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post #1171 of 2790
Above is an example of tight timings set at 667mhz in bios and overclocked w fsb. Have gotten to 1828 set at 800mhz in bios. 9-9-9-24-1t
    
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The sweet smell of success:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2331754

6 cores unlocked. biggrin.gif
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I won't be in the club much longer :'( I'm going to sell my PII X4 960T and Biostar A880GZ and replace it with my outgoing Core i5 2500K and ASRock P67 Extreme4 smile.gif It'll put out higher PPD while using less power and be more than enough for server/minecraft duties.
    
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3.8GHz, 6 cores, STOCK volts:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2331788

I've got to go out now but tomorrow it looks like 4GHz is easily on the cards.
post #1175 of 2790
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3.8GHz, 6 cores, STOCK volts:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2331788
I've got to go out now but tomorrow it looks like 4GHz is easily on the cards.
If that's stable then nice smile.gif
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I won't be in the club much longer :'( I'm going to sell my PII X4 960T and Biostar A880GZ and replace it with my outgoing Core i5 2500K and ASRock P67 Extreme4 smile.gif It'll put out higher PPD while using less power and be more than enough for server/minecraft duties.

Micro Center had 2600K's for $200 yesterday, unfortunately I am 70 miles from the closest one or I would be setting up a new system today also.
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Micro Center had 2600K's for $200 yesterday, unfortunately I am 70 miles from the closest one or I would be setting up a new system today also.

Yes, I know about the MC sale. I already have the 2500K and P67 board (Since Mar 2011 smile.gif), it's not worth the drive to pick up a 2600K. I'm about 65 miles away from MC. I pair my trips there with IKEA visits.
    
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I just got a H60 for my Zosma! First time with any liquid cooling solution. Im trying to figure out how to edit my rig. haha. Anyone I cant sell anything on here yet. But this is my posting for my old cooler. I would give people on here a discount. This site is very informative.

http://charleston.craigslist.org/sys/2958602364.html
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It was a dirty OC, just wanted to see if this chip could even get to those speeds with 6 cores, and it happily can, but that's some really high voltage there haha.

Going to mess with voltages now, see if I can lower them a bit, and temps, cutting it REALLY close (TMPIN1 reads 53c, and it's usually 2-3c higher then what my actual cores say when I'm not unlocked, so I'll assume 50c).

Also, voltage was at 1.392v before the stress test, and fluctuated between 1.424v and 1.440v. Forget what does that exactly.
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post #1180 of 2790
What is ultimately more important, a high clock speed or a higher NB/HT speed?

The reason I ask at 3,8GHz stock volts by changing ONLY the multiplier my temps are in the low 30's.

However if I up my NB/HT to 2.9GHz, bus to 240MHz (no additional volts) and leave the CPU at 3.5GHz my temps jump to 40'c CPU and 45'C on voltage cores.
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