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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge Overclocking Guide & 5GHz CLUB

    Quote Originally Posted by DeViLzzz View Post
    Ok now wait a sec I am using Real Temp 3.70 to monitor temps and I think those high 90s I was getting were in degrees Fahrenheit. Thing is though these temps look awfully low right now when basically idling now that I switched to degrees Celsius. It is saying anywhere from 11 to 15 degrees Celsius also when I hit XS Bench feature which maxes cpu usage for a 5 seconds or something. Hmmmmm .. strange .... is Real Temp 3.70 reliable ?
    I use Core Temp (Core Temp) and HWmonitor. I can't tell if real temp is okay. Anyway, if it is THAT cold LOL... you can certainly push that to 4.0Ghz.
    What's your room temperature right now?
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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge Overclocking Guide & 5GHz CLUB

    Quote Originally Posted by najiro View Post
    I use Core Temp (Core Temp) and HWmonitor. I can't tell if real temp is okay. Anyway, if it is THAT cold LOL... you can certainly push that to 4.0Ghz.
    What's your room temperature right now?
    I don't know exactly what my room temperatures are but I am guessing it is in the low 20s degrees Celsius at most.

    Btw updated my previous posts as they needed to be corrected.

    Bottom line is when running Intel Burn Test and maxing cpu usage I was hitting the 72 degrees Celsius level at times on different cores when going for 3.7+ GHz and I told it to not let it go past 72 degrees Celsius or set the warning for that with Real Temp 3.70. Still I completed the test and it said the cpu was fine and passed the test. :Z

    I am going to download and use what you use and let you know what I get.




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    ... nightmare ... temps into the 90s degrees Celsius quickly with both software monitoring programs you use when I was running Intel Burn Test ....
    However decided to run a game that uses 1 core max 45 % and the other cores at like 25% max and running at 4 GHz and no issues thus far in regards to temperatures.
    So yeah I need to address the cooling situation in the long run with the pc but it seems like in many games I can oc to 4 GHz and even higher maybe and game for awhile but going to see what the situation will be with more cpu intensive games. Btw to make things cooler the aftermarket HSF solution I have for my i5 2500k build is the Xigmatek HDT-S1283 Direct Touch 3 Heatpipe Heatsink AM2 LGA775 S754 S939 S940 W 120MM PWM Fan. I have to use a back plate to make it work with the socket 1155 board. I haven't been anxious to tear the rig apart to get this installed but I guess it has to get done finally. That aftermarket HSF was intended to be used on my son's old socket 775 pc but never got around to it as I would have had to tear apart that rig too to install it. I bought the HSF like 2.5 years ago.
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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge Overclocking Guide & 5GHz CLUB

    this post is probly about 2-3yrs too late but what the hell!

    Still trying to remember all this stuff!

    Hello , Ages ago [using this system to write this post] i managed to get my 2600k to 5.2GHZ but of course i have to pump through bucketloads of juice to run at it! 1.535V . i run prime95 for an 1/2hr. seemed to be ok but was right on the limit at 80C using AIDA extreem edition! ambient 22C

    have a few screen pics of it somewhere, will have to dig it up! and post it here!


    Motherboard is good but has a few quirks! ram is supposed to run xmp at 1600mhz @ 1.65V. but doesnt like rebooting. i just run it at 1333 cos it seems more stable] seen that some where else too! stops and starts ok but not a reboot. although seems to reboot ok when installing stuff which a reboot is required.

    another wierd thing is when i iuse a ram divider it mostly wants to run at 669mhz when it is set at 1333 instead of 667mhz.

    i have had almost no success with getting offset mode to work. i installed all the asus overclocking utlitlities to use bluetooth app on my android phone and got a 4.3ghz to work ok. it will reduce vcore and speed ok. but apart from that had almost no sucess.
    for 24/7 I run it @ 4200mhz ,vcore 1.200v runs cool around 30c idle and around 50C full load, best compromise for temps and speed would be 4.8ghz @ 1.380V 35C idle and 65C full load ! now if only i could get that offset thingy to work i would use it @4.8ghz 24/7.

    also found easiest way to overclock is to set multiplier to 42 vcore 1.2v and ram to 1.5v divider @ 1333mhz . for low spd o/c !


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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge Overclocking Guide & 5GHz CLUB

    I was looking up information about my motherboard tonight and came across this old thread by mistake but I should update people and say I finally got my i5 2500K properly overclocked. It is at 4.5 GHz stable. I am using an Enermax cooler I believe I won on a contest on here and it has worked out wonderfully. It was pathetic that it took me so long to get all the pcs in my home overclocked but even my son's old E5200/E5300 is overclocked using an Xigmatek HDT-S1283 Direct Touch 3 Heatpipe Heatsink AM2 LGA775 S754 S939 S940 W 120MM PWM Fan that I got in 2011 I believe. His current pc which has an AMD FX 6300 is at 4.5 GHz stable too using an Enermax cooler.
    I wish I could build pcs each and every single day for the rest of my life. PC FTW !

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    As soon as my new board gets here I am hoping to join the club.

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