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Wow that whips the score I got with my 7950 at 1200/1800 (7200 effective).



My RAM is running at the same timing and voltage as well. thumb.gif What kind of temps are you getting with that CPU overclock? I haven't really gone past my 4.5ghz OC.
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Wow that whips the score I got with my 7950 at 1200/1800 (7200 effective). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
My RAM is running at the same timing and voltage as well. thumb.gif What kind of temps are you getting with that CPU overclock? I haven't really gone past my 4.5ghz OC.

Temps are currently 66-71-72-66 @ 1.375V (After 6 hour Prime95) - Still lowering the VCORE though, hence the fine-tuning smile.gif

4.8 Ghz was stable @ 1.44 (Anything lower and it was not stable), Temps: 81 - 86 - 83 - 78.

Unfortunately the Z77E-ITX does not come with CPU PLL in the BIOS - So I have no way to tweak it any further (Which is too bad, as it could have an influence in temps.).
Edited by Gomi - 7/27/12 at 12:56am
post #113 of 157
Pretty good temps! I get 53-61-64-51 @ 1.16V. I'm gonna try to see if I can even hit 4.7ghz. Thanks for your quick reply. smile.gif
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Thanks for the REP+ and the measurement. thumb.gif
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Pretty good temps! I get 53-61-64-51 @ 1.16V. I'm gonna try to see if I can even hit 4.7ghz. Thanks for your quick reply. smile.gif

Wow, I hope I can get this OC with mine, right now im at stock undervolted to .95 volts biggrin.gif Will probably stay that way until I finish my waterloop thumb.gif Did you guys actually feel a need to OC or are you just doing it for the S&G? I havent really seen a situation when my CPU is close to being maxed out at stock frequencies, so I dont know if its worth OCing. thinking.gif
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Love the idea - SO much I ordered the mounting kit (I already have that resevoir, though the Grey tinted one). [...]
Do you happen to know what size of LED the LED holder in the clear stop fitting can hold? I want to put plug a LED into the Reservoir and hook it up to the Power LED header on the mainboard.
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Pretty good scores there biggrin.gif How's the rig working?

Btw, I just came back from Copenhagen and was wondering that why is everything so darn expensive over there? I thought I'm used to high prices but man, Denmark was like double.
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Pretty good scores there biggrin.gif How's the rig working?
Btw, I just came back from Copenhagen and was wondering that why is everything so darn expensive over there? I thought I'm used to high prices but man, Denmark was like double.

Thanks! smile.gif

Its working better than I ever expected - Both the GPU and CPU is good overclockers, the loop is keeping everything cool, the setup is dead silent and of course the ability to move the system from Office to Livingroom is awesome smile.gif ( I like the odd game on the Plasma in the livingroom).

Still got alot of work to do on the case itself - There will be alot of updates the next 14 days - Got a one or two things that I think people are REALLY gonna like (And pretty unique) and of course I still have to install the Decals, windows and so forth.

Yah - Everything is expensive here. Though I think the population is used to it, and its not like people are walking around and feeling poor. I must admit that food and beverages prices have gone abit up lately.
I always order my PC parts from abroad (Mainly the US) and then have them sent to another person in the country - They then re-package the thing and mail it to me - Otherwise I have to pay a whopping +32% of the price (Tax and customs) you see on, for example FrozenCPU and so forth.
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Yeah, food and beverages was the thing that shocked me the most.

Btw you in the Prodigy Owners Club yet? Lots of prodigies there biggrin.gif Meanwhile, I'll be anxiously waiting what you've got up your sleeve.
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Yeah, food and beverages was the thing that shocked me the most.
Btw you in the Prodigy Owners Club yet? Lots of prodigies there biggrin.gif Meanwhile, I'll be anxiously waiting what you've got up your sleeve.

Nah, I posted to join but never got added - Not too fuzzed about it till the system is all done smile.gif
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