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    Thanks BongWizard for making the comment about skew settings, flashed from the P5E0903 to the Rampage BIOS 0410 added 13Mhz to my FSB and a strong 70Mhz to my best core speed and with less voltage. They really made some changes from RF0403.


    FSB vcore 1.45v after vdroop
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=442918


    Core speed vcore 1.47v after vdroop
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=442923




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    Default Re: The TweakTown Official SuperPi 1M Top List

    I wish that Validator would show Voltages, anyone know why it does not? Surely this has been asked at their forum I would assume

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    Ive always wonder that too so I just went through 10 pages of post on their forum and this is what I found.

    Including voltages in validations... - X86-secret.com Forums

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    Well that does not say much! Maybe I will join up this week and ask again and see if a better answer would be given

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    Well I went sub 10s, not by much but it is under.


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    WOWZERS!


    Is this on air? Maybe I do need to cram some voltage into my Xeon and see what it will do, I have not yet

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    Yep, on air, side panel removed with a floor fan on high window wide open all day while I was out, cold overcast day. Measured temp at floor, intake side of the fan 52f (11.1c). Normal clock cores 38c after the run, Normal room temp and clock with side panel on 44c, you can see the idle temps on this run in the bottom right side of the screenie

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    nice score, lots of vcore though.

    Those pesky wives can be a problem can't they, lol

    I finally figured out on the weekend that my nb voltage was holding me back, should be 4.5GHz stable soon with a bit of luck, I achieved 4.25GHz 100% stable on the weekend (20 passes IntelBurnTest) at 1.275V
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    nice OC on that 8500 dude!! and sub 10s... nice!

    with the blackops and an e8600 you should be able to hit 4.85GHz+ on that thermalright 120... you'll need alot of voltage on it tho... and punch the MCH up a bit to get the FSB stable and it'll be flying!!

    might clean up that first post so it only show best score for everyone

    EDIT: only 4 people doin this... thats pretty sad... i wanted to see some serious competition and some intense tweaking!
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