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+shift.    21

I hope to see your overclocking results in this database soon :)

Should be a good system, you seem to have given it a lot of thought.

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freeza    10

Processor: Intel C2D E8400 @ 3.6 GHz 400x9

Stepping: C0

Vcore: 1.248

Method of cooling and make and model of cooler: Air - stock Intel cooler for Pentium D & Arctic Silver 5

Make and model of motherboard with BIOS version: ASUS P5W DH Deluxe Bios 2704

OS version: Windows Vista Ultimate x64

RAM brand, model number, frequency, and latencies: G.Skill, F2-6400CL5-2GBPQ, 600MHz 5-4-4-10

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+shift.    21

Updated at 1:37AM PST

CHANGES: Added freeza's database info.

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RAID 0    0

Did I forget to add something to my post? Do you need any other info from me?

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gwai lo    0

Nope, everything's in order. If you have the week and code that would be cool, but nothing otherwise.

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RAID 0    0
Nope, everything's in order. If you have the week and code that would be cool, but nothing otherwise.

I don't. I chucked my box after I got this hog running.

Are you planning to add my specs to the database? :whistle:

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gwai lo    0

You're there under Q6600, it's sorted by MHz.

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+shift.    21

Look at the FIRST chart. We don't really know what we're going to do with the second one yet...

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Ci7    187

oh man why i got removed from the the database ??? :blink:

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+shift.    21

You aren't. You're under Q6600. Look at he chart on the top, not on the bottom. Like I said, we don't know what we're going to do about the one on the bottom just yet.

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Ci7    187
You aren't. You're under Q6600. Look at he chart on the top, not on the bottom. Like I said, we don't know what we're going to do about the one on the bottom just yet.

it is not :no: . i dont mean to be offensive ....... and yes i have looked at the upper one :wacko: :dizzy:

there are only marc2003 , utviper , raid0

it is not big deal or somethn but commn

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Obi Wong    10

@Skynetfuture

isn't that you?

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Ci7    187
@Skynetfuture

isn't that you?

lol yea :blush:

actually it look i some who blocked that my raw in the database with Adblock plus by accdent yesterday when i was zzzzz tired :shiftyninja:

i have figured it out by disabling Ad block for this page

hehe forget what i said before guys , thanks :whistle:

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+shift.    21

No problem, we all make mistakes.

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Impact    0

Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @ 3 GHz

D Stepping

1.424 V-Core (idle w/ CPU-Z)

Stock Intel Box Cooler (Air)

Gigabyte P35-DS3L Rev. 2.0 With F8F Bios

Windows Vista Business x64

(2) Kingston KVR667D2K2/2GR 2GB kits (4GB of RAM total)

RAM is 667MHz (PC2 5300) RAM (at stock speed)

I have them running at 5-5-5-15 at 819MHz

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Memtest 86+ Proof:

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gwai lo    0

You memtested? Is that your stability test? Because it's emphasis is checking RAM stability.

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Impact    0

No, I ran memtest as my stability test for RAM. In the screenshot above, I ran orthos for 9 and a half hours to stress the CPU.

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gwai lo    0

Holy crap, either I completely missed those...or you did a little ninja edit after I posted. Okay I'll add you in a few minutes.

edit: I'm looking at what we have now...uhhh...what's different?

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+shift.    21

LOL I can't see the difference either.....:|

I think he was just indicating that his overclock is 9 hours ORTHOS stable.

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Impact    0

the difference is that I now have my 2GB of RAM back that I RMA'd lol. I didn't know if it mattered, but I reposted just in case.

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+shift.    21

Nah, all we need is your RAM brand / model #

4GB vs 2GB of RAM doesn't really make a difference in overclocking compared to the speed, voltages and timing that it's running at.

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Sounds good. Hey, I got a new CPU cooler (the Xigmatek HDT-S963), so you can add that to the database. As you can see, the temps are a lot cooler now compared to the 70 degrees celsius the were getting with the stock cooler:

(In case you can't see, it says 56 degrees on one and 57 degrees on the other.

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+shift.    21

Are you going to try and push your processor to a higher overclock? It would be easier if I just made one update compared to updating for your cooler, and then updating again for your overclock :p

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Impact    0

I don't think I'm gonna try to go higher simply because I had to bump the voltage like .15 volts just to get the extra 100 MHz from 2.9GHz to 3GHz, so it just doesn't seem worth it.

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evm    0
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