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    i7 930 WR on AIR with $30 cooler...my new toy.

    Yes, we have a World Record on HWBOT for OC Forums with my i7-930 on a $30 cooler.

    1st place on AIR - SuperPI 32M = 7m47.408s


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    1st On AIR

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    3rd place on AIR - SuperPI 1M = 8.533s

    4763.6MHz_SuperPI_8.533s

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    1st place on AIR - wPrime 1024M = 2m52.209s

    4448MHz_wPrime1024M_172.209s

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    4510.6MHz_wPrime32M_5.343ms

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    Well, that's enough of WRs. 4200MHz is an optimal setting for me with HT enabled and Turbo disabled.

    4 cores 8 threads
    Vcore: 1.35625
    ...................Idle: 1.344 = 166 watts
    Load P95 sFFTs: 1.360 = 370 watts

    i7-930_4200MHz_200x21_p95sFFTs_1hr20min

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    i7-930_4200MHz_200x21_p95sFFTs_1hr24min_HALT

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    Only thing I can say is awesome job. I can't wait till I get new RAM.
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    Thanks Brutal.
    Hic...this thing sucks power more than twice as much compare to my i3s
    On the bright side, it's not as bad as comparable to Q6600 @ 3800MHz

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    1.62 Vcore on air?! You are BRAVE, sir.

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    Haha seriously, that is a lot of voltage, what kind of temps you get during that superpi run?

    And good job on yet another cpu bench!
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    WOOT WOOT!
    nice job sam
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    Thanks guys,
    Idle cores were from 40~45º....not too bad with less cores....but still required plenty of voltages.....
    I didn't monitor during SuperPI 32M run....which might have cause a slow down.
    But I recalled that they were fine around mid 60º for 1M run.
    If it was too hot...you'll know right away as you watch SuperPI times slow down.

    .....and you thought 1.62v was high?.......see this suicidal shot for CPUZ....... over 2GHz overclocked on air with 1.64v.

    i7-930_4824.7MHz_CPUZ_Suicidal_SHOT_SSM

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    Oh man it's beautiful! Congrats on the record setting Sam!
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    Not bad Sam. I just ordered some Super Talent Hyper ICs. Gonna see if I can get some better numbers out of mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronbert View Post
    Oh man it's beautiful! Congrats on the record setting Sam!
    Thanks bro.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal-Force View Post
    Not bad Sam. I just ordered some Super Talent Hyper ICs. Gonna see if I can get some better numbers out of mine.
    Yes, a friendly challenge would be nice... I would like to see you beat that SuperPi 32M. I'm thinking of changing the VX cooler over that $30 cooler real soon. Eventhough, I don't think it would make much of a difference.
    That $30 Raidmax is a blast.
    HyperX T1 that I have is not best since it is rated at CL9...but 6GB for $180+tax is affordable and done the job nicely.

    ....oh BTW, while running wPrime1024M @ 4448MHz with 4 cores 8 threads....it sucked over 600 WATTs

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    nice work, nothing like some throw down on the competition
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    Impressed the hell outta me!

    Can't wait to see how far I can take my amazing Q9550!
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    I have to ask, I know you don't game Sam (sorry that this is a bit off topic) so why do you overclock? Besides for the sheer fun of it of course

    Video encoding perhaps?

    Also my friends soon, soon that money comes in I know it's been a few months I've been saying that now but the grant has to be here in about 2-3 weeks I believe. When it shows up I'd like to come back and start talkin' about my new build, maybe get into some competitive benching
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    He just joined the benching team, so that's probably why

    You should join us too Ronbert, it's a whoooooole new world.
    Don't have to wait hours to find out if an OC is "stable" or not. If it finishes the benchmark it's good enough!
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    I dont game either, hence me not having high end hardware. But the benching is Huge fun.
    if it screams, crank it. if it cries, kill it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobnova View Post
    He just joined the benching team, so that's probably why

    You should join us too Ronbert, it's a whoooooole new world.
    Don't have to wait hours to find out if an OC is "stable" or not. If it finishes the benchmark it's good enough!
    I definetly going to join just not while I have this E5200, I'm going to wait till I get my i5 750 and then join up

    I love my E5200 but the mobo and set up I have just isn't decent enough to compete
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSaveMax View Post
    I would like to see you beat that SuperPi 32M.

    Nice work Sam!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronbert View Post
    I definetly going to join just not while I have this E5200, I'm going to wait till I get my i5 750 and then join up

    I love my E5200 but the mobo and set up I have just isn't decent enough to compete
    Sure it is! I used an e5200 for my early stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronbert View Post
    I definetly going to join just not while I have this E5200, I'm going to wait till I get my i5 750 and then join up

    I love my E5200 but the mobo and set up I have just isn't decent enough to compete
    the thing is you want points from every cpu and video card you can get your hands on. points are nice but cumulative points are where its at
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