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Let's get one thing straight, electro-migration happens at STOCK settings.

Over clocking just accelerates the rate at which it happens, If running 1.5Vcore 24/7 halfs your chips life it'll still a good 5+Yrs life cycle.

How many of you will have your CPU's in 5 years time? EXACTLY....
post #32 of 52
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1 month is hardly a good time interval

Look, I think SB is great, but consider this.

Unless you are running a custom phaser 24/7, most 1366 owners would piss themselves at the prospect of 1.5 volts 24/7.

I'm assuming the affects of 1.5 volts 24/7 on SB would be similar, if not exacerbated.

"BUT THE LOW TEMPS-" BUT NOTHING. Once you get to volts like that, electromigration will happen unless you're sub-zero, and that is begging for it!

Yes, you can push it harder, but don't be stupid.

Give it a year, then report back.


First it was that sandy would die in a few days because of people overvolting them. Then read about it that it would be in few weeks. Then it would be iin a month. Now Claiming that we should give it a year. After a year they will say that it is not enough time.


When i got my yorkfield E8400 launch day, withing the first 2 day people were reporting degration problem because of overvolting. come on we have people running 24/7 1.6v and benchmarking at 1.7v+. Intel has done the impossible apart that this cpu can also handle high temp aswell.

People have been abusing sandy since day one and still abusing them.
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The affects? What affects were you comparing it to?

I think it's pretty ignorant to compare 1.5v on a SB chip to 1.5v on a 1366 chip. The only possible way to run 1.5v on the ladder is with phase change or dice. Whereas 1.5v on SB is possible with air.

I'll take what you say as fear mongering, because you seem to be under the delusions that 100mv is a lot.
I would hardly consider myself fear mongering, I just don't see how packing more volts into a more densely-packed cluster of transistors, no matter how much cooler they run, will turn out well.

Sorry if my earlier post sounded pissy, but to me it just doesn't make sense why someone would do that to their incredibly nice new chip, when performance that is nothing short of bonkers can be had at much safer voltages (Sub 1.4 for 5 Ghz!)

Maybe I'm just "old fashioned", but then again, that would be extremely ironic considering I only started overclocking 3 months ago.

EDIT: For the love of god, don't accuse me of bashing SB. I literally founded the frickin club against people bashing SB, so please don't accuse me of bashing it. I think it's a phenomenal chip, and it pretty much kicks the pants off of 1366. Anyone who denies it has their head in the sand.
    
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well Intel has come out and said they designed Sandy Bridge to handle the extra voltage. Regardless of more densely packed transistors the CPUs are designed to handle the voltage. There are many types of transistors so it wouldn't be surprising if they chose ones with very good flexibility to voltage.
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well Intel has come out and said they designed Sandy Bridge to handle the extra voltage. Regardless of more densely packed transistors the CPUs are designed to handle the voltage. There are many types of transistors so it wouldn't be surprising if they chose ones with very good flexibility to voltage.
I was unaware of this, can you link me to the article? If this is true, it changes everything, then I say...

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I was unaware of this, can you link me to the article? If this is true, it changes everything, then I say...

GO GO GO, Who can get 6 GHz stable 24/7 first?|
it would be hard because sandy multiplier only reach to 5.7ghz, you would have to run a high BCKL to reach 6ghz. Even with Dry ice the limitation is the cpu itself not the temp or voltage
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awwww the pentiums will never be beaten
    
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post #38 of 52
we need to be honest,

most of us bought sandy to have a 5ghz machine.

if that cannot be reached within the so called "save" voltages,why not giving the chip what he needs.

we are talking about a rather cheap 2oo-3oo e chip-not an extreme edition.
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well Intel has come out and said they designed Sandy Bridge to handle the extra voltage. Regardless of more densely packed transistors the CPUs are designed to handle the voltage. There are many types of transistors so it wouldn't be surprising if they chose ones with very good flexibility to voltage.
lol owned

rolfoolofl

testing 5.3ghz 1.54v right now in IBT max temp so far 62c woot woot
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lol owned

rolfoolofl

testing 5.3ghz 1.54v right now in IBT max temp so far 62c woot woot
prime95 blend you will see it fail within a minute.
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