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Just hit 4.0Ghz 3dMark 06 stable, also got to 4.1 but it wasnt even stable enough to take a print screen...

PS: Will upload some pics shortly...
HA3AP, excellent job. These new Phenoms are just amazing OC'ers.

I look forward to seeing the screen shots

Good luck
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Are you guys that are doing the AOD thing with .14 or .15? I am afraid to try t again.
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well i decided to do an experiment... and guess what, these freakin things really do like colder operating temps.

i was never able to boot windows (any version) above 3.95GHz, no matter how many volts i threw at it. well, after putting my cpu radiator in a bucket of ice water, i was actually able to boot at 4.01GHz @ 1.55v and take a screen shot. i also tried doing a half multi bump to 4.12GHz, but no go. it's enough to justify spending some cash on a TEC setup for now and later, phase.

notice the 14.2°C temp on the front display panel... that's the inline temp probe for the loop






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besides water and air is there anything that is computer safe 24/7?
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i would say phase change is the best 24/7 chilling solution. TEC's can do fairly well, but the amount of power used adds a bit of monthly charges to your electricity bill. far more than a single stage phase.
    
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I managed to squeeze out 3.5Ghz on my 920 (Stepping CACVC AC 0849BPMW) today (Just got it up and running this afternoon). Not bad considering how limited the Biostar TA790GX3 A2+ motherboard is when it comes to overclocking options. I also need a couple more case fans (only using the two stock Antec 300 fans). Oh yeah and ambient temperature isn't that cold right now, so my load temps are maxed at 57 degrees. And this ram sux for overclocking, that's why I have to bump up the voltage more than needed.



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i would say phase change is the best 24/7 chilling solution. TEC's can do fairly well, but the amount of power used adds a bit of monthly charges to your electricity bill. far more than a single stage phase.
Will need to do some research on phase change thxs pixie. +rep.
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HA3AP, excellent job. These new Phenoms are just amazing OC'ers.

I look forward to seeing the screen shots

Good luck
Thanks, here's the promised screen shot, sorry for the delay, had some things to take care of...

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^^^Jeese nice work.
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