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post #21 of 28841 (permalink) Old 02-14-2008, 04:33 AM
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I'll join seeing I own 4 SKT939 systems currently here my baby currently on a mATX SLI board

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=313371

Processor would go higher but FSB is locked between 200-300

Also can I add multiple systems????

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I'll join seeing I own 4 SKT939 systems currently here my baby currently on a mATX SLI board

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=313371

Processor would go higher but FSB is locked between 200-300

Also can I add multiple systems????
300 max on that DFI?

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I think your vcore problem is because of the stepping. From what I've seen the CCBBE stepping requires some decent voltage to reach the higher clocks...however they seem to clock higher max than the LCBxE steppings do.

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I don't see any reason why you couldn't add multiple systems...I did. Thank god for newegg! My second 939 system will be up and running later today!!!

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No the DFI is getting case transfer right now I am on a EVGA NF44 SLI mATX and has a 300fsb wall but allows me to get 3ghz with 1.475v on 3800 X2 Toledo. Cooling it with CM Gemini lapped with 2 Themaltake 75cfm 120mm one pulling one pushing yet to hit 48c max on both cores

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Guardian:
I think your vcore problem is because of the stepping. From what I've seen the CCBBE stepping requires some decent voltage to reach the higher clocks...however they seem to clock higher max than the LCBxE steppings do.

Death Dealer:
I don't see any reason why you couldn't add multiple systems...I did. Thank god for newegg! My second 939 system will be up and running later today!!!
I was saying over in OooO thread "still makes me laugh" I think my issue right now is heat,even having the lapped CPU/Heatsink is going to cut on air. Saving up for watercooling.

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Watercooling is quiet solution to high clocks but my Gemini runs about the same as my watercooler but its 75cfm @ 32db

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MSI Nvidia 970 GTX
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Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer
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Western Digital Blue 1TB
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EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2
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CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO
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Watercooling is quiet solution to high clocks but my Gemini runs about the same as my watercooler but its 75cfm @ 32db
I'd say my Big Typhoon could handle it,but last night before work I did a stress test and hit 70c at 3Ghz. So day I will lower the Vcore and run again today. I wish I could set the tower next to a window for the winter air=)

I do have an extra 120mm and 80mm fan I could slap on the BT and see if the extra airflow helps.

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I'd say my Big Typhoon could handle it,but last night before work I did a stress test and hit 70c at 3Ghz. So day I will lower the Vcore and run again today. I wish I could set the tower next to a window for the winter air=)

I do have an extra 120mm and 80mm fan I could slap on the BT and see if the extra airflow helps.
Let us know how that goes!

You just reminded me! I've got two extra 80mm Masscool Blue LED fans!!! I think I'm going to rig up some sort of a spot cooler....might help my Zalman a little bit.

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this is the highest stable clock at 1.5v on the 165 CCBBE on watercooling loop with 120mm rad and 80mm rad

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=307353

Originally Posted by Death Dealer
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Official Socket 939 Appreciation Club & Knowledge Base
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(15 items)
771 to 775
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Intel i5 4570
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MSI Z97 GAMING 5
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MSI Nvidia 970 GTX
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Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer
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CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO
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CoolerMaster HAF 932
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this is the highest stable clock at 1.5v on the 165 CCBBE on watercooling loop with 120mm rad and 80mm rad

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=307353
Holy wow! That's a STABLE overclock???? Congrats man! That's amazing!

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