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You mean this:

Your time beats his at the same speed. That is to be expected because of the different RAM speed. Why exactly do you want to see his 4.1GHz?
Proof. If Sdumper can barley manage 4.2 on phase, how can mtuccio manage 4.1 on liquid?
    
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I have never seen anyone go that high on water with a retail chip so I would like to know how he did that.

I am not concerned about performance I would expect at the same freq a chip cooled below -20c is going to run faster. That said if he is able to hit 4.1ghz on water then I would like to see exactly how he did it.

I am not trying to pick on the guy I sincerly want to know how he was able to hit 4.1ghz with that board because he he can hit that with that board and a lower multi then I should be able to go a little higher.

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Originally Posted by Sdumper
I have never seen anyone go that high on water with a retail chip so I would like to know how he did that.

I am not concerned about performance I would expect at the same freq a chip cooled below -20c is going to run faster. That said if he is able to hit 4.1ghz on water then I would like to see exactly how he did it.

I am not trying to pick on the guy I sincerly want to know how he was able to hit 4.1ghz with that board because he he can hit that with that board and a lower multi then I should be able to go a little higher.

PM me with any questions
Tonight I went back and put my corsair C4's in the rig and put the BIOS back to 0502.....With this setup, I was able to get the machine to post at 3.99GHz (444X9), but the machine failed shortly after entering into windows.

I then loaded the 0507 BIOS and left the multiplier at X9. With this multiplier, I was able to get just over 3.8 and then the stablility when to crap.

I then dropped the multiplier to x8 and was able the run the FSB to about 475 before the machine lost stability. Again just over 3.8 GHz.

I then loaded the 0614 BIOS and set the multiplier to X9. The machine appears to be completely stable up to 421. (See the SuperPI capture) After this, the chip looses stability.

sDumper, I need to apoligize for the 4.1GHz statement because I had not tried to do any testing with it when I hit it. I just booted into windows and ran CPUz and went Holy *&^%. And by the way, it was actually 4.064 GHz to be exact. Being a new build, and still in debug phase, I backed everything down since I really hadn't had a chance to burn anything in. Now that things are getting burned in, it appears as if this chip tops out at about 3.8 to 3.9 GHz. And quite Honestly, I am not going to complain about it right now.

Now, if you follow the same logic as above, the e6700 should be able the hit 4.2GHz on your phase system. I honestly don't think you will be able to get much more out of it. You really can't unlease the FSB with the high multiplier chips.

Personally, I think that if you are searching for the high FSB, then the E6400 would be the best choice for this board given the NCBB calculation. If you were able the utilize the full 600-650MHz that ASUS claims, then you should be able to hit about 5GHz with a phase system. But that is just based on theory.

Again I am sorry that the premature 4.1 GHz comment got you going, but I was shocked to see it also. I have not given up on it though..I need to correct a flow problem on the CPU block which is causing my system to run a bit hotter then I want. I know that if I can pull 8-10 C from the CPU, then I will be able to do a bit better. I also think that the memory is still holding me back...need to get me some DDR21066 or DDR1100 when they are available.

Peace Man I haven't given up on it yet though.

Below are the SuperPI's where I feel the system is completely stable....

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post #34 of 36
Out of curiosity, have you tried overclocking it with the voltage on manual? I wouldn't trust AUTO to find the "right" settings, it just finds workable settings.

Hopefully I will have my chip, video card and hard drives in a couple weeks and I can start playing with my 6700/P5B Dlx build like everyone else......there will be no picture of the case though as it will be temporary......the final home will be my entry in the case mod contest.
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IsDumper, I need to apoligize for the 4.1GHz statement because I had not tried to do any testing with it when I hit it. I just booted into windows and ran CPUz and went Holy *&^%. And by the way, it was actually 4.064 GHz to be exact. Being a new build, and still in debug phase, I backed everything down since I really hadn't had a chance to burn anything in. Now that things are getting burned in, it appears as if this chip tops out at about 3.8 to 3.9 GHz. And quite Honestly, I am not going to complain about it right now.

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No problem I booted at 4.5ghz
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Out of curiosity, have you tried overclocking it with the voltage on manual? I wouldn't trust AUTO to find the "right" settings, it just finds workable settings.

Hopefully I will have my chip, video card and hard drives in a couple weeks and I can start playing with my 6700/P5B Dlx build like everyone else......there will be no picture of the case though as it will be temporary......the final home will be my entry in the case mod contest.
I am not using AUTO anymore....I have another thread started to warn people about the automatic Vcore adjustment when using Auto.
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