan Max Temps:
3.4 GHZ: 75 C
4.0 GHZ: 94 C (LOL!)

XIGMATEK Gaia SD1283 Max Temps:
4.0 GHZ: 67 C
4.4 GHZ: 71 C

Water Cooling Setup Max Temps:
4.7 GHZ: 62 C
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Stock Super Pi:
1M: 010.120s
2M: 022.400s
4M: 051.230s
8M: 123.604s

4.7 GHZ Super Pi:
1M: 07.990s
2M: 18.000s
4M: 41.430s
8M: 92.631s

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But no matter what I try, I can't get stable at 4.8ghz. I haven't tinkered with the bCLK yet though.

Stable prime 95 for 5H30M with zero errors. Instead of using fixed voltage, I used voltage offset +0.06V.
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I know that some people have reported issues with the Z68 chipset and going 4.8 and beyond. I know that with a P67 board the sky (and voltage) are the limit and I personally was at 4.9 with my 2500k @61c & 1.4105v. After 4.5 there isn't much of a performance boost and may only damage your chip over time with the higher voltages.

What was you voltage at under full load with prime95?

I would try to offset voltage by +.025 that might make things a little more stable and I would recommend leaving the Blck freq. @100mz
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I'm very new to this forum and to overclocking but i managed to get a stable 4.8Hhz on my gigabyte z68x

My experience as sensitive settings:

Dynamic Vcore DVID +0.135v
QPI/VTT 1.085v

bCLK 1002

Hope this helps
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