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  1. #76
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    That's looking good.
    Asus R5E, Intel Core i7 5960X
    Cascade cooling (-94C @550W)
    G.Skill DDR4 3600C15@4266MHz cas12 Nvidia GTX730, Samsung 850 Evo/OCZ Vertex 4
    and Seasonic Platinum 1200Wi, Dell Ultrasharp U2711 and 20-50 more systems...



  2. #77
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    11 hours now and rock stable!

    Screen shot

  3. #78
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    Those D0 clock good. Good result.
    Asus R5E, Intel Core i7 5960X
    Cascade cooling (-94C @550W)
    G.Skill DDR4 3600C15@4266MHz cas12 Nvidia GTX730, Samsung 850 Evo/OCZ Vertex 4
    and Seasonic Platinum 1200Wi, Dell Ultrasharp U2711 and 20-50 more systems...



  4. #79
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    Mod ****-up please see below!
    Last edited by Meridian; 04-30-2009 at 11:41 AM.

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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    Sh*t ,sorry dude - not for the first time I hit the "Edit" button instead of the "Quote" button and deleted your post! It wasn't deliberate and I apologise - hope you can remember what you put!


    (I should point out that for us mods, the "Edit" button is exactly where the "Quote" button is for normal mortals, and the quote button is off to one side.)


    M

  6. #81
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Meridian View Post
    Sh*t ,sorry dude - not for the first time I hit the "Edit" button instead of the "Quote" button and deleted your post!
    It's all good!

    I'll have to re-post the pics when I get home, but basically it was another Prime95 run at 21X199 with HyperThreading enabled and an up-time of over 9hours. The core temps were 20C higher than with HyperThreading disabled at 21X196. EVEREST recorded a peak core temp for #1 at 94C and all of the cores were somewhere between 86C and 91C. Also the V-droop was still a half volt even with load line calibration enabled.

    HyperThreading has a huge affect on core temps under load!

  7. #82
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    It's a crappy pic, but for 0210 local... Oh Well.

  8. #83
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    Re: Overclocking Core i7 Thread

    A little fun with a D0, DFI, some OCZ Blade elpida memory, and 2 GTX285's. Check out the timings and VTT




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