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*** i must either have a bad board or a bad chip.....son of a !!!!!!!

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...l#post12369091

This is on air, maybe better results when my liquid cool set comes in ?
Still have yet to try prime or OCCT simply because i am scared of the temps i got just on 3DM....check out my link tell me what you think .

Seeing your guys results makes me sad !!!
I can bench on pretty low volts; on the other hand having a 12+ hour Prime95 overclock is a different story.

OP: Very nice review.
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thanks guys

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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post
*** i must either have a bad board or a bad chip.....son of a !!!!!!!

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...l#post12369091

This is on air, maybe better results when my liquid cool set comes in ?
Still have yet to try prime or OCCT simply because i am scared of the temps i got just on 3DM....check out my link tell me what you think .

Seeing your guys results makes me sad !!!
for sandy bridge good cooling will help stabilise at max benchable clocks but won't help with the cpu's individual mhz ceiling and that ceiling varies very very widely between cpus even of the same batch!

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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
you did a nice job, i forgot to comment at XS so ill do it here, very nice OCing.
thanks!
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thanks
hey i just wanted to know, i have heard p67 RAM should not be more than 1.5V but i have Patriot RAM which is at 1.65V and if i am overclocking then i need to pump the voltage to 1.74V - how bad is this ??

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nice jop
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