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post #1471 of 1926
Thanks for running the benchmarks guys. Really useful information.

I find those benchmarks to be very useful when making changes to components. It let's you at least compare before/after performance and see whether what you have done has actually done.

Just looking at the CPU scores:

Stock - 4291
3.5GHz - 5021
3.8GHz - 5359

Those are pretty good scores. Just for reference the 3 CPUs I've worked with come out like this:

Q6600 Stock - 2900
Q6600 3GHz - 3900
Athlon 760k 4.7GHz - 5900
i7-4770K Stock - 10500
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btw..how u manage to get lower temperature on your CPU? your room is air-conditioned?

i might need to paste new thermal paste on it since havent change it since last 2years..

Yes, I do have air conditioning, and a ceiling fan, for what that's worth. In my HAF 912 case I have a Hyper 212+ cpu cooler, and 5 case fans providing lots of air flow. No water cooling or anything like that. I have never reapplied thermal paste, and it's been about 3.5 years now. My temps are just as cool as ever.
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I've been continuing to benchmark so I should I'd share 3dmark results at both the stock 2.8 setting and my current 3.5 overclock. A few notes on my other hardware: video card is a GTX 760. Standard hard drive (though I did add a little SSD caching drive). I have 8gigs of DDR31600 ram.

3dmark results at stock:


3dmark results at 3.5oc


The results are a little surprising. The OC specs are better save for the Fire Strike test.. where the stock settings took a higher graphics score, but lower physics score. Graphics must weigh more because as you see they gave the higher fire strike score to the stock tests. Not really sure what to make of that.
Edited by i8id - 3/12/14 at 1:38pm
post #1473 of 1926
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Yes, I do have air conditioning, and a ceiling fan, for what that's worth. In my HAF 912 case I have a Hyper 212+ cpu cooler, and 5 case fans providing lots of air flow. No water cooling or anything like that. I have never reapplied thermal paste, and it's been about 3.5 years now. My temps are just as cool as ever.
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I've been continuing to benchmark so I should I'd share 3dmark results at both the stock 2.8 setting and my current 3.5 overclock. A few notes on my other hardware: video card is a GTX 760. Standard hard drive (though I did add a little SSD caching drive). I have 8gigs of DDR31600 ram.

3dmark results at stock:


3dmark results at 3.5oc


The results are a little surprising. The OC specs are better save for the Fire Strike test.. where the stock settings took a higher graphics score, but lower physics score. Graphics must weigh more because as you see they gave the higher fire strike score to the stock tests. Not really sure what to make of that.

Well..with air-cond, the casing may suck the cold air from air-cond, in my case. my room is small and kinda confined, i will be sweating in day time because very hot weather in my place..phew....im using CM Elite 430 casing only, got only 2 extra fans that i added..i want to upgrade to CM Storm!
post #1474 of 1926
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hi guys..im new to overclocking and my rig is old already..

but i wanted to get into the list..this is my 1st time oc..and this is what i get..

Managed to get to 3.80Ghz at bios vcore at 1.175v and QPI/Qtt voltage at 1.190v



http://valid.canardpc.com/4wdenv

im using CM TX3 as my CPU cooler..NO air-cond in my room..

idle CPU temp always 49~51 celcius..

100% usage will reach 91 celcius..normal usage gaming around 60~70celcius

Running Passmark 8.0 results

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http://www.passmark.com/baselines/V8/display.php?id=21159650824

the stress on my CPU temp didnt reach 80celcius:p

Judging by your ibt numbers, need more vcore. Also need a more efficient cooler. A hyper 212 is a large upgrade over the tx3 you have and should keep temps in check while increasing the voltage. Will more than likely allow you to get to 4.0. I run my 760 at 1.33 and disable all the intel speedstep c1e and cstates. Been like this for nearly 4 years with zero issues. As long as you keep it cool the voltages wont be an issue under intel recommended limits of 1.4v. You may have to increase the voltage to maintain clock speeds over time but I as well as many others can attest to lynnfields durability.
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post #1475 of 1926
Hi guys if just installed a scythe mugen 2 rev b. on my p55a-gd65.

Im running a stress test and im just wondering if my temps are ok to begin overclocking.



post #1476 of 1926
Definitely. Temps look quite good. I was hitting a max of 66c with no issues at 4.0ghz (1.32v) with my old superclock air cooler. Keep in mind, however, that the lynnfield i5 chips do not have proper thermal monitoring, so generally temp monitoring is inaccurate.
Edited by tyguy - 3/27/14 at 3:38am
post #1477 of 1926
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Hi guys if just installed a scythe mugen 2 rev b. on my p55a-gd65.

Im running a stress test and im just wondering if my temps are ok to begin overclocking.




Remember to keep the temperatures under 80C, going higher would be no good for 24/7 use and can degrade the CPU.
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post #1478 of 1926
thx for the info ill be looking in to the oc'ing of my i5 so much information on voltage etc.
post #1479 of 1926
a little update so far. i am currently running it at 3.6ghz at 1.25V seems to be stable.

should i try to get a bit higher?

post #1480 of 1926
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a little update so far. i am currently running it at 3.6ghz at 1.25V seems to be stable.

should i try to get a bit higher?


If you dont mind adding more volts to the system, i would say go for it. your temps look good...here's mine

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