Originally Posted by Patch
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