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post #1 of 3081 (permalink) Old 09-27-2009, 10:09 PM - Thread Starter
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Official AMD K10 4GHz+ Club


This club was originally formed back in 09 by jimibgood, due to some rather unfavorable actions, the club didn't catch much notice, because of this the club for the most part died. After seeing the 4GHz club and noticing the overwhelming amount of intel's that are on it, I've decided to take over this club / thread over and bring it back to life. ( Thank you ira-k and Tator Tot )

This club is to be a gathering of people who have pushed their systems to and above the 4GHz mark. With that being said, there are AMD clubs here on OCN dedicated to pushing your system as far as you can while still managing to be stable ( which will be listed at the bottom of this post ), this club, however isn't one of those. While they focus on stability, this club is for those who don't mind suicide runs just to see how far they can REALLY go.

To be included, please fill out the required information.

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Posts without a CPU-Z link will not be added until you can provide the link.

I will no longer be updating the spreadsheet, i'm in the process of creating a newer, better one.



I update this thread every couple of hours and i only update when the required information is posted. Per request of a few people i'm also changing the way the CPU clock is listed. From now on, i will update your clock aswell as provide a link to the post which contains the CPU-Z link. Any questions or suggestions feel free to ask inside the thread or PM me, i'll always respond to either.

The people who posted in this thread before i took ownership will be added to the list. I'm looking forward to adding some new members, feel free to let other 4GHz+ AMD users know about this thread.


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Feel free to add the code to your sig's, and be proud you're one of us.

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post #2 of 3081 (permalink) Old 09-27-2009, 10:11 PM
 
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Why would you use intel burn test?

Each of us use different tests. I do not want this as a suicide 4Ghz.. I want some stabilty. I understand Intel Burn does not mean 100% stable but if you read above, you will understand
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Hold on guys I am learnin a better spread sheet and am not done with rules....
Use google docs to make a spreadsheet. You just paste the link and it puts it into the thread like how I did in this thread: https://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/52...-550-club.html

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post #4 of 3081 (permalink) Old 09-27-2009, 10:24 PM
 
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This was with 1.575 vcore I think, and 100% stable but I don't have any screenshots. Don't add me to the list, I guess this can be reference only. Coretemp and IBT are bad programs anyway.
Its not a suicide 4.0 but it has to be "runnable".. I can edit the rules if needed what do you all think...
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Use google docs to make a spreadsheet. You just paste the link and it puts it into the thread like how I did in this thread: https://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/52...-550-club.html

How do I save it as a URL??
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How do I save it as a URL??
You have to publish it and make it available online or something like that first. Just look through the options. I can't remember the exact procedure but it is pretty easy.

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You have to publish it and make it available online or something like that first. Just look through the options. I can't remember the exact procedure but it is pretty easy.

Dom I cannot figure out Google spred sheet. Can you hook me up with foxy???
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its very hard 4 GHZ stability for aircooling users...

validation one:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=705946


validation 2:
http://valid.canardpc.com/cache/screenshot/730114.png


superpi 32M (partial stability-stability for web, mp3, for oldies games etc, some benchmarks without Cinebench multi+wprime 1024M)

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JK.. I should be getting my X4 955 this week, maybe next week, so I'll give it a shot.


And take out IBT, it doesn't do anything for stability. When I was going for 4GHz on my e8400 I passed 20 loops of 3GB IBT and failed Orthos blend after 5 minutes.

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he told about partial stability, not about 100% stability (4GHz with AIR and 100% stability is from 99% unreal! only happy lucky users x4 955 and a bit more users with x4 965)

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