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I wonder how much different it really stresses? I'll try it when I get home.
I prefer Linx to Prime95, generally it finds errors much faster, and can catch ones prime won't even get in 24+ hours.

Also, I second the 100 run if you want thorough, but even 20 is probably fine (particularly if you're running other stress tests).
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Bad ass! Push it to 6 GHZ! This is OCN for God's sake.... We are supposed to go to the limits!
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Lol, I feel sorry for the person who buys that chip...
lol yeah oh well sad part is they'll never know what i ran it at
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After threads like this, i think that the admin needs to redefine the titles, 4GHz is soo yesterday...
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Here is the thing. As long as the chip is cold/cool while using that much voltage, you won't have many or any issues down the road if you do wanna sell the chip, but when its burning hot with that voltage, may cause Electromigration and will/can result in voltage leakage
Edited by savagebunny - 1/25/11 at 11:47am
post #66 of 96
We should all pony up some money and run a test:

Voltage Test
1. 2600k under water at max speed and highest voltage to not exceed 90c
2. 2600k under air at max speed and highest voltage to not exceed 90c

Run Linx/Prime or whatever 24/7 and see which one, if any, dies first.

Let's all place a wager and winning team gets the pot.

My bet would be that the mobo or ram dies before the cpu, but that's just me.
post #67 of 96
^ this "test" is already running all over the place

only time will tell if high voltage + low temp is ok

i'm going to play it safe and run 1.4v for a few months... and see how other people's 1.5v chips are doing before i bump it up

right now im at 4.6ghz 1.38v 53c load
post #68 of 96
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I prefer Linx to Prime95, generally it finds errors much faster, and can catch ones prime won't even get in 24+ hours.

Also, I second the 100 run if you want thorough, but even 20 is probably fine (particularly if you're running other stress tests).
Linx does not push SB processors like it does with other intel chips... current versions of stress test programs show only prime small fft / blended to be really effective in showing stability.

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After threads like this, i think that the admin needs to redefine the titles, 4GHz is soo yesterday...
Yea haha 4.8 is the new 4.0 i think... saying 5.0 is the new 4.0 is sort of a stretch atm...

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We should all pony up some money and run a test:

Voltage Test
1. 2600k under water at max speed and highest voltage to not exceed 90c
2. 2600k under air at max speed and highest voltage to not exceed 90c

Run Linx/Prime or whatever 24/7 and see which one, if any, dies first.

Let's all place a wager and winning team gets the pot.

My bet would be that the mobo or ram dies before the cpu, but that's just me.
Problem is that these 2500k/2600k chips dont work like what we are use to. You cannot just keep throwing voltage at them til they boot, you either have a good clocker, an average clock or a bad clocker. Bump voltage to 1.35-1.375 and see if it boots windows at 50x multi... if you get to login screen... you have a shot at 5.0 if not.... 4.8-5.0 might be ur max.
    
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Whats your best OC with HT enabled on that chip? or have you tried?
I can get 5ghz HT on with 1.535v in bios. I booted at 5.2ghz with the same voltage but didn't try stabilizing it. HT off gives me better FPS in games except for BBC2.
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I'm just about to go down to Microcenter and grab a 2500k, put it on the bench and see what it takes to kill it.

What's $180 anyways. A night at the bar. Half the money for me to go skiing for 2 days. I've gone skiing the past 3 weekends in a row. I'm pretty beat up now. Maybe this weekend I'll stay home and see what it takes to kill the 2500k. Or if it's even possible to. I tried this before with a i5 750 and couldn't kill it by doing normal overclocking. It stopped at 4.6ghz with water cooling and that was that. It's still running fine in a friend pc with no problems.

Should I get one and see what happens? I'd rather do that to a 2500k then my 2600k that runs perfect at 5ghz.
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