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Old 05-17-2008, 07:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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It took some time, but I pushed it a little farther. I think I picked the worst day of the year to OC. It's like 97F in San Diego today.
Anyways here is a shot. I guess I should be happy with the OC, but I feel like I should be getting a better SuperPi score.. I'm going to leave the CPU speed where it is for a while, and tweek other things to see if I can get it under 12sec.'s.
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Old 05-20-2008, 04:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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what are you using for cooling? water?
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I believe he said he used Air Cooling.. he got a real lucky low VID Chip..
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Ya, I'm on air. I believe the VID on these chips is rated from .085v to 1.3v or something like that.
My chip is 1.09v normal, so I guess I got a pretty good one, but it could have been better.
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Are you complaining?
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What motherboard is this?

I need to get a new board and really push my e6600

At 3.78ghz I ran a 13.515 Super Pi.

I have no doubt that with a high fsb board I can hit 4.5+
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Old 05-20-2008, 07:34 PM   #17 (permalink)
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What motherboard is this?

I need to get a new board and really push my e6600

At 3.78ghz I ran a 13.515 Super Pi.

I have no doubt that with a high fsb board I can hit 4.5+
I have a P35-DS3L. It was $89 a few weeks ago, now it's $109 I stopped posting results in this thread and moved to the SuperPi thread. But I guess I could have posted this screen shot here also. My highest OC so far with the E7200 is 4.65GHz. I don't think I took a screen shot of that though, I can't check because right now I'm on one of my other PC's (kentsfield )

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^ great job dude.


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At 3.78ghz I ran a 13.515 Super Pi.

I have no doubt that with a high fsb board I can hit 4.5+
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Call it a hunch I guess.

The only thing that was holding me back from going higher was a well known fsb wall on my 975x motherboard.
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Old 05-21-2008, 02:06 PM   #20 (permalink)
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xDrox you can shave off more time if you run in safe mode w/ command prompt. You'll probably break 10's on super pi
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