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my ram isnt holding me back from overclocking it is just killing my performance and i know im not going to be able to tell a difference between 4g and 4.5g as long as the 533mhz ram is ****ting on my system. You seem very rude for some reason lol.
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he showed it during the first cpu z. your using the e8400 so it overclocks better anyway being higher binned 1333fsb and all. while hes using a 650i with 533 ram, just to high light the contrast.

I'm waiting for the e7300 if they come out soon.

there will be jealous mean people XD
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my ram isnt holding me back from overclocking it is just killing my performance and i know im not going to be able to tell a difference between 4g and 4.5g as long as the 533mhz ram is ****ting on my system. You seem very rude for some reason lol.
Sorry if I came off rude, I was simply saying that sometimes people use it as a scapegoat which I find somewhat annoying..

And yeah, you are defiantly right though about "feeling the difference" with crap RAM

Best to set RAM to a 1:1 Divider with your FSB.. IE if you are running 4.28 ghz, thats a 1900 FSB (478 Bus..) a 1:1 divider means you have 950mhz on the RAM. Using 1:1 may slow down the RAM but since it is "synced" with the CPU bus, data communication hits a "sweet spot" and you get like 20% improvements over de-synced speeds.. For instance I had my RAM at 1000mhz 5-5-5-15, then I droped it to 962mhz to keep 1:1 and my bandwidth went from 10.9 GBPS to 12.3 GBPS on memory (tested using EVEREST)
    
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that's pretty sweet. I'll make sure to do that. It doesnt run at anything above 4.0ghz unless i want to feed it more than 1.36v, which i dont want to lol. Maybe after more people try it. I haven't actually heard of anyone killing a chip yet, but i don't want to be the test dummy. So i will be sittin at 1700fsb, what is that on the ram 1:1 850mhz right? I wonder what timings i will be able to run on that, and if 1:1 850 will still be quicker than 1:whatever at say 1200mhz. I'll post some tests once it comes in.
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that's pretty sweet. I'll make sure to do that. It doesnt run at anything above 4.0ghz unless i want to feed it more than 1.36v, which i dont want to lol. Maybe after more people try it. I haven't actually heard of anyone killing a chip yet, but i don't want to be the test dummy. So i will be sittin at 1700fsb, what is that on the ram 1:1 850mhz right? I wonder what timings i will be able to run on that, and if 1:1 850 will still be quicker than 1:whatever at say 1200mhz. I'll post some tests once it comes in.
1700 FSB is a 425 bus, yes its 850mhz

Do run tests, tightest timings in 1:1 versus max mhz on stock timings... more likely than not, you will get an improvement since you have such a massive frequency boost

Run testss
    
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hahaha, i just saw your newegg review. im thinking of getting this cpu for fooling around and seeing how high of an OC i can get outta it.
im too afraid of frying my brand new Q9450
    
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I would like to see some people with more money than brains and watercooling to see if vcores up to 1.5 really fry these chips or not. I know on my e4300 everyone told me not to go past 1.5, and i did 1.65 and 1.7 with my watercooling rig and hit 4.something ghz.
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I would like to see some people with more money than brains and watercooling to see if vcores up to 1.5 really fry these chips or not. I know on my e4300 everyone told me not to go past 1.5, and i did 1.65 and 1.7 with my watercooling rig and hit 4.something ghz.



a member on this forum is doing this with an E8400, you will see it soon as he is going to make the biggest firepit flaming thread in the world lol

hes been running 1.5V thru the chip for 20 days or so...
    
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ha. and yes there have been plenty of 45nm chips dieing from over voltage.
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need anything else? i woudln't just post this to start ****, i might be missing something lol
You have CPUZ ini file edited to show core VID, instead of core voltage.

Anyone can do the same. You go to CPUZ ini file, where default setting is Sensor=ON now change to Sensor=OFF. Now core temp will read CORE VID, instead of core voltage that you are at.

Or in your case, if you go back and turn the senors back on, they will show the core voltage you are at, instead of the VID of the chip.

I can turn the sensors off CPUZ, and on my E8400 and it will display my core VID max of 1.225, even though I may be at 4.3 with 1.42V.

Edited by opt33 - 6/27/08 at 9:42am
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