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Hi all, i've got few questions, cose i am total noob for oc and stuff... I have following : 4960x sabertooth x79 (bios 4608) 4x4 quad kingston beast 2400mhz water cooling : cm nepton 140xl seasonic 1000w plat devil13 7990 hd intel 730 ssd 480gb thermaltake v71 with 4 fans inside for good flow inside I've tried to set XMP profile 1 in bios , than xmp profile2, and bios automaticly clock memory to 2.4ghz and turn on turbo clock on processor and clock to 4ghz . And that was not stable, i've got overclocking failed msg 1/3x after bios load up , than i've got some problems during stress test / bsod showed up / couldnt pass test's etc. Now, i just turned on Performance mode in bios, and look like bios clocked this very well this time, turned on memory to 2.333mhz , and processor on 4.12ghz . I would like to ask is this temperature good / reliable for stable work : http://www.dodaj.rs/f/H/Vs/1Y3vrVlk/untitled.png i really need high speed memory for my work cose i am using it a lot ! i have tested this with intelstress test and it worked for 5minutes and everything was fine/pass test also with picalculation all was ok. But temperture was max 80on full load , and on avg. was 65-70 during full load. During my work i am not use full load i am using load on picture above. I just did XTU bench and i got 1249 mark and highest tepm 78c. It also throtelling from 1.304v to 1.296v, and 4.124mhz to 4123, but i guess thats nothing Hope to hear from you all soon Ty
Hi All......after a year or so of EL, I recently switched to OC League. I'm just doing some basic setup runs right now with a 'light' phase setup...things will start in earnest in a month or so when I have all the necessary equipment and a little bit of experience with it. A few quick questions: - I'll be benching 4960X (and 4960 ES when next gen is released) , 4930K, 3970X and 3770K etc. At -40 C and 'down to LN2', at what load voltages does one accelerate degradation ? Is there a difference between Ivy on the one hand and Ivy-E and especially SB-E on the other in that ? My 3770K Ivy has been near-indestructible on water for over 16 mths , even at 5.3+ on water (mind you it's delidded which won't help freezing, on the contrary). I just find that Ivy-E 'feels' a lot more like SB-E than Ivy, even w/22 nm process et al - I sometimes do 4x GPU and it will be a while before I attempt to freeze those setups...so they'll be water-cooled / chilled while the CPU will be frozen. I have been looking at PCIe16x riser / extenders (powered and un-powered) as that gets them 'out of the way' re. insulating the mobo....have the XOC folks here tried those risers ? Any significant latency penalty etc ? Thanks for your advice !
Team.AU Go Sub-Zero At Respawn LAN with GIGABYTE and Intel Melbourne, Australia: Over the weekend of September 21st and 22nd, Team.AU demonstrated the new Intel Core i7 4000-series "Ivy Bridge-E" enthusiast processor at RespawnLAN v28 using liquid nitrogen (-196°C) based cooling. The demonstration utilised Intel X79 based motherboards from GIGABYTE, graphics by NVIDIA and memory, power supplies and storage by Corsair. The Team.AU extreme overclockers also continued to explore the Intel Core i7 4000-series "Haswell" consumer platform based on GIGABYTE motherboards using the Intel Z87 chipset. Using a system based on the new Intel Core i7 4960X "Ivy Bridge-E" processor, Team.AU demonstrated the increase in processing efficiency in this next generation Core i7 6-core CPU. This new fastest enthusiast desktop processor on the market showed a clear dominance in the CPU and Physics scores of benchmarks such as 3DMark11, 3DMark Vantage and 3DMark06, showing off the multi-threaded power of the new Ivy Bridge-E micro-architecture. The Team.AU members in attendance, James "Youngpro" Trevaskis, Dino "Dinos22" Strkljevic and Carl "SniperOZ" Hollingsworth ran the Intel Core i7 4960X just over 5.5GHz using the extreme sub-zero temperatures possible using liquid nitrogen. System Specifications Used: 1x Intel Core i7 4960X @ 5.5GHz 1x GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 with X01 BIOS 1x NVIDIA GIGABYTE GTX 780 OC @ 1200MHz 1x Corsair Platinum 2666 Quad Channel RAM @ DDR3-2646 9-12-12-21 2T 1x Corsair AX1200 PSU 1x Corsair AX1200i PSU 1x Corsair Neutron SSD And; 1x Intel Core i7 4770K @ 6.3GHz 1x GIGABYTE GA-Z87-OC with X05 BIOS 1x NVIDIA GTX Titan @ 1700MHz with eVGA E-Power modification 1x Corsair Vengence Pro Dual Channel RAM @ DDR3-2800 9-12-12-26 1T 1x Corsair AX1200 PSU 1x Corsair AX1200i PSU 1x Corsair Neutron SSD Cooling used: Kingpin Venom CPU Pot Kingping Tek9 Phat GPU Pot Corsair Fans About Respawn LAN "Respawn LAN is Melbourne's largest and most popular BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) LAN gaming event, with a regular attendance exceeding 400 players, running quarterly. Our community provides an exciting, socially optimised environment for gamers to meet other gamers with like minded interests. Our tournaments and activities range from Team Fortress 2, League of Legends, DOTA2 to Flatout 2 and paper plane throwing contests." A Friend In Need... To help juggle the pouring and refilling of liquid nitrogen, Team.AU had a special guest from the Overclockers Australia (OCAU) community by the name of Matt "I want my PSCs back" Morrison. Here's what he had to say about the spectacle: "It was great to catch up with Carl, Dino and James again, putting their Titans to the test. It's always a great atmosphere and the team really show they can pull the big punches." Results The Team.AU overclockers worked hard and were able to achieve a number of high quality results. However, the jewel in the crown for these results is achieving the 3DMark06 global single GPU world record with a staggering 56,054 marks! The screenshots of these achievements can be found below: HWBot 3DMark06 Global Single GPU validation link: http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2429373_teamau_3dmark06_geforce_gtx_titan_56054_marks Result Screenshots: New 3DMark06 world record! Check it out - 21k physx score! These new hex-core chips are multi-thread killers. All... dat... multi... threading... arghfhwvfhiwvflhbgjhwref!!! Broke through the 180k 3DMark01 barrier. Photos: Photo credit to Respawn LAN. Stay tuned as Team.AU look to continue to strive for the ultimate in performance, efficiency and tweaking knowledge. We could be at an event near you in the future! External links GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 X01 BIOS - http://www.mediafire.com/download/5kwmk6mg6bk1cqg/X79UP4X01.7z GIGABYTE GA-Z87-OC X05 BIOS - http://www.mediafire.com/download/96rdl06l793nq13/Z87XOC.X05.BIN.7z Team.AU Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/teamauoc Intel International Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Intel Intel Australia Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/intelaustralia GIGABYTE Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GIGABYTE Corsair Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Corsair