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Looks like this E5700 isn't going to do much, at least on air. More voltage causes it to crash at a lower clock. Oh well, fun while it lasted.

Now to put it back in the computer I'm giving to my ex-sister-in-law.

http://valid.canardpc.com/qmctir

Was this valid done on air? If so that's really not a bad CPU at all. Those things don't get above 5GHz much anyway.

Yeah it's on air. It's an old ThermalRight SI-128SE with a Yate Loon D12SH-12 fan that I'm using with a bolt thru kit from Sidewinder Computers (when he was still in business).

Had a little better luck with an E8400 though. I either need a zub-zero day here or an alternative cooling solution to really give these things a thorough thrashing, but I do what I can with what I have to work with.

Hope everyone is having a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday.

http://valid.canardpc.com/1x0396
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Honestly though, the E5700 overclock is a lot more impressive, might be worth checking the max FSB for that chip to see if it's worth taking cold. If you can get around 340FSB then you have a good chance of getting a very high clock from it going cold. That is if that's something you'd like to do of course.
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I can't seem to find my validation, it's an older score on my 3960. Having a heck of a time trying to get the 5900 series anywhere.


http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1921080




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Looks like this E5700 isn't going to do much, at least on air. More voltage causes it to crash at a lower clock. Oh well, fun while it lasted.

Now to put it back in the computer I'm giving to my ex-sister-in-law.

http://valid.canardpc.com/qmctir

Think your's is pretty good for a 5 series..

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2502123
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Looks like this E5700 isn't going to do much, at least on air. More voltage causes it to crash at a lower clock. Oh well, fun while it lasted.

Now to put it back in the computer I'm giving to my ex-sister-in-law.

http://valid.canardpc.com/qmctir

Think your's is pretty good for a 5 series..

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2502123

But you threw a lot less voltage at yours. While we both achieved about the same increase in MHz, yours was a better percentage increase.

Wonder what that E5200 would have done with more voltage. biggrin.gif
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I have been running this for past half year stable, i may go a bit higher, but not for now, maybe when i change my cpu waterblock. It is water cooled only for about 3 months now and i was able to get this clock also on my old CM 612.

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post #5087 of 5818
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But you threw a lot less voltage at yours. While we both achieved about the same increase in MHz, yours was a better percentage increase.

Wonder what that E5200 would have done with more voltage. biggrin.gif

I still don't think you realize just how good your E5700 was tongue.gif

The E5xxx R0 chips do seem to bug out at 335MHz FSB quite often, so the E5200 went as far as you'd expect really.

At the end of the day the only difference between the two chips is the multiplier which is why you were able to get your E5700 higher because those chips hit a FSB limit pretty damn quickly.
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http://valid.x86.fr/db19yf

here is an update as i got a new CPU this week
post #5089 of 5818
Another one for add to the list...

i5-4670k @ 5.7GHz

http://valid.canardpc.com/8r1v8r
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Okay, finally got a handle on the EVGA FTW bios.

Pulled out most of my hair, no nails left but I had fun right??? RIGHT!!! lolz

Looks like I managed to get a decent chip. I'm still working on lowering the voltages and haven't gotten the gpu on water as the block is on

it's way...

Nothing but adjusting the vcore and boost: http://valid.canardpc.com/pedf5f

4.589 Ghz 5960x using an EVGA X99 FTW. Looked at my loop and decided if I change a cpl of things i'll get slightly better flow rates.

I thought I had a 4.6 validation but have to look on the desktop, as I haven't received the email yet...

Anyway, looking forward to the gpu block getting here and improving the cooling a bit more.

Anyone here have the same board who knows a bit more about adjusting the ring and vsa voltages? I'm hoping to get it to 5 if the cooling

works out like I hope, not holding my breath, very happy with the chip so far as it is
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