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That's pretty good, i'd keep pushing the clock. You have good temps and pretty low vcore.

I just realized that I need better ram. I can't get those timings at 1700mhz. I haven't tried going over 2k on the ram yet.
I think my chip is similar to "N7's" chip in that the extra 100Mhz to 4.2Ghz requires a good bit of voltage scaling to get long term stable. I've done some preliminary testing at both 210X20 and 200x21 but I think I'll wait for water before proceeding on. I'm now back to testing my X3440 with HT.
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post #672 of 1646
My chip does the same, just at a little higher speed. I just got my mb back from RMA 2 days ago and been messing with it trying to get my clocks back. I pretty much remembered most of the settings, so getting back to 4.3ghz was relatively easy. I tried pushing for more, but it just wasn't happening. My load vcore at 4.3ghz is 1.411v, i had it up to 1.43v and I couldn't get it stable at 4.34ghz. That's when I decided that it's not worth it to keep pushing.

I then tried to fine tune my settings at 4.3ghz. I lowered the vtt from 1.4v to 1.375 and got an instant BSOD. I continuously had windows problems, but now it seems fine. I also tried raising the memory divider and running it over 2k, but that didnt work well either. It was more like 2200mhz.

I haven't really tried using the 21x multi. I might try that out later, only time i've really used it was when I was benching at 4.6ghz.

I really would like to try out one of those X3440. Keep us posted, I'd like to see how it does.
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post #673 of 1646
Last time I had this chip in I was testing 195x20~3.9Ghz. At 4.0Ghz... HT creates much more heat and seems to require a little more VTT to keep all 8 treads working while running Prime. On this chip at 4.0Ghz LinX pushes my temps with the TRUE-push/pull in to the 80's. The HT i7's are good candidates for watercooling... these chips run HOT!

With HT off I think this chip would be stable with ~1.25/1.275v VTT and several notches down on the vcore. This overclock is running "without vdroop/LLC enabled" and my board overvolts to 1.376v load. Temps while runnning Prime were mostly mid to upper 70's.

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post #674 of 1646
Dropped the overclock back 100Mhz to 195x20~3.9Ghz and I was able to take off .0250v VTT and .04375v Vcore. At load the board overvolts vcore to1.329v with temps in the low 70's while running Prime.

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very nice results. I'll join you guys around Christmas, I've got another P55 FTW on the way (monday to be exact).
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What do you think about this scores, I try to OC my CPU with the stock cooler, (yea scary) a bit while the real Cooler arrived.
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post #677 of 1646
that's insane, those temps reached 99°c.
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post #678 of 1646
Should I just ditch my Intel DP55KG ,and grab one of these new Big Bang overclockers ????? Looks really frosty!!!!!! I am soo deep into this now ,I can't stop!!!!!
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post #679 of 1646
if you can't get above 4.0-4.2 then don't get the board. It wont help.
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Should I just ditch my Intel DP55KG ,and grab one of these new Big Bang overclockers ????? Looks really frosty!!!!!! I am soo deep into this now ,I can't stop!!!!!
Get the gd80 for a single gpu setup if you get anything. That board is expensive and doesn't really add much to the game. Sure x16/x16 crossfire/sli but nothing else.
    
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