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Problem is, heat is not the issue for Penryns. Do this to a Quad or something. If you put voltages high enough for the LN2 to help, chances are you might kill the chip.
    
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lol, that chip is so dead now, nice run tho
    
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Did you seriously just pump 1.8V through a Penryn? Bye bye.
    
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post #14 of 61
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pow3rtr1p View Post
Did you seriously just pump 1.8V through a Penryn? Bye bye.
penryn? where?? I'll take one!
don't try this if you can't afford to lose a chip
seriously though, it runs so far, back at sig specs. btw, never warmer than -71C at those volts, kinda changes the game.

not that you are wrong, just sayin'
    
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post #15 of 61
What voltage are you giving the RAM.
You might be able to give it 2.1v or so.
Edit: If you think it's the RAM that is.
Lots of people give the E8400 that kind of voltage for short runs.
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post #16 of 61
Quote:
Originally Posted by SergeRY View Post
penryn? where?? I'll take one!
don't try this if you can't afford to lose a chip
seriously though, it runs so far, back at sig specs. btw, never warmer than -71C at those volts, kinda changes the game.

not that you are wrong, just sayin'
It's not about heat. People have killed chips with 1.36V+, and no temperature issues. The 45nm CPUs are just overly sensitive to voltages.
    
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post #17 of 61
Aww stop it. The man is talking LN2 and DICE and you are talking about running stock volts...give it a rest.

Nice runs. Very impressive.
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Stock volts are 1.1V-ish. I'm just letting him know that people with Water and Load temps of 20-30C have killed 45nm Chips with much less voltage. I guess if he has the money for LN2 then killing a CPU is not big deal money-wise, but if it survived 1.8V and he hit past 5 GHz, he may have a golden chip, and it'd be a shame to lose it.
    
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Cool stuff!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pow3rtr1p View Post
Stock volts are 1.1V-ish. I'm just letting him know that people with Water and Load temps of 20-30C have killed 45nm Chips with much less voltage. I guess if he has the money for LN2 then killing a CPU is not big deal money-wise, but if it survived 1.8V and he hit past 5 GHz, he may have a golden chip, and it'd be a shame to lose it.
Hey aaahhh.
I did several suicide runs with my E8400. Went as high as 1.7 volts(board wouldn't go any higher).
That was over a month ago and I haven't seen any problems with it so far. I run mine daily at 8X500 @ 1.376vcore.
Some chips have issues, but certainly not all of them.
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