Originally Posted by Storval
Mad you really are MAD!! 1.6 VCore, holly smoking Joe. I hope that chip hangs in there, that much voltage cant be good for longevity, I hope you have a spare. Who knows you might be the first to hit 5.2 with out Dry Ice;)
Ive been overvolting my crap for awhile now I don't care much about longevity
As long as I have spares to keep going , Its all good
Plus dice is a waste of time unless you wanna go for crap like this.......5432.17 MHz.....That's my personal best and a few dudes have tried to beat it .... they are in cpu heaven now
Originally Posted by X79Extreme7UK
Don't worry, Madman has got a 3820 tree in his garden
and pineapples too
This bloke here has best stable 3820 5.2Ghz @ 1.464vcore p95 stable no dry ice
Originally Posted by Rbby258
i can do 5250mhz at 1.58v i use it for benching, here's a 5150mhz screeny that i have on hand
also one of the ram sticks wasn't in fully as i was switching ram in and out and failed
Your clocks have always been awesome keep it up
screener looks good You really should try priming that 5150 for a better comparison to mine
Originally Posted by airisom2
As long as you have a good cooler, then it should be alright. 1.4v is considered the max safe voltage on air/closed loop cooling for SB-E.
My 3820 runs stable firstname.lastname@example.org offset and email@example.com offset. I could probably trim the voltages down in .005v increments, but it's fine where it's at.
Maybe you guys can help me out. When I try to get it up to 4.9 onwards, it'll post, but it won't load the os for some reason. It'll just show that cursor blinking in the top left. Why is that?
Sounds like to me you need to change your boot priority for your drive maybe Boot> hardrive bbs priorities and select the right disc and check advanced settings > sata config > sata , raid only run raid if you got it .If this helps you you know what you need to do Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 1/26/13 at 3:47pm