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post #9901 of 10100 (permalink) Old 11-05-2015, 05:40 AM
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Seeing all these older chips is fantastic, I think many people will agree, that OC'n older chips is more fun cheers.gif
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Kind of solved my motherboards bios problems, so got higher clocks stable smile.gif
http://valid.x86.fr/vk2c45



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My 4790k.
http://valid.x86.fr/7tk0ml

Edit: Updated to 5.2ghz
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Decided to see what some of the cpus that have been accumulating lately would do. Nothing really great, but got a few that should make the club. I've been updating a lot of S775 systems from my church and food pantry to E8400's and just had to see what all of them would do, plus all of the cpu's I am replacing. This was the best E8400 of the four.

http://valid.x86.fr/h73u4s

Celeron 356 3.33 @ 5.02389

http://valid.x86.fr/it7ys7

E3200 2.4 @ 4.23575

and finally

http://valid.x86.fr/kpeus1

E8400 3.0 @ 4.76087

What sort of cooling are these with PapaSmurf ?



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Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3,46GHz @ 4,03GHz : http://valid.x86.fr/5j9g39

When U guys last saw "um" instead of "nm" in CPU-z smile.gif



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a bad x3440 stil hit 4.1ghz though 4.5ghz in single thread and 4.3 in 2 thread loads http://valid.x86.fr/511xci



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i7 920 D0 @ 4.2GHz. Voltage is at 1.266.

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i5 4690k @4.7GHz
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I have to remember to save a validation for my i5 one of these days biggrin.gif
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My E8400 sux, but this is on water

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Wasn't really sure where to post this, since 4ghz isn't really impressive anymore. I felt i needed to post it somewhere though, because i'm pretty pleased with it. From 2.8ghz to 4ghz on stock voltage, fan, and a pretty damn crap motherboard.

Was having some serious problems even getting it to boot past 2.9 at first, and multiplier is locked... upwards. Decided to try decreasing multiplier and increasing FSB, and to my amazement it worked. So far i've seen a 35% increase in performance across the board. Pretty pleased with it. Temperatures seem fine too, and so far so good as far as stability.

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Wasn't really sure where to post this, since 4ghz isn't really impressive anymore. I felt i needed to post it somewhere though, because i'm pretty pleased with it. From 2.8ghz to 4ghz on stock voltage, fan, and a pretty damn crap motherboard.

Was having some serious problems even getting it to boot past 2.9 at first, and multiplier is locked... upwards. Decided to try decreasing multiplier and increasing FSB, and to my amazement it worked. So far i've seen a 35% increase in performance across the board. Pretty pleased with it. Temperatures seem fine too, and so far so good as far as stability.

http://valid.x86.fr/0sihnx
That's very nice for a Llano chip, I remember my A8 3870K needed 1.5v for just 3.5GHz frown.gif The mobo I was using was pretty crappy though, 3+1 phase un-heatsinked vrm.

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That's very nice for a Llano chip, I remember my A8 3870K needed 1.5v for just 3.5GHz frown.gif The mobo I was using was pretty crappy though, 3+1 phase un-heatsinked vrm.
Yeah, from what i've read i should be lucky to get 3.8. Really wish i had some better cooling and a better motherboard, have a feeling i could get her much higher. Not bad for $33 from ebay.

That being said, still can't play fallout 4 lol.

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Wasn't really sure where to post this, since 4ghz isn't really impressive anymore. I felt i needed to post it somewhere though, because i'm pretty pleased with it. From 2.8ghz to 4ghz on stock voltage, fan, and a pretty damn crap motherboard.

Was having some serious problems even getting it to boot past 2.9 at first, and multiplier is locked... upwards. Decided to try decreasing multiplier and increasing FSB, and to my amazement it worked. So far i've seen a 35% increase in performance across the board. Pretty pleased with it. Temperatures seem fine too, and so far so good as far as stability.

http://valid.x86.fr/0sihnx

4GHz is just as impressive as it was when this club started when you consider what cpu is involved. Sure you pretty much have to be an idiot to not be able to take a lot of recent cpus to 4 Gig, but it takes just as much skill, knowledge, perseverance, and effort to take a cpu from several years ago to 4 Gig. Never look at an achievement as less of one. It's still an achievement.


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4GHz is just as impressive as it was when this club started when you consider what cpu is involved. Sure you pretty much have to be an idiot to not be able to take a lot of recent cpus to 4 Gig, but it takes just as much skill, knowledge, perseverance, and effort to take a cpu from several years ago to 4 Gig. Never look at an achievement as less of one. It's still an achievement.
Thanks smile.gif. It felt good seeing that windows load screen after getting everything all figured out in the bios.

Even better seeing that it seems to run stable.

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Never had issue with OC on this old dawg... Pentium Extreme Edition 965 4M 1066FSB @ 4.26GHz. Always a good conversation piece.

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