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well looks like 4.8GHz will be my max stable oc. Tried to hit 5GHz but even jumping up to 1.5vcore my 4th core kept erroring out on Prime in the blend test.

So for 4.8GHz with batch #L040B354 i5 2500k vcore is 1.408v. ran Prime Blend and small fft for 4 hours each, and passed 20 passes with IBT. Temps hover right at the 58-61c area with a max temp of 64c.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1622154

Running on Asus P8P67 Deluxe with 4GB of G.Skill at a measly 1600MHz with 7-8-7-24 timmings.

Gotta say, SB isn't as much fun as I thought it'd be. But always fun to play with new arch at the same time.
how is that not fun!?!?

ppl are acting like 5ghz is nothing when its a hell of a speed increase.

Consider for a second just a few years ago 4ghz was incredible and now ppl look at 4ghz as nothing when in fact that is fast. Stock speeds are 3-3.5ghz now a days so to get to 5 is in fact a big overclock.

The only thing that makes SB not as fun is that we cant play with the bclock as much so any idiot can now overclock. Takes the skill out of it a bit yea but its still fun.
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how is that not fun!?!?

ppl are acting like 5ghz is nothing when its a hell of a speed increase.

Consider for a second just a few years ago 4ghz was incredible and now ppl look at 4ghz as nothing when in fact that is fast. Stock speeds are 3-3.5ghz now a days so to get to 5 is in fact a big overclock.

The only thing that makes SB not as fun is that we cant play with the bclock as much so any idiot can now overclock. Takes the skill out of it a bit yea but its still fun.
If you call making stuff harder to do "skill", then sure, it requires more skill. It was just more tedious to adjust BCLK back in the day, and then check memory stability, then NB stability and then CPU stability. It took longer to achieve the same.
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If you call making stuff harder to do "skill", then sure, it requires more skill. It was just more tedious to adjust BCLK back in the day, and then check memory stability, then NB stability and then CPU stability. It took longer to achieve the same.
Some people (like me) loved being able to tinker for hours on end even if it was for just 100-300MHz more on the oc.


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how is that not fun!?!?

ppl are acting like 5ghz is nothing when its a hell of a speed increase.

Consider for a second just a few years ago 4ghz was incredible and now ppl look at 4ghz as nothing when in fact that is fast. Stock speeds are 3-3.5ghz now a days so to get to 5 is in fact a big overclock.

The only thing that makes SB not as fun is that we cant play with the bclock as much so any idiot can now overclock. Takes the skill out of it a bit yea but its still fun.
And SB was fun, like I said playing with any new arch is fun. Just not as fun since it literally was just hit up a multi and throw up some juice.

Nothing else to play with in bios, at all. How boring is that, imo pretty boring. Doesn't feel like there is any real tweaking to be done. You either have it or you don't.

I played with volts like crazy, played with max load plane, played with max overcurrent time, played with all it gave and yet nothing was really there to play with that would truly be called tweaking and be able to give an oc'er the edge needed.

It either works with an above 48x multi or it doesn't. Like there is no fun play room.

OC'ing looks like it will be a lost art within a few more years with this type of arch and control from them placing everything on die and linked together.

Can't even play with just the PCI bus speed anymore. Starting to miss the days of jumpers even now.

But anyway, that's another matter. I'm content with 4.8GHz for a 24/7 oc. Not too happy with voltage needed but that's just how the cookie crumbles.
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Some people (like me) loved being able to tinker for hours on end even if it was for just 100-300MHz more on the oc.




And SB was fun, like I said playing with any new arch is fun. Just not as fun since it literally was just hit up a multi and throw up some juice.

Nothing else to play with in bios, at all. How boring is that, imo pretty boring. Doesn't feel like there is any real tweaking to be done. You either have it or you don't.

I played with volts like crazy, played with max load plane, played with max overcurrent time, played with all it gave and yet nothing was really there to play with that would truly be called tweaking and be able to give an oc'er the edge needed.

It either works with an above 48x multi or it doesn't. Like there is no fun play room.

OC'ing looks like it will be a lost art within a few more years with this type of arch and control from them placing everything on die and linked together.

Can't even play with just the PCI bus speed anymore. Starting to miss the days of jumpers even now.

But anyway, that's another matter. I'm content with 4.8GHz for a 24/7 oc. Not too happy with voltage needed but that's just how the cookie crumbles.
I do not disagree with you at all in fact I agree with most everything. However The ease of overclocking helps intel to sell more higher end chips so its only gunna get worse from here. Time to accept it
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Trying to OC an i5-2500k for a decent 24/7 overclock, right now it is at 4.6 @ 1.3v 65c running prime.

On an ASUS motherboard, do I really need to turn on Internal PLL voltage or have phase control and others set to extreme at that speed?

Edit: BSOD'd, upped voltage to 1.35v
Edited by Armastitium - 1/29/11 at 7:36pm
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Trying to OC an i5-2500k for a decent 24/7 overclock, right now it is at 4.6 @ 1.3v 65c running prime.

On an ASUS motherboard, do I really need to turn on Internal PLL voltage or have phase control and others set to extreme at that speed?

Edit: BSOD'd, upped voltage to 1.35v
turn pll on as it helps stability. the others arent necessary for a 247 oc but once you get above like 4.7 its time to tweak phases imo
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I just got my watercooling setup going...here are the results. I used intel burn test to test these clocks...

i5 2500k Batch# L041B072
5.3Ghz @ 1.5v
Idle temps at 28C and load temps at 76C
Running some crappy Mushkin silvers @ 9-9-9-24 1333mhz for now until the new ram arrives
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This means I have to lower my overclock, right?

This was at 4.6 Ghz @ 1.35v.


Edited by Armastitium - 1/30/11 at 1:55pm
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no I wouldnt, not if the error comes after 15h..
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This means I have to lower my overclock, right?

This was at 4.6 Ghz @ 1.35v.

jesus,15 hours prime and then it fails to me you are rock solid stable. Be worry if it fail withing the first hour.
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