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e7200 is this common? 4ghz

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I hit 4ghz without upping my vcore. Well... the only thing i enabled was the +.100v to defeat vdroop or whatever on the p5n-e sli. Air cooled running fine, prime95 stable. not over 62 degrees right now, i have a coolermaster 212 and have that and the processor lapped and artic silver 5. Is it normal to hit 4ghz on these chips without upping the vcore? What can i get out of it if i build another water setup lol? I JUST got this chip from newegg incase anyone is wondering. Getting cpu-z now to submit proof.
post #2 of 79
That must be some miracle board and processor you got. A 1500Mhz OC without a uping vcore. waiting on your cpuz with prime95 running.
post #3 of 79
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ok just a min while i take a screenie and upload

gotta install psp too so give me five
post #4 of 79
I call BS 110%
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need anything else? i woudln't just post this to start ****, i might be missing something lol
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thats the power of the dark crsytal... err halfnium!!!
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post #7 of 79
Why people are skeptical is because, it's unheard off, what you said you've done. Just not possible, without uping significant vcore, especially for 1500Mhz OC.
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http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=380578

validation link. So it's safe to say that i got a good one lol.

on a side note my temps are resting now around 67 degrees. when i run prime95 small fft's for a long time. When the as5 cures a little more it should come down.
post #9 of 79
This reminds me of the movie "My Cousin Vinny". The laws of physics cease to exist in your PC!

EDIT**DAMN...Now you're making me want to go and pickup an E7200 tomorrow!!
post #10 of 79
And you ran prime for how long?
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