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hi people this group is for people that have overclocked their cpus to 4ghz or over

ok i want to see pics of the cpu being stable and your temps and and post a pic of cpuz

and if anyone asking for help in this group please help them

i will start it off
 

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so start overclocking  

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yea thats fine be i think you could overclock it a bit

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I get 4.4 just from the turbo mode on my motherboard (P8P67-Pro).

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I get 4.4 just from the turbo mode on my motherboard (P8P67-Pro). ka75k.png
nice work mate your in

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4ghz isnt hard, ive had my fx 8150 up to 4.8

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4ghz isnt hard' date=' ive had my fx 8150 up to 4.8[/quote']

maybe the guys doesnt know how to overclock his cpu

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I'm currently running at 3.75ghz, but I do plan on trying to see if I can be stable at 4ghz this weekend.

Desktop: Phenom II 970 BE, Cooler Master V8, Asus M5A97, Sapphire 6870, 320GB HDD, 12GB DDR3, Modded HAF 912, Cosair CX600 V2, CM Trigger MX Blues


 

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could go with a 8350, they come stock at 4 correct?

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could go with a 8350' date=' they come stock at 4 correct?[/quote']

they are 4ghz stock

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I got a 4GHz overclock on the FX 8150 without even changing voltages however you can push it much higher if you do. I got mine up to 4.5GHz with a bit of trial and error

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You can go 4GHz+ really easily on Sandy Bridge with a decent air cooler.

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Cinebench is hardly showing that it's stable... but oh well. Although I need to redo all my OC's to actually stress test the AVX instruction since I used an older version of prime at the time.

CPU-Z: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2395887

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keep up the good work people

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4.5ghz i5-2500K

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Motherboard: ASUS P8Z68-V/GEN3 | CPU: Intel Core i5 2500k OC'd @ 4.5ghz | GPU: MSI N680GTX Twin Frozr 2GD5/OC | RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) | SDD: 120GB Samsung 840 EVO | HDD: 3 Western Digital 1TB  Hard Drives | PSU:Corsair Professional AX750 ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply | Case: Corsair Carbide Series 300R Black Mid-Tower

 

 

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4.5ghz i5-2500K

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nice work mate

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Ive had my 3570K at 4Ghz but with auto voltage it was getting a little hot (72c under Intel Burn Test) which made my 212 Evo sound to loud for my liking so i brought it back to 3.8Ghz, does anyone know what voltage i could get away with for 4Ghz ? because i think the Auto Voltage is over doing at a little at 1.18V

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4,53 gigaherz.

I will go a lot higher, the cpu temp is just 46 degrees under full load from LinX

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nice work keep them coming its good to see lots of overclocked cpus

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Posted this on overclock.net a while back, its my 2500k overclocked to 4.5ghz running at max 1.312 vCore.

I did a prime95 blend test for about 20 hours to test for stability.

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I'm temporarily using my friends 965 BE, 4.2Ghz [ATTACH=CONFIG]n261[/ATTACH]

I wish i took a screenshot of my 1090T which I sold 3 days ago, 4.1 Ghz stable :) But that 4.1 was tricky to get, i can tell you that :D Waiting for my new motherboard, so i can get overcloking my "new" 2600K

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i have taken my i5 2500k up to 5Ghz no problem. but turned it down to 4.6Ghz for longer life time of the CPU. ill put it up to 5Ghz again and post a pic soon...

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Ive had my 3570K at 4Ghz but with auto voltage it was getting a little hot (72c under Intel Burn Test) which made my 212 Evo sound to loud for my liking so i brought it back to 3.8Ghz' date=' does anyone know what voltage i could get away with for 4Ghz ? because i think the Auto Voltage is over doing at a little at 1.18V[/quote']

Mine could get 4.3ghz @1.15v but takes 1.32v for 4.5 ghz, which based on my 'research' is about average. What sort of temps do you get at all stock settings? 72 during stress testing isn't terrible, but its a bit higher than I would expect. Either way, 72 is safe but if it's too loud you can replace the fan with a nicer/quieter one which may actually improve temps.

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