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ok i have a d0 step of i7 920 and is it easy to get 3.6ghz on stock v?

Yeah D0 is a good stepping.

TBH getting 4ghz shouldn't be a problem at all, you will need extra volts for 4ghz though.

3.6ghz maybe a slight boost in volts depending on your chip. I went to 4ghz right away and then to 4.2 and then 4.3. So really Can't tell you the voltage needed for 3.6ghz but it shouldn't be a lot. 4.2ghz is where you start needing a lot more volts.


If anything Temp is the biggest problem with i7 920's so keep clocking it till your chip gets to hot.
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Yeah D0 is a good stepping.

TBH getting 4ghz shouldn't be a problem at all, you will need extra volts for 4ghz though.

3.6ghz maybe a slight boost in volts depending on your chip. I went to 4ghz right away and then to 4.2 and then 4.3. So really Can't tell you the voltage needed for 3.6ghz but it shouldn't be a lot. 4.2ghz is where you start needing a lot more volts.


If anything Temp is the biggest problem with i7 920's so keep clocking it till your chip gets to hot.
well i have a nh-d14 to keep it cool i hope
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D14 is no slouch, you shouldnt run into any issues for i7 920 D0. I would consider getting the x5650/x5660 though, can be had for around 100 - 130 USD
    
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D14 is no slouch, you shouldnt run into any issues for i7 920 D0. I would consider getting the x5650/x5660 though, can be had for around 100 - 130 USD


well i did get my i7 920 for 76 dollars ebay.com.au
post #15 of 19
Well I would resell it and buy a used i7 2600k and a z68/z77 mobo.you will have a hard tie finding a x58 mobo on AUS
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Well,keep the sight on it
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oh i will if the am3+ board im getting off ebay doesnt work i will get a i7 920
post #19 of 19
If you are going to do alot of work in sony Vega pro I would also recommend a radeon.

I use it and render with my 7970Ghz and its alot faster than my overclocked 6 core i7.
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