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Old 02-22-08, 10:41 AM   #1
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Post your OCs here, I have a QX9650 coming later today Ill post the results later, hopefully it will do 4GHz +
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Old 02-22-08, 12:30 PM   #2
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Post your OCs here, I have a QX9650 coming later today Ill post the results later, hopefully it will do 4GHz +
Congrats dude, 4Ghz piece of ceak!!
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Old 02-22-08, 03:47 PM   #4
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mine does 3.6GHz no problem. dont have the RAM for 4+ GHz atm.
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I have my 9650 at 4.2Ghz. I know I can get more just was waiting untell I have everything setup.
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I'm running mine at 3.6 (400x9) now. 1.28V vcore idle and 1.23V load. 4.0 (400x10)requires 1.40+ vcore (max vcore is 1.3625V according to Intel) in BIOS. Temps are good but I'm worried about the high vcore so I dropped it to 3.6. Didn't notice any performance difference in games running at 4.0 and 3.6.
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It takes 1.42 to hit 4GHz, what are safe load temps for this CPU? I think the 780i runs a little hot.
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It takes 1.42 to hit 4GHz, what are safe load temps for this CPU? I think the 780i runs a little hot.
64.5C according to Intel. That is the Tcase temperature btw, not actual core temps.

Yeah, the 780i runs hot, active cooling on the north bridge is recommended.
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My temps seem a little high compared to others, I might try the MSI board http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...5&postcount=17, my power led is still not working after three boards

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4GHz here as well with 1.40V set in BIOS and 1.73V under load.
Hows your temps??
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4GHz here as well with 1.40V set in BIOS and 1.73V under load.
Wow! That's some INCREASE under load!
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Idle around 33-35C. Games 45-55C and movie encoding/converting is 55-65C.
I'm happy with those values on air cooling

Enjoy your new CPU Lee
Thanks, I think I'm still gonna try the MSI 780i and see if it cools Things down a little
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