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post #3351 of 4653
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Originally Posted by kirayamato26 View Post
Yeah, some times, small OCs can require ridiculous amounts of voltage. I'd say 1.4V in BIOS without LLC is reasonable for 24/7 as long as your temperature is under 75C in Linpack, most programs can't heat it up much more than 55C at 1.4V anyways.
I cant understand - I dont have a heat problem 62C using Linpack@330x10 -1.3875 in BIOS
My prob is I am frightened to give it more voltage.
I have pumped it up to 1.45V in BIOS however, clocked at 3700mhz and heat is still only 65C in linpack - Should I be brave guys?
So is it the voltage, the speed in mhz or the heat that kills it off?
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It is a combination of all of them, but from the research I've done, voltage is the number 1 culprit. But look, processors were designed to last at least 10 years, and Intel ships them with 1.3625V VID, so as you can see, anything under 1.3625V (without LLC) will last at least 10 years. The next culprit is speed, these things were only designed to last so many clock cycles, so by increasing the cycle speeds, u shorten the life effectively. Heat is like, eh, most things won't drive processors higher than 60C even with 1.45V VCore, and 60C is perfectly within reason.
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Agreed . My Hits 60c with some video editing and music editing. but its fast . and ill probably upgrade within a year or so. Plus the chips on 60 buck not like burning out an i7..
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post #3354 of 4653
If I burnt out an i7 I'd be crying, I mean, the cost for 1 i7 920 is like the cost of my CPU, motherboard, GPU, HDD and RAM combined. Mine hits 60C only when stress testing on a hot day, otherwise, it's under 50C most the time.
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Originally Posted by kirayamato26 View Post
It is a combination of all of them, but from the research I've done, voltage is the number 1 culprit. But look, processors were designed to last at least 10 years, and Intel ships them with 1.3625V VID, so as you can see, anything under 1.3625V (without LLC) will last at least 10 years. The next culprit is speed, these things were only designed to last so many clock cycles, so by increasing the cycle speeds, u shorten the life effectively. Heat is like, eh, most things won't drive processors higher than 60C even with 1.45V VCore, and 60C is perfectly within reason.
Thanks for that - These chips are weird for sure, you can get 3300 with a lot lower vcore than me, but my bus speed is fine to 358. Maybe its your mobo holding you back? I tried upping vvt to 1.34v which does nothing for stability.
On my board only vcore gets me the stability. I am just gonna have to be happy with what I have.
And you guys are right - Its not like its an expensive chip or anything, hell my last chip was a X2 4200+ and I paid nearly $300 for that. I did overclock that from day one though without upping vcore and went from 2.2 to 2.7 on air. I never worried about cooking that one (well the first few months I was a little on edge I must admit). Its still going strong now on a work PC nearly 3 years later.
I forgot to mention I paid nearly $400 for my 7900gt and replaced it less than a year later with an 8800gt for $200. The speed difference was amazing. You know what its like though when you have just replaced everything, you worry you are gonna break something. Gotta grow me some balls again methinks
Edited by avkdm - 5/30/09 at 2:57pm
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hi
i am a noob, and i have this system: http://www.overclock.net/system.php?i=30325
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i am trying to overclock my cpu to 3 ghz (or may be a little bit more) without changing the voltage, or if i have to, not much that it would void my cpu or ram warranties

what is the easiest way to achieve this ?

note: my mobo, doesn't seem to be a good overclocker: http://forums.anandtech.com/messagev...readid=2279732

many thanx in advance
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The moment you touch your FSB, multiplier, or voltage, your warranty's gone.the only way to keep your warranty is if you don't OC. And yeah, underclocking will void your warranty too, I read through the Intel manual, and it stated that if it runs more than +/- 1% off its rated speeds, then your warranty is void.
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The moment you touch your FSB, multiplier, or voltage, your warranty's gone.the only way to keep your warranty is if you don't OC. And yeah, underclocking will void your warranty too, I read through the Intel manual, and it stated that if it runs more than +/- 1% off its rated speeds, then your warranty is void.
damn !!!

screw the warranties then !

how can i overclock to 3.2 for example ? (as this review say with my mobo, i can't go much beyond that)
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Either BSEL mod it to like 333 FSB, or try upping FSB to 266. You might have to up VCore as well.
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Either BSEL mod it to like 333 FSB, or try upping FSB to 266. You might have to up VCore as well.
ok, after doing some googling (to understand the meaning of "BSEL mod") i'de rather not do any physical alteration to the cpu, and just do software alteration

upping the fsb to 266 which should give about 3.3 ghz seems good to me

so how can i do that exactly, do i just go to bios and change the fsb from 200 to 266, or do i have to change other things, such as ram parameters

and what is a reasonable value in ur opinion that i should up the VCore to ?

and do i change the VCore in bios too ?
Edited by Babylonian - 5/30/09 at 4:01pm
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