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Old 05-01-2010, 11:50 AM   #2671 (permalink)
 
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Thanks Apok, I might have to try 1.425 and see if I can get it stable .
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Thanks Apok, I might have to try 1.425 and see if I can get it stable .
Is your chip C2 or C3 stepping?
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C3, I tried 4.5 at 200 and 20, then 214 and 19, both crashed after running Linx for like 10 seconds (want to get a higher score for Linx ). I'm wondering if my Core Contact can't keep it cool enough to run at 4 .
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So you just straight-up tried to boot at 4.5GHz?
Yeah, that's not going to work without some very low temperatures and enough volts.
*edit* I think you mean 4.0 (200 x 20)

What I did is just set my NB, HTT, RAM speed/timings and volts in BIOS, and change the CPU multipliers once booted.
Also, I'm using water cooling.

But if it's a C3 stepping chip, 4GHz should definitely be possible on air with ~1.5-1.55V ( as long as it's a decent air cooler), or ~4.2-4.3 with tweaking.
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Ooops, meant 4.5 volts not GHz . 200 reference clock and 20 multiplier.
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Ooops, meant 4.5 volts not GHz
4.5 volts??? WTF
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Ooops, meant 4.5 volts not GHz .
That's even worse...
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****, 1.45. I'm off it today.
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you will probably need 1.5V or lower temperatures to get it stable at ~4GHz.
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I'm going to do a prime run at my current clock to see what temps I get (when Linx is running everything else pretty much goes at a halt so I can't see current temp readings).
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