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Come on guys post some sandy's

Edited by munaim1 - 4/5/11 at 12:17pm
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Christ, that's some insane news. In theory if it wasn't for my ram (and I had some decent cooling) I could run a 5.3 24/7 overclock
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So you bring the voltage argument here, "proven" by a tech support monkey reading from the same stat sheet that's been debated (VID range vs safe vCore) for a while now, and then say we can't discuss it? Why even mention it if you don't want it in the thread?
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So you bring the voltage argument here, "proven" by a tech support monkey reading from the same stat sheet that's been debated (VID range vs safe vCore) for a while now, and then say we can't discuss it? Why even mention it if you don't want it in the thread?
tech support or not he works for intel, thats good enough for me. If it goes up in flames then its intel's fault. Secondly that is only a bit of information that I added read the other bit. The reason I added it because it helps the some people, the debate is in a different thread so go there and post whatever you have to say about the matter. Please read the op first before saying anything.

Its confirmation for me, if it's not enough for you then im sorry, end of the day like I said its upto you how you take the information. READ THE OP!!

END of.


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I'm NOT looking for 'who's got the highest overclock'. If you have a mild overclock (4ghz+) then I would really like to see your prime stable with your temps and vcore. A lot of people have been using the term 24/7 by doing only an hour or so on blend. Also there are many that have to say alot when it comes to how much voltage we put through this chip and what temps are safe, sometimes incorrect info is giving and sometimes it can get confusing.

No one is absolutely certain of what the safe vcore is for the new sandybridge chips. What I can tell you is that many say the max safe vcore for these chips are 1.3 region, however, intel states that the max 'VID' is 1.52 and many say that around 1.4 if your on air and 1.45 should be the max if your running water cooling. Personally I will not go above 1.5v for 24/7 with these chip but it is totally upto you. The main thing to understand is that 'you' have to come up with the conclusion of what the max is. That way no one is blamed if the chip degrades (none reported so far, even with '1.4+ vcore' so called high vcore)

Please remember that not all chips are the same, some can do high overclocks with low voltage some cannot as you can see in this this thread and many others.

I am NOT saying join the 'lets see who can degrade their chip faster club' all im saying is, before you call your rig stable post a prime blend and share your experience and info to help others. Referencing this info in a spreadsheet is for myself, hopefully it can help others aswell.

Im sure you understand by now that this is ocn and everyone is still learning, this is my way of understanding the sb users of ocn and their experiences.

Dont worry you wont get flamed for posting your 24/7 sb rig. I stress this: Do plenty of research and then come to your own conclusion, merely SUGGESTIONS will be made based on temps and experience of other sb users. Flaming will be reported!!

This would help to see if i'm part of a minority that uses these so called high voltages at 24/7, so what im basically asking for is, help me and others by posting your stable 24/7, would be nice to be part of the majority rather than the minority. That way if the chip fails then I dont have no one to blame but myself. Thanks
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My statement had nothing to do with whether it was good enough proof or not. It is if you want it to be, and it's not if you see what it really is. My statement was more about the fact that you've spent the entire thread complaining about people who dragged the voltage argument into the thread, and then you turn around and stir the pot yourself.

Just seems backward to me, but whatever.
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My statement had nothing to do with whether it was good enough proof or not. It is if you want it to be, and it's not if you see what it really is. My statement was more about the fact that you've spent the entire thread complaining about people who dragged the voltage argument into the thread, and then you turn around and stir the pot yourself.

Just seems backward to me, but whatever.
I completely understand what your saying, no smoke without fire. Apologies if you and others have felt like that, it does seem that maybe i shouldnt have posted it, i guess you could call it lack of judgement.

Again apologies to ocn members .


EDIT: just realised it's not really confirmation, just a confirmation that intel employ's monkey's that really have no idea.

Taken down from op.

Now lets get back to topic and post some stable sandy's
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I would post my Prime 95 run but running the CPU @78C might not be a good idea. I wonder if changing from the stock fans to some GT 1850's would make a difference. Anyone here upgrade their fans and saw a noticeable performance difference?
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I would post my Prime 95 run but running the CPU @78C might not be a good idea. I wonder if changing from the stock fans to some GT 1850's would make a difference. Anyone here upgrade their fans and saw a noticeable performance difference?
I'm not entirely sure as my rad doesn't even get hot with all my fans on the lowest possible setting, if I blast it to the highest for a considerable amount of time it usually knocks of 2-3c off load, but I would rather have it silent as my temps aint really that high, peaks at 70c and averages around mid 60s with all 6 fans on low. I would like to think that yes it would make a difference but you have to consider what cfm/dba ratio you want. At the moment you stock fans might be producing a considerable amount of cfm but at the cost of noise, whereas the gt's are silent and can offer high cfm's aswell.

Here is the thread that helped me decide what fans to go with on my triple rad, unfortunatly its not really comparing stock fans but hope it helps.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-swiftech.html
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I honest think you should also allow IBT/LinX or even OCCT test as alternate tests. Everybody does not use Prime these days. I've stop using Prime a few years ago and ONLY use LinX (100 passes) & OCCT Linpack Max (5hrs). BTW...It's not overkill...It's always good to know your OC has passed at least a couple of tests. The more tests passed the more comfort you'll have with your OC
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I'm not entirely sure as my rad doesn't even get hot with all my fans on the lowest possible setting, if I blast it to the highest for a considerable amount of time it usually knocks of 2-3c off load, but I would rather have it silent as my temps aint really that high, peaks at 70c and averages around mid 60s with all 6 fans on low. I would like to think that yes it would make a difference but you have to consider what cfm/dba ratio you want. At the moment you stock fans might be producing a considerable amount of cfm but at the cost of noise, whereas the gt's are silent and can offer high cfm's aswell.

Here is the thread that helped me decide what fans to go with on my triple rad, unfortunatly its not really comparing stock fans but hope it helps.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-swiftech.html
Thanks for the link! Yeah right now I'm only running the 3 stock fans so if I had even 6x GT 1850's, I'm sure there would be an improvement there. I switched the fans to a pull configuration and am getting about the same temps so that seems a bit odd.
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