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i have a d0 stepping, do you have ht on or off? i have it off..

ambient of 29 degrees, what is your ambient temp? maybe that's the one keeping my temps high...

what fan configuration do you have? i have 2 xigmatek on a pushpull intake from the rear on a haf 932 case..
I have HT off. Not sure of my ambient but my motherboard says 29c. I am running the push pull configuration in an antec 1200 case.

Does anyone know If Tri-fire will fit and work for this case/Mobo?

Im uploading pictures now.

This is at idle:


This is With Intel burn test maximum and Furmark running at the same time for 10 mins.


Pics of the Setup:



Edited by 00Smurf - 2/14/10 at 9:45pm
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I have HT off. Not sure of my ambient but my motherboard says 29c. I am running the push pull configuration in an antec 1200 case.
i just stressed my oc with just intelburn test alone. do i need to stress intelburn test with another stress program?

the ambient temp i'm saying is the room temp, not the inside the case temp.

what is your room temp?
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I'm not sure what it is, I'm in the basement and its pretty chilly I'd prolly say 23-26C ambient then.

I only tested with the furmark and, the burn test at the same time so that I could be sure I would have no issues with my video card and cpu both maxed out. It really stresses things. And puts some heat in the case, mine has good airflow I've only ever seen the mobo at 30C.
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Ok sign me up! Got one at last



Overclocking and build log to follow. My 920 would do 4Ghz on 1.28 Volts on my Bloodrage so looking to better that
post some pic of final build when you done ya?
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Hi all.....

A nice find this particular thread and a wealth of knowledge to be found here.

I have had years and years of experience with building my own computers but never have I really given any consideration to the end product, so long as it went, did what I needed it to and was cheap.

A different story now! I need some time to fill my days in semi-retirement so what better way than to build a rig and try some OC'ing. A first for me I must say.

Anyway.....the rig:



The contents:

NZXT ZERO 2 Crafted Series (Black) Full-Tower Case
4 Additional Zalman ZM-F3BL 120mm Case Fans
OCZ EliteXStream 800W ATX Power Supply Unit
P6X58D Premium Motherboard
Intel Core i7-920 LGA1366
12Gb Corsair XMS Triple Channel Kit memory
2 x Sapphire Vapor-X HD5870 1G DDR5 PCI-E Video Card
Noctua ND-H14 Cooler
Logitech G500 Mouse

I have had this up and running for about 8 weeks now but only recently acquired my Noctua cooling. I am currently very stable at 4.0GHz and am ready to move onwards and upwards.


I'll probably need some help especially when it comes to voltages. I have no clue what-so-ever.

Anyway, I'll read a bit more, set myself up to 4.2 then come back and post my settings and see if I can get it stable with your help.
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post some pic of final build when you done ya?
Shall do its an ongoing project over the next 8 weeks and will be linking my build log later on today! Along with some overclocking results
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Hi all.....

A nice find this particular thread and a wealth of knowledge to be found here.

I have had years and years of experience with building my own computers but never have I really given any consideration to the end product, so long as it went, did what I needed it to and was cheap.

A different story now! I need some time to fill my days in semi-retirement so what better way than to build a rig and try some OC'ing. A first for me I must say.

Anyway.....the rig:



The contents:

NZXT ZERO 2 Crafted Series (Black) Full-Tower Case
4 Additional Zalman ZM-F3BL 120mm Case Fans
OCZ EliteXStream 800W ATX Power Supply Unit
P6X58D Premium Motherboard
Intel Core i7-920 LGA1366
12Gb Corsair XMS Triple Channel Kit memory
2 x Sapphire Vapor-X HD5870 1G DDR5 PCI-E Video Card
Noctua ND-H14 Cooler
Logitech G500 Mouse

I have had this up and running for about 8 weeks now but only recently acquired my Noctua cooling. I am currently very stable at 4.0GHz and am ready to move onwards and upwards.


I'll probably need some help especially when it comes to voltages. I have no clue what-so-ever.

Anyway, I'll read a bit more, set myself up to 4.2 then come back and post my settings and see if I can get it stable with your help.
Nice setup, very clean.. gotta love the noctua. Maybe you could try a cool air duct from the front of your case to dump right there in front of the noctua?

Look at the first post for some different speeds and the corresponding bios setting to get you started.
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Hi all.....

A nice find this particular thread and a wealth of knowledge to be found here.

I have had years and years of experience with building my own computers but never have I really given any consideration to the end product, so long as it went, did what I needed it to and was cheap.

A different story now! I need some time to fill my days in semi-retirement so what better way than to build a rig and try some OC'ing. A first for me I must say.

Anyway.....the rig:



The contents:

NZXT ZERO 2 Crafted Series (Black) Full-Tower Case
4 Additional Zalman ZM-F3BL 120mm Case Fans
OCZ EliteXStream 800W ATX Power Supply Unit
P6X58D Premium Motherboard
Intel Core i7-920 LGA1366
12Gb Corsair XMS Triple Channel Kit memory
2 x Sapphire Vapor-X HD5870 1G DDR5 PCI-E Video Card
Noctua ND-H14 Cooler
Logitech G500 Mouse

I have had this up and running for about 8 weeks now but only recently acquired my Noctua cooling. I am currently very stable at 4.0GHz and am ready to move onwards and upwards.


I'll probably need some help especially when it comes to voltages. I have no clue what-so-ever.

Anyway, I'll read a bit more, set myself up to 4.2 then come back and post my settings and see if I can get it stable with your help.
holy crap you actually got that thing to fit. what temp are you getting at 4ghz with that thing.
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@ OP

I think we need a sig for the thread as I need to replace my Bloodrage link

No probs making one for ya if your not sure how to do it

Edit - So had a little time to play with the board and it looks good so far 1 hour Blend test stable at 1.208 Volts

Edited by Riskitall84 - 2/15/10 at 5:55am
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you know what. yeah go ahead i'll put you in charge of sig making then
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