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post #1291 of 5038
I've decided to upgrade to a Crosshair IV, I just really want over 4ghz.
There's a 15% bing cashback for tigerdirect so i got it for around 200
Also just an excuse to turn my MSI 890GXM-G65 into a HTPC.
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Whooohooo the 12.5 multiplier club! Did you try 3GHz on the NB?
No, not yet! I'm fairly certain the benchmarks/results wouldn't change much because the RAM would need to be a higher frequency to gain peformance. But, I will try it and see how it plays out.

At 2700 my read is 11000, write 9200, 13900 copy @ 38.1ns! I'm happy enough with that.

I'm thinking I may need to adjust my cooling options. The ambient is getting hotter as the summer moves on and I'm still on my lowly S1284 with one (stock Xiggy 1500RPM!) fan on it.

I don't know what I'm going to do. Maybe shroud, maybe add a 38mm pull fan on the back (worried about weight though if I do that..)

I guess I could push it, still haven't broken 50c yet P95/IBT. Maybe I should let it get up to 55c before I worry?
    
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No, not yet! I'm fairly certain the benchmarks/results wouldn't change much because the RAM would need to be a higher frequency to gain peformance. But, I will try it and see how it plays out.

At 2700 my read is 11000, write 9200, 13900 copy @ 38.1ns! I'm happy enough with that.

I'm thinking I may need to adjust my cooling options. The ambient is getting hotter as the summer moves on and I'm still on my lowly S1284 with one (stock Xiggy 1500RPM!) fan on it.

I don't know what I'm going to do. Maybe shroud, maybe add a 38mm pull fan on the back (worried about weight though if I do that..)

I guess I could push it, still haven't broken 50c yet P95/IBT. Maybe I should let it get up to 55c before I worry?
Remember to watch your voltage, as your TJMax is dropping.
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Remember to watch your voltage, as your TJMax is dropping.
The voltage is where it is. I don't plan on adding any more. It already takes 1.4875 w/ this board and I personally don't want 1.5 24/7 on air, at least not with this cooler.

Where is it exactly stated that the TJ max drops so significantly after a point? I've tried looking but I see no answers. Have a link?
    
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The voltage is where it is. I don't plan on adding any more. It already takes 1.4875 w/ this board and I personally don't want 1.5 24/7 on air, at least not with this cooler.

Where is it exactly stated that the TJ max drops so significantly after a point? I've tried looking but I see no answers. Have a link?
Ask and you shall receive. http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-voltages.html
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I knew that was coming up.

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Though the information may carry over to AMD CPUs, I do not claim that any information contained below is true for AMD cpus.
I'm inclined to believe temperatures shouldn't be higher than 55c for 24/7 use but I don't know (since I haven't experienced it yet) whether that is the throttling point.

Curious as to what AMD has to say but I can't find a link anywhere.
    
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Hey Everyone.. I have no work tonight and need some time to overclock. So could i please get one of you kind human's to fill out this info for me: which will enable me to get to 4.0ghz without damaging my hardware
Current Settings at 3.5ghz:

CPU Clock Ratio:14*
CPU NB Freq:9* (2000mhz)
CPU Freq:250
PCIE Clock:100mhz (locked)
HT Link:9* (2000mhz)
Memory Clock:5.33* (1332mhz)

DDR3 Voltage: 1.6 Stock
NB Voltage: 1.1 (Sits on 1.1500v in everest) is this ok? Stock
SB Voltage: 1.2 Stock
CPU NB VID: 1.5 Stock
CPU VCORE: 1.4250 Increased from 1.4-1.4250


So these are all my current settings running at 3.5ghz. All i need is for someone to redo this info at 4.0ghz or like 3.8ghz also My CPU NB and HT link are stock at 2.0ghz. I wanna keep NB and HT and RAM freq as close to stock as possible

I really appreciate your help

Cheers
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post #1298 of 5038
With that cooler is kind of hard to mantain the 4GHz 24/7...
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hmmm.. will 3.7/3.8ghz be ok?
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post #1300 of 5038
All depends on the temps try to keep it below 55ºC full loaded
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