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Now, a brief message to everyone reading this thread: (will update OP with basically the same message)
Understandably I have been receiving quite a few PM's from people looking for help OC's their SB. Mainly questions regarding "what's safe temps, voltages, etc, etc..."

Please understand, I am more than happy to share my experiences with all of you; that's why I started this thread of course! I also have no problems responding in here or in PM if your running into troubles, but I am by no means an expert. Aside from the fact I was able to get one a little bit early, I have no advance knowledge of this architecture and its limitations, please take from my thread all the information with a grain of salt if you will, just because I ran mine at 1.4vcore and up DO NOT ASSUME that means it is safe, or recommended. Always give yourself a reality check before you change a setting, understand what the consequences could be, and ensure you are prepared to accept them if that's how it works out.

If your not comfortable with a setting you saw someone else use, DON'T DO IT! Always OC within your own tolerances, save yourself the heartache in the end.


We probably won't know how well these chips cope with extreme conditions until some unfortunate user kills theirs. That's assuming they are willing to come on and tell us about it. Many people would be way too embarrassed to be honest in that situation. For all we know I may have already pushed mine beyond limits, and have reduced its life. I accept that risk as part of my testing, and of course. If/when I do kill mine I will be happy to report to you all which nail in the coffin does it in for good.

I'll apologize if this sounds a bit harsh, it's not intended that way but I must protect myself from "You did this, and so did I and I fried my chip!"

Thank you everyone for all the feedback, when you know people appreciate your efforts it truly makes it all that much more worth doing
Edited by Digigami - 1/10/11 at 6:17pm
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You will only get more and more PMs as more people get there SB.

And to add to that...
Overclocking help should be done in the Intel section so others can see it as well, if you have questions that involve F@H feel free to ask it here.
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You will only get more and more PMs as more people get there SB.

And to add to that...
Overclocking help should be done in the Intel section so others can see it as well, if you have questions that involve F@H feel free to ask it here.
Yep.. I realized my inbox would be a busy place after starting this up, but that's ok. I enjoy helping others, but I think it was important for me to throw up some sort of disclaimer..

And, to everyone looking for that sort of help I fully agree, the Intel CPU section is full of very knowledgeable and always helpful individuals who have considerably more experience with overclocking than I do. That would certainly be the place to look around or start a thread with your questions.
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Yep.. I realized my inbox would be a busy place after starting this up, but that's ok. I enjoy helping others, but I think it was important for me to throw up some sort of disclaimer..

And, to everyone looking for that sort of help I fully agree, the Intel CPU section is full of very knowledgeable and always helpful individuals who have considerably more experience with overclocking than I do. That would certainly be the place to look around or start a thread with your questions.
Over in the Intel section Sin0822 has put together a very thorough overclocking guide for Sandy Bridge CPUs:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html

I put the link for it here in case you want to refer people to that thread or if you want to put it in the OP or something. I don't know if you've seen it yet, but it's one of the most thorough overclocking guides I've ever seen.

I just thought this might help
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Lastnight i was Oc at 5.0ghz and stable but 1.50vcore temps hit over 80(prime 95 test) and I down to 4.5ghz but I Really want OC at 4.8ghz and Continue(not the turbo mode) at 4.8ghz............
becuse i had i7950 Oc 4.25ghz stable from turbo mode 2600k 4.5ghz
I have turbo lagg... i need Twin turbo mode or asus comeout new bios..

thanks
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Don't quote me, but I think 6070 is one of the slower ones. 22k is still pretty good if your using your system at the same time.

We don't have any numbers for P6070 as of yet, you should try and let it do nothing but fold for a while, and submit your results here http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ridge-cpu.html

Thanks!
You were right, I got a 6025 WU and I almost got a 8k PPD boost, even though I lowered the OC to 4.6Ghz! Impressive!!!
    
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I just bumped my OC to 4.9ghz so hopefully we see an improvement.

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No offense, but I would not go above 1.35v for 24/7 for now...

There's been dead SB's above 1.35v, still not sure if it was because of vcore, or RAM voltage killing the CPU's internal memory controller.

Also, just to remind, don't let it go above 72ºC I would try to keep it under 70ºC.
    
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oh for sure! I'm monitoring the temps. and just making sure things stay in a nice range. If things seem sketchy, I'll pull it back, but right now it seems pretty stable and happy.

Thanks for the warning thought
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oh for sure! I'm monitoring the temps. and just making sure things stay in a nice range. If things seem sketchy, I'll pull it back, but right now it seems pretty stable and happy.

Thanks for the warning thought
I currently have 4.8Ghz with 1.35v and I hit 71ºC on core 3 with Folding@Home.

Rest are Core 1: 62ºc, Core 2: 67ºC, Core 4: 67ºC

Do you think I should worry?
    
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