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Is 5GHz Realistic for my setup?

post #1 of 7
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I have attempted it multiple times in the past but never got close to stable.
I am currently at:
4.6 GHz
x20 Multiplier
230 MHz Bus
1.35 V
32C Idle Temp
39-42C Load Temp

I don't really need to be 5GHz but i thought, hey, why not.
What do you all think?

EDIT: This is for my Sig Rig BTW.
Edited by AstralReaper - 2/29/12 at 10:09pm
post #2 of 7
It's possible but not likely 5ghz real hard.
post #3 of 7
i can do 4.6ghz prime95 max, but after that i only use aida64 to stress test.

ATM i'm at 4.9ghz 1.475v and 1.325v cpu/nb @2ghz. 3hrs in.
post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
Your real close there. I have only been able to POST at 4.9GHz but it was unstable and crashed on me. 5GHz I haven't been able to POST with yet.
post #5 of 7
just up the voltages.
you'll need 1.45v or 1.4 to post.
post #6 of 7
I think you'll need better cooling to get stable at 5GHz.
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What voltage are you using to get to 4.6ghz? It definitely is possible for the 4100, I myself can get to 5ghz but the temps get out of hand, my little 212+ can't handle it, when i make the move to a high end air cooler or water loop I will go for a 24/7 5ghz OC. BTW why don't you just try OC'ing with the cpu-multiplier, I never got why people use the FSB to overclock an unlocked cpu...but that's just me.
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