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    Default Want to OC my i7 950 @ ~4.5GHz help plz

    Hellow guys,
    i wanna oc my RIG. My target ~4.5GHz. Wanna know it's safe? I don't like to burn my RIG. So what is safe way to OC'ing? Anyone use Sabertooth x58 with i7 950? Anyone have real world experience on those hardware? I wanna know about :
    1. Core volt.
    2. PQI volt.
    Etc...

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    thanks for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    Hellow guys,
    i wanna oc my RIG. My target ~4.5GHz. Wanna know it's safe? I don't like to burn my RIG. So what is safe way to OC'ing? Anyone use Sabertooth x58 with i7 950? Anyone have real world experience on those hardware? I wanna know about :
    1. Core volt.
    2. PQI volt.
    Etc...

    My RIG: *snip*
    I used to run my i7 920 D0 at around 4.5ghz on water but there's no assurance that you will hit that speed. Most people are content at 4ghz so if its caps off at that speed dont worry about it. I'll post a link to you, its fairly thorough. Read through it and good luck.

    i7 920/950 OC guide

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    Hellow guys,
    i wanna oc my RIG. My target ~4.5GHz. Wanna know it's safe? I don't like to burn my RIG. So what is safe way to OC'ing? Anyone use Sabertooth x58 with i7 950? Anyone have real world experience on those hardware? I wanna know about :
    1. Core volt.
    2. PQI volt.
    Etc...

    My RIG:
    *. Processor: Intel i7 950
    *. Cooler: Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro Liquid Cooler
    *. Mobo: Asus x58 Sabertooth
    *. RAM: Patriot Viper3 4x4GB [16GB] 2133bus Quad Kit
    *. GPU: MSI-GTX-760-GAMING TF-2GD5-OC
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    *. Monitor: Viewsonic VA2013WM 20" LCD [1600x900]

    thanks for your help.
    The bottomline is: An i7 950 overclocked to 4.5Ghz is still slower than an i7 3770 (and i5 4670) non-k when it comes to gaming. With the amount of money you spent after buying a pricey water cooler, tons of high speed ram and an unnecessary 750w power supply; you could EASILY shift to a i7 4770 non-k.

    *** Seeing your spec, i can assume, someone else with very little knowledge about recent hardwares suggested you this rig. That 16GB ram quad channel kit and 2133 bus is completely unnecessary. Real world performance gain from 1600bus to 2133bus is so negligible. And for you information, your motherboard does NOT even support quad channel.

    R.I.P. money -___________-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    The bottomline is: An i7 950 overclocked to 4.5Ghz is still slower than an i7 3770 (and i5 4670) non-k when it comes to gaming. With the amount of money you spent after buying a pricey water cooler, tons of high speed ram and an unnecessary 750w power supply; you could EASILY shift to a i7 4770 non-k.

    *** Seeing your spec, i can assume, someone else with very little knowledge about recent hardwares suggested you this rig. That 16GB ram quad channel kit and 2133 bus is completely unnecessary. Real world performance gain from 1600bus to 2133bus is so negligible. And for you information, your motherboard does NOT even support quad channel.

    R.I.P. money -___________-
    ya i know my mobo is support only triple channel...
    And ei RIG ta 1sate build kora hoy nai, tai ei obostha...
    Jai hoy, ai RIG e 4.5GHz kivabe stable korbo seta bolle upokar hoto...
    Apatoto Mobo&Processor change korte cassina...
    Coz, x99 er jonno wait korsi....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    ya i know my mobo is support only triple channel...
    And ei RIG ta 1sate build kora hoy nai, tai ei obostha...
    Jai hoy, ai RIG e 4.5GHz kivabe stable korbo seta bolle upokar hoto...
    Apatoto Mobo&Processor change korte cassina...
    Coz, x99 er jonno wait korsi....
    You need "luck" for that. Because overclocking capability varies from chip to chip and there's no guarantee you can reach your target with this setup. But i guess you may hit well at 4.2-4.3Ghz Goodluck!

    Again, a poor choice. -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    ya i know my mobo is support only triple channel...
    And ei RIG ta 1sate build kora hoy nai, tai ei obostha...
    Jai hoy, ai RIG e 4.5GHz kivabe stable korbo seta bolle upokar hoto...
    Apatoto Mobo&Processor change korte cassina...
    Coz, x99 er jonno wait korsi....
    follow the guide mentioned by mazhar.Btw u didn't buy this system recently ri8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    ya i know my mobo is support only triple channel...
    And ei RIG ta 1sate build kora hoy nai, tai ei obostha...
    Jai hoy, ai RIG e 4.5GHz kivabe stable korbo seta bolle upokar hoto...
    Apatoto Mobo&Processor change korte cassina...
    Coz, x99 er jonno wait korsi....
    If u get 4.2GHz on that rig it'll be enough. you can do a lil trial and error on vcore to find sweet spot for 4GHZ and higher. It's upto you. every chip is different, so any OC experience won't be same. And 950 may be lagging in Game but it can perform in other applications. At least until Haswell-E comes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    follow the guide mentioned by mazhar.Btw u didn't buy this system recently ri8?
    mobo & processor is used for 2.6years.
    Ram less than 1year.
    Gpu less than 4months.
    Cooling is new.

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    Stable at 4.2 GHz. .... Temp is 71 max....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    You need "luck" for that. Because overclocking capability varies from chip to chip and there's no guarantee you can reach your target with this setup. But i guess you may hit well at 4.2-4.3Ghz Goodluck!

    Again, a poor choice. -_-
    why you say poor choice? Mobo & processor is 2.6years old almost... :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    mobo & processor is used for 2.6years.
    Ram less than 1year.
    Gpu less than 4months.
    Cooling is new.

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    Stable at 4.2 GHz. .... Temp is 71 max....

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    why you say poor choice? Mobo & processor is 2.6years old almost... :3
    oh taile thik ase. Still 1 year age hoileo ram er pichone ato tk khoroch kore mone hoy na thik hoise.

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    4.5GHz is really hard to reach under air cooling, especially in the summers of Bangladesh. I've had a Sabertooth X58 and an i7 920 D0 Stepping, it did do 4.41GHz but each core was running at 80C+ and the VRM temps were off the charts. I'd suggest stick to 4.2GHz or lower for daily usage. I ran 1.37v on the Vcore, Forgot about the PQI voltage though. Remember, Each chip has their different sweet-spots, you'll have to mess around to find the lowest vCore required. Oh and if you don't need more than 12GB (Most cases you don't) open up a DIMM and configure three to be ran in triple channel. I assume you are on dual channel mode.

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    @Sazzad_ag stick to 4.0 to max 4.1 ghz for stable 24/7 use. Assuming u have a decent air cooler.

    But my only concern is your psu.

    Your OC will be only as good as your current PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    @Sazzad_ag stick to 4.0 to max 4.1 ghz for stable 24/7 use. Assuming u have a decent air cooler.

    But my only concern is your psu.

    Your OC will be only as good as your current PSU.
    Tough power 750 should be enough to push the system to it's limits.

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    Guys, i lower to 4GHz and temp is under controlled. Bt AUX/NB temp is high... [75¤c] why its happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazzad_ag View Post
    Guys, i lower to 4GHz and temp is under controlled. Bt AUX/NB temp is high... [75¤c] why its happen?
    X58 north bridge chipsets used to run hot, try lowering the PLL voltage, if yours is a unisink with the VRM, it could be the VRM heat being transferred to the NB. Get more airflow there.

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