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those are some crazy low volts
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Gotta say, dieing to see what it can do @ or over 4.0 on a bigadv...
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nicee wonder how far these can go.. thats stock volts common someones gotta try dice hahaha

or a really good wc loop n push it to the max
    
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24k at 4.3ghz is rather amazing, I think you should make sure you are stable at this point before going further so you have a baseline.

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those are some crazy low volts
Lets hope its 24/7 stable, we all know the errors start showing up later on.

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nicee wonder how far these can go.. thats stock volts common someones gotta try dice hahaha

or a really good wc loop n push it to the max
Its been said there will be a wall even with watercooling, hopefully people find a way around this so called wall.
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Can't wait to get my 2600k and push it above 4.6Ghz for 24/7 Folding!!!
    
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24k at 4.3ghz is rather amazing, I think you should make sure you are stable at this point before going further so you have a baseline.



Lets hope its 24/7 stable, we all know the errors start showing up later on.



Its been said there will be a wall even with watercooling, hopefully people find a way around this so called wall.
Yep I'd agree, now best is 2:23 for 25,280k on P6052.

So far looks like it's stable. It folded all night no problem, just turned in its second work unit about 10 minutes ago. Stuck at work for the next 6 hours or so. I should have time to work on the next level of OC tonight. I will still have to drop it back to stock at some point and get more baseline numbers but the OC numbers are too tempting at this point eheh

I don't think watercooling is going to be very popular on SB... Although still a modest OC and at whatever voltage the Asus utility is runing it at, max temp folding all night was 51`C with the H50 with one fan. Still very very cool for 4.3Ghz.. Likely we will hit voltage limits or simply run out of the chips ability to increase speed before thermals come into play.
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Well how'd last night go? You never updated us yet and i'd really like to see some -bigadv numbers

EDIT: Look's like we posted at the same time Chip and temps look great man! I can't wait to see these things on -bigadv! Too bad i just built my 1366 rig
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Yep I'd agree, now best is 2:23 for 25,280k on P6052.

So far looks like it's stable. It folded all night no problem, just turned in its second work unit about 10 minutes ago. Stuck at work for the next 6 hours or so. I should have time to work on the next level of OC tonight. I will still have to drop it back to stock at some point and get more baseline numbers but the OC numbers are too tempting at this point eheh

I don't think watercooling is going to be very popular on SB... Although still a modest OC and at whatever voltage the Asus utility is runing it at, max temp folding all night was 51`C with the H50 with one fan. Still very very cool for 4.3Ghz.. Likely we will hit voltage limits or simply run out of the chips ability to increase speed before thermals come into play.
Those are some very nice numbers for SMP folding...

Can't wait to recieve mine, you're making me jealous, wish I could get it before Sunday
    
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Any idea how much the numbers would drop if running 2 GTX 460 clients?
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Any idea how much the numbers would drop if running 2 GTX 460 clients?
Considering this will take a bigger hit if you leave 1 thread for the GPUs, I think 3k.
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