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thanx. but it seems that comparatively the i5 is requiring lesser voltage to get stable than the i7 for the same speed. just to test this theory, i disabled ht in bios and i was able to hit 4.8 ghz at 1.364 v. what do you think?
yes you're right, without HT, the 2600k is pretty much the same as the 2500k.

That'ts pretty good, however, put under stress testing and then we'll see.
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yes you're right, without HT, the 2600k is pretty much the same as the 2500k.

That'ts pretty good, however, put under stress testing and then we'll see.
the voltages I am mentioning are after running prime custom ffts of 1344 and 1792 as suggested somewhere earlier in the thread by you. I have run these tests for 2 hrs each. I will be running the 12+ hr blend for each and will post so that my name can also be added in the club
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the voltages I am mentioning are after running prime custom ffts of 1344 and 1792 as suggested somewhere earlier in the thread by you. I have run these tests for 2 hrs each. I will be running the 12+ hr blend for each and will post so that my name can also be added in the club smile.gif

Theres no need to run the custom FFT's,ie 1344/1792 for as long as you have,20 minutes of each one should suffice,passing them using 90% of available ram is ussualy a good indicator that you will be able to pass 12+ hours of Prime blend.As a rule of thumb,Prime blend takes roughly 3 hours to run a full cycle,then starts again.
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Finally:



Give me one minute and i will post my benches results.
Edited by cba1986 - 8/20/11 at 12:31pm
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Finally:

blendHT1432hs.jpg

Give me one minute and i will post my benches results.

Looking good mate,keep it up,keep an eye on the temps though,creeping up towards max safe.wink.gif
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Thanks. Yeah the temps are a little high but after 14 hours i don't really care. After all is only a H50.
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finally...FINALLY making some progress. 4.7ghz at 1.38 stable, I took first screenshot after i stopped p95 and ofc cpuz went down to 1.6ghz so look at first pic and second.





That was with: 1.38v, vccio 1.15v, PLL 1.80...?
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My benches results:

Processor Arithmetic:



133+158+112=403

MultiMedia



329.67+282.51+384.7+219.33=1215.21

Cryptography



3+6.4+1.4=10.8

Multicore Efficiency



28.25+27.4=55.65

TOTAL: 1684.66
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Feel free my friend,allways willing to help,
Cheers mate, pm coming!
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Moorhen2 & Skulltrail

Your benchmarks have been added, thanks for being the first ones guys. +rep
Glad to help munaim!
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Nice. Also you can disable C1E wuth realtemp.
Really? That's awesome.
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