Ive got one to just under 5.2ghz on water
Some of these chips do 4.7Ghz on stock vcore :cool:
How far did this one get on stock volts?
Grab a HR-05, works perfectly.
28-30 degrees ambient, 58 degrees max in core temp running dual orthos FFT's
C2D @ 3.6Ghz 1.52v real on water
Celeron 347 at 5.15Ghz @ 1.44v...
Just ran <29.5 seconds superpi mod @ 5.05ghz
Thats as fast as an opty 14x at 3.0ghz or a P4 6xx/9xx at about 4.5Ghz
Chips stable at nearly...
Hehe, this chips amazing. 4690mhz at 1.232v Orthos stable.
I think its maxing out my 400w PSU at ~224x23 5.15ghz, vcore requirement jumps 0.2v...
:thumbdn: looks dodgey
Not bad for $75 :lol:
Yeah, by getting lazier with optimisation..
Now i see why consoles have such long lifetimes.
Only one woman to please.
Understood, just that in his case he could run the memory 1:1 and push the CPU to 3200mhz without having to up the vCore too much. Its a good...
Drop the multiplier to 8, run the memory 1:1 at 400mhz with the CPU at 3200mhz.
Yep can confirm, this 7 is made in the Philippines.
I wish i had 1000s of these to play with, crate load of them to select the pick of the crop...
Apparently they are my batch numbers " 7638A889 "
So its a week 38, A type.
Probably explains why its running cooler than the older...
I've got an SL9S9 7638 A889 E6400
Would you say this is half decent or one of the crappy chips?
Basic water cooling running 450x8 =...
As i stated, the voltage droop is the problem :)
Orthos temps dont go above 58 with 25degree ambient dual stress cpu'ing away. I've seen...
Anyone else annoyed with the fact that CPU voltage options go upto 1.60v in small increments then jump to 1.8v?
Im finding with the huge 0.05v...
Ctrl + F1, it'll be in the CPU area.
Or you could just read the manual next time :)
:thumbup: Its gonna be good.