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post #91 of 184
Hmmm it states that the DX is DX11 even though the 79xx cards are 11.1 so its a fake unless this is because CPU-Z dosent show unreleased software.
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post #92 of 184
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Originally Posted by computerparts View Post

That's on dice. Probably won't oc much better than current SB on air/water.

Uhh, 7ghz on Dice with all threads is astonishing.... I gaurantee not ONE BD will do 7ghz all cores on Dice. Not even one module..

Ivy just needs Helium now, depending on if still cold bugged or not confused.gif
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post #93 of 184
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Oh wow, can't believe how many people here are complaining.
Once you understand processor design, pipelining, silicon limits, bus thresholds, skew times, etc then you will see why this is indeed impressive.
LN2 is important. Not just for benching records. Don't bash it if you don't understand. Just move along.
I can't speak for anyone else, but I am not "complaining" or "bashing". I am offering my opinion, and my opinion is that while it's nice, I'm more interested in, and awaiting, glimpses of potential practical overclocking results. Nothing more and nothing less.
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Uhh, 7ghz on Dice with all threads is astonishing.... I gaurantee not ONE BD will do 7ghz all cores on Dice. Not even one module..
Ivy just needs Helium now, depending on if still cold bugged or not confused.gif

It actually did 7.2 on all 8 cores tonguesmiley.gif
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it just blows my mind that you can pump so much juice through 22nm devil.gif
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post #96 of 184
It'll OC slightly better. I see 4.8ghz being the "norm" round here opposed to 4.6 ghz. 5.0 for extreme air cooled and prewatercooled, Luck is everything else after that with watercoolers who want to push it for epeens sake.
    
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Originally Posted by Polymerabbit View Post

I'd laugh if Ivy Bridge breaks Bulldozer's clock speed record tongue.gif
EDIT: Is 63x the max multi?
Yes, 63x is the max multiplyer for Ivy Bridge. But the FSB is only at 112mhz according to the validation. You should still be able to do 63 x 150 (9450mhz) if you could ever reach that high.
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post

it just blows my mind that you can pump so much juice through 22nm devil.gif
Thanks Steve
I think this shows that Ivy Bridge will be capable of taking some serious juice. I made a premonition of 5.0ghz to be the norm a while ago for Ivy and everyone called me crazy. rolleyes.gif
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post #98 of 184
Regardless of the cooling, all threads this high is impressive, it may not be earth shattering, but it's still impressive.

But here's the thing: LN2/Dice is not what the normal consumer is going to use. Water/Air is. This bench is impressive, but impractical because no one will 24/7 LN2. Who has the patience/cash?

It looks good, but not many are going to attain these kinds of boosts.

That being said, consider that if it gets this high on above average cooling, consider how it'll do on average cooling. BD had probably met it's match. Again, I'd buy, but no money :S
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I am sorry but extreme OC matters much more than any other type of overclocking. It is the only type of OC that gets motherboard maker's attention, they don't hire the OCers who have the highest stable air/water OC, nor do they sponsor those does have the highest stable air/water OC. They also don't put in features for those who just water/air OC. Sure those switches for disabling PCi-E slots are great for watercoolers, but they are really designed for LN2 OCing, as it really is a PITA to short pins and remove already mounted GPUs. The OC-Key ASUs just brought out, subzero sense, OC Touch feature of gigabyte, POST code display(granted this does have other practical uses, but really more used by LN2), power/reset/clear CMOS, dual BIOSes, 8+ phase VRMs, and basically every other OC feature are there because of LN2 OCing. There is no reason to go above and beyond Intel spec when it comes to VRMs, but they do b/c of extreme OC. board makers think that by marketing their features to the extreme OCers they will get normal OCers to buy those products, and what do you know, they do.
Why do they only focus on extreme OC? Because first off all Extreme OC offers many benefits to their entire product lineup:
#1 you cannot properly push a board, and find out its core issues until you take it subzero, at that point you are stressing everything, and testing signal integrity, testing power delivery, testing reliability in ways you could never do on air/water.
#2 because having a board like the X58A-OC or Rampage 4 Extreme makes your entire product lineup look great, it also makes people who really know the technology appreciate that company for focusing on such a niche community, and reviewers love that kind of stuff.
#2 What is the practicality of it? ?
Answer: Considering how much components are pushed, how far the CPu frequency is increased they are able to push the product to the max and find those weaknesses in the design.
So why do most people who do it, do it?
It is very fun, and it is very entertaining.
However can I ask you something, if your CPu can safely run at 4.5ghz-5ghz 24/76 why didn't Intel just sell it that way? Maybe some practical reason?
Give Ln2 and DICE OCing some respect, this community wouldn't be close to as exciting, interesting, and entertaining without it.
Exactly! Manufactures want to know what the threshold it so they can try and go beyond that with the next generation.
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+ REP
really nailed it man, just as everyone else feels that this oc is impractical, things are reversed for me, getting that last mhz, second, mark whatever is where it is at for me.
I mean sure everyone has a daily stable rig, but nothing compares to extreme oc'ing under phase/DICE/LN2 and if more people tried it out on here I am sure they too would see the addiction that ensues shortly thereafter:D
thumb.gif I have a daily rig at 4.4 GHz but have others to play with on LN2. A lot of times I will be pushing on LN2 and find out something about my hardware that helps me tweak my 24/7 rig.
Plus learning how to do different benchmarks help you understand what works and what doesn't when tweaking hardware to the max.
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Damn nearly 1.9v. Surprised this survived!
I think these tests are kind of dumb. I agree it is impressive seeing such a high frequency but really? It's only a CPU-z submission. Same for bulldozer every one were saying "this is useless why even mention it?"
Unless this is something achievable air/water, then I will be interested. Otherwise, I can't understand what's the point of "extreme" cooling beside pushing to its limit the hardware.
This is debatable, I don't want you to agree but I wouldn't take this seriously aka FailDozer 8GHz O my gawd?!
All I hope is seeing how good it does on water/air not on dice/LN2...

If your not interested, move along. High clocks on LN2 or DICE can give you a real good idea of what the 24/7 clocks will look like.
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I can't understand what's the point of "extreme" cooling beside pushing to its limit the hardware.
That is the point, to push it to the extreme limits and it's fun. I like to explain it like this, "What is the point of drag racing?" To go as fast as you can! Will you drive the dragster to the grocery store? No, but it's still fun.
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1.896V!!!!
Did I read that correctly?

Huge massive HOLY CRAP


Not even Bulldozers are able to take that much O_O


But once again, the question is: What is real world overclockability?
   
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