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NICE AVATAR, PwrElec! Shaw rules smile.gif
I just dont get why you lads keep posting this ULTRA high resolution screenhots. I dont even have the diskspace to save such a screenshot biggrin.gif
And lol, my OC is still the highest air OC - doesn`t that qualify for a cookie?

haha... its actually timmy time biggrin.gif
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Should have ninjaed myself. Typo at Shawn and it is now shaw...what a bad day.
And no need to be sorry, I just dont like or see the need for these huge screenies.
Maybe the rest of the world likes them. Maybe I am the lonly sheep cough wolf.
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What kind of average voltage have you guys seen on water to get 5 GHz plus out of your chips? Currently running 1.49v for 5.0 GHz, I wonder if I can get 5.1 to 5.2 GHz staying at or under 1.52v on my 3960X.
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What kind of average voltage have you guys seen on water to get 5 GHz plus out of your chips? Currently running 1.49v for 5.0 GHz, I wonder if I can get 5.1 to 5.2 GHz staying at or under 1.52v on my 3960X.

You really shouldn't go over 1.4v max. 1.52v might be fine for SB chips, probably not, but for SB-E, 1.4v is the limit by the experts.

1.49-1.5v seems to be the average for 5GHz SB-E.
    
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You really shouldn't go over 1.4v max. 1.52v might be fine for SB chips, probably not, but for SB-E, 1.4v is the limit by the experts.
1.49-1.5v seems to be the average for 5GHz SB-E.

Ya, I think I have a decent 3960X doing 5 GHz IBT stable at 1.49v. I will be getting the $35 Intel overclock warranty which is a good deal IMO for a $1000 chip. I have a great water cooling setup and at 5 GHz the chip idles at 29 C and under game loads only 40'-50's C. I should be able to use 1.5v to 1.55v with not much problem at these temps and get somewhere in the 5.1-5.3 GHz range. That 1.4v is for a long time CPU limit under air cooling. I will have this chip at most 1 year until IB-E comes out plus with the warranty I am not to worried about the chip. I have highly overclocked/over-volted CPU's my entire life and haven'g had a single one fail yet. My 2700k has been running flawlessly now for many months at 1.52v on air cooler at 5.2 GHz.
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Ya, I think I have a decent 3960X doing 5 GHz IBT stable at 1.49v. I will be getting the $35 Intel overclock warranty which is a good deal IMO for a $1000 chip. I have a great water cooling setup and at 5 GHz the chip idles at 29 C and under game loads only 40'-50's C. I should be able to use 1.5v to 1.55v with not much problem at these temps and get somewhere in the 5.1-5.3 GHz range. That 1.4v is for a long time CPU limit under air cooling. I will have this chip at most 1 year until IB-E comes out plus with the warranty I am not to worried about the chip. I have highly overclocked/over-volted CPU's my entire life and haven'g had a single one fail yet. My 2700k has been running flawlessly now for many months at 1.52v on air cooler at 5.2 GHz.

All I can say is be careful with that much voltage, i have read your logs and even if your running your sub zero cooler i would not expect that chip to last more than 8-9Months, I had a lightweight 3930k that fried after just a few months at 4.5GHz with 1.36V driving it so like i said be careful with it.
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It's not so much temps as it is the overall current that goes through the chip.
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All I can say is be careful with that much voltage, i have read your logs and even if your running your sub zero cooler i would not expect that chip to last more than 8-9Months, I had a lightweight 3930k that fried after just a few months at 4.5GHz with 1.36V driving it so like i said be careful with it.
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It's not so much temps as it is the overall current that goes through the chip.



Yep, these chips aren't tanks like chips past. Fragile little buggers!tongue.gif
    
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4.875GHz Stable on a 3820.....

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I can hit well over 5GHz bootable but what's the point if it just fails when running IBT or P95?

Quick Update..
4.8Ghz stable with GSkill's quoted top RAM speed @ 2133MHz (9-11-10-2-28-2)

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On the second one I put the multi up to max (42 on the 3820) but lowered the base clock. Are there any differences between doing (for example) 40x100mHz versus 32x125mHz? Both are 4Ghz but different ways to get them??
Edited by estebanrey - 4/11/12 at 12:50am
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^^^^

Set IBT Stress Level to Maximum.

Lets see if it's stable.
    
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