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Old 08-02-2007, 10:18 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have my opty at 2808 on stock voltage 8 hours dual p95 . I pushed it to 3.1 but didnt like the temps as my zalman 9500 sucks anything but air.
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is my heatsink and fan better than yours?
if so, do you suggest i try oc it more? considering my mobo
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Bah all the OC pros use Liquid Nitrogen anyways. lol now that will break your budget. can you say 8ghz?
Yeah, but liquid nitrogen is not exactly a sustainable way to keep it cool. Plus, with the rapid cooling, the CPU doesn't last extremely long.

At least with watercooling, it is sustainable.
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Yeah, but liquid nitrogen is not exactly a sustainable way to keep it cool. Plus, with the rapid cooling, the CPU doesn't last extremely long.

At least with watercooling, it is sustainable.
btw u didn't say how u oc'ed with water cooling....
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btw u didn't say how u oc'ed with water cooling....
I have:
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Black Ice GTX 120
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I have:
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Swiftech Micro Hi-flow reservoir
Foxconn C51XEM2AA Nforce 590 board
i mean clock frequency
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i mean clock frequency
Core voltage: 1.625V
HTT CPU <-> Nforce SPP voltage: 1.275V
HTT multiplier: 4x
Memory voltage: 2.275V
HTT frequency: 235MHZ
CPU multiplier: 15X
Core frequency: 3525MHZ

with my 8800 GTS 320MB card at 630MHZ, I get over 10,200 points in 3Dmark06

But for 24/7 usage, I run it at:
Core voltage: 1.55V
HTT CPU <-> Nforce SPP voltage: 1.275V
HTT multiplier: 4x
Memory voltage: 2.275V
HTT frequency: 227MHZ
CPU multiplier: 15X
Core frequency: 3405MHZ
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Core voltage: 1.625V
HTT CPU <-> Nforce SPP voltage: 1.275V
HTT multiplier: 4x
Memory voltage: 2.275V
HTT frequency: 235MHZ
CPU multiplier: 15X
Core frequency: 3525MHZ

with my 8800 GTS 320MB card at 630MHZ, I get over 10,200 points in 3Dmark06

But for 24/7 usage, I run it at:
Core voltage: 1.55V
HTT CPU <-> Nforce SPP voltage: 1.275V
HTT multiplier: 4x
Memory voltage: 2.275V
HTT frequency: 227MHZ
CPU multiplier: 15X
Core frequency: 3405MHZ
i was close enough b4, i usually round...
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DUDE. gotta love the 15x multiplier.
see? now, as apokalipse says....running at 24/7 usage...
i find that my rigs dont like to be absolutely maxed out. ie i can press my 3600 to 3.2 ghz, but i like to run it everyday at like 2.75
its much easier on my constitution.
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does it really make a bigg difference when you get to a clock over 3ghz?
i didnt notice much from 1.8 to 2.6.
It could be because i oc my processor right away.
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