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    Question Fastest you can overclock??

    Im having a problem after i OC my cpu past 4182.56mhz (464.73x9) it will show it in bios, but nothing will show it as being any faster in windows everything will show that it is only 3ghz(stock) and it will run like it is at 3ghz, but put out the heat like its running at 4.5ghz @1.8v. Is this a problem with vista 32bit(like only being able to see 3gb of ram), my motherboard, or the processor it's self? The temp is also not getting too hot nothing over 60c. Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3kGTvr4 View Post
    Im having a problem after i OC my cpu past 4182.56mhz (464.73x9) it will show it in bios, but nothing will show it as being any faster in windows everything will show that it is only 3ghz(stock) and it will run like it is at 3ghz, but put out the heat like its running at 4.5ghz @1.8v. Is this a problem with vista 32bit(like only being able to see 3gb of ram), my motherboard, or the processor it's self? The temp is also not getting too hot nothing over 60c. Thanks,
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    I don't think Vista reports the OC frequense, correct me I'm wrong. Have you use CPU-Z to check it?

    You're on air and running over 4Ghz. A nuclear bomb awaiting to explose!

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    it's running so hot at 3ghz because it's probably 3ghz @ 1.8v. That's going to die at 1.8v, i give it months before death, 1.7V max and even then you'd have to be a little crazy.

    unless you're just running quick benchies and not 24/7 that is, but still a little risky!

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    He's meant Vista only shown 3Ghz (stock speed) while he Oced over 4Ghz plus.
    I think he runs it on air as well and the Vcore also over 1.7v that's daring.

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    Sorry I should have been a little more clear, once i get into windows no program i.e. cpu-z, core temp, windows itself, ect will show it being over 3.0ghz after I overclock past 4.182s. I didnt start off running @1.8v that was my last attempt, I just kept uping the v to seeing if it would work. BTW not a nuclear bomb with air only...@ 4050mhz(what im running right now) with no A/C it idels at 41c(coretemp) 34c(TAT) 7c(coretemp) 0c(tat) with a/c...who says you have to have water to run cool . But back to the orignal problem any one know? I have seen this cpu @ 5.2ghz, but I cant find any info why I cant...I would love to see 4.5ghz. Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3kGTvr4 View Post
    Sorry I should have been a little more clear, once i get into windows no program i.e. cpu-z, core temp, windows itself, ect will show it being over 3.0ghz after I overclock past 4.182s.
    in this case; it might have some thing to do with the programs run under Vista then?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3kGTvr4 View Post
    But back to the orignal problem any one know? I have seen this cpu @ 5.2ghz, but I cant find any info why I cant...I would love to see 4.5ghz. Thanks,
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    4.5Ghz - 5.2Ghz?
    this is an insane overclocking, you might not find any report on this forums. You're better luck check out the Xtremesystem's forums. You'll find tones of results their.

    To achive this kind of OC you need to be on Phase Change or Lidquid Nitrogen. I haven't seen any one pull it off with WC or A/C yet.
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    What about A/C with watercooling Or water cooling, but put your radiator in the freezer(as long as it has gylcol)...Im full of all kinds of "custom" ideas . Yeah 4.5ghz is a lil extreem I'm happy with 4.almost2ghz. I probably should stop, but like Carroll Shelby said...too fast is just fast enough.

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    A/C and water cooling method is called Chilled Liquid Cooling. It have been done before, it's not new idea.

    This is how you setup; a protable A/C, take the evaperator coil unit (lookike radiator) and put it in a antifreeze liquid holding tank, use a pump to draw the chilled liquid to cool the CPU or whatever you want to chill. That's it, sound simple huh?

    You have no idea how much trouble you have to go thru to setup it up. The unit is going to be big like a house and all the electricity bills you have to pay just to cool a PC? For all that trouble I just buy a peltier block and just hook it up to my WC. Of course the temp won't be under sub zero but it will hovering around 20ish.

    Chilled Liquid Cooling & Peltier will give you the condesation problem due to the humidnity. The TEC method is not that bad as Chilled Liquid one.

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    Air doesn't fit over 4 GHz. I'v pumped PentiumD 930/3GHz up to 5,1 GHz, E8400 up to 4,702 GHz and Q6600 up to 4,106 GHz (all validated) but all with water... It's probably possible "with air" to reach 5+ Gigz at northern Canada, but not at Texas or Dakota...


    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    A/C and water cooling method is called Chilled Liquid Cooling. It have been done before, it's not new idea.

    This is how you setup; a protable A/C, take the evaperator coil unit (lookike radiator) and put it in a antifreeze liquid holding tank, use a pump to draw the chilled liquid to cool the CPU or whatever you want to chill. That's it, sound simple huh?

    You have no idea how much trouble you have to go thru to setup it up. The unit is going to be big like a house and all the electricity bills you have to pay just to cool a PC? For all that trouble I just buy a peltier block and just hook it up to my WC. Of course the temp won't be under sub zero but it will hovering around 20ish.

    Chilled Liquid Cooling & Peltier will give you the condesation problem due to the humidnity. The TEC method is not that bad as Chilled Liquid one.
    I use peltier too, but not on my CPU. It just chills loop liquid:



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    Quote Originally Posted by 3kGTvr4 View Post
    Im having a problem after i OC my cpu past 4182.56mhz (464.73x9) it will show it in bios, but nothing will show it as being any faster in windows everything will show that it is only 3ghz(stock) and it will run like it is at 3ghz, but put out the heat like its running at 4.5ghz @1.8v. Is this a problem with vista 32bit(like only being able to see 3gb of ram), my motherboard, or the processor it's self? The temp is also not getting too hot nothing over 60c. Thanks,
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    I read in PCFormat mag that if you run CPU-Z and the CPU is not busy then you will get the stock result as the processor adjusts on the fly the CPU multiplier to meet demand. So run something to stress it whilst you run CPU-Z and watch the speed change. It works for me as my 6700 stock speed of 2.66G is clocked to 3.4G but CPU-Z says its a 6x 340 or 2.04G CPU but with Super-Pi running its a 10x 340 or 3.4G.

    Hope this helps.

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    Turn SpeedStep off in the BIOS to stop the multi jumping around.

    Welcome Hosscrop, by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciro View Post
    Turn SpeedStep off in the BIOS to stop the multi jumping around.

    Welcome Hosscrop, by the way.
    and all other stuff will be disabled at BIOS>CPU area...

    Modify Ratio Support - disabled
    C1E - disabled
    Max CPUID value limit - disabled
    Vanderpool - disabled
    CPU TM function - disabled
    Execute Disable Bit - enabled
    PECI (Platform Environment Control Interface) - enabled/disabled nm...
    SpeedStep (EIST) - disabled
    HPET - disabled for XP/enabled for Vista

    and lower ur VCore about 1.6V-1.65V... :mad: for 4 - 4,5 Gigz...
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