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4.4GHz - 1.544V ;) The picture shows 41 idle but would skyrocket to 60C idle then shoot down back to 40C (pattern)

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well I dont have the screen shots right this second, but check this one out :Phttp://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=429544

 

now this was what I booted into windows with and the vcore I thank was set to 1.6v i can hit it with lower but not bootable.

O yeah cooling: Dry ice ;)

man RR thats an insane vcore! whats the highest clocks on that cpu? and thats your 9650, not X9650?

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Nice. She is a hot one though Eh! Is that on air or water?

 

I can run 4.050 at 1.400 and 4.0 on 1.375v. any more and its just not worth the effort. 4.2 will bench at 1.45v but is not stable.

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Nice. She is a hot one though Eh! Is that on air or water?

 

I can run 4.050 at 1.400 and 4.0 on 1.375v. any more and its just not worth the effort. 4.2 will bench at 1.45v but is not stable.

That is on water, I thought at first it was because I ran out of AS5 and used some thermalright stuff, however I went and got some AS5 and its a little cooler but not much...

 

Edit: Phil that is my 24/7 clock, it will go higher and that is my QX...

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Added newest scores :)

 

@ damian, mate you need to download the newest version of SuperPI to get into the scoreboard. The version you're running only shows seconds, no milliseconds.

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