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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Easy outside is more important i do not think the inside does anything.
Just lay sand paper flat and put some water on it.. to make it perfect shiney your gonna need a piece of leather or something.

Yup thats what I was going to do
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These are the peoples who I need their CPU-Z Validation links for their max OC's

daddyfatsax
beniroc (I swear I saw yours on here....but I can't find it now....GRRRRRR) Also need your temps drops

SonDa5

Thats it.

Ohh guys for my Second page of the Spreadsheet I will be trying to make a sheet involving what grain sand paper you use before after temps, OC will be set to 4500 Mhz for everyone since it's needed to show Intel how they messed up. (Yeah I'm serious about this I know it's a repeat but I want them to know they messed up and we can prove to them to change this issue and give us the credit)

Also I'm thinking of adding other things to the second spreadsheet but not sure exactly. Ideas would be awesome!

Thanks again guys and gals! (Not sure if we have any gals in this thread yet) tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by neopunx View Post

Most of us who are hitting 5.4 and higher are booting into windows with our reg 24/7 OC, and using what ever OC program to raise it. I'm pretty sure most if not all on Air/H2O would have trouble booting successfully with a high overclock. Mine did boot into 5.2 I think, but it was bad high VCORE to keep it stable in Boot up. thumb.gif

I see smile.gif
well, call me old school, but I don't truly trust those software OC methods LOL! when seeing voltage monitoring an adjustment screen I always see at least one voltage off a bit and when applying changes it seems like it alters that one too, never mind though probably it works fine (used that method for below 48x multi clocks once or twice).

anyways! I did another suicide run with my chip using my room AC outlet to serve as Cold Air Intake for my system hehe - mind that I calculate Dew Point when doing it and make sure I have around 4C safety cushion between calculated Dew Point temperature and lowest temperature of air inlet to my system (computer has a temp sensor on intake fan shroud).
it produced air intake temperature at front (internal) 360 radiator at 8-9C
water loop temperature dropped to 13-14C once stabilized at idle

results are ... well ... not great he he ... my chip sky rockets voltage demand past 5GHz to be stable and so I was able to stabilize 5.1GHz under IBT Standard 10 rounds (no whea warnings in logs), but it called for ...1.648v vcore under load ... it hit briefly 105C on one core a few times, but die downclocked only once at very end of test (round 10)
mve51ghzibt10quick1650v.png
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did some benching with SuperPI 1.5, 3dmark11 & Vantage and all got improved except for 3dmark11 which kept getting me slightly lower score than with CPU at 5GHz ... hmmm...
http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4358506
at 5.1GHz SuperPI 1.5 32M calculation completed in 6m 35.064s
2552555.png

Then I went for 5.2GHz and since I couldn't stabilize with IBT (temps) I sort of guessed working vcore a bit, basically allows me to load Windows, run SuperPI or CPU-Z validation ... at 1.74v actual vcore ha ha! tried benching, but CPU craps out under load (more vcore needed) with WHEA in logs ... and I didn't dare to raise it further for sakes of safety of my CPU (and my sanity) ... it wasn't far away, but still ~1.775v for a stable 5.2GHz sounds like crap LOL! ...
at 5.2GHz SuperPI 1.5 32M calculation completed in 6m 28.494s
2552544.png

tried booting to 5.3GHz, but even with 1.75 it won't boot without crapping out, so no go. I guess I learned the voltage/clock limits of my CPU today, and since temperatures don't matter much anymore (even lapping IHS wouldn't help me much) I am officially done with need for speed and CPU modding for now hehe wink.gif was a fun ride though, enjoyed it thanks to this forums biggrin.gif:thumb:
Edited by feniks - 10/21/12 at 9:08pm
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

I see smile.gif
well, call me old school, but I don't truly trust those software OC methods LOL! when seeing voltage monitoring an adjustment screen I always see at least one voltage off a bit and when applying changes it seems like it alters that one too, never mind though probably it works fine (used that method for below 48x multi clocks once or twice).
anyways! I did another suicide run with my chip using my room AC outlet to serve as Cold Air Intake for my system hehe - mind that I calculate Dew Point when doing it and make sure I have around 4C safety cushion between calculated Dew Point temperature and lowest temperature of air inlet to my system (computer has a temp sensor on intake fan shroud).
it produced air intake temperature at front (internal) 360 radiator at 8-9C
water loop temperature dropped to 13-14C once stabilized at idle
results are ... well ... not great he he ... my chip sky rockets voltage demand past 5GHz to be stable and so I was able to stabilize 5.1GHz under IBT Standard 10 rounds (no whea warnings in logs), but it called for ...1.648v vcore under load ... it hit briefly 105C on one core a few times, but die downclocked only once at very end of test (round 10)
mve51ghzibt10quick1650v.png
Uploaded with ImageShack.us
did some benching with SuperPI 1.5, 3dmark11 & Vantage and all got improved except for 3dmark11 which kept getting me slightly lower score than with CPU at 5GHz ... hmmm...
http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4358506
at 5.1GHz SuperPI 1.5 32M calculation completed in 6m 35.064s
2552555.png
Then I went for 5.2GHz and since I couldn't stabilize with IBT (temps) I sort of guessed working vcore a bit, basically allows me to load Windows, run SuperPI or CPU-Z validation ... at 1.74v actual vcore ha ha! tried benching, but CPU craps out under load (more vcore needed) with WHEA in logs ... and I didn't dare to raise it further for sakes of safety of my CPU (and my sanity) ... it wasn't far away, but still ~1.775v for a stable 5.2GHz sounds like crap LOL! ...
at 5.2GHz SuperPI 1.5 32M calculation completed in 6m 28.494s
2552544.png
tried booting to 5.3GHz, but even with 1.75 it won't boot without crapping out, so no go. I guess I learned the voltage/clock limits of my CPU today, and since temperatures don't matter much anymore (even lapping IHS wouldn't help me much) I am officially done with need for speed and CPU modding for now hehe wink.gif was a fun ride though, enjoyed it thanks to this forums biggrin.gif:thumb:

Just wait....Thats what i thought at 5.1


and ur updated
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I really wish I hadn't seen this thread :/. I'm 16 so I can't really afford trashing my 3770k, but now that I see all these crazy results I am soooo tempted to try delidding haha.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Just wait....Thats what i thought at 5.1
and ur updated

thanks for an update smile.gif
do you have some secret method for running stable at higher speeds? or my chip is going to mutate into something else in a few days? wink.gif
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thanks for an update smile.gif
do you have some secret method for running stable at higher speeds? or my chip is going to mutate into something else in a few days? wink.gif

I used Aida a few times but then got them to run IBT it really is a tough thing to do set everything in bios to go for a good OC what mobo you got?
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

I used Aida a few times but then got them to run IBT it really is a tough thing to do set everything in bios to go for a good OC what mobo you got?

I have AIDA64, use it for comparing memory benchmarks between speeds & timings mostly and some sensor readings sometimes. where does it have a CPU stress tester, don't even know it had one LOL?
My board is asus maximus v extreme.
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I have AIDA64, use it for comparing memory benchmarks between speeds & timings mostly and some sensor readings sometimes. where does it have a CPU stress tester, don't even know it had one LOL?
My board is asus maximus v extreme.

Its in tools i believe its on the top of the page. and Thats a awesome OCing mobo man...built for it
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Its in tools i believe its on the top of the page. and Thats a awesome OCing mobo man...built for it

thanks and thanks smile.gif
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