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Spreadsheet now contains cooling info and a new sheet has been created for that aswell (All Sorted By Cooling). This should be helpful to SB users and those looking to get SB, it also helps provide real world data regarding how the coolers are performing, I think that its a great addition to the table and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Many thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spreadsheet, we are very close to 70 members and we are looking for MORE

SO GET POSTING GUYS BUT REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE RULES!!!!

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I think the cooling sheet is a great idea. Since we all know different coolers gives different results. It'll help give insights on what average temps everyone is getting with which cooling device and at what volts. And also which is the most popular is cooling the SB.
Edited by xtnod - 7/21/11 at 9:48pm
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I think the cooling sheet is a great idea. Since we all know different coolers gives different results. It'll help give insights on what average temps everyone is getting with which cooling device and at what volts. And also which is the most popular is cooling the SB.
Thanks bud, that's exactly the purpose of it
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Sandy Stable people: Have you tested if you can get away with a little bit less Vcore if using Command Rate 2t instead of 1t?

I think It may be helping me a little bit. I will continue testing.
    
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No more volts for you! Come back...ONE year.



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I went for the 43x multiplier with no problems.



I guess I was using the wrong tab on CPUID for my memory as I have 8 GB not 4 GB. Guess it doesn't make that much difference.

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Spacin9guild

Added to spreadsheet, thanks for following the rules and contributing to the thread.


Inglo

Updated your entry, you can find your old entries in the old entries section, should help you compare voltage and temp differences from each of your overclocks.


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Can I join the club?
Maybe some of you can help me get past 4.7ghz as well! I can't seem to get the 48x multiplier stable even at 1.4v





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*Looking through the sheet. Looking for 2600K, HT on and 4.8GHz*

Yeah... Seems like the others who have submitted here used in the 1.390 - 1.430 Vcore range for 4.8GHz. And I get better temps VS those NH-D14's with my Lapped TRUE 120 using the CM Hyper 212+ fan

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Can I join the club?
Maybe some of you can help me get past 4.7ghz as well! I can't seem to get the 48x multiplier stable even at 1.4v
Enabled Internal PLL Overvoltage?
Edited by turrican9 - 7/22/11 at 3:25pm
    
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I was playing Batman Arkham Asylum this afternoon (which I hadn't played before). Scarecrow freaked me out.
So there's a scene where right before your final encounter with Scarecrow, where he is supposed to be playing on Batman's worst fears, instead the screen totally glitches and it looks like you're having a complete overheat meltdown. I went to emergency shut down on my system because it looked so real. This is by design though; Scarecrow is actually playing on you the player's fear that your hardware is failing. I was totally fooled.
The fact that this coincided with my current testing of overclocking stability is ironic. Although it looked like there was something going wrong with my 460 rather than my i5.
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