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post #61 of 180 (permalink) Old 04-29-2012, 08:55 PM
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I need to make a thread about breaking a 980x. The replies would be fun biggrin.gif

Killing 3960X would be a fun thread as well. lol

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I suggest you not OC then, because you are killing it faster.... and 2500k's are terrible folders.

You must hate science as a whole...testing things until failure is just a fact of life.

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My 2500k is getting 65k PPD atm... rolleyes.gif


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Why you should do such a thing ? Just donate the CPU, if you don't use it.

Indeed. Give it to me and I'll make a folding rig out of it.

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I put 1.65v through mine to get the max multi. Don't run prime. Just see the highest you can get to get into windows.

And put a fan on the VRM heatsink. It can get hot.

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I put 1.65v through mine to get the max multi. Don't run prime. Just see the highest you can get to get into windows.
And put a fan on the VRM heatsink. It can get hot.

this and forget P95
EDIT; set BCKL 99.8 Vcore 1.6 multi x54 if it loads windows you got a keeper

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Thread cleaned.

Guys, this is OCN. Aka, the "pursuit of performance". wink.gif I see no reason why the OP should be bashed simply because he wants to push his hardware as hard as he can. If I see any more posts flaming him, they will find a nice present in their PM box.

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My 2500k is getting 65k PPD atm... rolleyes.gif

lol. Generalizing from my experience I suppose. 65k is certainly very good. 10-40k I would say is where most fall.

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yes it's true and i have cancer. ( by the way that was not a joke )
forgot to hit the quote button.

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Why would you want to destroy a £150 CPU and then be worried about the £100 motherboard?

Congrats on 5GHZ all the same.

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I started laughing when I saw the title lol. Prepare for a ton of rage comments. I'm thinking this thread will reach 50 pages in less than a week lol, that's if it doesn't get closed of course wink.gif . Anyway, looking forward to see how far you can get with an H100. Like the others said, forget P95, just boot into windows and then overclock even more!
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