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07-12-2019 01:39 AM
alancsalt
Quote: Originally Posted by tindolos View Post
I'd like to join the club!!

https://valid.x86.fr/kg8s1l
Joined!



07-11-2019 09:47 PM
tindolos I'd like to join the club!!

https://valid.x86.fr/kg8s1l
07-10-2019 09:09 AM
alancsalt
Quote: Originally Posted by Ground15 View Post
argh, right... http://valid.x86.fr/h4bkav Always forget the stupid numbers


07-10-2019 09:03 AM
Ground15
Quote: Originally Posted by alancsalt View Post
Your full OCN username isn't on that validation.
argh, right... http://valid.x86.fr/h4bkav Always forget the stupid numbers
07-10-2019 08:22 AM
alancsalt
Quote: Originally Posted by Ground15 View Post
http://valid.x86.fr/6y8873
A 45nm chip that doesn't need voltage at all It needed 1.52V for that valid, BCLK limited there, can probably get another ~50-100 MHz out of it if I put some more time into it. 32m at >5.5 needs 1.45V and can be ran without much time tweaking at all, craziest chip and easiest to run chip I've seen so far.
Your full OCN username isn't on that validation.
07-09-2019 04:59 PM
Ground15 http://valid.x86.fr/6y8873
A 45nm chip that doesn't need voltage at all It needed 1.52V for that valid, BCLK limited there, can probably get another ~50-100 MHz out of it if I put some more time into it. 32m at >5.5 needs 1.45V and can be ran without much time tweaking at all, craziest chip and easiest to run chip I've seen so far.
07-07-2019 03:18 PM
alancsalt
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Well, this is what i managed to pull out of my 9900K on all cores and HT enabled.

5.325Ghz works fine. 5.4 works as well but won't validate. Keeps BSoDing on clock_watchdog_timeout. I can't shove anymore volts down it as it already hits 91c booting on this voltage lol.. Oh well 1.507v is fine on 360 AIO water right

https://valid.x86.fr/hpd0sb


07-07-2019 02:18 PM
Imprezzion Well, this is what i managed to pull out of my 9900K on all cores and HT enabled.

5.325Ghz works fine. 5.4 works as well but won't validate. Keeps BSoDing on clock_watchdog_timeout. I can't shove anymore volts down it as it already hits 91c booting on this voltage lol.. Oh well 1.507v is fine on 360 AIO water right

https://valid.x86.fr/hpd0sb
07-07-2019 12:06 PM
H2OMachine
Quote: Originally Posted by alancsalt View Post
Ah, be proud. Above you is dry ice and LN2.



I guess thats not so bad, knowing that i got that far on my killer water loop, and at very decent voltage.
07-07-2019 11:26 AM
alancsalt
Quote: Originally Posted by Darren9 View Post
Mine is actually a pre-built off the shelf Scan PC that came with a factory 5.001Ghz OC, there's no doubt in my mind that it'll boot Windows at 5.1001GHz but do you really want a pre-built back in first place on OCN? Probably better if I don't
No-one here will lose any sleep over it. Go ahead. Let's see your BEST OC!
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