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Well I tried to run it with a 12 -> 7 volt cable, but it seems that it did not start at that voltage. However, I have talked with someone who did do the same and it worked just fine for him... He told me at that voltage you cannot hear it anymore.
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Ah, you should try that then, save yourself some money tongue.gif
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post #23 of 29
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First OC result:

I instantly set it to 50 multi and 1,5 vcore to see how it would hande that. CPU LLC set to 100%.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2854877

Managed to boot, run Intel Burn Test for 10 rounds, then it crashed after browsing in Mozilla Firefox... -_-

Idle temps = 27 degrees (Celcius)
Load temp = 69 degrees

Fans were running @ 7 volt.

Now it seems to be running stable at 4,9 Ghz, but I think I need to study the bios a bit more, since I haven't been working with OC for a long time smile.gif
post #24 of 29
wow thats pretty nice for a first couple tries, and those temperatures, i bet its making the haswell users drool tongue.gif

i still havent set up my haswell rig lol, waiting on this new case is killing me.

4.9 is pretty impressive.
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I'm a bit splitted in regarding a decision. I can't decide at what level the CPU should be running in regards to volting and Mhz. Should I just continue to run at high MHz and high volting and it will be stable, and well cooled or just clock it down.

In short, I confused about the future setting I should run it with daily.

And another thing, I cannot quite figure out how to only clock it self up when it is needed. I would very much like to run at low MHz and volt when just working in windows, while entering "turbo mode" when gaming or doing anything else requiring the cpu.
post #26 of 29
im not an expert on intel cpus, im just switching back after using an 8350 for the longest time. I know the 8350 has a setting that lets me put the clock at 4.8 while gaming, and back to stock settings when browsing the internet/desktop/idle, i dont know if intel has the same features, but it most likely does. Try asking in the intel cpu forum, they can help you much more than i can wink.gif
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LIke SZeged Ive bene using AMD for quite a qhile and Asus mobos can provide support for clocking down in 2d and clocking up in 3D. That kind of setup is usually combination of Bios options and Software. I would look at your motherboards features and software. Is it an Asus Mobo? THeir AI suite can handle something like that. Gigabyte Easy tune software can also do something similar.
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post #28 of 29
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Well I figured it out... Windows power control! doh.gif

Right now, testing 5 GHz @ 1,495 volt. LLC is set to 100%. Seems stable right now. Running prime95 blend test on the 2nd hour and no errors so far.

Temps are:

Load: 73 degrees
Idle: Around 30 or something smile.gif
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nice, looking good!thumb.gif
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