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#1 lynxen32

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Posted 16 June 2014 - 10:22 PM

Previously I overclocked a 920 to 4.63. This is a new high for me.

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4.8 being loading into windows. I booted at 6.25ghz once. windows downclocked it though so I could not a get a screenshot. Boohoo C:
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Posted 17 June 2014 - 09:30 AM

Are those volts high for Ivy?

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 02:10 PM

yea thats high for sure but I run mine at around those volts for a few benchmarks once in a while too. Probably best to stay around 1.35v or under for 24/7

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 05:27 AM

Really nice Overclock. You should enter the SuperPi comp we have going: http://forums.atomic...p?showtopic=292

You should be able to get it stable enough to run a few 1M runs. That would net you som nice results, maybe pick up a spot in the top 3?

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Posted 21 June 2014 - 11:59 PM

here is as high as I could go. windows would not boot properlly a single mhz higher. rampage gene happilly restarted my pc successfully for an hour and over as I was trying to weed out windows control of my pc from bios settings. If my pc breaks after this (currently running this clock right now) at least I captured this screenie. ALso note in bios this is officially 5130Mhz.

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although a low oc. it is rock solid. just temps need to cool off or my CPU will die boohoo D: - > 40-60*c.

Edited by lynxen32, 22 June 2014 - 01:29 AM.

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Posted 23 June 2014 - 02:04 PM

Are those volts high for Ivy?

Why are they bro?

yea thats high for sure but I run mine at around those volts for a few benchmarks once in a while too. Probably best to stay around 1.35v or under for 24/7

Congrats bro.

Really nice Overclock. You should enter the SuperPi comp we have going: http://forums.atomic...p?showtopic=292

You should be able to get it stable enough to run a few 1M runs. That would net you som nice results, maybe pick up a spot in the top 3?

I don't use pi bro or anything that is non-generic benchmarking application, bro.
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Posted 24 June 2014 - 04:20 PM

so your rock solid stable at 5000 mhz and tested with prime95 or similar program for atleast half hour? I bet just starting p95 you might find your pc crash or cores failing especially if a single mhz more won't boot Windows. Your volts show 1.5+ which is very high, Intel recommends 1.4v max, for everyday clocks probably 1.35v and under for 24/7. Looks like you're using blck to overclocked which messes with other things like pcie. Try just using multipler only.

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Posted 24 June 2014 - 07:21 PM

When I began ocing. I first overclocked a Pentium 4 from 3.0ghz to 3.6ghz. it was to impress all of my friends and knowing nothing about voltage back then I don't know how I even achieved it. 3.6ghz was high enough to grant myself success. Lol After a while I understood the reason for the other voltages like vtt and used that to engineer my skills to now basically one clicking everything until it feels right. on my current motherboard tho everything is automated and I don't need to change a thing! it's the level up CPU bios on the gene. basically does the work for you. adjustments I find are only necessary if you are really wanting a clock and want to get it right, but my pc was booting for an hour without reverting and windows had the block on me after 4.994. it happened up to the point where I was forced to reset my bios because - > windows deleted my boot sector to fail my overclock stopping me from further attempting to use a windows environment to capture my effort. B4 that everything was peachy so to squeek. Lol sry about the life story about my adventure ocing, but this thread needs to close to a point and I hope it helps. Lol C:

Edited by lynxen32, 24 June 2014 - 07:34 PM.

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Posted 21 August 2014 - 10:40 PM

You're a wizard.






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