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post #1761 of 10702
The funny thing it that it made it through the AV scan after I forgot to disable it.
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The funny thing it that it made it through the AV scan after I forgot to disable it.
next time it might not. All im saying is that too be more sure of stability try reducing background process and running prime, even better a complete fresh OS install without any drivers.
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Here's my stable 4.8Ghz
I just bought another 8GB of RAM so I haven't installed that yet, but still I am pretty happy with the results, and temps.
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Xtnod

Nice one bud, will add you in a sec

EDIT:

Added check the table it should show up any moment now. Nice overclock bud and very very nice temps

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Edited by munaim1 - 7/21/11 at 6:34pm
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thanks! I been thinking about doing a push/pull on my 320 RAD maybe it'll help drop the temps a few. But I am pretty satisfied with it for now.
Edited by xtnod - 7/21/11 at 6:40pm
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thanks! I been thinking about doing a push/pull on my 320 RAD maybe it'll help drop the temps a few. But I am pretty satisfied with it for now.
Go for it, it could drop temps further!! Might be a good idea if you plan on going higher, good luck with the 5ghz, be sure to post back here with another prime blend run at 5ghz, would be interesting to see the difference between your current one and at 5ghz, we would be able to see the voltage and temp difference between those clocks.

Post a new one and your old goes into the old entries section, that way you can make comparison, your own little datasheet lol

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With so many posts, I decided to make a little graph to get a better idea of what my 2600k could achieve and with what voltage. Here's a little graph I made for myself. Hopefully it comes in handy for someone else.



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If anyone is interested too, I found the trendline for the 2600k vs Voltage and calculated some expected voltages. I know this isn't concrete, but it can give you a general idea of what to expect.

Trendline formula:
OC MHz =3489 * Voltage - 90.479

MHz Volts
34001.000
35001.029
36001.058
37001.086
38001.115
39001.144
40001.172
41001.201
42001.230
43001.258
44001.287
45001.316
46001.344
47001.373
48001.402
49001.430
50001.459
51001.488
52001.516
53001.545
54001.574
55001.602
56001.631
57001.660
58001.688
59001.717
60001.746
61001.774
62001.803
63001.832
64001.860
65001.889
66001.918
67001.946
68001.975
69002.004

If anyone is interested, I could make a graph and expected values for the 2500k as well.
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Doesn't work like that my friend, every cpu is different and some are very good and some a very poor. There would be too many variables to consider before creating any kind of graph or assumptions.
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Doesn't work like that my friend, every cpu is different and some are very good and some a very poor. There would be too many variables to consider before creating any kind of graph or assumptions.
I know, but I figured this should give people a general idea of a good starting point for their OC and how it stacks up to others. I'm sure that a lot of people fall way outside of anything you'd expect. I just find it easier to look at graphs and trends.
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