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post #6261 of 22008
5820K can't really be compared to a 5960X, you know 6 vs 8 cores.
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post #6262 of 22008
I missed that, was on phone. Assumed it was a 5960 or else who cares tongue.gif
post #6263 of 22008
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Oh my...think mines good for about 4.6 on that voltage, and mines a 'good' sample

take in mind that my CPU is a bad sample and that I'm really demanding in terms of stability.
my PC build codes for hours and I don't want to have a single error.
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post #6264 of 22008
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I'm not sure I follow your question.

I was wondering if I could get a 5960X up to that high of an OC on a watercooler like the Swiftech 240x.

I'm guessing that would be a no.

Also, I did an OC based on a multiplier of 44 and a Vcore of 1.27. It tested out fine on AIDA for 2 hours but for some reason the CPU ID showed the Vcore at 1.28. Why is that??
Edited by Train Wreck - 1/11/15 at 7:44am
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post #6265 of 22008
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I was wondering if I could get a 5960X up to that high of an OC on a watercooler like the Swiftech 240x.

I'm guessing that would be a no.

Also, I did an OC based on a multiplier of 44 and a Vcore of 1.27. It tested out fine on AIDA for 2 hours but for some reason the CPU ID showed the Vcore at 1.28. Why is that??

You could use up to 1.35V on a 240mm radiator as long as you're comfortable with a little heat.
post #6266 of 22008
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May be the pcie riser...
looks like you got a plan. thumb.gif


Hmm I un installed the sound card walked away and came back to it rebooted from same bsod. How can of girl out what is wrong? Does the mini dump tell anything ? Please help I really need to get this working
Edited by thrgk - 1/11/15 at 9:19am
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post #6267 of 22008
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Originally Posted by Train Wreck View Post

I was wondering if I could get a 5960X up to that high of an OC on a watercooler like the Swiftech 240x.

I'm guessing that would be a no.

Also, I did an OC based on a multiplier of 44 and a Vcore of 1.27. It tested out fine on AIDA for 2 hours but for some reason the CPU ID showed the Vcore at 1.28. Why is that??

CPU-Z reports V ID not Vcore on Haswell. This is the voltage the CPU thinks its recieving.
post #6268 of 22008
Bet these will carry a price, I'm a little bit tempted though biggrin.gif

http://wccftech.com/corsair-preparing-3400mhz-ddr4-dominator-platinum-memory-modules/



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The memory in question is rated at a speed of 3400Mhz and a voltage rating of 1.35v. The modules carry a timing configuration of 16-18-18-40. The modules are binned, hand picked and tested by Corsair to achieve this truly impressive speed.

Corsair demonstrated the new memory at CES 2015 running on a Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion motherboard at an overclocked speed of 3500Mhz without any changes to the voltage or the timings. We bet that with a little work towards loosening the timings would successfully yield higher clock speeds and even allow users to hit the mythical 4Ghz.
post #6269 of 22008
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Bet these will carry a price, I'm a little bit tempted though biggrin.gif

http://wccftech.com/corsair-preparing-3400mhz-ddr4-dominator-platinum-memory-modules/

Does 3400 fall on the 100 strap, or 125?
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post #6270 of 22008
Not sure in truth!

I failed to read the 1,000 dollar price tag mind you. Think it might be an idea to wait till these get binned when the ICs mature a bit, that's crazy. I'm thinking they'll be rare as rocking horse **** after the first shipments get sold as well.
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