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    Finally joined the 4ghz club, voltage is 1.4v, at full load temps are 60c.
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    'Bout dam time! Very nicely done

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    Chears dood, is the chip gonna be ok with 1.4v?

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    nice bro. I recently joined with my vcore at 1.38. gotta love the i7's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLooD View Post
    Chears dood, is the chip gonna be ok with 1.4v?
    Yep, as long as you keep the temps down. I wouldn't go over 65c with that chip. What are you using to test for "stability"?
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    with a bit of tweaking you can probably lower the voltage, i managed 4GHz on my old Q9650 with 1.32v... but chips vary so you might not...

    but that doesnt really matter... Good going!!
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    Everest stability test and Seti@home.

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    not that much Vcore really . last weekend (for benching I was giving my 45nm chip 1.8v on water )
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    Quote Originally Posted by ||Console|| View Post
    not that much Vcore really . last weekend (for benching I was giving my 45nm chip 1.8v on water )
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    Quote Originally Posted by jivetrky View Post
    lol

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    Show off :P

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    Totally though this was a different thread, my bad!

    Keep going, lets see 4.4!
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    Congratulations. i never got my ES QX9650 over 3.8Ghz stable.
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    I've gotten 4.3 stable and 4.4 to boot on one of those chips. 4.3 was with like 1.375 vcore or something but 4.4 was like 1.4. never had my FSB that high though. I knocked up the multi cause I was using a p5k premium. nice job on the 4.0Ghz club
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    Thnx guys, just installed LinX, going to run some tests with that and then see what else i can get.

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