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post #21 of 70
well, 2 month isn't very long but i guess it's nice to hear some first hand experience with 1.5v+

seems like 5ghz 24/7 is quite possible
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2600K @ 4.8, 1.404 load, 66c max temp, lightwave benchmark render: 1m11s
2600K @ 4.9, 1.428 load, 72c max temp, lightwave benchmark render: 1m10s

for a $50 air cooler setup, I'm really diggin 4.8 for 24/7.

EDIT: Those temps are linX load temps, daily lightwave use are 5-6c cooler.
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Here's what seems to be Folding Bigadv Stable(Which is about what matters to me).

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1597014
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Awesome guys!
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I got 5.3Ghz @ 1.50v, but i wasn't game to go higher and wouldn't consider that for 24/7. At the moment i'm happy with 4Ghz @ 1.176v (1.20v in bios) for my 24/7 overclock.

I know i can go higher as i've had the chip at 5.3Ghz, but 4Ghz is good enough for now.
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I got 5.3Ghz @ 1.50v, but i wasn't game to go higher and wouldn't consider that for 24/7. At the moment i'm happy with 4Ghz @ 1.176v (1.20v in bios) for my 24/7 overclock.

I know i can go higher as i've had the chip at 5.3Ghz, but 4Ghz is good enough for now.
Sounds like a golden chip there. Should trade/sell it to a bencher as you're only running 4Ghz which is capable by any SB proc. Haven't heard of many chips hitting 5.3 at 1.5V though.
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Sounds like a golden chip there. Should trade/sell it to a bencher as you're only running 4Ghz which is capable by any SB proc. Haven't heard of many chips hitting 5.3 at 1.5V though.
I can check what the voltage was. I have a screen shot somewhere. I'll go dig it up.

Here it is. Unfortunatly then i didn't realise i was running a BCLK of 99.8 so it's a few Mhz under .

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I can check what the voltage was. I have a screen shot somewhere. I'll go dig it up.

Here it is. Unfortunatly then i didn't realise i was running a BCLK of 99.8 so it's a few Mhz under .

Damn, yeah, temps aren't bad at all.
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I'm surprised you needed more than 1.4 voltage to get your 2600k up to 4.6Ghz. Is that on par with the voltage that others are needing?
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