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finally bought a cpu cooler replacing absymal intel cooler was hitting 95c on stock voltage now i even did a overlock how do you think the temps are? do you think it is safe to use 7/24 with these clocks and voltage?
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My third core gets the hottest lingering around 78 and peaking at 82... The second hits 80 and the first and fourth are only around 70-73

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From the data you gave about your core temps, I think the 10C difference is enough ground for trying to reseat your cooler. Just apply an amount half of a rice grain in the center of the CPU and let your cooler do the spreading. As a reference, you can take a look at the size of the "@" symbol of a regular keyboard and that would be "more than enough" for your CPU and will most probably be the most optimal amount.

Hope that helps.
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Here is my modest OC. I'm just using Easytune 6 to oc to 4.1.
Thanks for contributing bud. Appreciate it Will be adding you to the spreadsheet now.


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Quick question... does anyone know if ASUS P8P67 BIOS upgrades definitely affect overclocking ability? I am running version 1202 now, but I see there is 1402 out now. From the release notes, I don't see anything major that was changed that would affect its ability to overclock, but what have your experiences been? Is 1402 better or worse than 1202 for overclocking? Thanks.

Not sure bud, I think you should ask in the Asus P67 owner's club, link is in my sig. I was using the 1850 on my Asus P8P67 PRO board and it was working all good in terms of stability but I didn't really run any test's apart from a prime blend just to see if my overclock was still stable or not which it was.

Hope that helps.




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Aight here you go guys just finished 12hrs of p95 4.9ghz @1.344. I actually got it to 5.2ghz @1.42 with p95 for 4hrs but just didnt like the temps oh yea sorry running a 2500kwith a Asrock exteme 3 gen 3

Thanks for contributing to the thread, appreciate it. Will be adding you to the list now



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Originally Posted by solar0987 View Post
The 2500k takes 1.45-1.475 volts to be stable at 4.5 and wont go any higher stable no matter the volts.
Question is.....
Is it the chip or the board that decides the voltage needed?
batch number is 3125b502
Other chips ive seen on other forums from same batch were all great clockers and took low volts.
What do i do?
Buy new chip
Buy new mb?
i want 4.8-5.0 24-7
The overclocking capability trully lies with the cpu, so it does sound like your chip is quite bad when comparing with other's, however overclocking isn't a guarentee so what ever you get above 3.4ghz is a bonus, if you want you could try and see if you can get a replacement.



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here's my submission
Thanks bud, appreciate the screenshot, looks good. Adding you and the other's to the spreadsheet right now.



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Originally Posted by railroadtycoon View Post
finally bought a cpu cooler replacing absymal intel cooler was hitting 95c on stock voltage now i even did a overlock how do you think the temps are? do you think it is safe to use 7/24 with these clocks and voltage?
Well would be a good idea to first fill in your system spec which should give us more info on what you're using, click the user sp link to do that.

In terms of safe votlages and temps, read the first post of the thread, the **Max safe voltages and temps for SB** section should help you decide and if you want to compare voltages and cooling with other's check the spreadsheet






For those that missed it, choose your sig and wear it proudly, Copy and Paste whichever you want





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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page



Spreadsheet contains voltage info, temperature info, cooling info, BIOS templates and seperate sheets hava been created for all of those, including one which filters the i5 and i7. 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, what temps people are getting with the overclocks and at what kind of votlages, I think that it s a great addition to OCN and one that SB and non SB users can benefit from.


Thanks to all that contributed to this thread and spreadsheet, would not have been possible without you guys


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


And again thanks to all those participated, we have some excellent club members here!!!!


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199 submission's so far in the spreadsheet
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Mun any luck on your new chip?

i still have no luck with this bsod 124 crap
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Mun any luck on your new chip?

i still have no luck with this bsod 124 crap
Getting there slowly, I think 1.440v 5ghz is doable with this one but I'm still tweaking pll and vccio:

http://www.overclock.net/15572607-post5272.html

It's crap compared to my old chip but hopefully I get my RMA replacement very soon and then we'll see how that one compares to my new one, whichever overclock's better I'll keep that one. lol

Try the method I posted above and continue with that also read up on the bsod 124 link in my sig. After a while you just know that you need more vcore no matter what.
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Getting there slowly, I think 1.440v 5ghz is doable with this one but I'm still tweaking pll and vccio:

http://www.overclock.net/15572607-post5272.html

It's crap compared to my old chip but hopefully I get my RMA replacement very soon and then we'll see how that one compares to my new one, whichever overclock's better I'll keep that one. lol

Try the method I posted above and continue with that also read up on the bsod 124 link in my sig. After a while you just know that you need more vcore no matter what.
How do i go about for a rma what would be the reason? I got it from ncix usa.
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Getting there slowly, I think 1.440v 5ghz is doable with this one but I'm still tweaking pll and vccio:

http://www.overclock.net/15572607-post5272.html

It's crap compared to my old chip but hopefully I get my RMA replacement very soon and then we'll see how that one compares to my new one, whichever overclock's better I'll keep that one. lol

Try the method I posted above and continue with that also read up on the bsod 124 link in my sig. After a while you just know that you need more vcore no matter what.
Ehhmm.. You know, 1.44v Vcore full load for 5GHz is a very good chip. Most people needs this for 4.8GHz. If you exchange that one you would most certainly get a worse one.

You old chip was a very golden and rare chip.

Edit: Look in you own SpreadSheet bud. There aren't many 5GHz + overclocks, and few of them can manage below 1.44v Vcore for 5GHz
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Just finished my 12hr run.



I was trying for 4.8 but it kept hanging while booting. I'm happy enough at 4.6 anyway.
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Ehhmm.. You know, 1.44v Vcore full load for 5GHz is a very good chip. Most people needs this for 4.8GHz. If you exchange that one you would most certainly get a worse one.

You old chip was a very golden and rare chip.

Edit: Look in you own SpreadSheet bud. There aren't many 5GHz + overclocks, and few of them can manage below 1.44v Vcore for 5GHz
Nah I'm not going to exchange it, I should be getting a replacement via RMA from my old one and then I'll test that one aswell. Yeah did look lol and 1.44 does seem to be just a little below average and that's why I'm not really complaining, atleast 5ghz works lol.


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Just finished my 12hr run.

I was trying for 4.8 but it kept hanging while booting. I'm happy enough at 4.6 anyway.
I'll add you in a sec. Thanks for contributing to the thread. Welcome to OCN and the club

EDIT:

According to Prime, you did 11 hour's.
Edited by munaim1 - 11/6/11 at 7:54am
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