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I ran 1.375v core @ 4.0ghz as a six core and passed 30 runs of IBT. Later that day I BSOD's with a 0x124.
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why so much vcore to run 4.0ghz in x4.. i am only pushing 1.385v...
I run 4.2ghz at 1.48(load), but I know that not all chips will do 4.2 and so 4GHz and 1.48v can give a decent estimate.

I can do 4ghz at 1.38, but for some dumb reason I run extra 200MHz just to make my epeen bigger.
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LOL! than you have good chip? is that vcore prime stable? no blu screens or PC freez?
prime stable for 8 hrs, and i have ran many bench's, and play a ton of games, 2 that are extremely cpu intensive. haven't had an issue yet.
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prime stable for 8 hrs, and i have ran many bench's, and play a ton of games, 2 that are extremely cpu intensive. haven't had an issue yet.

lucky one biggrin.gif
post #1535 of 2790
An X4 at 4.0GHz is around 130W. Remember guys ambient temps play a role in voltage required. I can run 4.0GHz as an X6 at 1.4v all day long as long as ambients are around 20c. At 24c, it takes 1.42v.
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Thanks rdr09 ... I've decided on the Hper 212 EVO! , maybe get another fan too further down the line somwhere .. lets see how we go!
Thanks for the advice re. the vcore too , gonna do some reading for sure!!

hey pikey look into the hyper 212 + . Ive read in certain articles, (i forget the link) that say the 212+ is slightly better than the evo, and also cheaper. i found my for 20 bucks off of compusa.com .. I got my 960T OC to 3.9, idles at 34-35, under load goes to about 44-45 . When i had it at 4.0 both ranges went up by about 3 degrees C.
Also, there are some threads here on OCN that talk about which is better: push, pull, or push/pull. Apperantly in most of their tests, pull is better than push and push/pull. ill find the link and and post it later. But i did try all three out myself, and pull is the best one so far at least with the fan i use on it. It wasnt a huge difference between the three, maybe about like a 2-3 degree difference, but pull was the best one.
post #1537 of 2790
Well ambient temps have ramped up here from mid teens to late 20's and my overclock is still rock solid and stable even though idle is 40'C now instead of 32'C!

4GHz, x6 cores, 1.37v.

Great chip. biggrin.gif
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my highest cine so far . . .

351

i was shooting for 8 but prolly next time.
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A friend of mine installed an h100 on his 960T. At first the h100 didnt power on and just made some weird noise, we though that the fans just didnt need to be on because it wasnt hot enough. Then I opened up Core Temp and realized it was running at 95C, but somehow didnt crash...I unpluged it immediately though. I dont think there was any permanent damage to it. We got the h100 to work a little later on. Hes running with 4 cores at 4.2 Ghz with 1.55 voltage (probably from what Im seeing here can go lower, Im gonna talk to him about it later on), but he tested it for 4 hours with prime 95 and the max temp was only 33C. I think he might actually be able to hit 5Ghz... Has anyone here with an h100 tried it? And as long as it gets good temperatures is it okay to keep it on 5Ghz all the time?

Edit:Forgot to mention we were able to unlock it to 6 cores, but we couldn't see the temperatures, and he doesnt really need 6 cores, so we just kept it at 4.
    
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A friend of mine installed an h100 on his 960T. At first the h100 didnt power on and just made some weird noise, we though that the fans just didnt need to be on because it wasnt hot enough. Then I opened up Core Temp and realized it was running at 95C, but somehow didnt crash...I unpluged it immediately though. I dont think there was any permanent damage to it. We got the h100 to work a little later on. Hes running with 4 cores at 4.2 Ghz with 1.55 voltage (probably from what Im seeing here can go lower, Im gonna talk to him about it later on), but he tested it for 4 hours with prime 95 and the max temp was only 33C. I think he might actually be able to hit 5Ghz... Has anyone here with an h100 tried it? And as long as it gets good temperatures is it okay to keep it on 5Ghz all the time?
Edit:Forgot to mention we were able to unlock it to 6 cores, but we couldn't see the temperatures, and he doesnt really need 6 cores, so we just kept it at 4.

that be interesting to find out if it is possible. I know from what ive read the average core speed is usually around 4.0-4.2 ... highest i think ive seen is 4.5ghz on x6. 4.6ghz on x4. I really dont know how high the chip can go though. Regardless, 4.5ghz on a chip that is 3.0 stock is pretty freakin sweet.
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