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um that's gadget pr0n
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I'd consider having a back up CPU if this rig is actually supposed to do some work besides set frequency records. Yes the low temps allow for some harsh voltage, but degradation is inevitable. Quantum tunnelling, electron migration, leakage, electrical noise are all pretty much inescapable facts once you exceed the maximum voltage the process allows for in its basic architecture.
Edited by CyberDruid - 8/30/10 at 7:18pm
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A backup is good.
    
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post #674 of 1552
Wouldn't it be better to just lower the overclock to 4-4.5ghz and leave it at 1.4v, 1.59v seems too much the chip can handle. There was a guy who started a thread on OCN that his 980x was @ 4.2ghz for a week and it wouldn't boot up so he had to lower the clock. Maybe s/he had a bad chip but I wouldn't keep voltage at 1.59v 24/7
    
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holy **** nice!!!!
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Are you hwbotting these OC's? gotta be woth some points no?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by akrEAGLE View Post
I have posted pics of the insulation on the first page

But what does that have to do with the maximum safe voltage?



It's $100 cheaper lol
$100 cheaper? Does that honestly matter when you have a $5000 rig? lol

5.2Ghz on a 6-core i7 though....totally...awesome. Once you find some nice 24/7 settings after you're done doing some suicide runs, that rig will be a dream to use for at least a few years.
Edited by lordikon - 9/1/10 at 6:23am
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Just came across this, now i need new undwear (or commando )
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ChickenInferno View Post
Intel's white sheets (basically all of the data on a cpu in one place) state that for the CPU to survive it must meet 4 conditions: Signal Quality is good (stable overclock), Mechanically sound (you haven't gutted the inside with 2.1v or something crazy), Temperatures within absolute minimum and absolute maximum*, and voltages are within absolute minimum and absolute maximum*.

*You Fail This Criteria

Your temperatures are below the absolute minimum and you vcore is above the absolute maximum.

I made the point about the insulation, because temperatures are one of the four parameters just like vcore is. It is possible that your chip is already dying from the vcore. My personal thoughts suggest that I doubt the temperatures will really hurt it as long as it is well insulated.

Edit: Question for you: Where is the tip of the thermalcouple that was wrapped around the hose of the phase head?
So Intel is telling me to bring my voltage down to 1.37 and put a heater on my CPU?


Somehow I don't think that's right...


Quote:
Originally Posted by lordikon View Post
$100 cheaper? Does that honestly matter when you have a $5000 rig? lol

5.2Ghz on a 6-core i7 though....totally...awesome. Once you find some nice 24/7 settings after you're done doing some suicide runs, that rig will be a dream to use for at least a few years.
Thanks. $100 is still $100 no matter how much you spend though.

Also I wish I could build the rig for the price you stated lol.



BTW I got it to 5.35GHz now

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1370868


EDIT: I just updated the first post with pricing since many of you have incorrectly estimated the pricing by a large amount

No offense though lordikon
Edited by akrEAGLE - 9/1/10 at 5:17pm
    
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That's amazing. What are the current temps/voltages.
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