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Yeah. These things run hot. As was said, 4.2 isn't exactly bad however.
oh not at all

i was just curious as to what can actually be obtained from these things

still can't get a clear answer as to whether the lynnfield 750 (which is basically a 920 D0 without HT) will be cooler because it's 95w vs 130. ergo for a max OC you'd be better off with the i5.
    
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as for the motherboard guy... asus p6t's are a treat, mates got one.

hence me surfing the i7 threads now
    
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k..so i OCed my D0 to 4ghz...it passed 20x linx test at 1.2v cpu voltage with load temps of 73C...
but in prime95...the screen froze after 15 mins....

what i do?
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Doesnt matter, they all overclock the same, with these chipsets its alllll based on the chip, no longer based on the board. get any board you want, just make sure it has the features/percs you need. on my 775 chipset i had the ep45-ud3p, on this i7 build I went ud3r just because its cheaper and the overclocking is based on the chip, not the board, so find the cheapest board you can find thats a decent brand name with decent features.
not entirely true. Upto 3.8-3.9 Ghz, may be a valid statement but beyond that, you need good PWM to get stable. You need a good mobo beyond 4Ghz for sure. Evga x58 SLI, Asus P6T V2, Giga Extreme are good boards, have them all. evga is my favorite for overclocking.
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k..so i OCed my D0 to 4ghz...it passed 20x linx test at 1.2v cpu voltage with load temps of 73C...
but in prime95...the screen froze after 15 mins....

what i do?
What Prime95 test were you running? If Small FFTs use more vcore, if blend, make sure your memory is stable if its overclocked at all.

This is why I don't use linpack testing. It passes the test that's supposedly much more stressful, then fails prime95.
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What Prime95 test were you running? If Small FFTs use more vcore, if blend, make sure your memory is stable if its overclocked at all.

This is why I don't use linpack testing. It passes the test that's supposedly much more stressful, then fails prime95.
thnx..ill do that
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not entirely true. Upto 3.8-3.9 Ghz, may be a valid statement but beyond that, you need good PWM to get stable. You need a good mobo beyond 4Ghz for sure. Evga x58 SLI, Asus P6T V2, Giga Extreme are good boards, have them all. evga is my favorite for overclocking.
Are you referring to this EVGA http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813188039 or this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813188048 ? Also, would the Classified be better then the Asus Rampage II Extreme or the same, also what would the difference between the two mobo's listed be?
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also...wat load temps on prime and other tests should i MAX allow the core temps to rise to?
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also...wat load temps on prime and other tests should i MAX allow the core temps to rise to?
Personally I'd stay below 80C.
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Personally I'd stay below 80C.
noted...
btw...how long should i run the prime small fft test for?
Edited by akeedthe - 8/16/09 at 6:54pm
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