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nice. Gotta love those high Nehalem multis.


Hell ya makes ocing much faster :wink:


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Had to drop my clock speed to 3.34 Ghz, my room is just too warm...


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AMD Phenom II X4 945 (95watt) 3.0GHz OC'd to 3.75GHz


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This is an Athlon II x2 255, stock 3.1ghz 2mb L2 cache.

4077mhz

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1000313


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:56 am 
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Intel Q9650@4288MHz @1.4v (1.44 bios) RAM 1:1 5-5-5-15 timings.
(RAM is 2x2Gb sticks of crucial ballistix tracers, Mobo is Asus P5Q Deluxe P45)


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Jipstyle wrote:
Brand new build! :D

Abit NF7-S
AMD Athlon XP-M 2200+ cooled with ThermalTake Silent Boost
2x512 Samsung 3200 DDR 2.5 3 3 6 I haven't played with the timings yet

Stock: 1800Mhz 13.5x133Mhz 1.45v
Temp: 32 C

Drystone: 7425
Whetstone: 2823

Integer x4: 16898
Floating Point x4: 17929

RAM Buffered Int: 2056 MB/s
RAM Buffered Float: 1973 MB/s

Best OC: 2310 Mhz 11x210Mhz 1.725v
Temp: 41C

Drystone: 9543
Whetstone: 3622

Integer x4: 21696
Floating Point x4: 23011


RAM Buffered Int: 3118 MB/s
RAM Buffered Float: 2919 MB/s


I figured I should update my OC bragging ... and the best way to do that would be to quote my previous post. :lol:

Now running a Core i5 750 at 4.2GHz (21x200) using a Corsair H50. Full details here.


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Phenom II 940 @ 3.85 Stable P95.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1133234
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HT @ around 2000 with .1 volt increase.

Going for the 4890 next
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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 2:29 am 
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ATI x800 stock 400mhz core, 400mhz RAM
OC'd to 480mhz core and 500mhz RAM
ATI HD3650 stock 725mhz core, 800mhz RAM
OC'd to 850 core and 1250 RAM
ATI HD4850x2 stock 625mhz core and 1900mhz RAM
OC'd to 700mhz core (max locked), and 2290mhz RAM
Nvidia 8800 ultra stock 600mhz core, 1080 RAM, 1512 shaders
OC'd to 670mhz core, 1140 RAM, and 1566 shaders
GTX 280s stock 600mhz core, 1100, and 1250 shader
OC'd to 729 core, 1300 RAM, and 1512 shader
AMD Phenom x4 960 stock 3.0ghz
OC'd to 3.74ghz
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4ghz stock
OC'd to 3.6 ghz
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3.0ghz stock, 1333mhz FSB
OC'd to 4.14ghz, 1840mhz FSB
Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 stock 2.5ghz, 1333mhz FSB
OC'd to 3.2ghz, 1800mhz FSB
Intel Core I7 980x stock 3.33ghz
OC'd to 4.4ghz
My OC limits usually due to heat or voltage, I don't like too high of voltage because it can significantly shorten the life of your gear


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What are you cooling those things with?





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78C max @ 100% burn with Prime95 - 8 Hours

Cooled by H50.

Working on the RAM currently.

Mucho thanks to Jip, Chumly, and the others who helped in the OC'ing thread.

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Mucho thanks to Jip, Chumly, and the others who helped in the OC'ing thread.


Nice work, Maggard! :)


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:00 am 
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Overclocking has been a hobby of mine for a very long time. These days I do not have the money to push hardware until it breaks, so I am conservative.

Video card: HD 4890, 975 core, 1200 memory at 1.3625 volts, reference cooler.

[Note: Motherboard early revision 1.0 Gigabyte P35-DS3R]

CPU: Intel E8600, highest stable overclock = 4.5GHz and remain under 70 degrees C when 100% load [using an old XP90 Thermalright cooler pulled from a socket 478 motherboard]. I felt most comfortable running the CPU at 4.2GHz where it stayed in the 50s centigrade under load.

When Overclocking I want my system to last, so, I make sure I am using a safe voltage and temperatures for longevity.

My motherboard is now just over 3 years old and still ticking.

If Intel releases a 32nm quad core that is highly overclockable, I might have to upgrade my system... Image


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athlon 64 x2 3800+ 2.0Ghz -> 2.3Ghz with stock fan.


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Kind of an oldie but in trying to squeeze the last drops out of my sister's Latitude D610 with a new hard drive and Windows 7, I also picked up a 1.8Ghz Pentium M 745 @ 400Mhz FSB and pinmodded it to 2.4Ghz @ 533Mhz FSB. Rocksteady at 1.276v where stock is 1.340; apparently I got a winner because other accounts of the same mod say a bit more voltage than stock was necessary. Because of that I also voltmodded it to 1.404 which took away the ability to set voltages via software between and including 1.212 and 1.260. At the next lower voltage, 1.196, it immediately BSOD's.

It's not noticeably much peppier under normal conditions but does get pegged at 100% during heavy use less often. It's having some temperature issues though. At full speed, it idles in the mid 40s to low 50s which isn't too much of an issue as Speedstep is enabled, but it will reach 80 during OCCT before throttling kicks in. I'll have to see where reapplying paste gets me when I get a chance and I'll probably un-voltmod it while I'm in there to get as low a voltage as possible.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1289656


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 Post subject: Re: CPU speed brag time!
PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 10:09 pm 
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Way back in the Ancient of Days (about 4 years ago, I'll say), I had an old AMD K6-2 300mhz that wouldn't run Half Life with an old 64mb nVidia MX-400. So I whipped out my trusty little floppy drive (I can hear the groans already) and updated the SiS 530 MOBO BIOS so that I could experiment a little.

I got the thing to run at 500mhz without a hitch, all said and done. The most nerve-wracking thing about it was watching the little cursor blink on the bios updating screen and praying to God I didn't lose power! Don't ask what the temp was under load, I never found out and wouldn't be surprised to find out that I was just a few cycles short of a full and spectacular CPU meltdown. (Which would almost have been as exciting as actually PLAYING Half Life....).

My Current Rig:
Asus M2A-MX SE Plus
Phenom x4 9850 O/C'd to 3.0ghz from 2.5ghz (CM Hyper 212 Plus - 48°c Under Load)
2gb Kingston HyperX 1066mhz DDR2
ATi Radeon HD 4650

See dumps below

No overvolting was needed. This snapshot was taken after a stint on Heavy Load (16 hours) It gets the job done, no frills. Could'nt validate because I keep it off the net so as to avoid viruses...its just for lan parties and fragging sessions. :P

As a late update: I ran Prime95 for 8 hours solid on my Phenom x4 9850 BE system and it never got unstable, nor did it's core temps reach anything over 62°c. (And when I stopped it, my Hyper 212 cooled the proc back down to 43°c in no time.... awesome part. I strongly recommend it to even those who just want their proc's to last WITHOUT o/c'ing them).


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 Post subject: Re: CPU speed brag time!
PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 10:39 am 
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1453447

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1455101


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 Post subject: Re: CPU speed brag time!
PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:11 pm 
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Very nice, NoCtrl. For some reason, CPU-Z will only say my proc is getting a 6.25 multiplier when I am actually using a 15.5 multiplier. :( But then it also says that my mobo revision is x.xx. Here is the old dump that was not validated. :(
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Bumped my Phenom x4 up to 3.1ghz which is not much, but as high as it will safely go (it was enough to change my TPF to 39 minutes from 41 minutes though :D ).

Got my Pentium 4 fileserver boosted a little too:
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Both will overclock higher, but become unstable under my cocktail of Prime95 and Heavy-Load even in short runs. The Phenom will not go higher stably regardless of settings and there are no examples of any higher clocked 9850's out there which were stable under load. The Pentium 4 will clock higher, but not above 3.5ghz with stability. The Phenom runs at 50c max under load, while the Pentium will see 38c under load.


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 Post subject: Re: CPU speed brag time!
PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:26 pm 
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I miss dip switches, old school overclocking...long time no see, my old comrades, 5 years since my last login :P


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