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ive checked my cpu and its not sandy bridge...but what it that mean?can i overclock it as much as i want?or there is a limit where i stop?
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Add me in, i'm using this cooler as well!
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I got the medium speed fans, and they dropped my ambient temps by about 45 degrees and under load the temps stayed about the same strangely but after some more testing load temps only dropped 1-2 degrees using push pull compared to just one push using the blademaster
   
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Quote:
Originally Posted by UCLAKoolman;13534285 
Well I just gave my Core i5 2500K a small bump from 3.3 GHz to 4.0, and my idle temps only rose from 30 to 33 celcius, and never rose above 60 during 3DMark 11 benchmarks or 3 hours of Crysis 2. My 3DMark scores jumped 300 points as well after the overclock!

Score before overclock: http://3dmark.com/3dm11/1214713
Score after OC to 4.0 GHz: http://3dmark.com/3dm11/1214816

This is a great cooler! Is anyone else using it with the 2500K, and what are you overclocking to?

Small bump?! wth.gif
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Originally Posted by reizack;13534412 
hmm excuse me is there anything less complicated...i mean i dont want to spend my time reading all that stuff...can u just suggest what to do with my system..i would really appreciate it!

You can't be serious? You will need to do some research before overclocking or it's money down the drain...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Krusher33;13536669 
Small bump?! wth.gif

The default processor settings allows it to automatically boost itself to 3.7 GHz. 4.0 can be achieved with only a multiplier change, so yeah its not a huge leap of faith. I ran Prime95 all night w/o problems. Lots of people are clocking the 2500K to 4.5-5.0 GHz on air-cooling, but I can't see myself doing that anytime soon.
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Originally Posted by mfranco702;13534327 
2500K 4.80 GHZ 1.392v still testing the temps just got it today smile.gifbiggrin.gif:), whats your peak voltage and max temp under prime95 stress?

That's awesome if you can stably overclock that high! My peak temp was 56 degrees on core 3. I didn't check the peak voltage. Could you recommend a good program to check this?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by UCLAKoolman;13538734 
The default processor settings allows it to automatically boost itself to 3.7 GHz. 4.0 can be achieved with only a multiplier change, so yeah its not a huge leap of faith. I ran Prime95 all night w/o problems. Lots of people are clocking the 2500K to 4.5-5.0 GHz on air-cooling, but I can't see myself doing that anytime soon.

Oh I understand 3.7 to 4.0 as small bump. But 3.3 to 4.0 is pretty dang good bump IMO.
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so after a lot of thought i decided to buy the new i7 2600k before the end of this summer...how much better is it going to be in comparison with my currect i7 950?
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Personally, I'd just wait and see what Bulldozer does. Although since I already have an AM3+ motherboard, I'll be going bulldozer either way, as It'll be cheaper. ( Hopefully )
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Quote:
Originally Posted by chinesethunda;13535884 
I got the medium speed fans, and they dropped my ambient temps by about 45 degrees and under load the temps stayed about the same strangely but after some more testing load temps only dropped 1-2 degrees using push pull compared to just one push using the blademaster

That's about what I have been expecting the Medium Yates to do in Push/Pull. Thanks for confirming it for me and saving me the expense of ordering another one to test it out with.
Quote:
Originally Posted by reizack;13534412 
hmm excuse me is there anything less complicated...i mean i dont want to spend my time reading all that stuff...can u just suggest what to do with my system..i would really appreciate it!

Overclocking isn't a set it and forget it type of process. You need to do some research and reading to learn how to do it right and why you make the changes you do. If you aren't willing to do the reading and work to learn how to do it right then you shouldn't be doing it at all.

Besides, why should those who took the time spending hours and hours of research and testing to learn the right way to do it just tell you all of the shortcuts? Sorry, it doesn't work that way. The people who wrote the guides have done the research and testing and took the time to post the guides for you to learn from. That is as much of a shortcut as you need, and definitely all of the shortcut you deserve. There is just something about someone asking for the information to be handed to them on a silver platter because they are too lazy to do any work themselves that just makes me want to just completely ignore them altogether and tell them to get lost.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PapaSmurf;13540597 
That's about what I have been expecting the Medium Yates to do in Push/Pull. Thanks for confirming it for me and saving me the expense of ordering another one to test it out with.



Overclocking isn't a set it and forget it type of process. You need to do some research and reading to learn how to do it right and why you make the changes you do. If you aren't willing to do the reading and work to learn how to do it right then you shouldn't be doing it at all.

Besides, why should those who took the time spending hours and hours of research and testing to learn the right way to do it just tell you all of the shortcuts? Sorry, it doesn't work that way. The people who wrote the guides have done the research and testing and took the time to post the guides for you to learn from. That is as much of a shortcut as you need, and definitely all of the shortcut you deserve. There is just something about someone asking for the information to be handed to them on a silver platter because they are too lazy to do any work themselves that just makes me want to just completely ignore them altogether and tell them to get lost.


Yeah, overclocking isn't something that's easy that's for sure, I still can't get my Athlon II over 3.63 when it's unlocked, although after much research I know it CAN do it, but the voltage it requires is waaay to high for me to use it like that every day. ( 1.6+ ) But then again Athlon IIs don't overclock that good either. The day I get bulldozer though, before I put it in, I'm going to volt the sh** out of my CPU, and see if I can't get a 4.5GHZ stable for more than 20 min. Of course it will be on a CM 212+ too.
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