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post #11 of 19
Settle between 4 - 4.2Ghz. I doubt you would be able to get to 4.5, unless you had Liquid nitrogen.
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post #12 of 19
I'm able to get 3.9 at 1.4V but I cant get 4.0 even at 1.5V so I think I got a bad cpu.

Silicon lottery.

4.5Ghz not going to happen with water or air unless you got a real good cpu.
post #13 of 19
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I have an h70. Your absolutely right, a 300mhz boost wont really do much. I just wanted to push it to the max so that my 2x 5970s don't bottleneck. So far so good I am getting outstanding frame rates in most games.
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this is my 24/7

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post #15 of 19
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Looks good. I have 4.0ghz on 24/7 multiplier is set to 20. 95f to 130f Max. Skyrim and Crysis 2 are smooth as butter with 2x 5970s at stock speed.
I think 4ghz will do me just fine for as long as i have the 1100t. If someone makes an offer to buy my rig I will sell it for 1500$ and get a 2600k build if it's worth it by October but so far so good thumb.gif
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Looks good. I have 4.0ghz on 24/7 multiplier is set to 20. 95f to 130f Max. Skyrim and Crysis 2 are smooth as butter with 2x 5970s at stock speed.
I think 4ghz will do me just fine for as long as i have the 1100t. If someone makes an offer to buy my rig I will sell it for 1500$ and get a 2600k build if it's worth it by October but so far so good thumb.gif

Save your money and get a 2500K. The price is sick for the performance. I have mine oc @ 4.6ghz and temps are idle 28c load 44C. It is being cooled with a noctua DH-14.
post #17 of 19
well for what I spent on a motherboard (Sabertooth) and my 1090T was less then just the cost of a 2500K and I have the performace that is very close to Intel (with in 85%) Ill stay with AMD
post #18 of 19
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Save your money and get a 2500K. The price is sick for the performance. I have mine oc @ 4.6ghz and temps are idle 28c load 44C. It is being cooled with a noctua DH-14.

he didnt ask if he should switch to intel...hes looking for a stable OC...Yes 4.6 is awesome! thumb.gif but i very much doubt he will see any difference between 4 and 4.6, and i bet if you dropped your Intel to 4ghz and did your normal tasking you wouldnt notice a difference.

@ Tux - my 1090T is the EXACT same way..i can get 3.95 @ stock 1.47v but to hit 4.5ghz i have to smash my voltage up to 1.6+ my cpu is lapped (and obviously not a strong chip) so i still manage to stay under 70*c at that disastrous volatage.

truth be told. for what im assuming your pc is for you will never need more then 4ghz, YES the HUGE OC numbers are fun. but for true performance increase look at your CPU/NB and OC your ram.
also you have a BE cpu, this allows you to increase your Multi and FSB. playing with both can lead to finding a more stable over clock then just increasing one or the other.

coming from a guy that knew absolutely nothing about OC when i hit 4ghz on my 1090T, i HIGHLY (and i mean that in more ways then one biggrin.gif) recommend doing a bit of research before you start trying to go for that golden OC that you are looking for. in the long run it will save you sooooooooooooooo much headache!!!
post #19 of 19
hello Tux,
please fill out your pc specs so we have a better idea of your board ,ram, so on.thumb.gif
    
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