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You guys are right - it's just one chip, which in the scheme of things doesn't matter that much. It's the attitude I'm getting at; a pervasive and ubiquitous attitude of apathy and disrespect amongst society and the things we take for granted now.
Just a little mining for one chip so it can be recklessly destroyed. Just another tree chopped down in the Amazon. Just another thoughtlessly discarded piece of trash. Who cares, right?
All these little bits add up you know. We're all just a collective series of "just one little bit", and every action has a consequence ... consequences that accumulate. It's thoughts and attitudes like these justifying the wanton destruction of perfectly good hardware that lead to the entitled mindset in which we destroy without reason, waste without concern, and selfishly forget about anything beyond our own desires.
The chip would be put to far better use as a freebie on the OCN market place to someone who *REALLY* needs it, or someone who will use it effectively.
And if every single Folder@home decided that their contribution doesn't matter, cause cancer won't be cured tomorrow regardless of their input, then when will it ever be cured?
Do you get my point yet?
It's like buying a brand new Lancer Evo and driving it off a cliff for fun. Sure you can do it, and money is less relevant to some than others, but take a good long hard look at yourself, the attitudes such actions embody, the implications of your actions and the potential you are destroying and how those potentials could affect other peoples lives, or how those potentials could not be wasted to simply do justice to the effort and sacrifices made in order to create them in the first place. To make another analogy, what if you did it with an iPhone? Do you guys realize the conditions in which people work in China to make those iPhones? How respectful to their suffering would it be to simply destroy it for "fun" because you're arbitrarily lucky enough to be born into a country that gives you the unjustified access to wealth and prosperity (at the expense of others) enough to be able to wantonly waste these items others would never have access to in their entire lives? What does such an attitude say about you as a person?
I dunno ... I just can't do or think like you guys I guess.

I suggest you not OC then, because you are killing it faster.... and 2500k's are terrible folders.

You must hate science as a whole...testing things until failure is just a fact of life.
 
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So far i got it at 5ghz @ 1.5v with lvl 7 LLC

I had to enable pll overvolt to get past 4.8

Gonna try some prime
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I suggest you not OC then, because you are killing it faster.... and 2500k's are terrible folders.
You must hate science as a whole...testing things until failure is just a fact of life.

There's a difference between overclocking for performance, and consciously seeking to destroy a chip. I don't need to speak on this further, especially your "you must hate science as a whole" nonsense.
 
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So far i got it at 5ghz @ 1.5v with lvl 7 LLC
I had to enable pll overvolt to get past 4.8
Gonna try some prime

Always nice to see 5Ghz OCs.
    
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So far i got it at 5ghz @ 1.5v with lvl 7 LLC
I had to enable pll overvolt to get past 4.8
Gonna try some prime

Grats on 5ghz thumb.gif
    
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Research within limits. What if his results help to prevent the destruction of other OC'ers chips? One chip vs many? One potentially folding chip again vs many? Isn't that a positive contribution? And by the way, have you considered the mechanisms for producing the electricity that goes into running a pc 24/7 to enable folding? One tree in the amazon.......?!
And btw, eventually, yes cancer (all forms) will be 'cured'; is potentially too lucrative an industry (think meds, rehab, equipment, insurance policies, clinics etc) not to be. The billions of dollars pharmacuetical companies and governments put into research ensures that. The special thing about folding is that it brings the humanity back into it, people helping where they can with the aim to prevent the suffering of others, but it's just plain wrong to use absolute statements and/or emotional pressure to recruit.
In the end, its his hardware, he can choose. Just like everyone else.

Good first points. Re: the input energy required for a PC to fold against Amazonian trees - of course I'm aware of this. There's a rational trade-off there: energy expended for lucrative results. If this test does produce data that helps others with their chips/overclocks, then so be it. But the thread title says it all: "I am going to attempt to break my 2500k".

And I wasn't actually trying to recruit for folding, but rather attempting to get the OP to reconsider trashing his 2500k for the sake of it. Nothing more, nothing less. Don't break things or waste things for fun, because everything comes from somewhere and that pathway carries implications that deserve more respect. That was the message. Simple.
 
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The die is still the same size, they are all pretty similar chips.
 

 

No, a gulftown like that 980x can take 1.9v under LN2 without dying, so in that cpuz that you posted the 1.7v was very safe.  Sandy Bridge on the other hand has been known to die above 1.7v with the same cooling method.

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The motherboard will go before the chip does. thumb.gif
^^^^^
This, i honestly cant believe this $100 dollar motherboard is managing 5ghz.

The Vrms have 0 cooling almost.

Infact, i think the board is gonna die soon....

There is a little plastic film, i still left on the vrm heat sink when the motherboard was new.

It was bubbles in it now.....

And if you touch it, it burns you instantly......


Anyway.. here are my results

Iam kinda getting nervous, dont wana fry my board XD


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Got it stable @ 5ghz with prime

After 1 min, it his throttle @ 91c
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Caused little bubbles to form on the plastic film , on the vrm heat sink.

Cant see them that well....

Anyway i think iama stop board is at risk now...

Cure for cancer? dont make me laugh, that would destroy the whole cancer industry overnight.

Wont happen
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