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Old 01-19-11, 07:20 PM   #112
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Default Re: -= Official Intel P67 / Sandy Bridge / i3 2100 / i5 2500K / i7 2600K Review Threa

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Got 4700Mhz working not higher thought, volts already kinda high , this MicroATX is poor clocker lack several features probably weak CPU also. Got bad luck
I think 4.7GHz on MicroATX is very good overclock and probably it should not be pushed so high with this set up, at least not 24/7.

Here is a nice Newegg TV Sandy Bridge Overclocking & UEFI Demo on ASUS P8P67 P67 1155. The first part of the video is about manual 4.8 GHz OC with 1.4v which they called moderate voltage, the temperatures under peak load was mostly under 60C.
On the end of the video they demo the automatic OC, very easy for any user and the max was 4.84GHz all tested under peak load.
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