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I have the same mobo, hit 5.7 ghz with it, the only thing limiting it is you smile.gif

all on air cooling too like ranger?

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all on air cooling too like ranger?

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lol actually it was at 1.72 volts in control center not sure how much vdroop it had, I didn't attempt to do anything but get a cpuz validation file.
It was in the garage at about 10F last winter. Kind of forgot about that , I will check to see if I have the file to submit- no internet in my garage - lol
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I have the same mobo, hit 5.7 ghz with it, the only thing limiting it is you smile.gif

Actually It is the board. I prefer not burning anything up as I am not rich nor do I have any money to replace anything. If I had this board would have been gone a long time ago. I don't like the voltage jumping around at .06 up and down. And on my board 4.8ghz jumps the wattage up a lot from 64watts at 4.6 to 112 at 4.8. I am building a solution to that prob shortly. I am fairly confident in my OC ability, been doing it awhile.

Ok now I see how you got 5.7. Not quite the everyday ghz that I am aiming at. I can hit benchmarks over 5ghz but I am talking everyday 5.0ghz. which without the vdroop would def be possible.
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lol actually it was at 1.72 volts in control center not sure how much vdroop it had, I didn't attempt to do anything but get a cpuz validation file.
It was in the garage at about 10F last winter. Kind of forgot about that , I will check to see if I have the file to submit- no internet in my garage - lol

Tight git you should have wifi biggrin.gif

my temps are raising a little more each day, bloody spring temps lol much prefer winter.

Still holding out at 53C ish temp though which is still pretty decent
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Actually It is the board. I prefer not burning anything up as I am not rich nor do I have any money to replace anything. If I had this board would have been gone a long time ago. I don't like the voltage jumping around at .06 up and down. And on my board 4.8ghz jumps the wattage up a lot from 64watts at 4.6 to 112 at 4.8. I am building a solution to that prob shortly. I am fairly confident in my OC ability, been doing it awhile.

Ok now I see how you got 5.7. Not quite the everyday ghz that I am aiming at. I can hit benchmarks over 5ghz but I am talking everyday 5.0ghz. which without the vdroop would def be possible.

I don't think your cooling would handle stressing at 5 ghz, but the board will. Just keep good airflow over the vrms and it should be fine. Set your cpu voltage to 1.60 volts (will result in 1.53 V at load which should give you 5ghz IBT stable) in control center, enable cool and quiet, and tweak the overclock settings till you run out of thermal room or stability, which ever comes first. The thing will downclock and lower the voltage till it gets a load with cnq enabled, just make sure you have a stout psu or it probably won't handle the switching in speed/voltage properly. I ran mine that way for a couple of months but have since backed off to 4.8 ghz for a daily OC. It really doesn't seem any worse for the wear.
I have a GD-80 and a Asus crosshair V formula z, the MSI rig gets better overclocks, has better temps on the cpu, boots faster and cost $100 less. As for longevity , time will tell.
In my opinion, you are just as well off with the board you have.
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Actually my cooling is great. Having a water cooler I have lots of room for fans on the VRM and NB.(done first thing) Actually cut a hole in the back for another fan opposite the vrms and cpu, so cooling is no problem during stress with IBT and Prime95 58C is the high. And when I can get the Vdroop figured out I may clock higher, for 4.6ghz is great for now.
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Actually my cooling is great. Having a water cooler I have lots of room for fans on the VRM and NB.(done first thing) Actually cut a hole in the back for another fan opposite the vrms and cpu, so cooling is no problem during stress with IBT and Prime95 58C is the high. And when I can get the Vdroop figured out I may clock higher, for 4.6ghz is great for now.

ye but 58C for 4.6 is very high. with a very good air cooler you looking around 40-45C for 4.6 thumb.gif
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not really depends on abient. Small room here gets warm fast. And as long as I am under 65C, or in my book 62C I am good. During all other operations day to day it never gets over 46C, usually hovers around 36C.
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not really depends on abient. Small room here gets warm fast. And as long as I am under 65C, or in my book 62C I am good. During all other operations day to day it never gets over 46C, usually hovers around 36C.

At what clocks?
 
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Actually my cooling is great. Having a water cooler I have lots of room for fans on the VRM and NB.(done first thing) Actually cut a hole in the back for another fan opposite the vrms and cpu, so cooling is no problem during stress with IBT and Prime95 58C is the high. And when I can get the Vdroop figured out I may clock higher, for 4.6ghz is great for now.

The H55 is not good enough for 5Ghz, sorry. H100 at minimum. H80s top off at ~4.8/4.9. Single-thin Corsair AIOs won't pass 4.7-4.8, even in push/pull.
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