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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Sorry fellas, had to leave town the past few days and just got back tonight!

    980X uncore can be 1.5-2 x ram multiplier, unlike previous 1136 i7's that had to be 2 x or above.

    You can change your uncore for sure Gangifilms!

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Quote Originally Posted by Gangifilms View Post
    Is there any websites you can refer so I can learn about overclocking? Maybe threads on this forum I didn't see? I think I get the point but I want to learn how voltage works.
    please follow : http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/tota...x58-ud5-37980/

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Cool, I will take a look at that link. I will be busy this week and the next week, so wait until august 2nd until I get started on this.

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Wow, it's been a long time. I have been very busy and have been putting aside the task of getting my PC up and running.

    Here is pictures of my full build, there are some pictures I have to get on my other hard drives. But here is the full build...

    PC2010 pictures by DukeGangi - Photobucket

    Next week I will get to work asking about overclocking questions to get this thing ready!

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Looks great!

    How's that cooler perform?

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Pretty good! I am getting temps at 27 degrees idle on 3.6 ghz, so I am thinking I might be able to reach 4.6 ghz 24/7. Possibly 5ghz, I wouldn't be surprised.

    With the three fans, lapped base, and thermal pad it's quite amazing. I could only dream what it would be like if I lapped the 980X but I did not want to risk losing one grand. However I would assume I could be at 24 degrees at 3.6ghz.

    I will get started overclocking probably later this week, getting busy again X_X

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    That does sound good, I bet you can do 4.2-4.5 easy!

    Good luck with the tweaking once you get started!

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