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ive hit a WALL i cant get 4ghz @ 1.7v 1750 x9 :( maybe more volts might help but i must be mad on air

 

Edit does my 3.8ghz = my Suicide Screenshot im goin to try for 3.9ghz any way

Edited by firky

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Better double check the math - firky is in 3rd in 1M and 32M - impressive none the less

1M

firky 3824 MHz E6600 - 14.062s - air

Celcius 3748 MHz X6800ES - 13.641s - air

The_Unforgivin 3705 MHz E6600 - 13.906s - air

 

32M

firky 3824 MHz E6600 - 16m 23.656s - air

Celcius 3733 MHz X6800ES - 16m 3.234s - air

Crusader 3656 MHz QX6700 - 16m 14.140s - air

 

Edit - I'm watercooled.

Edited by Crusader

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ill see how i do with a 1000mhz ram @ 3.8ghz

 

also i can get 3.9ghz 1.72v but windows crashes be for u can do any thing :(

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well just to get the clocks down here i go at 3.8ghz 1000mhz mem speed 13.7

 

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:edit 200mhz oc on my ram got me from 14.062s to 13.703

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Yikes! 1.72v (poof) do I smell burnt toast? In all the conroe OC databases I have seen I have never seen anyone go over 1.7v. Further, I have only seen 1.7 one other time. You might be playing with fire there.

Use this as a reference link

Not that I'm telling you what to do, it's your hardware.

 

@kingdingeling - oh, well I guess that eliminates me, getting to run 4 cores at 3.656 was hard enough, maybe I should disable 3 of my cores, but that wouldn't make me any faster, just a higher clock speed. For that matter I should be OCing my 955EE it's gone over 4GHz no problem.

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lol man i would of tryed 1.8 but i just payed like 2grand for this rig lol and i wouldnt dare run at 100% over 1.6v

 

:Edit i might go watter soon but im not sure it will help haveing prblems over 1700 fsb ... x8 and times x9

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crusader, nice clocks on 4 cores anyways, but I think it would be more of a competition if its about having the highest clock speeds, not the fastest time! I do see that your time is the best though! Its great man! have you tried running one version on all 4 cores?

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OK, well I need to get my kids PC back on watercooling, but I do have a screenie of it at 4.2GHz, so I suppose that would equate to a suicide run, although I know it'll do SuperPi at that speed, It takes over 30 sec to do 1M though.

 

4.274Ghz - not many conroes will touch that, not without phase change anyways.

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I would think that to post your highest clocks on Spi you need to run 2 instances on a dual core cpu. Nice clocks there firky and crusader. Show me the dual pi shots. I can boot to memtest at 430x9 but on my mobo its just not going to go into windows any higher than 410 -411 fsb. Got my pi runs at 3.690 ready and am running orthos now.

 

 

 

 

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This is becoming complicated, I would have to run 4 instances of Pi, and there is no way to tell if I ran them on each core or if I ran them sequentially. Also comparing a conroe to a prescott is like comparing AMD to Intel. The Conroe's have gone much in the direction of AMD and become more efficient with a lower clock speed - Prescotts were all about clock speed. Thus the 4.2Ghz on my 955EE and 3.6 on my QX6700 although the QX6700 is 2X as fast in Pi calculation. I have the ability to disable 3 cores on my QX6700 so would I only need to run one instance of Pi? I'm so confused. :P

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you should be able to show 4 runs at the same time. Put each Spi EXE in a folder and start them at the same or as close to the same time so that they are all running at the same time.

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