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How about 5.27 GHz?



LGA1366 in the house! ... Never see that kind of screenshot on a Sandy Bridge.
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LGA1366 in the house! ... Never see that kind of screenshot on a Sandy Bridge.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...l#post12054272

Says otherwise


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Are you also loading on the low 70's? I don't feel really safe, Intel says max Tcase is 72.6ºC
Once again, tCase is not the max temperature for the processor.
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LGA1366 in the house! ... Never see that kind of screenshot on a Sandy Bridge.
5.5Ghz for me and a Super PI 32M just for fun!

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I don't see no Black i7 logo on there. A black logo is the epitome of a Man's chip. It's something all blue logo LGA1366 guys wish CPUID would unlock once you got to a certain overclock percentage over stock.
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I don't see no Black i7 logo on there. A black logo is the epitome of a Man's chip. It's something all blue logo LGA1366 guys wish CPUID would unlock once you got to a certain overclock percentage over stock.
That must be where the price premium comes from. you pay $700 for the Black logo .

The 980x is a great chip though no denying that!
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5.5Ghz for me and a Super PI 32M just for fun!

Sorry, but setting the multiplier to 55 and posting a screenshot to show how effective your cooling is does not do anything for me. Sandy Bridge, high mulitiplier screenshots are a dime-a-dozen and their value never lasts into the next day.
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Sorry, but setting the multiplier to 55 and posting a screenshot to show how effective your cooling is does not do anything for me. Sandy Bridge, high mulitiplier screenshots are a dime-a-dozen and their value never lasts into the next day.
Pure ownage, that's what i call it!
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Sorry, but setting the multiplier to 55 and posting a screenshot to show how effective your cooling is does not do anything for me. Sandy Bridge, high mulitiplier screenshots are a dime-a-dozen and their value never lasts into the next day.
So... how did the guy with the 980X do any different? lol
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LGA1366 in the house! ... Never see that kind of screenshot on a Sandy Bridge.
You're right... Sandy Bridge doesn't need anywhere near that kind of voltage!
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12 threads with a Black logo = Mom and Kid's do not touch.
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