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Not sure it it's stable and whether or not I will keep this chip, but I must admit ever since I started overclocking I've become addicted.
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Just worked mine up to 3.4 without thinking about it... I'll actually sit down and work on it tomorrow me thinks

Such a far cry from my 7750 Kuma at 2.9 HAHAHA
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i had an akuma 7750 too... and i got it up to 3.06 on a pos biostar mobo

just installed an aftermarket cooler and we'll see how high the clocks reach : )
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chilly View Post
The "Maximum" voltage that the CPU can handle for a Core i7 860 is 1.45v, I used to have mine at 1.41v for 4.0GHz.
actually, it's 1.55 according to the charts


Vcc = Vcore

and, surprisingly the PLL "max" is 1.98 on this one.

and a interesting thought for the 32nm chips;


1.40 Max Vcore..
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Yep, as I mentioned earlier - the 32nm's can't take the voltage the 45's can.


That being said, I got a chance to try out my new chip tonight.



Just a validation shot on water with hyperthreading on.

No, it's not stable.
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my i5-750 results have amazed me, it can do 3.8ghz @ 1.15v, now 4.0ghz @ 1.20v.

I started oc'ing by loading defaults, then setting all the voltages and settings manually at stock speed and manually setting ram settings. Slowly increased cpu freq, adding volts when necessary. While increasing, I use a 3 run test of LinX at max memory to check stability. Once I hit 3.8 and then 4.0 I did a 50 run pass. I haven't done any overnight p95 runs yet but have done some extended sessions of gaming.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Patch View Post
Yep, as I mentioned earlier - the 32nm's can't take the voltage the 45's can.


That being said, I got a chance to try out my new chip tonight.



Just a validation shot on water with hyperthreading on.

No, it's not stable.
That is brilliant Patch, im gonna have to get me one a them 32nm Clarky`z to play with because already they are breaking world records and theyve only been on the shelves for 3 mins.

So youve got that i5 670 just shy of 4.8 GHZ, on agua thatz bootifull you gotta get that thing stable, i reckon 4.6 1/2 with HT off but if i were you i wud attempt to get it stable @ something like 4.4 and let it bed in for 6 months or so them take it higher. Its never a good idea maxing out with a new chip because maturity helps overclocking too.

I wunt mind seeing some i3 results for comparison because all these 32nm chips were expected to scale new O/Clg hights and at the mo i can only afford an i3.

Hats off to Patch
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my i5-750 results have amazed me, it can do 3.8ghz @ 1.15v, now 4.0ghz @ 1.20v.

I started oc'ing by loading defaults, then setting all the voltages and settings manually at stock speed and manually setting ram settings. Slowly increased cpu freq, adding volts when necessary. While increasing, I use a 3 run test of LinX at max memory to check stability. Once I hit 3.8 and then 4.0 I did a 50 run pass. I haven't done any overnight p95 runs yet but have done some extended sessions of gaming.
You've got a nice 750 there

I havn't seen anyone hitting 4ghz stable with that little vcore..
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