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hmm, lasted 10 minutes so far in Prime95 at 5GHz and 1.44v O.o GOGO GADGET 12 HOURS! lol
2hours in, is it still running?
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2hours in, is it still running?
Yep.. although I had to raise the voltage to 1.45v
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Yep.. although I had to raise the voltage to 1.45v
what are your temps like?
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what are your temps like?

Peak is 68-69C, average is 64-65C
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Peak is 68-69C, average is 64-65C
your temps are exactly the same as mine lol. if it runs for 12+ hrs are you gonna keep it as your 24/7 or go back down to 4.8ghz?
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your temps are exactly the same as mine lol. if it runs for 12+ hrs are you gonna keep it as your 24/7 or go back down to 4.8ghz?
I'll probably stick to 5, I don't mind it since its under 1.5v lol
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Alright... The definition of FUBAR happened to me earlier this week. I did another Prime95 12 hour run, everything was going fine. I hit the 10 hour mark, so after checking up on my computer I decided to leave my room.

While in the living room I heard a loud pop, and assumed it came from outside, so Ignored it. I came back at around the 12 Hour mark and everything seemed fine. I even got a screenshot and was pretty happy about my temps. Then I started to smell something strange.

Opened up my case and sniffed around, I found a strange smell from the wires. I also saw this message from AI Suite II.

[05/01/2011 at 03:04 am] +12V 0.192 Abnormal
[05/01/2011 at 03:04 am] +12V 12.288 Normal

[05/01/2011 at 12:27 pm] +3.3V 0.096 Abnormal
[05/01/2011 at 12:27 pm] +3.3V 3.424 Normal

So I turned off my computer, and spent the next hour turning it off and on to identify the smell. Turned out a capacitor in my Cold Cathode kit exploded. I was terrified that it was the PSU's fault so I removed it and RMA'd a new one. Finally got it in, so to make a long story short... I'm never running Prime95 again! I found my Stable clock and I'm leaving it here, I'm happy with it.

I do have a few questions though... When I installed my new PSU it posted and said overclock failed. I went in and confirmed all the settings and everything is exactly the same. Does a PSU, even the same model and capacity, effect CPU Voltages and overclocking? The only difference I've seen is that when I set my DDR Ram on my old PSU to 1.5v, it'd show as 1.495v in BIOS, now it shows as 1.51v. Am I being Paranoid for no reason? .006v on Ram shouldn't effect my stability on my current Overclock right?
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psu are kinda like cpu's, there might come from the same batch but operate under small differences. Psu's do have a lifetime aswell, therefore a new one will most likely have consistent voltages, whereas old ones, through wear and tear decrease the voltage output slowly by slowly. Just my two cents, maybe someone with a bit more knowledge on psu's can give you some more info.


0.006v can make all the difference trust me. For example 1.464v on my cpu lasted just over couple hours (2hours 20mins) one small bump to 1.472 and now I am stable for over 12hrs in blend.

EDIT: if setting volts in the bios, and it's more than what you where getting before, then just set it to your old settings. so if it was stable at 1.495v with the bios setting of 1.5 then set it to 1.485 in the bios now and it should be more than likely to stay at 1.495.
Edited by munaim1 - 5/3/11 at 6:01pm
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Here's my submission. Prime95 12 Hour Blend Run Stable at 4.7 GHz with HT Enabled! I was lucky the night I re-did it and it was a bit colder outside, so my Ambient Temp was around 26°C - 28°C. I also got my Shin-Etsu X23-7762 Thermal Compound, so I saw a nice drop in my temps.

This will most likely be my 24/7 overclock since Temps aren't bad and the voltage is pretty low, even though I'm using Fixed Voltage instead of Offset Voltage. Unfortunately, I can only get 4.6 GHz at 1.34 with Offset.

Maybe if I decide to spring for Water Cooling I can see what this CPU can really do, getting 4.7 GHz Stable at such a low voltage makes me believe this CPU can hit 5.0 GHz without breaking a sweat. I'd try it now if I didn't believe I'd fly by 98°C within a few minutes.


Edited by Atiesh - 5/3/11 at 6:04pm
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0.006v can make all the difference trust me. For example 1.464v on my cpu lasted just over couple hours (2hours 20mins) one small bump to 1.472 and now I am stable for over 12hrs in blend.
I can see that happening with a CPU, but with DRAM? Luckily, when I loaded up Windows the DRAM showed the same voltage as my old one at 1.495v, so everything seems fine.
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