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lol how high are you willing to go with that stock heatsink? :p

Haha, the heatsink is fine. Its still only about 55c, even at 4.1Ghz. Temps are not whats holding me back - the system bclk I can't get higher than 198, even with increased voltages. Apparently Gigabytes new beta bios fixes this so I might give it a go if Lyric manages a better score :p

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kpo6969- 12.48s

P35-DS3L / e8400 @ 3.8 / 4GB G.Skill 1000PQ 5-5-5-12 / OCZ Vendetta 2

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Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P35-S3G

RAM: 4GB OCZ Platinum XTC Rev.2 DDR2-800

RAM Latency: 5-5-5-15

Cooler: Noctua NH-U12P w/ 120mm Noctua NF-P12

Time: 14.297s

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Mobo: Evga 680i SLI

RAM: 3GB Corsair Dominator Series DDR2-800 @ 4-4-4-12

CPU: Intel E6400 (L2 revision) 2.13GHz @ 2.8GHz

Cooler: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

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oh guys , grrrr i wanna my 3rd place :p

what s' up with crazy OC's :D

edit :

and why there is no AMD users ? are they afraid from Ci7 :rofl:

/jking

oh comn , we need there appearance seriously :D

Edited by skynetXrules

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what s' up with crazy OC's :D

no prime95/orthros stability needed

as long as you can boot up and run 1M superpi then it's good

just push your chip to the max

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I figured I'd add a lowly Xeon to the mix.

Time: 17.438

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CPU: Intel Xeon X3350 2.66ghz Stock cooling, stock voltage

Motherboard: Gigabyte EP35-DS3R

RAM: 2 gigs OCZ Reaper X DDR2 8500, running stock

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I'm going to have to organize the sub-categories more later...I have to go for now, but it is updated. & Congrats max on #1...I couldn't get stable over 4.7 for a SuperPI, but I'll tinker more with that later on.

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no amd yet??

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no amd yet??

Nope, no one has submitted any AMD runs yet :)

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I got a score of 9.922, but that was in safe mode, does that count?

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bobbytomorow - 13.859s / Gigabyte P35 DS3R / Q6600 @ 3.78GHZ / G.Skill DDR2-1000 5-7-7-19 2T 2v / Scythe Ninja Plus Rev. B

I neglected my RAM and I can still push her further. I'm going to tighten up my RAM and try for 4GHz and do a repost.

Wow though i7 is really mopping up the competition, good job boys :woot:

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Wow though i7 is really mopping up the competition, good job boys :woot:

Ya you guys with the i7's need to put out some better scores than that haha.

When I get home after work tonight I'll see what I can do.

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I'll be sure to post mine once I'm not busy installing stuff :p Promise.

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I got a score of 9.922, but that was in safe mode, does that count?

Yeah, post up a screen shot with all the required stuff. :D

honestly I didn't think about running in safe mode....I'm going to give that a shot.

updated everyone

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There should be a laptop subset.

I got 17.375 on mine. I'll post up the screenshot later.

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There should be a laptop subset.

I got 17.375 on mine. I'll post up the screenshot later.

I concur. I wouldn't mind running it through my Macbook.

Also i am going to try and push 4GHz out of my old Q6600 and see what she can pull off :p

What do you guys think max safe voltage is for 65nm? 1.5?

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9.797s with beta BIOS. It let me set the bclk to 202. The real figure is 4.242Ghz but in safe mode it doesn't show it properly.

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here my new result :D

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By skynetxrules

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LoL i was on a short amount of time tonight to overclock my cpu, and I pretty much managed to waste an hour of time, it was posting but then I realized it would bsod when I booted it into windows. :/

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LoL i was on a short amount of time tonight to overclock my cpu, and I pretty much managed to waste an hour of time, it was posting but then I realized it would bsod when I booted it into windows. :/

If it BSOD's and your FSB:RAM ratio is 1:1, then its some type of voltage that needs to be increased most of the time. Just have to experiment, takes awhile to find stable settings.

CPU Vcore

NB

SB

or CPU VTT

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apparently i've hit close to the max OC of my chip

won't go past 475x9 or 500x8

not gonna try to push more volts

here's my score!

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Obi Wong - 11.045s / Asus P5K-E wifi/ap / E8400 @ 4.275GHz / Corsair Dominators DDR2 @ 5-5-5-15 1000MHz / Noctua NH-U12P

if i can free up some more time this weekend i'll go steal my fiancee's E8400 lol (that's allowed right? :p )

her batch is supposed to OC better than mine

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behold the winner :p

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Seems a bit slow really but it's at stock and it's a 920 not a 940. Compared to the i7 it's terrible, but still pretty respectable considering it's running at just 29c, max I can get it to is 31c and thats with Overdrive stress tests. Too bad I didn't get the black edition :p I'll make sure I do next time.

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