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@Jonesey I7
With my cooler i cant, cpu will be overheating to much. My case use only 2 fans at 1000rot/min for intake and exhaust.
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@Jonesey I7
With my cooler i cant, cpu will be overheating to much. My case use only 2 fans at 1000rot/min for intake and exhaust.
You're right, so show me 5ghz with a STABLE voltage for 30 mins....... of coarse you can't do 5.8ghz, no one can as of yet and probably never will prime that high. I'd be a LOT more impressed with an hr of prime95 at 5ghz and you validate THAT speed and voltage on ALL FOUR CORES.
    
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You're right, so show me 5ghz with a STABLE voltage for 30 mins....... of coarse you can't do 5.8ghz, no one can as of yet and probably never will prime that high. I'd be a LOT more impressed with an hr of prime95 at 5ghz and you validate THAT speed and voltage on ALL FOUR CORES.
I would check HWBot first.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

Unless you mean on air, then no... nobody has got 5.8 on air.

The highest air clocks are 5724.6 mhz for the 2600K and 5746.57 mhz for the 2500K.
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I would check HWBot first.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

Unless you mean on air, then no... nobody has got 5.8 on air.

The highest air clocks are 5724.6 mhz for the 2600K and 5746.57 mhz for the 2500K.
And you should re-read my post, as I was talking about no one will prime95 for one hour anywhere close to those clocks, not 6 seconds worth of superpi or even less to validate. Stable overclocks impress me, not <1minute suicide runs that degrade chips faster than the speed of lightning.
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And you should re-read my post, as I was talking about no one will prime95 for one hour anywhere close to those clocks, not 6 seconds worth of superpi or even less to validate. Stable overclocks impress me, not <1minute suicide runs that degrade chips faster than the speed of lightning.
Believe me I read it many times and that is what I got from the way you worded it. Typing stuff on the internet sucks because it makes it so hard to try to get your point across. Anyone reading it possibly interprets it differently so what sounded right to you sounds different to someone else.
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You're right, so show me 5ghz with a STABLE voltage for 30 mins....... of coarse you can't do 5.8ghz, no one can as of yet and probably never will prime that high. I'd be a LOT more impressed with an hr of prime95 at 5ghz and you validate THAT speed and voltage on ALL FOUR CORES.
I read that as you saying he can't reach 5.8GHz because nobody else can, and even if they had it wouldn't be Prime stable.

Also you say that it only needs to be stable for "6 seconds of SuperPi" but there are some people running 5.7GHz on air and doing 2 minute wPrime 1024M runs. While it may not be Prime stable it sure is a lot more than 6 seconds, and it would take quite a bit of cooling to make it so that your computer just doesn't have a catastrophic meltdown while running those insane clocks for 2 minutes on just an air cooler.

Also max overclocks aren't about them being Prime stable. It's not practical. Are you going to go up to a top fuel dragster driver and tell him to drive his car cross-country? No because those cars can barely steer and only hold enough fuel for a quarter mile run. Sure they can go 300 MPH but they aren't meant to be a daily driver.

Just like how I wouldn't ask someone with a LN2 pot on their CPU to sit there for 30 minutes while we watch them run Prime to check if their OC is stable. Sure he may not be using LN2 but that doesn't mean just because he is using an air cooler that any overclock he is trying to achieve must be for 24/7 use right? I wouldn't feel like going through all the trouble of working with LN2 either if I didn't have to.

Basically what I am saying is if he wants to run risky settings to try to get ranked better on HWBot then so be it. I agree that a high and stable overclock with lower voltage is more appealing than a really high overclock that isn't stable and higher voltage, but sadly HWBot doesn't have a ranking for that.
Edited by Semper Fidelis - 3/1/11 at 6:11pm
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new update for my cpu i5-2500k:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1686502
FFS turn on all your cores!
Edited by Sheyster - 3/1/11 at 6:37pm
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I wonder... if I disable 3/4 cores in my BIOS so I only have one and then try to get some insane OC to run SuperPi (since it is only single threaded) would that be against HWBot rules?

Seems kind of like cheating I would think, but maybe they allow that... I haven't looked.
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I wonder... if I disable 3/4 cores in my BIOS so I only have one and then try to get some insane OC to run SuperPi (since it is only single threaded) would that be against HWBot rules?

Seems kind of like cheating I would think, but maybe they allow that... I haven't looked.
Dunno, but I'm not really into the whole bragging rights/suicide runs type of overclocking. I'm with Jonesey, I like to see stable OC's at the highest speed with the lowest possible vcore.
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Dunno, but I'm not really into the whole bragging rights/suicide runs type of overclocking. I'm with Jonesey, I like to see stable OC's at the highest speed with the lowest possible vcore.
It makes me mad though when I see people with these 2500K's that are doing like 5GHz on like 1.3v. That is an awesome overclock don't get me wrong but I just want to slap them in the face because that chip would be like the next world record breaker but they are just content leaving it at a mild setting (mild as in mild for these chips, in reality it is still insane in general).
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It makes me mad though when I see people with these 2500K's that are doing like 5GHz on like 1.3v. That is an awesome overclock don't get me wrong but I just want to slap them in the face because that chip would be like the next world record breaker but they are just content leaving it at a mild setting (mild as in mild for these chips, in reality it is still insane in general).
To each his own. Using your car analogy earlier, there are lots of people who own very fast powerful cars, but don't drive them anywhere near top speed. They still enjoy having them nonetheless.
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