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Batch : L132B751 A2575

Max Multi 59x , OS load on water max around 5.4 -5.5Ghz if i got time i`ll test that one on Cold.

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On many boards, multiplier doesn't actually set until Windows is loading. If 59x hangs when this happens, it can't actually do 59x.

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On many boards, multiplier doesn't actually set until Windows is loading. If 59x hangs when this happens, it can't actually do 59x.

 

Maybe he has EIST and speedstep still enabled... With Sandy if you get the blinking cursor that is the max it will do (this again if Bios settings are right) Binning takes under a minute :P

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Wasn't true for me on P8P67 Deluxe and Z77X-UP7. Both boards got to the blinking cursor with 59x but even frozen wouldn't actually boot above 54 (obviously with speedstep and all that jazz disabled).

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No blinking cursor and no No Speedstep or EIST. Behavior is the same as on max clock (@ Water) if i boot 51x and set bclk to get to around 5.45 its the same like 56x with low bclk @ 5450mhz also @ 59x and 100mhz bclk it acts the same way windows balls flying , if i press f8 @ windows boot i can choose all boot options no issue there 55/56/57/58 and 59x no difference in its behavior. That blinking cursor thing is nothing new to me. ;)

 

The point is if i stay @ 5430mhz i can boot any multi even 56x is no problem. Booting above that doesn`t work what ever multi is used. 50 - 56 and above .

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L115B998 (Malay) - Complete dud. Won't boot more than 4.9 Ghz using Massman's binning method.

3103B309 (Costa Rica) - Seems average-ish, boots 5.3 Ghz. SS results to come.

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