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Kana-Maru 05-16-2014 02:14 PM

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Originally Posted by sergec19 View Post

my result for 24/7 with my x5660 4.51Ghz @ 1.37v

http://valid.x86.fr/xv0ulv



Welcome to the club. thumbsupsmiley.png

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Originally Posted by Bradford1040 View Post

Thank you, I just got a 4.8ghz stable but a stupid USB bug code BSOD made me miss the validation lol, I need to do more searching on cpu pll voltz and other stuff as well, I can't set my PLL voltz lower than 1.8v on my board so never was able to see if lowering it would help but I think I might need to raise it with 4.8~5.2 ghz? did you have to?

Nah I don't mess with PLL that much. It will cause some degrading for sure. High PLL voltage settings kills CPUs much quicker. 1.80v PLL is the default voltage. I left my settings on AUTO. 4.8Ghz is a nice speed. I understand it's not for 24/7. I actually hit 5.4Ghz and booted into Windows. I restarted my PC because I just didn't like the amount of voltages going through my CPU. You should be careful because I have been reading about CPUs losing their overclocks due to degradation. In other words your stable safe OC's become unstable and you have to run your PC with either more voltage or lower core speeds.

notyettoday 05-16-2014 06:34 PM

Edited my first post with validation, smile.gif

dpoverlord 05-16-2014 06:54 PM

Will send validation score. Edit more photos later
Case photos
http://m.imgur.com/a/j4rt4




Shows my progression to 4.6ghz running at 4.56 now

Bradford1040 05-16-2014 08:48 PM

dude! 1.646v? wow! I do not care all that much if I fry my chip, but that is some high voltz for the hexa core! I seen one of your other pics showing 1.31v @ 4.4ghz from what I have been reading on the 980~990x and X56** chips the max safe core voltage for 24/7 is 1.45~1.5v depending of course on heat which I have to admit looks like you have noooo problem there! I am on a glorified air cooler the H100i so can't get maxing my chip out with out seeing temps climbing into the 88c range which is my un-confort zone lol, I know the max is 96c or 97c and not the 100c that most are at, so pushing past 80c my balls start to crawl up lol. But if I pushed to 1.646v I bet my CPU/Hexa Furnace would pop! lol

aznplayer213 05-17-2014 02:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Kana-Maru View Post


Nice temps by the way. Add the code to your signature.

I'm actually running on "old tech" with my prolimatech megahalem. I actually just recently upgraded my fans on it to get better temps. Using two Noctua NF-P12 for push pull.

Kana-Maru 05-17-2014 07:32 AM

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Originally Posted by notyettoday View Post

Edited my first post with validation, smile.gif


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akromatic 05-17-2014 07:42 AM

hmm i dont have a xeon yet still rolling with a i7 920 but trying to hunt down a hexacore

freeagentt 05-17-2014 08:10 AM

I've been on x58 for about 5 years or so. I've had my Xeon for about for about three and a half years.

http://valid.x86.fr/ajcle1

Carbon00ace 05-18-2014 08:53 AM

CPU-Z validation -

http://valid.canardpc.com/1x5r77

Bradford1040 05-18-2014 11:34 AM

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Originally Posted by akromatic View Post

hmm i dont have a xeon yet still rolling with a i7 920 but trying to hunt down a hexacore

I have been posting good prices on another thread, you want me to PM you anytime I find one at a good price? Oh and can you use Ebay and Amazon?


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