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Got 4GHz Prime95 stable today on air.

x20 CPU
1.45v

My socket temp is scraping the MAX temp threshold, so this is as good as I'm gonna get with my current rig.
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post #2332 of 4331
Quote:
Originally Posted by VirtualJockey View Post
Got 4GHz Prime95 stable today on air.

x20 CPU
1.45v

My socket temp is scraping the MAX temp threshold, so this is as good as I'm gonna get with my current rig.
(Titan Amanda TEC cooler modded with Noctua NF-B9 fans)
Hopefully you are using 58*C as a max, especially if you plan on folding. Folding, for me, tends to run hotter than Prime95 and Linx combined.
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Originally Posted by Blueduck3285 View Post
Hopefully you are using 58*C as a max, especially if you plan on folding. Folding, for me, tends to run hotter than Prime95 and Linx combined.
No folding. Max load on Prime95 was about 54-59 after many hours, but for a few minutes it did spike up to 60-63. Under average gaming load it would never ever get this high, usually about 34 socket temp. 4GHz takes a significant .5v more than 3.9Ghz to run stable.

You don't need to smack my wrist, I know I'm pushing the envelope. :-p
With no BSODs or Prime errors, I see no reason to not keep this OC, unless I plan to Fold or Prime 24/7.
Edited by VirtualJockey - 11/29/10 at 5:02pm
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post #2334 of 4331
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I can see you have a few HDD, but do you have an array on them?

can you loose the array upgrading to F6?

or any irregular behavior we should be aware of?

No sir, I am running JBOD...I haven't the taste for RAID. Besides, my drives are backed up to my file server. So, I can't say anything for killing arrays, although it has not played with any hard drive data so far. It's been encoding video all day long, and showing no signs of failure or issue (aside from the occasional Handbrake mistake, which is apparently normal).

Sorry I can't help more.
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No folding. Max load on Prime95 was about 54-59 after many hours, but for a few minutes it did spike up to 60-63. Under average gaming load it would never ever get this high. 4GHz takes a significant .5v more than 3.9Ghz to run stable.

You don't need to smack my wrist, I know I'm pushing the envelope. :-p
Not smacking any wrists, just helping out. Want to keep as many 10xxT's alive as possible.
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Originally Posted by Blueduck3285 View Post
Not smacking any wrists, just helping out. Want to keep as many 10xxT's alive as possible.
I edited my post, mentioning gaming temps (about 34/35 degrees socket temp). Since I won't be priming or folding, do you feel my OC is safe since it has no Prime errors or BSODs? The only flag is my temps after priming for a day, but still lingering in the AMD max temp area. Max core temp was 56 at the highest (CoreTemp) and 61-63 socket (HWmonitor TMPIN1). I do appreciate your advice and opinions.
Edited by VirtualJockey - 11/29/10 at 5:16pm
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No sir, I am running JBOD...I haven't the taste for RAID. Besides, my drives are backed up to my file server. So, I can't say anything for killing arrays, although it has not played with any hard drive data so far. It's been encoding video all day long, and showing no signs of failure or issue (aside from the occasional Handbrake mistake, which is apparently normal).

Sorry I can't help more.

hmm

I guess someone has to test it out with an array in game


let me guys know what happen with that....
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RAID 0 or any array isn't lost if you have your rig unplugged a log time.
My RAID 10 was. I left the computer unplugged a few hours, and when I plugged it back on, the RAID's health was "Critical." Drive 2-1 was listed as a "Single Disk" rather than a part of the RAID.
     
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post #2339 of 4331
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I edited my post, mentioning gaming temps (about 34/35 degrees socket temp). Since I won't be priming or folding, do you feel my OC is safe since it has no Prime errors or BSODs? The only flag is my temps after priming for a day, but still lingering in the AMD max temp area. Max core temp was 56 at the highest (CoreTemp) and 61-63 socket (HWmonitor TMPIN1). I do appreciate your advice and opinions.
Depending on your ambients, your temps could be fine. I actually use my system to keep my place about 65*F, I like it chilly so my temps while folding don't break 55*C even with an ambient of 70*F. I try not to use Core temp, HWmonitor is better IMO. If gaming and such, and you don't break much over 58*C, you should be good. My rule is I try not to break 55*C, thats my buffer zone. Its about what your comfortable with, some people run their systems close to 60*C as long as they don't go higher they don't mind. Find your comfort zone.
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Well I've been dealing with GIGABYTE over my memory related issues and in the end, they told me that 1.35v spec memory is incompatible with this board, even though they have it on their memory support list.

Here is the email they sent me in response

Quote:
Dear customer,
All memory model on the list are 1.5v type, if memory was on the list but voltage spec was 1.35v type that cannot be supported,
When you look at the top the bold topic will see :
Memory modules listed below are for reference only. Due to massive memory models on the market, we can only verify some of them, and when you look at the mother board manual page 10 on memory information will see 4x 1.5v DDR3 up to 16G detail info.
Please contact memory vendor exchange memory to 1.5v type.

Best regards,

Gigabyte technical support team.
So now I'm stuck with 8GB of this ram that I bought because it was on their support list as being supported when in fact it's not.
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