44 months ago
I managed to get 4.5 oc on this stable with several stress test and a decent score of 1324 in cinebench.
Pictures available on my build
1)At what voltage?
2)And what are your max temps at load?
3)Is this permanent full time OC or are you using adaptive voltage?
1.3 volts, max temps was 81. Permanent oc
That's a decent chip- good job.
I recommend Adaptive Voltage after trying it with my recent 5820 build. Idles at 1200mhz, turbos up to my 4.4GHZ OC settings as needed. PC runs cool and quiet for typical tasks and ramps up for gaming/ rendering/ etc.
Thanks man! Sounds good I will check it out, my computer hasn't really been loud most of the time I barely hear it.
It definitely uses less energy and that's the primary benefit. Also, less power = less heat generated. Experiment with enabling Adaptive voltage, turbo, and EIST in your BIOS. The goal is to keep the max voltage to the processor the same as your current OC (1.3V), so you would have to observe the voltages in something like HWMonitor during a stress test with adaptive voltage turned on. Then determine if you need a negative or positive offset and apply as needed.