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I have been watching this thread for a long time, and I used it to get mine stable for 24/7 folding. I was wondering if any of you might be interested in folding your 2600k 24/7 to help cure diseases for Stanford University. We have a few teams in need of a few of these chips. PM me if you are interested.
 
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I have been watching this thread for a long time, and I used it to get mine stable for 24/7 folding. I was wondering if any of you might be interested in folding your 2600k 24/7 to help cure diseases for Stanford University. We have a few teams in need of a few of these chips. PM me if you are interested.

It's funny you mentioned that, I have been working with a couple folding editors and you should be seeing something very very soon which wil be exclusive to the intel section.

So keep an eye out smile.gif
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Hi there, naaaaah, my OC is not that big nor i have a golden chip (i haven't finished with this yet though)...
About the temp, yeah, you'd better believe it...no heat for this year man, my thermometer reports 14.5C right now...
I think you are looking at somebody else's submission here's mine at 4.9Ghz: http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/7050_30#post_16354597
The maximum ambient temperature that day was 13.5C. After +12 Prime my max peak temps were 69-78-77-74C so nowhere near 85-90C.
There is no way in hell my maximum temps would be at 70C, the performance is not linear and we are talking about air cooling. But again if you take a look at the screen capture you will see that the "current" (at that specific time) temps are 62-72-69-68C which again is normal (running 1280K FFT).
You can get an idea about my case flow by looking the minimum temps recorded (19-22-19-21C not fair though because i am pretty sure i just switched on the pc, open core temp and started the Prime session right away so add 2-3C).
Also, i was definitely not running the cpu below 1.4V. The screen capture shows 1.416V but that's at that specific time. Since i log everything and keep them in excel, the max peak at this session was 1.456V (max peak, not all the time) so the average was probably around 1.424-1.432V during the 12h session...
I have set each and every case fan (8 in total) after days of experiments/measurements in order to give me the best airflow overall. I use NT-H1which imho is fantastic TIM (always dot method for applying) and there is no way in hell you can mount the "wrong" way the D14 (just two screws, screw all the way down until they stop - there is a stopper-, game over). The money i've spent on the D14 is the best money i've spent for cpu cooling the last 10 years...i am ready to take the W/C root but the D14 will stay for sure... wink.gif
Thanks for your time. thumb.gif

It was difficult for me to see your image and I was going from what you wrote, but perhaps I misunderstood what you wrote. Also the FFT you have running I think runs a bit hotter than blend tests which I usually run, which I didn't take into account. I'm on air at 5.1 and at an ambient of 20C my P95 max is at 68C (blend and custom blend) and I'm folding at about 60C. You obviously know your stuff and are not a "noob."

13.5C, you must be freezing! That's like 56F. I would take advantage of that and try to have the nearest fan blowing directly into the first fan on the cooler. You could even mount one in the 5.25" bay. I knocked off 4C by flipping my top exhaust fan to an intake instead, blowing directly into the cooler fan. Just a thought, but it seems that you are on top of things. Best of luck!
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Also the FFT you have running I think runs a bit hotter than blend tests which I usually run, which I didn't take into account.

Naaah, 1280K is kind of cool (large) FFT...i must hit the max temp when running the small FFT range (actually from 128K up)... wink.gif
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I'm on air at 5.1 and at an ambient of 20C my P95 max is at 68C (blend and custom blend) and I'm folding at about 60C.

I see you have a 2500K and you didn't mention your Vcore (frequency is much less important heat-wise). Maybe your cpu is running cooler (if we are comparing operation at the same Vcore) because it doesn't have HT...i dunno...hmmmm, which reminds me to do a session with HT on and off and compare temps...
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13.5C, you must be freezing! That's like 56F. I would take advantage of that and try to have the nearest fan blowing directly into the first fan on the cooler. You could even mount one in the 5.25" bay. I knocked off 4C by flipping my top exhaust fan to an intake instead, blowing directly into the cooler fan. Just a thought, but it seems that you are on top of things. Best of luck!

Good days of OC, but my a$$ is freezing...lol...no, it's ok, i read 15.5C right now...

My Dimastech open bench will be in my hands soon, so i am ready for open air cooling... thumb.gif

(ok and probably water cooling after that)
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I'm at 1.38 Vcore, and no I didn't consider the HT as well. I understand this makes the CPU run hotter too. Water cooling would be fun to set up, but I'm afraid of an accident. But to be honest this cooler exceeds my needs, so I just have no reason to invest more money or time. I just love tweaking and improving and modding and adjusting.
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Hye guys..just overclock my lovely sandy with mild 4.6ghz overclock..my processor are" vcore sucker"..really need high vcore to get stable..mad.gif
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That is about the same voltage I sit at for 4.5. There are 3 or 4 of us here that need more voltage to get this thing OC. As long as your temps are good, it will be fine.
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I'm at 1.38 Vcore, and no I didn't consider the HT as well. I understand this makes the CPU run hotter too. Water cooling would be fun to set up, but I'm afraid of an accident. But to be honest this cooler exceeds my needs, so I just have no reason to invest more money or time. I just love tweaking and improving and modding and adjusting.

1.38V is cooler, don't forget that my average temp under load at this test was about 1.424V. With 1.4V max peak (about 1.38V average) running Prime for 12 hours, the max peak temp is 73C with maximum ambient temp 14C running at 4.8Ghz. In fact that was my previous submission, have a look (pic attached at post #6834) : http://cdn.overclock.net/b/b4/b42e64b1_fommof.jpeg

By the time i captured that screen shot the temps were 62-68-67-65C, 1.368V (that was the minimum Vcore under load, avg is about 1.38V)

(oh, and you can notice more realistic minimum temps so i must be right about the min temps of my last submission, just switched on the pc and started the Prime session).

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I understand this makes the CPU run hotter too.

Hmmmm. that's what i am reading but one session testing with HT on and off will do the trick. (scheduled!).. wink.gif

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It's funny you mentioned that, I have been working with a couple folding editors and you should be seeing something very very soon which wil be exclusive to the intel section.
So keep an eye out smile.gif
wow! this would be nice..seing intel joining folding team in curing disease..hope to hear a good news soon..

P/s: just post 4.6ghz overclock, please add my details..
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That is about the same voltage I sit at for 4.5. There are 3 or 4 of us here that need more voltage to get this thing OC. As long as your temps are good, it will be fine.

so we are on the same boat..i think i own a bad chip..jelousy seing others achieve high overclock with low vcore..already play with bios..update to latest..seem nothing could help it stable unless the "juice" tongue.gif...
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I'm a pleased to provide, for your consideration, after 4 months of BIOS tweaking and stability testing, a stable 5GHz OC on an i7-2600K!

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Sorry the resolution is so small. Since I only occasionally had time to play with OC settings (it did take me 4 months, after all!), I used my old 1280x1024 monitor, while I kept my 1080p monitor attached to my old computer. Now that I've achieved a stable OC, I can rearrange, and move all my good accessories to my new computer!

Hopefully this meets your requirements. If there's anything else that you need to see, I'm still running Prime (my goal is a 24hour stable OC), so I can take more screenshots. If I get to 24 hours, then I'll update the screenshot.

EDIT: Unfortunately, I BSODed at around 16 hours, but I'm not really that worried about that. I would have liked to go for 24 hours, but just under 16 is more than acceptable!

EDIT 2: CPU-Z validation link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2246641

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mind to post your bios template..i am using malaysia batch chip..i have adjust my bios..this the best i coild set..

What blue screen are you getting when your unstable with less than that vcore? What is your PLL voltage?
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