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Originally Posted by J-Gamer_builder;11701341 
should it work with I5 760?

Maybe, maybe not. If so, i doubt it'll be because of the higher MP, but more because of it being a better batch.

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Originally Posted by nolonger;11701356 
Yea yea, going up to 1.6V can also damage your processor,

Touché
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Originally Posted by Hawk-nVidia;11701401 
Yea i know tongue.gif
his choice, i just hate it when windows corrupts when you're trying to OC frown.gif
+1, since this is also my 'normal' pc on wich I have to work and stuff
Would be smarter in so many ways if I got a small HDD just for benching
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post #22 of 24
I've also try similar speeds i get stuck at 4.7

i usually find that the VTT needs some beasting voltage like 1.5v lol
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Originally Posted by Hawk-nVidia;11701401 
Yea i know tongue.gif
his choice, i just hate it when windows corrupts when you're trying to OC frown.gif

yep

It's always a risk you take. When overclocking memory I usually end up with such a screwed up OS I end up reinstalling Windows every session.
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Originally Posted by SandersAce;11701405 
+1, since this is also my 'normal' pc on wich I have to work and stuff
Would be smarter in so many ways if I got a small HDD just for benching

Just make a 20GB partition and install a benching OS. That's how I run.
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Originally Posted by kylzer;11704531 
I've also try similar speeds i get stuck at 4.7

i usually find that the VTT needs some beasting voltage like 1.5v lol

His BCLK is low and memories are relaxed to need that much. If he was around 230MHz with tight memory timings or a very high frequency I'd agree.
post #24 of 24
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Reporting back in,

Unfortunatly, no beter results frown.gif

I've tried the PCI-e from 105 to 109
Lowered my PLL from 1.8 till 1.62
Tried PCH voltage around 1.15

And of course different combos of the above, together with a Vcore from 1,62 to 1,67 once, in a desperrate attempt.

Nothing that will give more stability.
All this was under temperatures around 6/8 degrees on both the (active) cores.
I guess I'll just have to accept it won't go any higher without sub zero cooling
To bad really.
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