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I got mine up to 4,202mhz but not stable at all. I am gonna do some more reading. about voltages. I get up to 70c though under full load w/ my Dark knight.
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Yeah, I can only pass 48min on OCCT. I've lowered the multiplier to 20, and I am going to adjust the settings and voltages, as I was getting about 72C on my Mugen 2. Let's see how this works. =D
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hey when u guys get stable settings at 4 ghz and above would you mind posting detailed description of all of ur bios settings?

that would be awesome!
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Originally Posted by Zipperhead View Post
Newegg has some real good deals on openbox asrock i7 mobo's. Anyone know the significant deference between the delux and supercomputer?

Link http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...k+i7&x=19&y=27
The SuperComputer is meant to be a Workstation board, while the Deluxe is a souped-up X58 Extreme.
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My temps are not so good, and I think its because of my case i tried reseating my heatsink and reapplying the cheap silver paste, and that just made things worst. It gets into the mid 60's at the most, and usually hovers in the high 50's for my cpu. I get much higher temps durning IBT.
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My temps are idle 38*c and with IBT test 53*c on air
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My temps are not so good, and I think its because of my case i tried reseating my heatsink and reapplying the cheap silver paste, and that just made things worst. It gets into the mid 60's at the most, and usually hovers in the high 50's for my cpu. I get much higher temps durning IBT.
Its the cheap thermal paste then, getting artic silver, you would see a 5c drop or so.
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