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5001 Mhz prime95 stable on air cooling for over 8 hours!

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Hi all!
Small steps...lol but got it!
Not to sure where to submit for 5 Ghz on air club, but I have linked screenshots, picture of setup showing air cooled, and cpu-z validation. For the time duration proof, Real temp has built in timer showing over 8 hours running prime95 stable for full load on cpu in screenshot. Prime 95 indicates when torture test started, and windows clock shows present time as well. Started Prime 95 at 1:54 am, when things appeared stable, and I went to bed, letting the setup do its thing. Now 10:00 am and all went well.
Setup is asus P8z68 v pro gen 3 mobo with i7 2700k cpu. Cpu cooler is Thermaltake Frio Ock.
This effort is my home build with first ever attempt at overclocking - why I chose "Noobster" lol as nickname.
I have to thank this forum, and several people in this forum for inputs to achieving this sucess, and asus for making overclocking so user friendly.....thumb.gif

screenshot link
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cpuz validation
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2305277

photo of system (cellphone pic not great quality mad.gif )
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Regards! Noobster biggrin.gif
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Just so you know, Prime shows you stressed for 8 hours, but CPU-Z shows 1.6Ghz. tongue.gif

But if you got that kind of OC at those volts, congrats! thumb.gif
 
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vcore suggest you have done great. Just turn off power saving feature in BIOS. tongue.gif
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I took screenshot just post test,, I will add screenshot from during test...
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sorry for the wrong pic in post....
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nice thumb.gif

well done sir!
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Hey,
Still new to this...I will repeat torture test again tonight...and include cpuz validation under load, as well as oc nickname in screenshot... now I see the requirement to be in the 5 Ghz group is 12 hours prime stable.......and just so I know - what would be the benefit of turning off the power saving feature in bios? - please?
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with big overclocking you want to turn most features off, as to the why i dont know, My CPU has been running stock for a while and I forgot everything about how to overclock BCLK after only 1 year lol
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vcore suggest you have done great. Just turn off power saving feature in BIOS. tongue.gif

Wrong. No point running your cpu at that speed with those volts when it's not needed.
 
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with big overclocking you want to turn most features off, as to the why i dont know, My CPU has been running stock for a while and I forgot everything about how to overclock BCLK after only 1 year lol


Well, since hes on air I wouldn't really advise running that type of overclock without some of the power saving features on.. I run a 5Ghz overclock and I always leave the power saving features on so that way if I'm not doing anything or it's not a stressful task, my CPU can downclock and drop the voltage so my chip can breathe, but at the same time not bake itself. :P



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Wrong. No point running your cpu at that speed with those volts when it's not needed.


When you say that, do you mean just small tasks/idling? Or just running it at that speed in general? Because I'd say that half the community doesn't need their chips running at such a high clock if just gaming or whatever but still do anyway. I really don't need 5Ghz but I have it up there anyway because I can, and it's stable.

 

But if you were referring to when idling or doing small tasks then I agree with you 100%. thumb.gif

 
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Well, since hes on air I wouldn't really advise running that type of overclock without some of the power saving features on.. I run a 5Ghz overclock and I always leave the power saving features on so that way if I'm not doing anything or it's not a stressful task, my CPU can downclock and drop the voltage so my chip can breathe, but at the same time not bake itself. tongue.gif


When you say that, do you mean just small tasks/idling? Or just running it at that speed in general? Because I'd say that half the community doesn't need their chips running at such a high clock if just gaming or whatever but still do anyway. I really don't need 5Ghz but I have it up there anyway because I can, and it's stable.

But if you were referring to when idling or doing small tasks then I agree with you 100%. thumb.gif

Of course I mean the later. I'm running at 5ghz myself. LOL thumb.gif
 
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