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Hey,you running some big volts their man,pretty high for water,If you disable 2 cores and HT should help you to drop volts at those speeds.Considering the volts you are running your temps are pretty good but you can drop them at those speeds to be in safe range

wouldn't that affect the superpi benchmark?
it was just a superpi benchmark at 5.2GHz when computer was cooled by AC blowing into the case, water loop temps dropped to 13C, I run 4.9-5ghz daily with much lower volts however at much higher ambient room temps (30C at computer intake with room heating on) ...
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wouldn't that affect the superpi benchmark?
it was just a superpi benchmark at 5.2GHz when computer was cooled by AC blowing into the case, water loop temps dropped to 13C, I run 4.9-5ghz daily with much lower volts however at much higher ambient room temps (30C at computer intake with room heating on) ...

Superpi is a single thread benchmark, so disabling HT and/or a couple cores will be fine. Might even allow a few more Mhz.
    
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Superpi is a single thread benchmark, so disabling HT and/or a couple cores will be fine. Might even allow a few more Mhz.

thanks! I didn't realize that redface.gif
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Superpi is a single thread benchmark, so disabling HT and/or a couple cores will be fine. Might even allow a few more Mhz.
Yep this ^^^^^ and yeah mabe few more mhz,
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SonDa5 - 6m 45.790s - Ivy Bridge 3570k @ 5000mhz / MSI Mpower Z77/ Gskill Trident X @ 2400 10-12-11-30 1T / DT SNIIPER Block (water cooled)

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Vishera 5 Ghz 32m run. Haven't seen one posted yet so here you go
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Very nice work Loud and nice chip you have there. thumb.gif

I wonder if sub 50s is possible at 6700, I think it might just be thought it's still a bit of a stretch. I'll start some more 32m testing soon, this chip I have should be able to do 6.7 - 6.75 32m so it's time for an updated score. biggrin.gif
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Very nice work Loud and nice chip you have there. thumb.gif
I wonder if sub 50s is possible at 6700, I think it might just be thought it's still a bit of a stretch. I'll start some more 32m testing soon, this chip I have should be able to do 6.7 - 6.75 32m so it's time for an updated score. biggrin.gif

Well it looks like it is possible with cold on memory, but it looks like 6760 mhz is needed.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2290972_sofos1990_superpi_32m_core_i7_3770k_4min_49sec_938ms/

IMC is not strong on my chip and getting 2553 to run with tight timings was a chore. My chip has a bit more in it, according to the prior owner so I will try it on Asus and see how that goes:thumb:
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Well it looks like it is possible with cold on memory, but it looks like 6760 mhz is needed.
http://hwbot.org/submission/2290972_sofos1990_superpi_32m_core_i7_3770k_4min_49sec_938ms/
IMC is not strong on my chip and getting 2553 to run with tight timings was a chore. My chip has a bit more in it, according to the prior owner so I will try it on Asus and see how that goes:thumb:

Wow, I would have expected things to scale a little further than that with tight timings and a CPU speed increase, though I have found it's harder to drop seconds as you go up in core speed.

That's a pity, nice core speed and lacking in an IMC seems to be how it goes. My chip isn't the strongest I've had but I'm hoping it still does alright at cold with 2666 and tight timings. Good luck with future runs dude, you're doing some awesome work with 32m right now. thumb.gif
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