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Old 01-28-08, 08:11 PM   #13
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Default Re: 1.475v too high for a 65nm CPU???

9650 @ 4.4Ghz @ 1.56v 4.2Ghz @ 1.50 24/7 but on a very good water setup.
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Old 01-28-08, 11:10 PM   #14
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Default Re: 1.475v too high for a 65nm CPU???

I run at 3.5GHz but have watercolling, i did used to use 1.66v @ 3.4GHz with aircooling but was not stable due to the PWR running hot. But they are much cooler now i have watercolling which has allowed me to get stable to 3.5GHz. I run my PC about 8+ hours aday but is rearly left on for more then 24 hours.
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Default Re: 1.475v too high for a 65nm CPU???

My E6750 didn't end up being the best OCer. I can do 3.4Ghz @ 1.47v or less, but 3.5GHz requires 1.5v and can't do much more than 30 minutes of Orthos small fft.

I guess it doesn't really matter what I run it at though since I'm getting a 45nm dualy pretty soon, which I hope can do 4.2Ghz.
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9650 @ 4.4Ghz @ 1.56v 4.2Ghz @ 1.50 24/7 but on a very good water setup.

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