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I could run you some tests with my sig rig Just name the software.

Munaim

I dropped the VCCIO and saw about 5c lower temps. I think 5GHz 1.375V is still considered a good overclock on air if I can get some Prime95 results
What sort of games do you have available? Maybe something like Bad Company 2 that is recent but doesn't stress the GPU too much?

put it on like medium settings, no aa/af, your default resolution, and then run the same benchmark (some sites use the opening on-rails part of single player with fraps running). do this test for 4.5 ghz, 4.6, ... up to 5.0ghz. Would be really curious to see how the FPS scales on these higher end overclocks.
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What sort of games do you have available? Maybe something like Bad Company 2 that is recent but doesn't stress the GPU too much?

put it on like medium settings, no aa/af, your default resolution, and then run the same benchmark (some sites use the opening on-rails part of single player with fraps running). do this test for 4.5 ghz, 4.6, ... up to 5.0ghz. Would be really curious to see how the FPS scales on these higher end overclocks.
I'd rather run generic benchmarks such as Crysis Benchmark Tool or 3DMarks since it's much less hassle.

Edit: Finally, my submission

Edited by Tuxi - 10/12/11 at 7:48am
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Here is my god awful, embarrassing, disgusting, horrible intel chip submission.

Wow this chip sucks, prolly going to try to RMA this or something I don't give a s***...

4.6 GHz @ 1.450 volts. How sad.



EDIT: Not even worth the argument. Rofl.
Edited by hahysera - 10/12/11 at 8:34am
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Question. How does disabling the igpu assist in OCing our Sandy Bridges? Does it lower specific voltage requirements or lower our temps any?
For me, I didn't see any core voltage or temp changes disabling it, but it did let me run stable at a lower VCCIO(1.100). My 2600k @4.7Ghz/1.37v(LLC Extreme, VRM 320, Current 130%, PLL1.675) with the iGPU enabled I did have to give a bit more VCCIO(1.118) to run stable.
 
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I'd rather run generic benchmarks such as Crysis Benchmark Tool or 3DMarks since it's much less hassle.

Edit: Finally, my submission
Both your Prime95 and RealTemp are out of date

Can you post your BIOS settings
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Here is my god awful, embarrassing, disgusting, horrible intel chip submission.

Wow this chip sucks, prolly going to try to RMA this or something I don't give a s***...

4.6 GHz @ 1.450 volts. How sad.

http://i56.tinypic.com/6iwwi8.png
EDIT: Not even worth the argument. Rofl.
I'm surprised you ran your memory at 1t for a 12h prime95 run.
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seems to be ok after 13 hours prime standard blend test, at 5Ghz
hopefully good...
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Both your Prime95 and RealTemp are out of date

Can you post your BIOS settings
I've ran over 40hours of Prime95 and now I've outdated versions? FFS.
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I'm surprised you ran your memory at 1t for a 12h prime95 run.
Don't even know what that means...
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Don't even know what that means...
your memory was overclocked, the command rate for memory latency is 2t at default for the g.skill ripjaws, so would look something like 9-9-9-24 2t but you had yours 9-9-9-24-1t.

1t will work for many modules but it's still can cause instability as the memory isn't rated for it.
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