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Welcome to Core i7 4GHz+ Club


Over 600 members stong and still counting!



To join the club, please post inside this thread and I'll update the spreadsheet manually.

If you're already on the list and would like to update your OC, again, please post in here to let me know. Thanks!
Only one entry per person, please (that means if you post multiple validations, we'll just use the one with highest OC)

Current highest OC #1 spot:

431: DOM. - Intel Core i7 980x @ 6.56 (CPU-Z validation)

Second highest OC:

170: xxbassplayerxx - Intel Core i7 970 @ 5.92 (CPU-Z validation)

http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=tq7djoZTavN9ao5B1MGAv2w&w=75&h=500 Google Spreadsheet

Just to show our appreciation for the members of the club, we'll be raffling off an item every now and then. This is not something that's going to be permanent and we reserve the rights to terminate the raffle at any time.

Rules are simple:

- You'd have to be a member of the club (U.S. only).
- Prize is totally free. I'll pay for the shipping to US48 states only.
- There's no guarantee what the prize will be. It'll be completely random.
- I'll be using one of the online random numbers/raffle generators to generate a list of numbers (3 in total).
- Numbers in front of your username is your ticket (they'll be use in the drawings).
- I'll post the winning number here on the first page of this thread and all you have to do is post back in this thread to show that you're still an active member of the community and PM me your shipping info (within the timeframe) so I can mail the prize out.
- Anyone who joins after the raffle is announced is excluded (until the next drawing). I'll put a big red line on the spreadsheet to show the cut-off period.
- If winner doesn't claims his or her prize within 6 hour after I posted the winning number (by not responding in this thread) then It'll go to the next number that get drawn (up to 3).

Well, no winner has claim the prize so far so let's wait until next round.

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Club Contest Winners

Sig Link Contest winner
116: whatsthatsmell

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Sig link (just copy and paste this into signature section in your User CP).

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Core i7 4GHz+ Club

Here are some links you may find useful:

- Intel Core i7 specifications

- Ultimate Core i7 Overclocking Guide from Maximum PC

- Intel Core i7-920 Overclocking Guide from X-bit labs

- Overclocking Core i7: Power vs. Performance from Tom's Hardware

- Overclocking Intel's Core i7 920 Processor - thanks to Killerhz

- Guide to Overclocking the Core I7 920 to 4.0ghz by chadamir (OCN)

And here are some benchmarks info (thanks to mapesdhs)

- http://www.sgidepot.co.uk/sgi.html#PC
 

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Saweet! I can edit this post so it's not just blah. New setup looks good. Thanks for taking the thread over reap.
 

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Soon... soon I will be joining this little club.
 

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Well I've gotten mine to 4 GHz, but I run it at 3.9 GHz

I hope I count, in my sig is the CPU-Z Validation, and I can never get it to show 4 GHz, because of Speedstep, but it shows 3885 MHz, so I hope thats good enough.

Nice idea
 

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here is mine baby...

Proof 4189.66




Stability doesn't seen to be an issue and have booted into windows @ 4.2. Timmings on RAM are very loose and need to be tightened a bit. stock vcore of 1.375. Gets a bit hot around the 3rd hour of small ff's
LL
 

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Originally Posted by ProjecT TimeZ View Post
Well I've gotten mine to 4 GHz, but I run it at 3.9 GHz

I hope I count, in my sig is the CPU-Z Validation, and I can never get it to show 4 GHz, because of Speedstep, but it shows 3885 MHz, so I hope thats good enough.

Nice idea

gotta have the validation at 4.0 or 3.98.
 

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I will be joining this club once D-Tek releases their ******* LGA1366 mounting kit for the Fuzion V2.
 

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Originally Posted by Acroma View Post
gotta have the validation at 4.0 or 3.98.
ROFL. OK, I'll get it for you...15 MHz off
 

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ROFL. OK, I'll get it for you...15 MHz off

thanks. i do however like your avatar.
 

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i940, 24/7 settings 4.2ghz at 1.376 vcore loaded, 1.418 bios, LLC, QPI/UC/mem 36/17/8x, QPI/vtt 1.33, DRAM 1.64, pic 1

cpuz validation 4600 at 1.49Vcore, water.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=462368

max spi run 4670 at 1.55vcore, water, pic2
didnt think about getting cpuz valid there.

 

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