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Old 05-03-2009, 08:39 PM   #431 (permalink)
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Core Temp and OCCT both gave identical readings, but FanSpeed was telling me 76C
surely just a matter of which probes the programs are accessing
Since you don't have a good cooler those readings may be right. Real Temp was the most accurate program for 45nm Intel cpu's back when they were released but it's possible other programs have been updated to read them correctly too.
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Old 05-11-2009, 08:38 AM   #432 (permalink)
 
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Dont know exactly how good that is.....
3.6GHZ, so a 1GHZ oc on stock voltage (roughly what stock+turboboost used).
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not bad on air, i think the upper max for stable on air on C0 is 3.8...good job and on stock vcore too! but watch those temps, anything above 80c you should worry about.....although the i7 does have a tjmax of 100c

when does your water cooling loop come in?
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not bad on air, i think the upper max for stable on air on C0 is 3.8...good job and on stock vcore too! but watch those temps, anything above 80c you should worry about.....although the i7 does have a tjmax of 100c

when does your water cooling loop come in?
I could probbaly go to 3.8 you know on stock. I mean, if 3.6 works, for an extra 200mhz i should be able to do it, if not i should be able to do it with +0.02v.

The water loop i havent ordered yet. Waiting for sidewindercomputers to get some of the heatkiller 3.0 heatsinks back in stock. Also waiting to make enough commision at work. Mothers day was hectic, made around $130 extra i recon... have to check that, also made $70 last week.

So i have around $200AUD so far, another two weeks is when they said they are expecting them and then i should have enough if i even decide to go through with it at all.
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Intel i7 920 @ 4.210Ghz D stepping 3849A916




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CPU VCore ( 1.300 )
CPU VTT Voltage ( +300 )
CPU PLL VCore ( 1.75 )
DIMM Voltage ( 1.65 )
DIMM DQ Vref ( +0 )
QPI PLL VCore ( 1.300 )
IOH VCore ( 1.375 )
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For those that have i7's what options have you disabled in the CMOS setup?

other than EIST and C1E?
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What about turbo boost?
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leave turbo on, it gives you the 21x multiplier (on the 920)
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Well yea, but doesn't it only OC one core for some single threaded apps?
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