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Imagine the overflow of good chips on the market,5-5.2 ghz will be on everybody's hands because most of them don;t scale on ln2.

Bad for extreme oc.....good for enthusiast :D

 

Sounds like DC was the SandyBridge rev.2 ? Hahah :P

 

Still have to wait until 4th week July, Indonesian Intel distributor is so slow...maaaaan I want to try binning some DCs, no matter how junk that was :D

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I hope so,to get my hands on a 5.5-5.6 chip on water,just imagine that :D.

 

I think you can forget about that.. water is not going to take you there..

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On computex it was one stable at 5.5 ghz....also they are some rare ivy that can do that as well,craazy85 has one.(5.6+).

Farjam had 4770k which was able to bench 5250 at 1.34v on air...so with cold water everything is possible. Never say never.

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Computex on air, meant pouring ln2 into a foam cooler around the motherboard that has pots on it then closing the lid. Fails information but made Intel look good

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thanks for the details guys!

updated OT

 

so far no scaling batches. i dont want to sound pessimistic but i dont think we will find one. ever since L318Bxx 4770K there has been no recorded scaling batch after that... so if it was going down hill after week 18 from last year you can imagine how terrible it is now

 

mikecdm and steponz recorded -105 cb. so i have a feeling maybe the silicone is actually OK from the cpu side of things but the imc /vrm is whats getting worse on cold and killing the scaling quality

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Maybe it's something else entirely, too soon to say for sure but I think I'm on to something.

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On computex it was one stable at 5.5 ghz....also they are some rare ivy that can do that as well,craazy85 has one.(5.6+).

Farjam had 4770k which was able to bench 5250 at 1.34v on air...so with cold water everything is possible. Never say never.

 

Computex had 5.5g validation (even on simple AIO by amateur) and 4.9 Cinebench.

 

There was no 5.5g stable.

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Still going. It seems none of my BBSE will do over 2400 anymore, so I may have to try some PSC. This is batch L331C501 from Micro Center.,

 

4790KL331C51049x100BCLKOCFStorm2133C91200MHz8-10-7-22-1TSuperPi32M_zpsea551e09.jpg

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seems this is "scaling"

 

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All on h80i water cooler :) can boot xp 5.3ghz 1.55v, see if anyone else can figure it out :D :D

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Tested L329C241 today.

 

1.325v 5ghz 32m 4c/8t

cb -140

benchable 6.2ghz 32m. 6.3ghz won't happen with any amount of volts.

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http://valid.canardpc.com/v5cyvf

 

very good mike a seller offered me that batch today but maybe not the same OC you tried only one chip ?

 

best regards

Sergio

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So far just one from that batch and one for L418C169. Still have another L418 to test on cold.

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So far just one from that batch and one for L418C169. Still have another L418 to test on cold.

 

Nice mike that 5GHz HT was on water ? with L329C241 ??? that is the one i was offered

 

Thanks !

Sergio

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Thats booting into xp with it and running 32m. Not sure how stable it is in w7 or running anything else.

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@ allen!

 

ok so must be some IO IOD or crazy vinput or crazy little vinput??

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thanks sniper and mike!

 

mike seems that has some mild scaling to it, not bad. still 150mhz or so behind great scaling but its some hope, just wish it was a newer batch :P

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quick LN2 update 6.4Ghz 32m 4c/4t 1.93v....CB -130C ..... this kept scaling with volts and cold.... and needed to be kept between -129 and -127C for this clock...............also (6.3Ghz 1.88v -124 ) (6.2Ghz 1.8v -124C)... to much volts, this chip may not survive ;)

 

 

first retail test...... 5G 4c/4t 1.272v Batch L419B533

 

DK32m5GtestBatchL419B533_zpsb22daccc.jpg

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ooooh great Data sniper!!

 

ok guys,

 

go fo L419B533! need a low V chip :D

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