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Do you think is it possible to use intel sandy bride 2600k @ 5.5 GHZ daily with water cooling.

Currently i am waiting for intel sandy bridges 2600k. I have a hand made water cooling system. My current cpu is intel Q6600 @ 3.5 GHZ

the image below shows my current system values (voltage, temp etc)

http://img543.imageshack.us/img543/5883/currentk.png

i want to use intel sandy bridge @ 5.5 GHZ

if temp dont pass 90 C it is fine for me under load


also what MB would you suggest to reach that values ?

i don't want to loose time with tweaks. just let everything auto and give voltage


mate temps for Sandy Bridge is 73.8C
    
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i'm running water cooling with my 2600k, my voltage (bios) 1.450v to reach 5ghz and my temp max load are 54-57-49-51c. What i'm worry is more the voltage cause temp are excellent. Somehow i still do not believe the 1.52v intel is stating so that is why i want to keep it below 1.475v what do you guys think, should i push it a little more?
i think that voltage is way too high by about .1v.
    
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i'm running water cooling with my 2600k, my voltage (bios) 1.450v to reach 5ghz and my temp max load are 54-57-49-51c. What i'm worry is more the voltage cause temp are excellent. Somehow i still do not believe the 1.52v intel is stating so that is why i want to keep it below 1.475v what do you guys think, should i push it a little more?

so with 1.45v you are able to use at 5 GHZ

if you give 1.475 can it make more ?

also this guy here made 4.9 GHz with air cooling

and he says 100% stable

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ck-4-9ghz.html


and it seems like 5.5 GHz is a dream for daily usage

well 5.1 GHz is still fair enough
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I've got 4500mhz at 1.27vcore, and 4800 at 1.37vcore, both on air and both stable. These chips run better on air, at air cooling temperatures than underwater or DICE or LN2.

I've tried for 5 at 1.4vcore and 1.45vcore and both failed to load Windows.

I wouldn't recommend going over 1.4vcore for your 24/7 setting, and only a lunatic would run 1.5vcore on 32nm. You will be speeding up electromigration, and if you don't know what that is, don't overclock!
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I've got 4500mhz at 1.27vcore, and 4800 at 1.37vcore, both on air and both stable. These chips run better on air, at air cooling temperatures than underwater or DICE or LN2.

I've tried for 5 at 1.4vcore and 1.45vcore and both failed to load Windows.

I wouldn't recommend going over 1.4vcore for your 24/7 setting, and only a lunatic would run 1.5vcore on 32nm. You will be speeding up electromigration, and if you don't know what that is, don't overclock!
4.8 is still pretty good

but i have to hit 5 ghz

well it seems like it is based on the chip
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I've got 4500mhz at 1.27vcore, and 4800 at 1.37vcore, both on air and both stable. These chips run better on air, at air cooling temperatures than underwater or DICE or LN2.

I've tried for 5 at 1.4vcore and 1.45vcore and both failed to load Windows.

I wouldn't recommend going over 1.4vcore for your 24/7 setting, and only a lunatic would run 1.5vcore on 32nm. You will be speeding up electromigration, and if you don't know what that is, don't overclock!
So, these chips run better when hotter?

No.
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i am using my Q6600 with over 1.45 voltage over years now

there is no problem


so what do you think the most temp should be

like 80 ?

and maximum voltage like 1.5 ? 1.55 ?
The reason for that it because its a higher die size, sandybridge uses a smaller one so it needs less power, however voltages like that could kill it.
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If you can keep temps under 70c then 1.45v might be okay, but you need to increase your cooling efficiency regardless. What water cooling solution are you using those temps seem high, even at those volts.
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If you can keep temps under 70c then 1.45v might be okay, but you need to increase your cooling efficiency regardless. What water cooling solution are you using those temps seem high, even at those volts.
my cooling system is not at maximum performance atm since i don't need

for example my fans are dirty and running on slow speed


but here my system pictures big sized


http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/7259/dsc01693x.jpg

http://img268.imageshack.us/img268/7125/dsc01723iy.jpg

http://img63.imageshack.us/img63/9498/dsc01722x.jpg

http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/384/dsc01721b.jpg










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