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Well this is Overclock.net after all.
So I thought I'd share. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1331835


Sort of feels like I've been banging my head against the wall. Not sure why I tried it. Just had an itch to try to get the 22 multiplier stable using the Offset Voltage. I kept thinking I had it close, everything running smooth at decent voltage then bam BSOD. Couple of hard ones too, cleared CMOS twice today. Well I guess its past 2:00 AM so today and yesterday LOL. Once somehow I dropped the battery into the bottom case fan, oh that was fun to get out. I'm giving up for the day, doubt I bother messing with 22 again. It was a fun day off though.
Edited by ~sizzzle~ - 8/5/10 at 12:40am
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Hello all, just wanted to post a comment about how much I'm loving this motherboard. This is my first time overclocking and I was so happy I found xmisery's post showing the specs he used in the bios.

I basically used his specs for the 4.01ghz OC and upped my ram timings to what they are supposed to run at. Below is a snapshot of CPU-Z. I hope this is enough to get me added to the 4Ghz list. I'll try to get a picture of my setup soon and post it here. I used the 920 (D0 stepping) and a Venomous X.

Edited by Bandeezee - 8/5/10 at 12:26am
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Well this is Overclock.net after all.
So I thought I'd share. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1331835
Nice, glad you had fun >.<

Having my 3.8GHz OC stable (probably for winter ^^) I managed to undervolt my i7 930 for the summer 24/7 use.

cpu-z
3.04 GHz (160x19)
vcore = 1.00v (benching with 0.9875v right now, looking good)

Temps are awesome now, load 59ºC (ambient 28ºC) 4h prime95, so happy ! ^.^

If everything goes right with 0.9875v I'll keep lowering vcore till the lowest stable.


Edited by _Chimera - 8/5/10 at 12:35am
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Very Nice Bandeezee. Great first overclock there. 1st post too, Welcome aboard. Not sure what you need to get on the list but you should get a validation on it just in case.

Hey can I get on the list too ?


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Nice, glad you had fun >.<

Having my 3.8GHz OC stable (probably for winter ^^) I managed to undervolt my i7 930 for the summer 24/7 use.

cpu-z
3.04 GHz (160x19)
vcore = 1.00v (benching with 0.9875v right now, looking good)

Temps are awesome now, load 59ºC (ambient 28ºC) so happy ! ^.^

Nice undervolt. I wonder if you could combine that with voltage scaling for some insane low temps ?
Edited by ~sizzzle~ - 8/5/10 at 12:36am
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Nice undervolt. I wonder if you could combine that with voltage scaling for some insane low temps ?
When I find the lastest vcore possible will raise it by 0.00625 and enable that power saving things =D

ty

EDIT: BSOD after 3h of prime95, going back to 1.00vcore and enabled speedstep and c1e. (checking stabilty again)



cpu-z validation

Summer OC completed (stable with power savings), my next goal is 0.8X vcore at stock speed, just 4 teh lulz !
Edited by _Chimera - 8/5/10 at 2:25am
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OK, here's my validation. Oh, and if xmisery is listening, Corsair has a new closed loop watercooling setup out. It's the H70 and it's supposed to cool better than the H50 (just in case you didn't hear about it).

Edited by Bandeezee - 8/5/10 at 8:39am
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OK... to answer my own question. I gave up on that 1333 ram. Even though it was "Everest stable"@ 1531MHz, it wasn't Prime 95 stable at anything over 1333 no matter how loose the timings or how much extra juice I gave it...might have got it eventually but since my vendor took it back with no hasles, I bought ome GSkil Trident DDR200...

Long story short... Prime stable (4 hrs and counting) @ 1551 7-8-7-20-88 1T with just the default voltages from xmisery'd 4.01GHz OC. Good enough for now
I have the same processor, mobo and RAM as you. Could you tell me what numbers to enter to try those timings? I'm new at this and this is my first post. I've clocked to 4.01ghz using xmisery's numbers by the book, but I'd like to take the RAM timing down (it's currently auto-set to 9-9-9-24). How do I change all the numbers? Thanks in advance. -Mark
 
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so my board is dead and im picking up one of these tomorrow at mc. now i read the differences in the op. and so far i see a lot of people opting for the e instead of the premium. there is a 60 dollar price diff between the 2. so my question to current owners am i really not gonna miss anything by going with the e version and not the premium?? aside from the already stated once. keep in mind that i only do a mild oc of 3 to 3.2 on my chip so im not gunning for any records.

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so my board is dead and im picking up one of these tomorrow at mc. now i read the differences in the op. and so far i see a lot of people opting for the e instead of the premium. there is a 60 dollar price diff between the 2. so my question to current owners am i really not gonna miss anything by going with the e version and not the premium?? aside from the already stated once. keep in mind that i only do a mild oc of 3 to 3.2 on my chip so im not gunning for any records.

thanks in advance
For just a "Mild" OC your probably gonna spend too much on this board its like buying a tank just to drive to your local supermarket and painting it pink.

But your not gonna notice alot of difference between the two boards unless you really want 2 lan ports. So unless you can find a good bargain and get the premium for the same price as the e just take the e. Still you'll most likely get infected with the OC desease and go for more then just 3 or 3.2
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For just a "Mild" OC your probably gonna spend too much on this board its like buying a tank just to drive to your local supermarket and painting it pink.

But your not gonna notice alot of difference between the two boards unless you really want 2 lan ports. So unless you can find a good bargain and get the premium for the same price as the e just take the e. Still you'll most likely get infected with the OC desease and go for more then just 3 or 3.2
im an oc noob so im very afraid to really push it he he i did make it up to 3.8 on my re 2 he he i just dont want to spend too much time on playing with it but i want to have the option when that bug bites me again ... looking like e it is. will report back morrow with pics
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