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Every time I increase the Core Clock and Memory Clock..my scores get LOWER. Odd. I reset everything in MSI Afterburner and my Core Clock was actually 950 stock, must have increased to 994 a long time ago and forgot. :P


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Every time I increase the Core Clock and Memory Clock..my scores get LOWER. Odd. I reset everything in MSI Afterburner and my Core Clock was actually 950 stock, must have increased to 994 a long time ago and forgot. :P

Is quite common for your scores to go down if you overclock the memory on your gpu my gtx670 and my mates hd7870 get lower scores in heaven 4 and valley if i oc the memory. Try just overclocking the core.


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Is quite common for your scores to go down if you overclock the memory on your gpu my gtx670 and my mates hd7870 get lower scores in heaven 4 and valley if i oc the memory. Try just overclocking the core.

 

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Nothing dramatic, but I'll take a bump in score regardless. :P


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Nothing dramatic, but I'll take a bump in score regardless. :P

Thats a bad score and would annoy me being 99 . Another 25mhz on that core and you would be over 100


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Intel Xeon W3175X@4.8ghz

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G.Skill Ripheartout X OC 5000Mhz C12 DDR4 4X8GB  

Super Flower Power Leadex 2000W Psu's X2

Harrynowl's 775/771 OC and mod guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/232325-lga775-core2duo-core2quad-overclocking-guide/ http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/365998-mod-lga771-to-lga775-cpu-modification-tutorial/

ProKoN haswell/DC OC guide: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/41234-intel-haswell-4670k-4770k-overclocking-guide/

 

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Thats a bad score and would annoy me being 99 . Another 25mhz on that core and you would be over 100

 

I'll play with it more after dinner. Right now..CHOW TIME! :D


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Just got 1237 points at 4.7Ghz

 

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7mDkDzbSvHMX2Y1bjBsY0h5enc/edit?usp=sharing

 

Edit: Just got 1240 at 4.7GHz


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Just got 1237 points at 4.7Ghz

 

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7mDkDzbSvHMX2Y1bjBsY0h5enc/edit?usp=sharing

 

Edit: Just got 1240 at 4.7GHz

You should keep trying until it hits 1234. Or push it to 5GHz and see if you can get 1337 :D.


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Kind of nice to see that my 8350 isn't far from the i7s, also OC on the graphics card is 950/2033


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You should keep trying until it hits 1234. Or push it to 5GHz and see if you can get 1337 :D.

Issue is with all the IVY-E unoptimization, There is basically a wall at 4.7Ghz.... I even went up too 1.5v and couldn't get 4.8 stable.. :(


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Issue is with all the IVY-E unoptimization, There is basically a wall at 4.7Ghz.... I even went up too 1.5v and couldn't get 4.8 stable.. :(

I've heard that nearly every processor has a wall. While I haven't be brave enough to try stupid volts I would be suprised if I couldn't pass 4.8 on my sandy bridge to save my life.


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I've heard that nearly every processor has a wall. While I haven't be brave enough to try stupid volts I would be suprised if I couldn't pass 4.8 on my sandy bridge to save my life.

Yeah, I know all processors do have an eventual wall the thing is since almost all of the 2011 motherboards where designed for SNB-E the new bioses that add support for IVY-E are are quite immature.

Some people have been originally stuck at like 4.2GHz and with a bios update have been able to get to around 4.6 and now most people have been finding another wall although some board manufacturers are hinting towards even better optimizations coming soon.


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Cinebench is picky, I swear. :ph34r:

 

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Better than original score. I envy you guys with the higher numbers. :P


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Cinebench is picky, I swear. :ph34r:

 

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Better than original score. I envy you guys with the higher numbers. :P

That's still actually pretty good considering your running a sandy i5! :P


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That's still actually pretty good considering your running a sandy i5! :P

 

Threads like this really make you wanna push your rig even higher! :D

 

Also, I forgot to run single thread, so here ya go Mister Jumper.

 

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Here's my score

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i don't have cpu-z or gpu-z its all at stock.


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Threads like this really make you wanna push your rig even higher! :D

Harness the jigahertz!!!!


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4670K @ 4.8GHz 4500MHz Ring Bus

 

GTX 460 SLI

 

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i7 2600k @ stock 3.8GHz HyperThreading On

 

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i7 2600k @ 4.7GHz 1.4V HyperThreading On

 

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It booted on 4.9GHz @1.4V, but wasn't stable...I'll look into that later...


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Even though 5 JiggaHertz has been reached, I'm not going to push +- 1.5V through it to get it bench-stable. It want it to last and not toast itself   B)

 

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Intel Skulltrail: 2x Core 2 Quad QX9775 - Intel D5400XS - 16GB FB DDR2-800 CL5 Quad Channel - 2x EVGA GTX 570 2560MB SLI

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Even though 5 JiggaHertz has been reached, I'm not going to push +- 1.5V through it to get it bench-stable. It want it to last and not toast itself   B)

 

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It's impressive to see 5GHz on sandy regardless. I've done it on mine but it was only 2 cores w/o hyper threading. At which point I almost didn't care if it was bench stable because at that point if almost might as well been a 5GHz pentium. :P


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It's impressive to see 5GHz on sandy regardless. I've done it on mine but it was only 2 cores w/o hyper threading. At which point I almost didn't care if it was bench stable because at that point if almost might as well been a 5GHz pentium. :P

Haha thanks :) At 1.43V is actually did 3/4 of the Cinebench before BSOD'ing. I'll probably be stable at round 1.48-1.50V, but I don't feel like trying that out yet ;)


There's a time and place for everything! But not now. - Professor Oak

i7 2600K 4.3GHz - GTX Titan 6GB  - ASRock Z77 WS - 16GB DDR3-1600 CL9 Dual Channel - EIZO Foris FG2421 (120Hz VA)

Intel Skulltrail: 2x Core 2 Quad QX9775 - Intel D5400XS - 16GB FB DDR2-800 CL5 Quad Channel - 2x EVGA GTX 570 2560MB SLI

EVGA SR-2 Classified - 2x Xeon X5675 - 24GB DDR3 Triple Channel

 

 

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Small world, I have my wife's old 920 running in a HTPC (faulty motherboard that isn't as annoying in such a use, fixed her box with an FX-6100).

 

I've always wondered how worth it the hyper-threading is. Sure there are times it makes a good difference. But there are lots of others times like when gaming that I almost wonder if an i3 would be good enough. So I hop back and forth on whether I should drop to an i5 next upgrade, stick with an i7, or use this until it breaks and then make up my mind.

 

Hyper thread suxs in like 70% of all cases will hurt gpu performance. On intel chips  they are not real cores, only reason amd has a edge in some tests is because they are true cores even though they are weak. In my bench above I have hyper thread turned off for gpu test and left on for cpu test. Ya dig?

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5 GHz has been benched! :D

 

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There's a time and place for everything! But not now. - Professor Oak

i7 2600K 4.3GHz - GTX Titan 6GB  - ASRock Z77 WS - 16GB DDR3-1600 CL9 Dual Channel - EIZO Foris FG2421 (120Hz VA)

Intel Skulltrail: 2x Core 2 Quad QX9775 - Intel D5400XS - 16GB FB DDR2-800 CL5 Quad Channel - 2x EVGA GTX 570 2560MB SLI

EVGA SR-2 Classified - 2x Xeon X5675 - 24GB DDR3 Triple Channel

 

 

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