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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-01-2009, 06:51 AM - Thread Starter
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Post your OC, Voltage, Settings and Temperature you got with the QX9650

Asus Strike II Formula Bios 2201
QX9650 4.2 GHz
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How many volts for 4.33? I'm guessing more than I'd dare put through mine.


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I've set 1.44 (cpu-z read) but prime95 fail after 3 min.

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Thats quite high for a 45mn, I'd prob get over 4Ghz stable if i tried it. I run mine at 3.8 with 1.32v, once I go higher It needs a lot more volts for a few more hertz.


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could you post your settings and your temps?
I'm trying to get it stable a 4.2 but come not over the prime95 test.

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The Highest I've had stable is 3.95Ghz (465x8.5) with 1.37v idle in windows, Fsb 1.3v, Northbidge 1.55v (watercooled), temp was touching 65c in Intel Burn Test (would be 50-55c in prime 95). More CPU volts would bring a higher clock but personally I'm running low noise fans at low rpm on my rads and 3.8Ghz is enough to keep the GFX happy.


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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-01-2011, 05:04 PM
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The best I could do on my quad was 3.8G with an 1800Mhz FSB of course I could do 3.8G on lower FSB speed's using the unlocked multi but it's no fun changing the multi when you can play with the FSB speed it's much more challenging..

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3.8 @ 1600Mhz http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=414850

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