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X2 4400+ CPU MAX 2.5GHz???

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I did try something below 1.64 but fail in prime95, with 1.64 I can get it stable for round 12 hours or maybe more!

It is very high voltage and temps for [email protected], I don't know why and dont know how to get it up higher than 2.5!!!! Any one know?

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I got my X2 4200+ OCed at 2750MHz (11x250MHz) with Vcore @1.5V and it is super stable.I was going to buy a Toledo but now I'm going for an FX-55 (San Diego)

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@tatts ... how is the build quality of the swiftech kit ? im planning for the Apex ultra and dd78 ... should be ok for my rig isnt it ?

the only thing i changed were the pipes to tygon coz the ones included were naff & i didnt like the res so i got a DD dual bay & maze4, as for quality, i couldnt be happier, my x2 is at 2.65ghz 1.45V & idling @ 25C as its not as hot in here today (thank god)

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Akis23,

 

What is your SuperPI times for 1M? Also, could you post your current BIOS settings to reach 2,750?

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I've just find out that my Vcore in CPUz is 1.350v @ 2.5Ghz, but in ITE Smart Guardian it said 1.64V!!

My setting in bios is 1.475x112%............ Can any one tell me which is which???? is my cpu voltage at 1.35 or 1.64???? I'm abit confuse!!!!

Thanks

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which version of cpu-z are you using? download 1.31 if you havnt already & id trust the bios setting which is 1.66V according to this chart

 

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the only thing i changed were the pipes to tygon coz the ones included were naff & i didnt like the res so i got a DD dual bay & maze4, as for quality, i couldnt be happier, my x2 is at 2.65ghz 1.45V & idling @ 25C as its not as hot in here today (thank god)

 

1.45v ? .. whats stopping you from going higher ? Im new to water .... no experience at all .. but been reading about it a lot. Thought first to buy TT Bigwater se just for my cpu .. its cheap here .. can get for about RM390(~USD100). However, the pump is so weak with only 1/4" tube and i dont think its ok for any other additional block as im interested to have it cool my 7800gt as well. Furthermore .. i really want to squeeze every Mhz possible from whatever investment being made to this rig. Hopefully my 4 stick RAM will collaborate as well .. or else i'll have to get a pair of 1Gb sticks.

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1.45v ? .. whats stopping you from going higher ?

its now upto 2.7ghz 1.5V dual prime for 4hours so will push it more tomorrow :D

a xp120 would prob be better than the TT bigwater tbh, have alook if you can afford the h20 apex ;)

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its now upto 2.7ghz 1.5V dual prime for 4hours so will push it more tomorrow :D

 

Thats better .. :) I'll make urs as my comparison once i have my kit with mine.

 

a xp120 would prob be better than the TT bigwater tbh, have alook if you can afford the h20 apex ;)

 

That was the famous arguments .. TT bigwater is as good as high-end air .. but its cheap so i thought i can just give it a try .. but again, i dont think so. Yes im thinking the h20 Apex Ultra with apogee block and add DD nv78 to it. The only problem though ... i cant find a place to buy it online that'll ship international. Coolerguys.com have it and will ship it if its below USD250 but the kit cost is 259.99 :( dunno .. will talk to them) .. as for DD products .. i have no idea whatsoever on how to get it here(or shipped here) ... any ideas ? .. anybody ?

 

Without it .. i will not try anything higher than 1.49v.

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Here is my 1M calculation results.I ve noticed that SuperPi utilizes both cores but it doesn't push them to 100% load.

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