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I finally got my Sig rig up and running, I put it together and Bam. It ran like a charm, now for the OC'ing. Can anyone help me? And what do you guys think I can achieve with my System Specs?
    
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I use these 2 threads, and I am where I am because of them.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ing-guide.html

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=205132&page=3
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Wow, your RAM OC on your card is superb , i cant even get mine too hit 975MHz stable. *JaKe*
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with your system specs you can probably hit 4.0ghz. But each CPU is different. But since the e8400 E0 steppings have been great OCers and the mobo you have is also a great overclocker my guess would be anywhere between 3.8-4.2ghz 24/7 stable
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I guess I got some reading to do.
    
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Yea probably you will be able to hit 4.2 but not for 24/7. I say 4.0 for 24/7. Also What Heatsink will you be using?
    
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I will be using the Xig s1283.
The guy who I bought it said that he had it running 4.1GHz at approx 1.32v vcore (actual) and At 4.0GHz it was prime stable at 1.296v vcore
    
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post #8 of 22
Read some overclocking guides for your motherboard.
Basically, go for a 1:1 divider on your ram (so your ram and cpu work together, 1:1 [more stability across your system]) and ask that dude for the settings he used.
good luck
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Originally Posted by IamRolks View Post
I will be using the Xig s1283.
The guy who I bought it said that he had it running 4.1GHz at approx 1.32v vcore (actual) and At 4.0GHz it was prime stable at 1.296v vcore
Good choice on the cooler.

While it is nice to get a general idea of what your chip is capable of, don't go expecting the exact same stability at the same frequency and voltage... Every chip is different.

That being said, 4.0 should be a walk in the park for an E84. 4.1-4.3GHz is probably do-able with a decent chip..
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post #10 of 22
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I'ma try 4.0 in a bit.
    
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