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post #301 of 4653
I asked particularly between those 2 coolers...whats the best?
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post #302 of 4653
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@Minu94 :
I personally would take the Vendetta 2 seems to be doing really good cooling this chip i dont know about the xigmatek.

I was able to hit 4 Ghz with 1.472V (CPU-Z), which is not really much better than on the P5N-E SLI. At least i don't have those annoying fsb holes anymore and this board can actually maintain a lower multi than default after a reboot. Heres a screen shot:



I didnt bother stability checking even though it might have been quite stable since i hit 79C almost immediately after starting Small FFT's.

Im quite happy with that super pi time of 13.954s.

Heres a CPU-Z Validation:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=448178
Edited by overclockerfx - 11/18/08 at 11:30am
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post #303 of 4653
I didnt bother stability checking even though it might have been quite stable since i hit 79C almost immediately after starting Small FFT's.


Man thats a big temp...i think ill get the Zerotherm FZ120
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post #304 of 4653
Well I think I'm going to settle on this for my 24/7 OC. If I push must past 3.6ghz it'll BSOD even if I increase the volts significantly and the chip seems to be FSB limited at about 350mhz. So this seems the best I can manage whilst maintaining a reasonable Vcore of 1.325v in the BIOS (and 128 under laod after Vdroop).



Qite pleased with it myself, I've basically got a chip that'll outperform an E8500 for less than £60, not bad at all. Temps, never pass 52C, thanks to the excellent Akasa 965, a snip at a measly £12, why people still recommend the Freezer Pro when this outperforms it for £5 less, I'll never know.
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post #305 of 4653
^ props on that 3.6ghz @ only 1.296v! my cpuz reads 1.352 and bios is 1.38125v

how much voltage can u do @ 4ghz?
    
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^ props on that 3.6ghz @ only 1.296v! my cpuz reads 1.352 and bios is 1.38125v

how much voltage can u do @ 4ghz?
Once I get past ~3.6ghz I have to start giving it significant voltage increases just for nominal increases in clockspeeds, so I doubt I could get the chip stable @ 4ghz whilst staying within Intel recommended voltage settings. Though it IS tempting to try, I can't afford to replace this right now so the last thing I want to do is damage it with stupid volts. I think I might give 1.4v in the BIOS a try though, because after Vdroop it should still be below the recommended 1.3625v.

Edit: Well I set it 1.4v in the BIOS and 4ghz failed to boot into Windows but 3.96ghz managed it just fine, gives me a voltage of 1.36v after Vdroop once under load, so still within spec. which is nice. I'll check if its stable in a moment.



All in all it looks like I've got a pretty tasty chip on my hands. I have a feeling it was the high FSB that stopped 4ghz as 345 is the highest stable setting I've managed in the past. I'll try it with a higher multiplier next time and see if that sorts it out.

Edit 2: Well its running OCCT just fine so I'm going to ahve another shot at 4ghz, wish me luck.
Edited by brain_stew - 11/20/08 at 8:10am
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post #307 of 4653
I've got 3.5Ghz with 12.5 multi at 1120FSB with vcore at 1.2880v. Vdroop modded and actually raises to 1.2888v at load. Just ran Orthos over night. This will prbly be the 24/7 settings for this 750i rig.

My max FSB seems to be 314 internal FBS for the CPU. Not to pleased with that. I see the FSB wall everyone is taling about. I was really wanting to use 1333 external FSB, but it doesn't look like it's going to happen for me.
    
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post #308 of 4653
nice 345fsb, i think my blackhole is 322fsb

i gotta try 322x12.5 one of these days but im too lazy to bios...hvn't oc in a month

i guess different mobos give diff FSBs
    
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In this case it's chip limitation not mobo.
    
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post #310 of 4653
4ghz was a no go even with a 320 internal FSB and voltage one notch above 1.4v in the BIOS. I'm not prepared to pump in anymore volts than that and honestly my current OC is just the right balance of speed and voltage. Quite happy with the 345fsb as many chips don't seem to be able to manage much more than that.

On another note, I just made the switch from 2 to 6GB and Vista x64 is so much smoother, it runs like a dream now.
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