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Ste 12-24-2007 09:33 PM

Official Intel Overclocking thread
 
This thread holds the record of all member's Intel processor overclocks.
Highest Clock regardless of CPU type will be listed first.

Format: Name, Motherboard, CPU, Clock

Standings:
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1. Baez, Biostar TPower i45, E8500, 4.46GHz
2. zmatt, Biostar TPower i45, E7200, 4.1GHz
3. Slaymate, EVGA X58 SLI, i7 920, 4.01GHz

4. BongWizard, Gigabyte EP45-DS3P, Q9300, 3.74GHz
5. Poizen22, Asus Maximus Formula, Q6600, 3.737GHz
6. commandercup, DFI LanParty DK P35 T2RS, E2200, 3.70GHz
7. Blitersety, GA P35-DS3R, Q6600, 3.60GHz
8. IBM/PS1, Ga-P35-DS3L, Q6600, 3.60GHz
9. veedubfreak, EVGA 680i, Q6600, 3.60GHz
10. carnageX, Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3r rev. 1, E6750, 3.53GHz
11. Twizted_3kgt, EVGA 680i LT, Q6600, 3.51GHz
12. prvrt, ASUS Maximus Formula SE, Q6600, 3.51GHz
13. mgcook, EVGA 680i, Q6600, 3.21GHz
14. krazyq, Gigabyte P35-DS3R, Q6600, 3.20GHz
15. stalin90, Evga 680i A1, Q6600, 3.20GHz
16. MetalOwns, Gigabyte DS3, E6600, 3.2GHz
17. Shumway, Asus P5K SE/EPU, E2200, 3.00GHz
18. pdubcali, EVGA 680i, X3210, 3.00GHz



The format will be as follows, using my setup and results as an example.

Processor: Q6600
Stepping: B
Revision: G0
VID: 1.25
Final Clock: 3.6 Ghz (400 X 9)
Final Vcore: 1.3375 Volts

Power supply: PC Power & Cooling 610 Silencer
MotherBoard: Abit IX38 Quad GT Revision 1.
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Tracer (DDR2 800 2 x 1 GB)
RAM Speed: 800 Mhz
Timmings: 4-5-5-15
RAM to FSB: One TO One
Final RAM Voltage: 2.2 Volts

Stress testing program: Prime95
Hour of Stability: 1.25 Hours
Idle Temparture: 38C
Max Load Temparture: 62C
Reason for Stress Test End: Manual Stop to Game, Crysis, Supreme commander and COD4 stable for over 1.5 months, NOT stable in Nero Vision.

Heatsink: Scythe Mine
Thermal Paste: MX-2
Lapped Heatsink: Yes
Lapped Processor: Yes

Core temp AND CPUZ Screen Shot:
http://aycu19.webshots.com/image/444...0678377_th.jpg


Voltage Information Picture:
http://aycu02.webshots.com/image/442...2669830_th.jpg


CPUZ Validation:
CPU-Z Validator Database


If for any reason you cannot obtain a picture of your CMOS voltages, please type them in manually.

By all means, Post your own results. I only ask that you try to follow the format I Used.
Please do not post any overclock other than YOUR OWN!.
If someone wants to be recognized, then they must post their own information.
No Suicide Runs, Post the settings that you run for the longest period of time.
No Software Overclocks, e.g. clockgen or AsusAiTuner, overclocks must be set through the CMOS Setup.


Overclocking Guides and Information
-------------------------------------
Howto: Overclock C2q (quads) And C2d (duals) - A Guide V1.6 - OverclockersClub Forums
Howto: Minimizing Vcores And Operating Temps-must Read - OverclockersClub Forums

Ste 12-24-2007 09:51 PM

Re: Official Dual & Quad Core Overclock Thread
 
Anyone with an AMD Processor please post your results in the AMD Version of this thread.

It will be stickied soon.

hmammen 12-24-2007 09:54 PM

Re: Official Dual & Quad Core Overclock Thread
 
great thread idea!

mgcook 12-24-2007 10:13 PM

Re: Official Dual & Quad Core Overclock Thread
 
Processor: Q6600
Stepping: B
Revision: G0
VID: 1.275
Final Clock: 3.205 Ghz (356.2 X 9)
Final Vcore: 1.2875 Volts

Power Supply: Rosewill Xtreme 750w
Mother Board: EVGA 680i
RAM: Crucial Ballistix DDR2-800 2GB
Timings: 5-5-5-15
RAM to FSB: 5:7
Final RAM Voltage: 2.2V

Stress testing program: Prime95
Hour of Stability: 9 in pic, over 12 afterwards
Max Load Temparture: 55*C
Reason for Stress Test End: Bedtime

Heatsink: Tuniq 120
Thermal Paste: MX-1
Lapped Heatsink: Yes
Lapped Processor: No

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...2ghzstable.jpg

veedubfreak 12-25-2007 12:04 AM

Re: Official Intel Dual & Quad Core Overclock Thread
 
ste i wont be able to update until i get my 780i. this current board wont overclock.

Ste 12-25-2007 12:04 AM

Re: Official Intel Dual & Quad Core Overclock Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by veedubfreak (Post 1265125)
ste i wont be able to update until i get my 780i. this current board wont overclock.

Ok, I sure hope you get some good results.. :)

Blitersety 12-25-2007 12:09 AM

Re: Official Intel Dual & Quad Core Overclock Thread
 
Processor: Q6600
Stepping: B
Revision: G0
VID: 1.3
Final Clock: 3.6 Ghz (400 X 9)
Final Vcore: 1.475v

Power supply: Antec True Power Trio 650 Watts
MotherBoard: GA P35-DS3R
RAM: 2 GB Crucial Ballistix DDR 800
Timings: 4-4-4-12
RAM to FSB: One To One
Final RAM Voltage: 2.2 Volts

Stress testing program: Gaming
Hour of Stability: several
Max Load Temparture: 65C
Reason for Stress Test End: I don't game forever

Heatsink: Arctic Cooling Frezer 7 Pro
Thermal Paste: AS5
Lapped Heatsink: No
Lapped Processor: No


CoreTemp and CPU-Z screenshot:
http://aycu20.webshots.com/image/374...4014555_th.jpg

Voltage Info Picture:
http://aycu23.webshots.com/image/384...1209095_th.jpg

Ste 12-25-2007 12:13 AM

Re: Official Intel Overclocking thread
 
Blitersety: Do you have any desire to SMP Fold? If you do I suggest you use StressCPU2 as a testing program.
Also, are you sure the manufacture reccomends 2.2 Volts for the RAM?

Blitersety 12-25-2007 12:21 AM

Re: Official Intel Overclocking thread
 
Yea my Ballistix is rated for 2.2 volts. I used to fold all the time but now that my cpu is at 3.6 GHz, and with it being cooled by the AF7 and all, I don't really like the idea of it being at 100% load all the time because the temps are barely under the 71c limit as it is while I'm gaming and what not. Once I get the mx-2 in, we'll see.

Ste 12-25-2007 12:26 AM

Re: Official Intel Overclocking thread
 
You could also lap both your Processor and Heatsink for improved tempartures..


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