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post #3291 of 4653
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I bet thats it ... Probably cuz it a RC they dont have the best driver support.

Even at release, probably win7 will be a little slower than winxp, which is a lot lighter than both win vista and win7.
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Yeah, probably WinXP... reason why I never bothered upgrading to Vista.

Funny how before the upgrade, the Athlon 64 was the bottleneck. Now, with a 4GHz processor, the GTS250/video card is the bottleneck once again.
    
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I'm just gonna settle at 3.2Ghz with 1.37 vcore.

I dont wanna kill it. lol.
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Yeah, 1.37V is pretty high already. I'm gonna leave mine at 1.35V... no more.
    
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You can do 1.46 on these chips. just watch those temps.
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Actually no, CPU-Z is reporting it incorrectly. I'm also running Rightmark CPU Clock Utility, and it was running at 4.0GHz when IntelBurnTest was going full blast.

Also, when I boot up, the MSI BIO screen shows 3961 MHz.

I think CPU-Z isn't supporting this cheap-o motherboard of mine properly.
What is your set multi and FSB?

They never lie.

What were your temps under IBT?

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You can do 1.46 on these chips. just watch those temps.
That's what bugs me about 65nm+ guys jumping into 45nm chips. They can't take overvolting like that. You will fry within a year.

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You can do 1.46 on these chips. just watch those temps.
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My set BIOS is 12.5 and FSB is 320. And, like I said, MSI BIOS boots at 3961MHz.

Trust me, it's CPU-Z. If I really cared about pushing it more, I'd try higher voltage and even higher clock. Really don't care for the bragging rights.

My temps with the arctic freezer doesn't go above 65C under IBT. Been running for Orthos for a couple hours, seems pretty nice and stable!

And, agreed on the going nuts with voltage. Intel's data spec even says 1.45V max. In all honesty, you should be nowhere near that.

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What is your set multi and FSB?

They never lie.

What were your temps under IBT?

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EDIT:



That's what bugs me about 65nm+ guys jumping into 45nm chips. They can't take overvolting like that. You will fry within a year.

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My set BIOS is 12.5 and FSB is 320. And, like I said, MSI BIOS boots at 3961MHz.

Trust me, it's CPU-Z. If I really cared about pushing it more, I'd try higher voltage and even higher clock. Really don't care for the bragging rights.

My temps with the arctic freezer doesn't go above 65C under IBT. Been running for Orthos for a couple hours, seems pretty nice and stable!

And, agreed on the going nuts with voltage. Intel's data spec even says 1.45V max. In all honesty, you should be nowhere near that.
Personally I would be worried about venturing over 1.4v
These aren't as tough of chips as the 65nm.

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BTW, here's proof the cheap-o budget MSI motherboard I picked up with the CPU in a combo special from Fry's got some software support issues. You can see from the screenshot how the CPU is obviously running 4.0GHz, but the damn thing is reported at 12.0x and 1.250V (which is already proven wrong because at least CPU-Z was showing 1.35V accurately).
    
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