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Poll Results: Which 780i MOBO would you recommend other 45nm users?

Poll expired: Apr 7, 2008 This is a multiple choice poll
  • 40% of voters (25)
    EVGA 132-CK-NF78-A1
  • 9% of voters (6)
    XFX MB-N780-ISH9
  • 1% of voters (1)
    ASUS P5N-T Deluxe
  • 6% of voters (4)
    MSI P7N Diamond
  • 19% of voters (12)
    ASUS Striker II Formula
  • 21% of voters (13)
    Other
61 Total Votes  
post #291 of 517
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Originally Posted by theemonopolyguy View Post

I'm currently broke rofl, and am running with the stock fan. Am ordering a Artic Cooler Freezer Pro 7, and hope to OC this thing soon =]
Added. Welcome to Intel 45! Enjoy your stay.
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I'm up to 3.2 ghz at 1.19V right now. The biggest problem I'm having is the inconsistency of the temps I'm getting from the different programs. DFI program that came with my motherboard says 38C but CoreTemp is saying 53-56 at full load. Seems stable though.
Updated.
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Here's another q9300 for you guys:

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post #294 of 517
just picked up my e8400, gonna pop it in my sig rig 2nite!

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Can't stay behind...
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Q9300 - 3.262 GHz (435x7.5)
Edited by platt63 - 5/12/08 at 2:47pm
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post #296 of 517
I need to update my sig, but I just got a QX9650. I had it overclocked to 4.8 stable, but it was at 1.45 volts, and that would kill longetivity. I bumped it back to 4.4 @ 1.36 volts. I'll get some pics once I get a monitor..my old one crapped the bed.
    
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Originally Posted by grooverider View Post
I need to update my sig, but I just got a QX9650. I had it overclocked to 4.8 stable, but it was at 1.45 volts, and that would kill longetivity. I bumped it back to 4.4 @ 1.36 volts. I'll get some pics once I get a monitor..my old one crapped the bed.
4.8 on water? Got an orthos screenshot by any chance (or prime)? I'm testing mine on air and it doesn't look like the kind of numbers you got are remotely possible without phase cooling.

Also, 1.36 v is that bios or in windows/cpu-z. I don't think your board has loadline calibration so I am assuming there is signifigant vdroop involved (unless you did the vdroop mod for your board).

Also what is the stepping of your chip?


Littlratt only was able to get 4.4 max on water stable and his water cooling rig is top notch. ncsa here got 5 ghz but on phase....

The guys at extreme haven't been able to get past 4.4 either on water so please share your secret.
Edited by Robilar - 5/12/08 at 10:25am
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I can't answer half of these questions because I'm not at home and I'm getting a new monitor shortly so I can get screenshots.

I'm not running water, this is what I'm running:

http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.p...=59&Itemid=184

I'm also running the Nvidia ESA architechture system with all my parts/case ESA certified. I mistyped, it was 1.39 volts.

There is no secret. The ESA system is incredible, and this cooler rocks, period. Let me see if I saved some screenshots on my USB device of any of this.

PS- Updated sig, I'm running 780i mobo not the one you saw previously.
Edited by grooverider - 5/12/08 at 11:10am
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by grooverider View Post
I can't answer half of these questions because I'm not at home and I'm getting a new monitor shortly so I can get screenshots.

I'm not running water, this is what I'm running:

http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.p...=59&Itemid=184

I'm also running the Nvidia ESA architechture system with all my parts/case ESA certified. I mistyped, it was 1.39 volts.

There is no secret. The ESA system is incredible, and this cooler rocks, period. Let me see if I saved some screenshots on my USB device of any of this.

PS- Updated sig, I'm running 780i mobo not the one you saw previously.

I am quite familiar with the coolit products. I actually know the guy that owns the company. The Elite must be spectacular because the other two, the freezone and its little brother both get beat by a thermalright ultra 120E air cooler (of which I own several). With a TRUE, again 4.1- 4.2 ghz is about max with a QX9650. To get another 600 mhz over what the TRUE will do under prime or orthos is amazing. As I mentioned above, the only person in that range is NCSA with phase.

http://www.nordichardware.com/Review...&skrivelse=520

QX6800 maxing out at 3.52 ghz

"This would seem to indicate there is a thermal limit when the Elite may no longer be efficient in trying to handle the amount of heat being generated by the CPU, particularly under load. We suspect that the Elite will near its limit when a Quad Core CPU is highly overclocked. Where that limit exactly resides may be the subject of debate, no different than the limits posed by a traditional watercooling system"


http://techgage.com/viewimg/?img=/re...ntrol%20Module


A QX6850 maxing out with the elite at 3.673 (same architecture as a Q6600 GO. Plenty of TRUE and Tuniq owners here than can get that number with a Q6600)


http://www.driverheaven.net/reviews....=546&pageid=7]


Here is a fun one: QX9770 maxed out at 4.5 Ghz using 1.6125 vcore with 71C load temps(you mentioned 1.39 for 4.8 ghz...). Seeing as the QX9770 is also 45nm it would be similar to the QX9650 in testing. Not to mention of course that 1.6 vcore is suicide levels for the chip.


Also how exactly does ESA certified parts improve overclocking? ESA allows you to monitor various component stats (like mb sensors for example). It in no way lets you overclock better.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/nvidia_esa.html

"The Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA) is the industry’s first open-standard PC monitoring and control protocol for real-time communication and control of system thermal, electrical, acoustic and operating characteristics.

ESA-certified components and applications allow enthusiasts and power users to diagnose component-specific issues and tune their systems to meet their individual needs—whether it be reaching peak performance or modifying for a whisper-quiet home theater operation.

With ESA, PC and component manufacturers can deliver differentiated and value-added products, giving their customers unprecedented visibility and control over their systems and allowing them to achieve the highest possible performance."



Edited by Robilar - 5/12/08 at 2:51pm
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Here's another q9300 for you guys:

Added. Welcome to Intel 45! I couldn't zoom in on your CPU-Z. If you could, please provide me your GHz and Voltage. Thanks.
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