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post #3791 of 5036
just hot a stable 4,07 ghz CPU @ 1,44V and RAM @ 1557 and 6-8-6-18-1T @ 1,688V now i'll do the benches !

EDIT: Benches
Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 7.17pts, went from 7.28 = (
3DMark Vantage: P22625, Went from P22512 = )
i dont know if this looks good or not, but personally i think Windows feel a little more smooth and snappier =) and i did only run an hour of Prime95 Blend.

ANY suggestions will be appreciated!
Edited by groodal - 1/6/11 at 1:12pm
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just hot a stable 4,07 ghz CPU @ 1,44V and RAM @ 1557 and 6-8-6-18-1T @ 1,688V now i'll do the benches !

EDIT: Benches
Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 7.17pts, went from 7.28 = (
3DMark Vantage: P22625, Went from P22512 = )
i dont know if this looks good or not, but personally i think Windows feel a little more smooth and snappier =) and i did only run an hour of Prime95 Blend.

ANY suggestions will be appreciated!
Run a longer P95 session .
    
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is it safe to pump 1,7 volt trough theese RAM sticks? i've got plenty of airflow to cool them

and i will run another p95 session
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post #3794 of 5036
I think you can get away with 1.7v. Probably even 1.75 - just be careful eh?!
    
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What is the worst that can happen? overrheating? do RAM shutdown at high temps or errors at all?

EDIT: I think I found a sweatspot
Timings are 6-8-6-18-1T and 1546mhz @ 1.688V
CPU 4,059ghz @ 1,432V in bios and between 1,44 and 1,488 in CPU-Z
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1579004
Eight hours stable in prime95 blend so far
Edited by groodal - 1/7/11 at 6:53am
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post #3796 of 5036
Quote:
What is the worst that can happen? overrheating? do RAM shutdown at high temps or errors at all?
Ram can usually handle fairly warm temps, just make sure the cooling is sufficient.
No, RAM wont shut down..., instead it will just start sending errors out in the information it passes.
If you push the RAM too far and overvolt it then you will start getting Corruption in the information being sent from the memory.
Thats usually if you set the speed/mhz too high though...
If you overvolt too much then you can start to permenantly damage the memory modules on the sticks, so be careful.
Most modern ram can handle 1.65v+ safely though.

Btw, nice timings on those ddr3's
Edited by GreenNeon - 1/7/11 at 7:13am
post #3797 of 5036
Thanks I'm now trying to get a stable 4,10 again with those timings, seems stable @ 4.074ghz as i'm running Prime95 right now
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You guys' rooms must be blazing hot.
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whats a good time to run prime 95
im running stock btw and i use it to see max temp on my cpu
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Nukefission - If you are just doing temp testing, an hour or 2 should be fine in my experience. By that point things should be fairly consistent from a temp stand point.
    
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