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Oh you're 8 hour blend stable? That's all you need really for 24/7 use, the only way I would see an 8 hour blend test fail is maybe folding for days. Anyway nice OC +1
I've had two Prime 95 tests fail while trying to get a "100%" stable OC.

One at 8H 13M
One at 8H 47M
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I've had two Prime 95 tests fail while trying to get a "100%" stable OC.

One at 8H 13M
One at 8H 47M
I would bump up the vcore one notch. That would more than likely get you stable 12 hours which should be adequate for 24/7
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Man... has anyone here had to deal with CoolerMaster Support?
     
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Got a new 2600K hitting 4.9GHz at same voltage my other one hit 4.8GHz at. 5GHz is still too hot w/o better cooling.
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Here is my submission.

Corsair Dominator 4GB
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Edited by PulkPull - 4/12/11 at 9:16pm
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Nice!
     
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@ Pulkpull - Nice Overclock, ADDED
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I should boycott ASUS and CoolerMaster for Life...

Anyways anyone got anymore stable OC's?
     
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Y'all know about the problem I had before from the RX360 radiator / XSPC 750 kit. So I took the motherboard out remounted everything even cleaned the inside of the CPU block with toothpaste. Put it all back together and I am still getting really high temps.

For reference, I am running a SB 2600K @ 5001MHZ 1.43V.
After just 5 minutes of OCCT load, my peak temps are 67C 78C 76C 74C.
I dunno about you but those temps seem extremely high. When I play games the max I hit is 61C but @100% CPU load I get temps that I should NOT be getting. Keep in mind this is solely a CPU loop with a THICK 360mm XSPC radiator with some 1200+rpm stock fans on them. I am running in a pull configuration but even so when in load the radiator is cold to the touch so there has to be something wrong.

Should I remount or get some better fans? I believe I should be getting about 10C lower than what I get atm.

And here is someone who runs his on air with LOWER clocks but the SAME 1.4V.

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I am struggling to get 4800 GHz stable. Right now on load my volt is @ 1.4 with 73c. I think that this is as far as I can go on air for a 24/7 rig. I have been upping the CPU current capability and VRM frequency and notice that it help extend prime pass the hour mark. From the Asus help window it state that lower VRM frequency help with stability but i find it the opposite. What does this setting actually do and does it minimize vdrop like i think it does? Any recommendation to get this stable?

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AI OVERCLOCK TUNER = MANUAL
BCLK/PEG FREQUENCY = 100
TURBO RATIO = 48 All CORE
INTERNAL PLL VOLTAGE = ENABLED
MEMORY FREQUENCY = DDR3 1600mhz
EPU POWER SAVING MODE = DISABLED
LOAD LINE CALIBRATION = ULTRA HIGH
VRM FREQUENCY = MANUAL
VRM FIXED FREQUENCY MODE = 420
PHASE CONTROL = EXTREME
DUTY CONTROL = EXTREME
CPU CURRENT CAPABILITY = 130%
CPU VOLTAGE = MANUAL MODE
CPU MANUAL VOLTAGE = 1.415
DRAM VOLTAGE = 1.500
VCCSA = 0.925
VCCIO = 1.1
PLL = 1.8?
...auto
I'd say there is something horrible wrong here xD
Edited by blazarcher - 4/13/11 at 6:44pm
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Y'all know about the problem I had before from the RX360 radiator / XSPC 750 kit. So I took the motherboard out remounted everything even cleaned the inside of the CPU block with toothpaste. Put it all back together and I am still getting really high temps.

For reference, I am running a SB 2600K @ 5001MHZ 1.43V.
After just 5 minutes of OCCT load, my peak temps are 67C 78C 76C 74C.
I dunno about you but those temps seem extremely high. When I play games the max I hit is 61C but @100% CPU load I get temps that I should NOT be getting. Keep in mind this is solely a CPU loop with a THICK 360mm XSPC radiator with some 1200+rpm stock fans on them. I am running in a pull configuration but even so when in load the radiator is cold to the touch so there has to be something wrong.

Should I remount or get some better fans? I believe I should be getting about 10C lower than what I get atm.

And here is someone who runs his on air with LOWER clocks but the SAME 1.4V.



I'd say there is something horrible wrong here xD
Doesn't seem that outrageous considering I get ~95C at that speed/voltage. 30mV from 1.4 to 1.43 can make a bit of difference temp wise coupled with a 200MHz clock speed increase. For comparison purposes, what temps do you get at 4.8Ghz and 1.4v?

EDIT: Also, not all chips are created equal. One of my 2600K's runs ~5C hotter at the same voltage/speed than another 2600K.

I would imagine 3 or 6 Yate Loon D12SM-12's would be a good fan choice. 1650 RPM 70 CFM.
Edited by compudaze - 4/14/11 at 6:41am
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