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This is a club for the EVGA community for those of us who love and enjoy to OC our core i7 CPUs. It is for those who wish to post their results and build our comminity to help others if need be in reaching a goal they wish to achieve with their rig. 

In order to join Club i7 Stability , you must post ONE screenshot containing the following: 

1. At least 20 runs of Linx passed with no errors, using a problem size no less than 25,000 
(This will require your system to have around 4.8 GB of free memory, which should not be a problem for the majority of core i7 users. Allowing Linx to load and then unload seems to free up some additional memory.) 

LinX 0.6.3 IS A REQUIREMENT! 

LinX 0.6.4 can be downloaded from this site and I will keep it updated to the newest version for future people to see and use. 

http://www.xtremesystems....howthread.php?t=201670 


2. CPUz front tab showing your overclock, voltage, and threads. 

3. Real Temp showing your min/max temperatures before and during linx. 

4. Include a notepad shot with the screenie having your EVGA username DO NOT DO IT SEPARATELY...include it with everything else for ONE screen shot. Example: 

 


It eliminates the chances of accusation of the results being fake or not theirs 



5. HT is your preference, but the stats will be divided into two sections. HT on and HT off 

6. The i7 MUST be OC'd to 4.0Ghz or above. (Those of you who have 3.8,3.9 etc...I encourage you to reach the goal of 4.0 and enjoy the process of getting yourself there.) 

*7. Please post the following ABOVE THE SCREENSHOT:*

Screename
Core i7 (whichever you have)   Batch #: 
CPU clocked at: 
Voltage: 
Idle temps: 
Load temps:  



I will not add your post to the list unless you have provided this AND the screenshot.



Here is the link and a picture of the badge for our sigs for you to show (if you choose to do so)  

 

 
a larger image is available here: 
[link=http://i583.photobucket.com/albums/ss273/speciesss/coreI7_stability_MD_Full.jpg]http://i583.photobucket.c..._stability_MD_Full.jpg[/link]


We will also organize the from highest MHz to lowest... 

This allows you to show your hard work into making it more stable than before. 

TRASH TALKING IS PROHIBITED... 

We are all here on these forums for a reason and that is to converse about things and give each other guidance and help for whatever need it may be. 

Please read this 
if you get the urge to lash out at someone or someones views. 

http://forums.evga.com...1&key=%F1%B6%A2%A6 

I hope to see everyone posting their results and this club for EVGA really take off. Thank you for your time and LETS SEE THOSE RESULTS!!! 


SimC 

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Results of rigs: 



HT TURNED ON  

kitfit1
Core i7 975 batch unknown 
CPU clocked at: 5004.2 MHz
Voltage: 1.552 
Idle temps: -6,-6,-6,-6 
Load temps: -6,-6,-6,-6 

overclocker333 
Xeon W3570   Batch #:  
CPU clocked at: 4823.9 mhz 
Voltage: 1.575v w/Vdroop 
Idle temps: -6/-6/-6/-6 this is as low as Real Temp can read 
Load temps: 53/46/49/40 

awalleyeguy 
Core i7 920 Batch#: 3845B027
CPU clocked at: 4817.9 MHz   
Voltage: 1.69  with Vdroop  1.599 load   Vtt +.200
Idle temps: 17,13,17,12 
Load temps: 73,67,68,62     
 
yahyaue 
Core i7 980X Batch# 3006A442 
CPU clocked at: 4.738.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.446v without Vdroop 
Idle temps: 36,39,36,38,38,41 
Load temps: 73,82,71,72,78,79  

dejanh 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #3849A832 
CPU clocked at: 4650.5 MHz 
Voltage: 1.611 (idle), 1.541 (load) 
Idle temps: 42,38,42,37
Load temps: 89,85,84,81                        

overclocker333
Core i7 920 Batch #:  3845B259
CPU clocked at: 4650.1 MHz 
Voltage: 1.575
Idle temps:  15,11,15,12
Load temps: 71,72,70,68

Johnksss
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:3849A846
CPU Clocked at: 4629.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.6
Idle temps: 26,25,29,20
Load temps: 85,83,77,71

kitfit1
Core i7 975 Batch #: unknown
CPU clocked at: 4608.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.388 with vdroop enabled
Idle temps: -6,-6,-6,-6
Load temps: 27,24,23,20   
Owikh84
Core i7 920 D0
CPU clocked at: 4545.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.388
Idle temps: 54,52,52,50
Load temps: 89,88,86,83  
 
t_7 
W3520 
CPU clocked at: 4545.5 MHz 
Voltage: 1.399V 
Idle temps: 25,21,24,20 
Load temps: 63,60,60,57                  

Tasmac 
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3937A664  
Cpu Clock 4528.7 MHz 
Voltage: 1.49375  
Idle temps: 33/26/33/29 
Load temps: 82/82/79/78 
                          
Jdookie
Core i7 (975 EE)  Batch# 3910A348
CPU clocked at 4524.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.517
Idle temps: 37,34,37,34
Load temps: 88,84,83,79 

flyingduck88 
Core i7 950 DO Batch#3912A940 
CPU clocked at: 4519.7 MHz 
CPU VCORE @1.446V
Idle temps: 39,39,38,35 
Load temps: 87,89,86,85   

=FIB=Goldberg
Core i7 980x Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4510.8 MHz
Voltage: 1.446
Idle temps: 34,34,32,34,30,36
Load temps: 75,76,69,71,75,79 

sivkov-yevgeniy
i7 975 EE in E-leet. Batch #: 3910A320 
CPU clocked at: 4509.9 MHz 
Voltage: (idle)1.494 (load) 1.517
Idle temps: 32,29,33,28
Load temps: 81,77,79,74

-boyu-
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3910A778
CPU clocked at: 4509.6
Voltage: 1.399
Idle temps: 40,38,39,35
Load temps: 82,79,79,76   
 
mwlhrh
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3925A260  
CPU clocked at: 4503.6 MHz                                       
Voltage: 1.470 
Idle temps: 38,35,38,41  
Load temps: 82,78,81,77  

sgtharry 
i7 920 D0 Batch# 3849B028 
CPU clocked at: 4482.8 MHz
Voltage: 1.541 without vdroop 
Idle temps: 35,32,34,29 
Load temps: 80,75,75,71  

fubarnoob 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#: 3944A982 
CPU clocked at: 4462.1 MHz 
Voltage: 1.47500V (w/o VDroop) 
Idle temps: 39,33,36,33 
Load temps: 85,80,83,75  

flawally90
Core i7 920 DO Batch#: 3916B089
CPU Clocked at: 4447.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.3000   <========== lower is better!!!
Idle Temps: -7,-7,-7,-7
Load Temps: 32,31,28,26

DooRules
Core i7 960 D0 Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4427.8 MHz
Voltage: 1.475  w/o vdroop
Idle temps: 45,40,48,40
Load temps: 88,87,85,83 
 
InTrigger 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3849B202 
CPU clocked at: 4420.1 MHz 
Voltage: Idle 1.3250 / Load 1.3290 WO/Droop 
CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 211 
Idle temps: 39,36,40,34 
Load temps: 98,94,92,87 
HT & Turbo on 
On Air 

trs32505
Core i7: Xeon W3520 D0  Batch #: 3848A352
CPU clocked at:  4419.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.3v w/o vdroop
Idle temps: -8,-8,-8,-8 (lowest RealTemp will read on my system)
Load temps: 12,8,8,2

SniperOZ 
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3910A480 
CPU clocked at: 4419.9 MHz 
Voltage: 1.517 
Idle temps: 47,47,48,42 
Load temps: 95,94,89,88 

SimC33 
Core i7-920 D0 : Batch #: 3912B168 
CPU clocked at: 4419.8 <-- wish I would have caught the 4420.2 on the screenshot...
Voltage: 1.352 
Idle temps: 44,44,45,43
Load temps: 85-90's

Daddyjaxx 
Core i7: 920 Batch #: 3849B202 
CPU clocked at: 4419.8 MHz 
Voltage: 1.35 BIOS 1.39 Load Without VDROOP 
Idle temps: 35,34,35,32 
Load temps: 76,73,72,68 
HT On/Turbo on 

TulsaGeoff
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3849B203
CPU Clocked at: 4401.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.35 in bios
Vdroop Off
76C load, 50C idle

CKY2K 
Core i7 920 D0   Batch #: 3845B027 
CPU clocked at: 4399.2 MHz 
CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 210 
Idle temps: 42,42,43,40   
Load temps: 98,98,92,91 
Voltage: Idle 1.3325/Load 1.3500 WO/Droop 
BIOS: IX58S230 
6GB of Ram 
HT & Turbo on 
On Air 

markwrc          
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3848A667 
CPU clocked at: 4399.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.411v (without vdroop)                
Idle temps: 37,35,37,34  
Load temps: 78,77,74,75

Axman
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3901A257
CPU clocked at: 4399.0Mhz 
Voltage: 1.50v
Idle temps: 44,41,43,39
Load temps: 80,77,79,75

Mcniglet
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3925A273 
CPU clocked at: 4398.9 MHz 
Voltage: 1.30 w/o vdroop 1.37 under load 
Idle temps: 38,35,38,30 
Load temps: 81,76,80,73                

jdookie
Core i7 920 D0 Batch # 3845B029 
CPU clocked at: 4389.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.5000 without Vdroop 
Idle temps: 35,31,34,32 
Load temps: 86,83,79,79 
 
Hillguy 
Core i7 960 D0 Batch #:  ?? 
CPU clocked at: 4389.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.458 v  (without v droop) 
Idle temps:  37,31,33,29 
Load temps: 83,79,77,74                          

grd003
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3920B649
CPU clocked at: 4378.2MHz
Voltage: 1.329
Idle Temps: 41,36,41,35
Load Temps: 86,83,84,78

427jmf 
Core i7 920: Batch #: 3906A317 
CPU clocked at: 4377.9MHz 
Voltage: 1.482 W/O vdroop 
Idle temp 35,31,36,29 
Load Temp 75,69,73,65 

rludwic 

Core I7 920 (Batch 3849A866 )
CPU Clocked at: 4357.3 MHz
Idle Temps of 34, 34, 35, 31
Load Temps of 80, 88, 85, 85
Idle Volts 1.399 VCore
Load Volts 1.423 VCore

expedision
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3845B026
CPU clocked at: 4357.1 MHz On Air 
Idle Voltage: 1.25 Wo/VDroop
Load Voltage: 1.27
Idle temps: 40,40,39,37
Load temps: 84,84,78,78

techwood
Core i7 920 (D0) Batch #: 3906A317
PU Clocked at: 4336.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.38125 vcc
Idle temps: 41,38,40,38
Load temps: 88,86,82,81

RLudwic 
CPU Core I7  920  Batch  (3849A866)
Cpu Clock 4336.0 MHz
Idle Temps 35,33,35,30
Load Temps 83,80,77,77
Voltage 1.40625 w/o VDroop

roc_oja
Intel Xeon Batch #: 3847A696
CPU Clocked at: 4325.3 MHz
Voltages: >cpu 1.31 cpu pll 1.60 IOHcore 1.2 cpu vtt 1.30
Idle temps: 38,38,28,36
Load temps: 71,72,69,68  

Rexrzer77 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#3849B203 
CPU Clocked at: 4317.5 MHz (4328.0 MHz in BIOS) 
Idle temps: 47,45,47,42  
Load temps: 93,97,90,89 
12GB SDRAM - Test Complete in 3Hours 24Minutes 56Seconds - 10-11-2009 

Copeland
Core i7 920 D0  Batch #: 3943A528
CPU Clocked at: 4315.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.400
Idle temps: 40,37,42,37
Load temps: 79,79,78,73

Schalazeal

Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:  Coming Soon
CPU clocked at: 4315.4MHz
Voltage: 1.34-1.38V
Idle temps: 43,42,42,38
Load temps: 89,91,84,87

BDW88 
Core i7: 920 D0   Batch #:3849B203 
CPU clocked at: 4315.3 MHz 
Voltage: 1.35 VDroop on 
Idle temps: 37,34,37,33 
Load temps: 66,63,66,63      
 
Gvansly1 
Core i7 920 Batch#: 3916A217 
CPU Clocked at: 4315.3 MHz 
Idle Voltage: 1.375
Load Voltage: 1.317 
Idle Temps: 37,38,37,39 
Load Temps: 85,87,83,80 
Ambient Room Temp: 70.3F / 21.3C 

DrNip
Core i7 920 BATCH# 3845B027 
CPU clocked at: 4315.2 MHz   
Voltage: 1.258
Idle temp: 39,40,38,36 
Load temp: 81,79,77,74

lcabezas
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: N/A
CPU clocked at: 4315.2 MHz  Watercooled 
Voltage: 1.376V
Idle temps: 45,43,44,44
Load temps: 89,86,85,84

schatterjee04 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: unsure 
CPU clocked at: 4315.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.365
Idle temps: 39,38,39,34
Load temps: 77,74,73,69

BigMyke 
Core i7: 920  Batch #3845B027 DO 
CPU clocked at: 4315.0 MHz  
Idle Voltage: 1.36 Wo/VDroop 
Load Voltage: 1.37 
Idle temps: 38,34,37,35 
Load temps: 80,76,77,71 

Bluebrains
Core i7 980 Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4309.5 MHz  
Voltage: 1.35000 
Idle temps: 30,41,37,35,43,42 
Load temps: 81,81,77,75,84,82 

StormTheGeek
Core i7 920 D0  Batch #:  3939B071 
CPU clocked at: 4294.2 GHz 
Voltage:  1.38v 
Idle temps: 38,38,39,33 
Load temps: 79,78,78,75

BestOneOnly
Core I7 920 D0 Batch #: 3934A523 
CPU clocked at: 4273.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.47500 Vdroop on
Idle temps: 39,41,41,35
Load temps: 79,77,74,70 

Jamn1
Core i7 930 Batch #:   
CPU clocked at: 4252.2 ----> 4270 (203x21)  
Voltage: 1.33125 w/o vdroop  
Idle temps: 32,27,33,25  
Load temps: 71,68,68,63   

mrcholla
Core i7 950 D0
CPU Clocked at: 4248.0 Mhz on Air
Idle 1.305 Wo/vDroop
Load 1.312
Idle 30,27,30,24
Load 82,84,78,80

freakysqeeky

Core i7:920(DO)   Batch #:  ??
CPU clocked at:  4231.5 Mhz
Voltage:  1.40625
Idle temps: 37
Load temps:  88

Lvcoyote  
Core i7 920 Btach # 3845B260 
CPU clocked at: 4215.4 MHz 
Voltage: 1.26 
Idle temps: 43,40,45,39 
Load temps: 70,70,72,66 

Mvgratz 
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3926A286 
CPU clocked at 4214.6 MHz 
Voltage: 1.341 
Idle temps: 45,42,47,44 
Load temps: 89,88,84,86 

DENTNU
Core i7 960 D0 Batch #:  ?
CPU clocked at: 4214.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.41250v 
Idle temps: 44,41,44,41
Load temps: 81,78,78,75  

Fonze98
Core i7 950 D0 Batch #: Unknown (lapped and lost paper it was written on) 
CPU clocked at: 4213.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.364 Without Vdroop
Idle temps: 38,38,38,36
Load temps: 74,74,71,71 

Eppopipe
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3945B231 
CPU clocked at: 4210.64 MHz  
Voltage: 1.375 
Vtt: +50
Idle temps: 33,29,24,29 
Load temps: 64,63,63,64 (On HK 3 Cu)  

Slyver08
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3939B100
CPU clocked at: 4210.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.411V
Idle temps: 45,41,43,41
Load temps: 97,97,91,89

hombredelassrtas ( LinX 0.6.1) 
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #:? 
CPU clocked at: 4210.6 MHz 
Voltage: 1.352v 
Idle temps: 32,30,34,27 
Load temps: 77,76,75,70 

Mikotan 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3846B109 
CPU clocked at: 4210.6 MHz 
Voltage: 1.39 
Idle temps: 35,31,33,29 
Load temps: 67,64,65,62 

thisguybk
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #:  3904A361
CPU clocked at:  4210.6 MHz 201x20 HT on
Voltage:  1.305 Vdroop off
Idle temps:   37,36,39,34
Load temps: 77,74,73 ,71

mudvari
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3913B224
CPU clocked at: 4210.57mhz HT On, Prolimatech Megahalem with Antec TriCool 79CFM
Voltage: 1.35
Idle temps: 51,46,48,45
Load temps: 92,92,89,89 

Peligro
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3849B040
CPU clocked at: 4210.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.376V
Idle temps: 37,35,37,33
Load temps: 81,80,79,75 

chubby bunny 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#: 3938B020   
CPU clocked at: 4210.5 (200.5x21)   
Voltage: 1.3v Idle, ~1.34 Max at load  
Idle temps: 43,39,39,37  
Load temps: 84,79,79,75    
 
MarkJohnson 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3845B60 
CPU Clock: 4210.5 MHz 
Idle Voltage: 1.305 
Load Voltage: 1.341 
BIOS Voltage: 1.350 
Idle Temps: 39,36,39,37 
Load Temps (Max): 88,87,89,79 
Ambient Room Temp: 70F / 21C 

JasonSauce
Core i7 920 D0 Batch: N/A
CPU Clocked at: 4210.5 MHz 
Voltage: Idle 1.3430 / Load 1.352 WO/Droop 
CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 201 
Idle temps: 39,38,39,36 
Load temps: 66,69,68,61 

ugotd8
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3946A172   
CPU clocked at: 4210.5 MHz   
Voltage: 1.265 / VTT +50  (W/O VDROOP)
Idle temps: 38,34,36,33      
Load temps: 69,65,65,64 

spawn447   
Core i7 930 Batch #: 3951A808
CPU clocked at: 4210.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.34375
Idle temps: 38,40,40,37
Load temps: 68,69,67,65

AWBbox
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3925A265
CPU clocked at: 4210.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.375 Without VDroop
Idle temps: 34,29,34,29
Load temps: 72,69,71,66

rexrzer77    rig #2
i7 920 Batch #:3849B202
CPU clocked at: 4210.4 MHz 
Voltage: 1.2500
Idle temps: 34,38,39,40
Load temps: 74,78,79,80  

wsmeyer
Core i7 920 D0 Batch # 3844A716 
CPU clocked at: 4210.4 MHz 
Voltage: 1.3000 without Vdroop 
Idle temps: 49,49,48,44 
Load temps: 84,83,81,77  

Governator 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch# 3941B075 
CPU clocked at: 4210.3 MHz
VCORE: 1.38125  w/o VDROOP 
Idle temps: 18,13,18,15 
Load temps: 82,81,78,78  

HeavyHemi
Core i7 930 Batch #: ? 
CPU clocked at: 4210.3 MHz 
Voltage 1.37500 w/o VDroop 
Idle temps: 40,34,38,33  
Load temps: 88,83,85,80    
 
Ken88
 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3919A517 
CPU clocked at: 4210.3 MHz 
Voltage: 1.4875v Bios w/vdroop 
Idle temps: 42,46,44,46 
Load temps: 94,92,89,90  

frhodes2421
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3844A937 
CPU clocked at: 4210.3 MHz 
Voltage: 1.36 W/Vdroop ON 1.341 in Eleet 
Idle temps: 41,39,41,37 
Load temps: 82,81,79,76  

Seaquest
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3910A326
CPU clocked at: 4210.3 MHz
Voltage: 1.34375V Without VDroop
Idle temps: 40,37,40,38
Load temps: 80,80,76,76

jacarter2        
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3948A578  
CPU clocked at: 4210.2 MHz 
Voltage: 1.425 
Idle temps:  36,32,37,34 
Load temps: 69,66,67,66    

kpablo
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3849B203
CPU clocked at: 4209.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.2625v
Idle temps: 42,41,43,40
Load temps: 70,71,69,68

DJcypher1
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3950A530
CPU clocked at: 4209.6 MHz (HT On)
Voltage: 1.364
Idle temps: 45,45,44,43
Load temps: 87,85,81,81

Rona1012  
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3923A368 
CPU clocked at: 4209.4 MHz 
Voltage: 1.35625
Idle temps: 37,34,35,30
Load temps: 81,75,74,70

Fortillian
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3903A485 
CPU clocked at: 4189 MHz HT On, Thermalright 120 extreme w/ skythe 75cfm.
Voltage: 1.470
Idle temps: 30,28,30,29
Load temps: 76,77,72,75 

legma
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3912B182
CPU clocked at: 4189.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.305 V
Idle temps: 34,32,36,32
Load temps: 81,82,81,77

doorules
i7 960 DO Batch # ??         
CPU clocked at: 4189.7 MHz 
Voltage: 1.352 
Idle Temps: 39,37,38,35 
Load Temps: 73,73,71,68 
HT on, Turbo Off  

Kiki5334

Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:  
CPU clocked at: 4189.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.381v no vdroop / VTT +200 
Idle temps: 40,36,39,35
Load temps: 77,73,74,70

d1esel 
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3849B314 
CPU clocked at: 4189.7 MHz 
Voltage: 1.27 
Idle temps: 38,35,39,35 
Load temps: 70,66,68,64

wildzcardz
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3939b977
Clocked at: 4189.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.329V
Idle Temps: 37,34,37,36
Load Temps: 72,70,68,67 

DeRico
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: ? 
CPU clocked at: 4189.7Mhz 
Voltage: 1.329, 1.289 w/ VDroop 
Idle temps: 42,39,41,36 
Load temps: 73,71,71,66  

ReVolut1on
Core i7 920 DO Batch#: 3850A807
CPU clocked at: 4189.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.28750
Idle temps: 38,35,39,35
Load temps: 86,84,84,81 

OLAVALLENATA
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3920B639 
CPU clocked at: 4189.64 MHz (4200.0 MHZ on bios) 
Voltage: 1.270 (Idle) 1.310 (Load) Without Vdroop 
Idle temps: 44,41,44,40 
Load temps: 90,89,86,84  

sumosempi
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:
CPU clocked at: 4189.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.375
Idle temps: 45,41,44,41
Load temps: 85,81,82,79 

SnakeBite  
Core i7 930 Batch #: 3002A663 
CPU clocked at: 4189.6 MHz 
Voltage: 1.400 
Idle temps: 34,34,34,32 
Load temps: 85,84,80,79  

Chriscbenjamin
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#: ?
CPU clocked at: 4189.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.341
Idle temps: 38,37,40,35
Load temps: 87,86,85,81 

Fushi
Core i7 930 Batch # 3951A824 
CPU clocked at: 4189.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.4V 
Idle temps: 42,36,42,38 
Load temps: 83,81,80,78 

Xenocrates  
Core i7 920 D0 Batch 3: ??
CPU clocked at: 4189.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.36250
Idle temps: 43,39,42,40
Load temps: 92,90,88,87

Johhny80s 
Core i7 920 Batch# 3913B270 
CPU clocked at: 4189.5 MHz 
QPI 200, Vcore 1.3875, W/O Vdroop 
Idle temps: 48,45,46,44 
Load temps: 92,87,93,83 

Max Silver
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3945B231
CPU clocked at: 4189.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.341 Without Vdroop
Idle temps: 36,31,36,31
Load temps: 80,76,75,72

Inoxim-NorCal 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3919A517 
CPU clocked at: 4189.4 (4203.0 in BIOS) 
Voltage: 1.35 
Idle temps: 38,37,38,39 
Load temps: 80,80,77,77 

Kuriin 
Core i7 920 Batch #: 
CPU clocked at: 4189.4 MHz 
Voltages: 1.35 
Idle temps: 38,40,38,41 
Load temps: 84,83,80,79  

chump7431
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3904A361 
CPU clocked at: 4147.7 MHz 
Voltage: 1.376 Vdroop off 
Idle temps: 37,33,37,34 
Load temps: 90,88,85 ,87                          

Ugotd8
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:  3939B977
CPU Clocked at: 4126.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.34V Load (Vdroop ON (1.4325 in BIOS)
Idle temps: 38,39,40,35
Load temps: 81,80,78,75

Hatzel

Core i7: 965  Batch #: 3841A345
CPU clocked at: 4112.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.376 Without VDroop
Idle temps: 31,28,30,26
Load temps: 77,75,72,71

luv2increase 
Core i7: 920 Batch #3841A383 C0 
CPU clocked at: 4105.8 MHz On Air 
Idle Voltage: 1.282 Without VDroop 
Load Voltage: 1.305 
Idle temps: 41,39,41,39 
Load temps: 88,86,85,82 

shaolin95
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: ? 
CPU clocked at: 4105.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.384
Idle temps: 29,26,30,26     
Load temps: 70,67,69,65

Mention 
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #3912B168 
CPU clocked at: 4105.4 MHz 
Voltage: 1.375v Bios w/Vdroop (1.30v Load) 
Idle temps: 46,42,44,41 
Load temps: 84,84,82,81   

Deicida
Core i7 920 D0  Batch #:  3910A372 
CPU clocked at:  4085 MHz 
Voltage:  1.3 idle / 1.258 load (with Vdroop) 
Idle temps:  52/48/51/47 
Load temps:   85/81/82/76  

bwaterme 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3945A941 
CPU clocked at: 4084.5 MHz 
Voltage: 1.2625 Without Vdroop 
Idle temps: 39,36,39,34 
Load temps: 83,80,79,76  

Wxchaser 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3845B027
CPU clocked at: 4064.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.20v    
Idle temps: 41,44,45,41    
Load temps: 73,77,84,70 

jpeck2009 
Core i7 930 Batch #: 3941B670 
CPU clocked at: 4063.89 MHz 
Voltage: 1.272  
Idle temps: 38,34,39,32 
Load temps: 87,85,84,80  

d.burnette
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3938A516
CPU clocked at: 4062.3 MHz
Voltage: 1.35 (without v droop)
Idle temps: 34,35,33,33
Load temps: 85,87,80,80

MrBalll 
Core i7: 920  Batch #: unsure, but it's an 'A' batch 
CPU clocked at: 4053.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.31875V 
Idle temps: 36,31,35,29 
Load temps: 74,69,69,66  

olavallenata
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3920B639 
CPU clocked at: 4050.14 MHz (4066.0 MHZ on bios) 
Voltage: 1.23125 (Idle) 1.283 (Load) Without Vdroop 
Idle temps: 38,36,39,35 
Load temps: 80,78,76,74   

fella5 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3944A869
CPU clocked at: 4043.1 MHz Without VDroop 
Voltage: 1.27500 
Idle temps: 37/32/34/32 
Load temps: 87/83/80/78  

snowblind64
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3931A253
CPU clocked at: 4043.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.329 (Idle) 1.364 (Load) Without Vdroop
Idle temps: 28,26,31,23 
Load temps: 67,65,66,60

brutal614
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:3931A253
CPU clocked at: 4043.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.29 idle 1.31 load
Idle temps: 33,32,34,28
Load temps: 72,72,69,67

englehmj
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#:
CPU clocked at: 4043.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.375
Idle temps: 40,36,38,35
Load temps: 77,77,74,75 

cranium r 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:?
CPU clocked at: 4042.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.35
Idle temps: 41,36,39,35
Load temps: 73,71,72,70

Fugawii
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3944A666
Mushkin Redline(1600) 6-7-6-18-72-1T
CPU Clocked at: 4042.8 MHz
Voltage: 1.35 
Vtt: +75 
Vdroop: On
Idle temps: 39,36,40,34
Load temps: 79,76,77,70


plastictree 
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3919A811 
CPU clocked at: 4035.2 MHz 
Voltage: 1.270 idle / 1.317 load 
Idle temps: 33,30,34,29 
Load temps: 72,69,70,65 

McLaren_F1
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3919A492
CPU Clocked at: 4022.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.275
Idle temps: 38,40,38,41
Load temps: 75,73,75,71

HeaDSHoTs   
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3939B078
CPU clocked at: 4022.1
Voltage: 1.31825V (W/O Vdroop)
Idle temps: 35,34,36,31
Load temps: 72,72,72,67

pauljlindner 
Core i7: 920 Batch #: 3922A415 
CPU clocked at: 4021.9 MHz 
Voltage: 1.41250 V 
Idle temps: 43,39,43,38 
Load temps: 92,93,89,90 
HT ON w/ Vdroop  

Oddball99
Core i7 920 Batch#: 3959A421
CPU clocked at: 4021.8 MHz
Voltage: 1.329
Idle temps: 42,38,42,38
Load temps: 79,76,76,73 

Samarlian
Core i7 (920) DO  
Batch #: 3851A262 
CPU clocked at: 4021.7 MHz 
Voltage: 1.3 with v/drop 
Idle temps: 39,37,41,36 
Load temps: 70,68,69,64   
 
HalloweenWeed
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3928A567
CPU Clocked at: 4021.7 MHz
Voltage: 1.258
Idle temps: 42,39,42,38
Load temps: 82,80,78,78

Shogon  

Xeon E5620 Batch #: 3013A466 
CPU clocked at: 4018.4 MHz 
Voltage: 1.28125 No V-Droop 
Idle temps: 31,33,35,28 
Load temps: 62,62,68,64 

Chasis 
Core i7 930 Batch #: 3001A786 
CPU clocked at: 4016.0 MHz
Voltage:  1.35v Bios Without VDroop 1.39 Full Load
Idle temps: 42,39,42,39
Load temps: 77,76,75,73 

Argon    
Core i7 965 Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4014.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.35625
Idle temps: 33,31,34,27
Load temps: 79,79,75,72
dmoheban
Core i7 920 D0
CPU Clocked at: 4011.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.325
Idle temps: 37,37,40,34
Load temps: 72,70,70,65

JustinHemi  
i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3919A712 
CPU clocked at: 4011.5 Mhz (CPUZ, 20x201) on Air (megahalems) 
Voltage: 1.350 with vdroop on and HT on 
Idle Temps: 43,40,41,40 
Load Temps: 78,78,75,77  

Vaperstylz
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4010.2 MHz
Voltage: 1.376
Idle temps: 34,27,32,27
Load temps: 62,58,60,56

HeroCrusher
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3939B232
CPU clocked at: 4010.2 MHz
Voltage: 1.2875
Idle temps: 34,33,35,33
Load temps: 75,74,72,71

2slick4u
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3950A530  
CPU clocked at: 4010.2 MHz 
Voltage: 1.28125  
Idle temps: 43,42,45,40 
Load temps: 77,74,74,72 

MorSage 
i7 965 C0 Batch #: ? a year ago 
CPU clocked at: 4010.1 MHz 
Voltage: 1.425V 
Idle Temps: 41,41,40,38 
Load Temps: 83,83,81,79 
12GB  

methos123
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3936A262
CPU clocked at: 4010.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.341
Idle temps: 42,39,43,39
Load temps: 85,84,82,80

GWill80
Core i7 930 Batch #: 3001A125 
CPU clocked at: 4010.02 MHz @1.317v
Load temps: 78,75,77,72
Idle temps: 40,35,41,36 

rbmcauliffe
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3845B261
CPU clocked at: 4010.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.3625 With VDroop 
Idle temps: 39,37,40,37
Load temps: 74,72,71,69 

craftmatic
Core i7 920 DO Batch #: 3912B182 
CPU clocked at: 4010.0 MHz 
VCore: 1.2250V  
Idle temps: 42,39,40,37 
Max temps: 75,73,72,69 

mdhoover 
Core i7 980x Batch#: 3013A472  
CPU clocked at: 4010.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.325 in BIOS (sensors report 1.31v idle, 1.27v load) 
Idle temps: 37,34,33,25,30,23 
Load temps: 76,76,73,70,75,73 

Kajimbo 
Core i7 D0 Batch #: 3913B007 
CPU clocked at: 4010.0 MHz (20x 201BLK) 
BIOS Voltage: 1.29375 (WITHOUT vdroop) 
Idle Voltage: 1.294 
Load Voltage: 1.305 
Idle temps: 37,34,36,33 
Load temps (Max): 78,76,73,72 

Chizow 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3849A866 
CPU clocked at: 4010.0 MHz 
Voltage: w/o Vdroop 1.29V 
Idle temps: 44,42,44,41 
Load temps:  83,84,82,82  
On Air TRUE with push/pull 

Visseroth
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3912B350
CPU Clocked at: 4010.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.325 (w/o VDroop)
Idle temps: 30,26,28,24
Load temps: 78,75,74,72  
 
WD-40  
Core i7 930 D0 Batch #: 30008A997 Air Cooled 
CPU clocked at: 4009.9 MHz 
Voltage: 1.24375 (Vdroop off) 
Idle temps: 44,38,41,37 
Load temps: 97,96,92,89 

Divvichild   
Core i7 D0 Batch #: 3849A916 Air Cooled 
CPU clocked at: 4009.8 MHz 
Voltage: 1.247 V  (Vdroop off) 
Idle temps: 49,46,50,45 
Load temps: 92,90,90,85  

Davekozy 
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3910A643 
CPU clocked at: 4009.1 MHz 
Voltage: 1.400 W/Droop 
Idle temps: 40,38,41,37 
Load temps: 79,78,75,73  

Slagar
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3906A283
CPU clocked at: 4009.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.24  (without v droop) 
Idle temps: 33,32,32,30 
Load temps: 73,73,68,69

liquidfluidity                         
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3910A311 
CPU clocked at: 4008.9 MHz 
Voltage: w/out vdroop 1.24v idle/1.28v load 
Idle temps: 32,33,32,34
Load temps: 68,69,69,70 

jvwilson101 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3938B024 
CPU clocked At: 4008.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.294 W/ out Vdroop 
Idle temps: 36,34,36,31 
Load temps: 87,86,82,80 
                         
AustinMirage 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3912B177 
CPU clocked at: 4004.5 MHz 
Voltage: VCore = 1.3000V, CPU VTT = +100mV*, QPI PLL = 1.175V, VDIMM = 1.625V 
Idle temps: 43,41,40,40 
Load temps: 86,85,82,81

BlueBrains
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#: 3937A806
CPU clocked at: 4002.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.33125
Idle Temps: 37,34,40,31
Load Temps: 81,78,79,75 

alexazaxp     
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3945A857 
CPU clocked at: 4001.2 MHz 
Voltage: 1.28V 
Idle temps: 37,35,38,34 
Load temps: 79,78,76,75 

y3vgeniy
Core i7 920 C0 Batch #:
CPU clocked at: 4001.2 MHz
Voltage: 1.23
Idle temps: 39,41,41,39
Load temps: 72,74,69,71

pheanix 
Core i7 920 Batch #:2032A368 
CPU clocked at: 4001.2 MHz on air 
Voltage: 1.40 
Idle temps: 40,34,36,32 
Load temps: 74,72,72,68 

ndtran

Core i7 920 C0 Batch #: 3838A543
CPU clocked at: 4001.2 MHz
Voltage : 1.35 Vdroop On
Idle temps: 37,33,35,38
Load Temps: 74,71,70,70   HeatKiller 3.0 Watercooled

Jstanthr
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3938A507
CPU clocked at: 4001.2 MHz
Voltage: 1.33125
Idle temps: 41,42,41,40
Load temps: 70,72,71,71

Rudster816
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3913B225
CPU clocked at: 4001.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.26v
Idle temps: 31,28,30,26
Load temps: 58,56,56,53

hagatha
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #:
CPU clocked at: 4001.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.282
Idle temps: 40,38,39,39
Load temps: 73,70,69,69

mdarwish
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3838B034
CPU clocked at: 4001.1 MHz
Voltage: 1.4
Idle temps:  39,37,43,37
Load temps: 90,87,88,81

nauman76
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: ?
CPU Clocked at: 4001.1 GHz
Voltage: 1.35V with VDroop (1.317 under load)
Idle temps: 41,41,40,38
Load temps: 80,80,75,75

kurtwelday
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3941B195
CPU Clocked at: 4001.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.352
Idle temps: 26,20,25,24
Load temps: 84,84,78,79

billythekid2012 
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3849A911 
CPU clocked at: 4001.0 MHz 
Voltage: 1.38 
Idle temps: 42,40,44,39 
Load temps: 85,84,83,80  

Purostaff
Core i7: 920   Batch #:  3939B215
CPU clocked at:  4001.0
Voltage: 1.399 (idle) 1.376 (load) Vdroop ON
Idle temps: 41,38,40,37
Load temps: 86,83,81,80 (still curing in AS5)

solysh
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #3941B195 
CPU clocked at: 4001.0 MHz  
Voltage: 1.305V 
Idle temps: 45,40,42,41 
Load temps: 85,82,84,81

Mr Orange
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3938A257
CPU clocked at: 4001.0 MHz
Idle temps: 37,35,38,32
Load temps: 82,80,77,77
Voltage 1.38750 with VDroop  
 
fredfoobar
Core i7 920 Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4001.0 MHz
Voltage: 40,40,39,39
Idle temps: 89,90,83,85
Load temps:

killer_hz  
Core i7 920 Batch #: 3949A372
CPU Clocked at: 4001.0 MHz
Voltage: 1.18
Idle temps: 37,36,38,35
Load temps: 65,63,63,60 

whitedragon 
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3844A759
CPU clocked at: 4000.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.27500 
Idle temps: 42,42,44,39
Load temps: 76,75,75,71

Bnaert
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3911b047 - Pack date: 11/11/2009 
CPU clocked at: 4000.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.399v idle WITH vdroop 1.364 100% load
Idle temps: 42,40,40,36
Load temps: 80,80,75,75 (max)

s14sh3r
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3931A318
CPU clocked at: 4000.9 MHz
Voltage: 1.329 without VDroop
Idle temps: 40,28,40,37
Load temps: 80,79,77,75 

hawkeyeusmc 
Core i7 930 batch #: 3001A760 
CPU clocked at: 4000.9 MHZ 
Voltage: 1.282 no vdroop 
Idle temps: 38,38,39,36 
Load temps: 83,84,81,79  



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HT TURNED OFF 

custombuiltcomputers 
Core i7 975 Batch #: 3928A569   
CPU clocked at: 4957.3 MHz          
Voltage: 1.62v no vdroop / VTT +300  
Idle temps: -8,-8,-8,-8          
Load temps: 21,14,17,8

overclocker333 
Xeon W3570   Batch #:  
CPU clocked at: 4916.7 MHz 
Voltage: 1.63v w/Vdroop 
Idle temps: -6/-6/-6/-6 this is as low as Real Temp can read 
Load temps: 41/35/36/29 

awalleyeguy

Core i7 920 Batch# 3845B027 
CPU clocked at: 4881.0 MHz   
Voltage: 1.68  with Vdroop  1.62 load 
Idle temp: 23,19,23,18 
Load temp: 69,65,65,59 

NighthawkF22
Core i7 950 Batch #: 3910A594
CPU Clocked at: 4755.22 MHz
Voltage: 1.4875 (w/droop)
Idle temps: 48,44,48,44  (ambient temp in room is bad)
Load temps: 68,66,66,63 
    
expedision 
Core i7: 920 Batch #3845B026 DO
CPU clocked at: 4420.1 MHz
Idle Voltage: 1.25 Wo/VDroop
Load Voltage: 1.27
Idle temps: 45,45,44,42
Load temps: 84,85,79,80

DrNip
Core i7 920 D0 Batch#: 3845B027   
CPU clocked at: 4420.0 MHz     
Voltage: 1.270 idle/1.282 load  
Idle temp: 37,38,36,35   
Load temp: 71,71,67,64 <- Priceless 
Air 

grd003
CPU: i7 920  D0, Batch #: 3920B649
CPU Clock: 4401.7 MHz on air
**HT Off**
Voltage: 1.329V
Idle Temps: 42,38,42,37 
Load Temps: 80,79,76,73
  
Mudvari
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3913B224
CPU clocked at:  4315.57 MHz HT OFF
Air Cooled by Prolimatech Megahalem
Voltage: 1.35000v
Idle temps: 41,39,42,40
Load temps: 77,76,74,74

Chememan 
Xeon W3540 Batch 3: 3851A   
CPU clocked at: 4313.4 MHz
Voltage: 1.282 w/o vdroop
Idle temps: 40,37,36,33
Load temps: 66,62,62,59

Bluebrains
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: 3937A806
CPU clocked at: 4210.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.425
Idle temps: 42,40,44,38
Load temps: 86,84,82,80

chubby bunny
Core i7 920 D0 3938B020
CPU Clocked at: 4210.5 MHz
Voltage: 1.258v Idle, ~1.27 Max at load - VDroop off
Idle temps: 41,38,38,36
Load temps: 80,78,77,74

Mrmuiz
Core i7 920 D0 Batch #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4210.3MHz
Voltage: 1.3750
Idle temps: 45,43,45,42
Load temps: 80,79,76,74

ty_ger07 
Core i7 965 Batch #: 
CPU Clocked at: 4143.6 MHz
Voltage: 1.456v under load (vdroop on)
Load temps: 81,80,81,79
Idle temps: 40,41,40,40 
 
xxChronicxx
Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3913B222 
CPU clocked at: 4.105.9 MHz
Watercooled Bran New Corsair H50 
Voltage: 1.4000V (without Vdroop) 
Idle temps: 34,29,31,27 
Load temps: 69,65,65,61 

Dave851
Core i7 920 C0 Bath #: ?
CPU clocked at: 4042.8 MHz
Voltage: 1.435
Idle temps: 35,32,35,32
Load temps: 57,54,55,50

Robbyn16
Core i7: 920 (lapped) Batch #: 3910A293
CPU clocked at: 4008.3 MHz
Voltage: 1.35
Idle temps: 38,35,39,34
Load temps: 76,73,72,70 

DIEGORUBEUS
Core i7 930 D0 Batch #: 3001A126 
CPU clocked at: 4001.0 MHZ 
Voltage: 1.29 (shows as 1.30 on CPU-Z)  
Idle temps: 46,42,47,42 
Load temps: 86,83,85,83   
post edited by SimC33 - 2010/09/12 18:51:50


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    grd003
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 07:15:29 (permalink)
    Alright!  Here we go. The boss is back!

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 07:17:36 (permalink)
    Just so you know there's a new Linx out 0.6.4..

    And thanks for starting this SimC33


     


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    grd003

    Alright!  Here we go. The boss is back!
     

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 08:38:39 (permalink)
    CPU: i7 920  D0, Batch #: 3920B649
    CPU Clock: 4,401.7MHz on air
    **HT Off**
    Vcore 1.329V
    Idle Temps: 42,38,42,37 
    Load Temps: 80,79,76,73




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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 11:43:55 (permalink)

     
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    Core i7: 920  Batch #3845B026 DO
    CPU clocked at: 4357 MHz On Air 
    Idle Voltage: 1.25 Wo/VDroop
    Load Voltage: 1.27
    Idle temps: 40,40,39,37
    Load temps: 84,84,78,78
    post edited by expedision - 2009/11/09 15:56:55

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 12:20:31 (permalink)
    Nice to see ya SimC33........

     

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 12:51:30 (permalink)
    Sim, here is an update of my clock speed, just baby steps, 4336MHz, but hey, maybe I can satisfy my delusion of hitting 4.4.



    [img][link=http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu105/foofoo08_album/4336MHzLinX.jpg]http://i638.photobucket.c..._album/4336MHzLinX.jpg[/link][/img]

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 14:25:14 (permalink)
    Over in the old thread, there's some really good information from ty_ger07 
    http://forums.evga.com/fb.ashx?m=7884
    ty_ger07
    Update for you Grd.

    I have other things I should have been doing.  But I decided to screw it and take some "me time".  I did the thermal paste swap on the NB and Vreg.  Vreg was VERY fiddly to get it right.  I took the thermal pads off the Vreg and then applied thermal paste.  I mounted the vreg and removed it and saw that I had zero contact in the middle and light contact at the edges.  I filed down the vreg mount standoffs to increase edge contact and bent the middle downward and remounted.  I repeated this process over and over until contact was excellent.

    Now, my idle Vreg temps are ~50c and loaded vreg temps are ~60c at 3.73GHz.  That is AMAZING!  My loaded Vreg temps at 3.73Ghz before were around 75c.

    So, later on when I have more time, I will try 4.0 again.  There should be no reason I shouldn't do it with HT on now.

    My Tvreg seems always too high. I think there are other thermal thermal things going on, or other performance issues which are just not CPU related.  [hunch no. 1638]
     
    [edit] I sit and look at high Tvreg, I read what ty_ger07 and others write about fixing it, and so ah maybe eh possibly I'll get to it someday. The real issue is, of course, EVGA reads all these many, many, many reports of Tvreg problems on the 758 and they do absolutely nothing about it. Ford or GM would be forced to do a recall. My loaded Tvreg is way over 80c.
    post edited by grd003 - 2009/11/06 14:58:12

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 15:59:48 (permalink)
    Sorry Sim, I forgot some info and hopefully this is a better screenshot since I ran the test again.

    CPU Core I7  920  Batch  (3849A866)
    Cpu Clock 4336 MHz
    Idle Temps 35, 33, 35, 30
    Load Temps 83, 80, 77, 77
    Voltage 1.40625 w/o VDroop

     

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 16:17:40 (permalink)
    rludwic

    Sorry Sim, I forgot some info and hopefully this is a better screenshot since I ran the test again.

    CPU Core I7  920  Batch  (3849A866)
    Cpu Clock 4336 MHz
    Idle Temps 35, 33, 35, 30
    Load Temps 83, 80, 77, 77
    Voltage 1.40625 w/o VDroop 

    [img][link=http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu105/foofoo08_album/4336MHzLinxstable.jpg]http://i638.photobucket.c.../4336MHzLinxstable.jpg[/link][/img]

    Does anyone know how to make your screenshots larger in photobucket? How about another free site that makes larger, clearer screenshots?

    Hotmail, or Live, or whatever the heck it's called lets me use full resolution, full size shots, but I don't know how much total storage they're going to let me have.

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 17:55:26 (permalink)
    @ ty_ger07    CPU Clock Ratio ( 25X )
    CPU Host Frequency ( 160Mhz )
    MCH Strap ( 1600Mhz )
    CPU Uncore Frequency ( 3200Mhz )  Shouldn't this be set to min of 20x?
    CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
    Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
    PCIE Frequency ( 100Mhz )

    ** Memory Feature
    Memory Speed ( Standard )
    Memory Control Setting ( Enabled )
    Memory Frequency ( 1600Mhz { 2:10 } ) if this is at 10x?  Probably is just the way is written thought I would ask.                                                            CPU VTT Voltage ( 1.375v { +175mv } )  Now I know you have a 965 CO/C1 and I haven't used one of those CO's in a while but maybe this voltage is too high. I mention because for me I have found to much voltage will cause problems also. Just trying to help out.
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 18:19:26 (permalink)
    Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #:  3904A361
    CPU clocked at:  4210.6mhz 201x20 HT on
    Voltage:  1.305 Vdroop off
    Idle temps:   37 - 36 - 39 - 34
    Load temps: 77 - 74 - 73 - 71
      
    post edited by thisguybk - 2009/11/07 15:38:15



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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 18:21:30 (permalink)
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    @ ty_ger07    CPU Clock Ratio ( 25X )
    CPU Host Frequency ( 160Mhz )
    MCH Strap ( 1600Mhz )
    CPU Uncore Frequency ( 3200Mhz )  Shouldn't this be set to min of 20x?
    Yes, 20x160=3200 , no?
    CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
    Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
    PCIE Frequency ( 100Mhz )

    ** Memory Feature
    Memory Speed ( Standard )
    Memory Control Setting ( Enabled )
    Memory Frequency ( 1600Mhz { 2:10 } ) if this is at 10x?  Probably is just the way is written thought I would ask.
    Yes, 2:10 ratio equals 1600MHz memory at 160MHz Bclock.  If Bclock was 133, it would be 1333MHz, but since Bclock is 160, memory speed equals 1,600MHz.                                                           
    CPU VTT Voltage ( 1.375v { +175mv } )  Now I know you have a 965 CO/C1 and I haven't used one of those CO's in a while but maybe this voltage is too high. I mention because for me I have found to much voltage will cause problems also. Just trying to help out.
    I will try it.  I was under the understanding that BSOD 124 was an indication that VTT was too low.  I have had a lot of 124 BSODs and therefore I have been hiking the VTT up from +100.  Maybe I am wrong.  Maybe I will try lowering VTT when I see 124 error and raise core voltage instead.  :S.  Any suggestions there?

    Now my issue is core temperature again.  Core temperatures hit 89c and RealTemp shut down the system at that temperature since I set it to automatically do it.  Maybe I will re-work it with very low VTT and hike core voltage slowly instead.  What do you think about my QPI PLL and IOH voltage?
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 19:58:44 (permalink)
    ty_ger07

    awalleyeguy

    @ ty_ger07    CPU Clock Ratio ( 25X )
    CPU Host Frequency ( 160Mhz )
    MCH Strap ( 1600Mhz )
    CPU Uncore Frequency ( 3200Mhz )  Shouldn't this be set to min of 20x?
    Yes, 20x160=3200 , no?
    CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
    Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
    PCIE Frequency ( 100Mhz )

    ** Memory Feature
    Memory Speed ( Standard )
    Memory Control Setting ( Enabled )
    Memory Frequency ( 1600Mhz { 2:10 } ) if this is at 10x?  Probably is just the way is written thought I would ask.
    Yes, 2:10 ratio equals 1600MHz memory at 160MHz Bclock.  If Bclock was 133, it would be 1333MHz, but since Bclock is 160, memory speed equals 1,600MHz.                                                           
    CPU VTT Voltage ( 1.375v { +175mv } )  Now I know you have a 965 CO/C1 and I haven't used one of those CO's in a while but maybe this voltage is too high. I mention because for me I have found to much voltage will cause problems also. Just trying to help out.
    I will try it.  I was under the understanding that BSOD 124 was an indication that VTT was too low.  I have had a lot of 124 BSODs and therefore I have been hiking the VTT up from +100.  Maybe I am wrong.  Maybe I will try lowering VTT when I see 124 error and raise core voltage instead.  :S.  Any suggestions there?

    Now my issue is core temperature again.  Core temperatures hit 89c and RealTemp shut down the system at that temperature since I set it to automatically do it.  Maybe I will re-work it with very low VTT and hike core voltage slowly instead.  What do you think about my QPI PLL and IOH voltage?

    Yes bsod 124 points to vtt or vcore also can be memory or a driver or even a video card or even something else. Have you tried your overclocking with only 1 video card installed? The Corsair H50 is a nice cooler but I am wondering if it can handle the heat a I7 ocerclocked to 4000+ Mhz puts out. QPI PLL voltage I increase mine but I do not really know if it helps anything, maybe when you start surpassing that 4000Mhz poit of QPI link. IOH voltage which I think is northbridge doesn't seem do anything (though I do increase it) unless you are overclocking your high end video cards a lot. But if north bridge gets too hot things will stop working. I have had 2 758 boards (still using 1) and both had very high N/B and vreg temps until redoing both N/B and vreg heat syncs.  But you are right I think temps are the problem. I have read on the evga forums people saying vtt effects thier temps more than vcore. Vtt is for uncore I think, so if that stays set and unchanged increasing multi would only need vcore increase, which still leads us back to heat. I hate heat! I'm trying.

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/06 20:27:05 (permalink)
     
    i7-920 (D0) Batch: 3906A317
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    load: 88, 86, 82, 81
     
     
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 01:15:12 (permalink)
    Hey everyone, thanks for the newer posts...I am in Bossier for the weekend. So once I get back to Baton Rouge then I will update anyone and everyone who has posted new stuff for our thread here. Glad to see everyone is making their way back into here. Lets make this thread prosperous just like the last one! Take care everyone and have a great weekend! Wish LSU the best of luck tomorrow against bama...haha






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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 03:43:14 (permalink)
    Awesome! I was waiting for this thread to come back as I have just built my new PC

    Core i7: 920 D0 Batch #: 3925A265
    CPU clocked at: 4210.4 MHz
    Voltage: 1.375 Without VDroop
    Idle temps: 34,29,34,29
    Load temps: 72,69,71,66
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 04:32:00 (permalink)
    good info

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 06:28:25 (permalink)
    awalleyeguy

    ty_ger07

    awalleyeguy

    @ ty_ger07    CPU Clock Ratio ( 25X )
    CPU Host Frequency ( 160Mhz )
    MCH Strap ( 1600Mhz )
    CPU Uncore Frequency ( 3200Mhz )  Shouldn't this be set to min of 20x?
    Yes, 20x160=3200 , no?
    CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
    Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
    PCIE Frequency ( 100Mhz )

    ** Memory Feature
    Memory Speed ( Standard )
    Memory Control Setting ( Enabled )
    Memory Frequency ( 1600Mhz { 2:10 } ) if this is at 10x?  Probably is just the way is written thought I would ask.
    Yes, 2:10 ratio equals 1600MHz memory at 160MHz Bclock.  If Bclock was 133, it would be 1333MHz, but since Bclock is 160, memory speed equals 1,600MHz.                                                           
    CPU VTT Voltage ( 1.375v { +175mv } )  Now I know you have a 965 CO/C1 and I haven't used one of those CO's in a while but maybe this voltage is too high. I mention because for me I have found to much voltage will cause problems also. Just trying to help out.
    I will try it.  I was under the understanding that BSOD 124 was an indication that VTT was too low.  I have had a lot of 124 BSODs and therefore I have been hiking the VTT up from +100.  Maybe I am wrong.  Maybe I will try lowering VTT when I see 124 error and raise core voltage instead.  :S.  Any suggestions there?

    Now my issue is core temperature again.  Core temperatures hit 89c and RealTemp shut down the system at that temperature since I set it to automatically do it.  Maybe I will re-work it with very low VTT and hike core voltage slowly instead.  What do you think about my QPI PLL and IOH voltage?

    Yes bsod 124 points to vtt or vcore also can be memory or a driver or even a video card or even something else. Have you tried your overclocking with only 1 video card installed? The Corsair H50 is a nice cooler but I am wondering if it can handle the heat a I7 ocerclocked to 4000+ Mhz puts out. QPI PLL voltage I increase mine but I do not really know if it helps anything, maybe when you start surpassing that 4000Mhz poit of QPI link. IOH voltage which I think is northbridge doesn't seem do anything (though I do increase it) unless you are overclocking your high end video cards a lot. But if north bridge gets too hot things will stop working. I have had 2 758 boards (still using 1) and both had very high N/B and vreg temps until redoing both N/B and vreg heat syncs.  But you are right I think temps are the problem. I have read on the evga forums people saying vtt effects thier temps more than vcore. Vtt is for uncore I think, so if that stays set and unchanged increasing multi would only need vcore increase, which still leads us back to heat. I hate heat! I'm trying.

     
    Stick a fork in me.
     
    I am done.  Forget it.  It isn't worth it.  I just have a crappy chip.
     
    I can do 160x24 no problem.  I can do 133.6x29 no problem.  Going either method above 3.9GHz requires a HUGE core voltage increase which I still haven't found the end of.  No amount of voltage tweaking has uncovered the cure.  I am sick of this.  I give up.
     
    I lowered memory speed and timings WAY down.  I lowered QPI link speed way down.  I lowered VTT voltage way down and worked with core voltage instead.  I tried everything and combinations of everything.
     
    The chip just won't do 4GHz with HT on without an insane heat load.  It is apparent by my voltages that the chip is peaking out.  There is no reason I should keep forcing it.  If I want to go 4Ghz and higher with HT on, I should just buy a new CPU.
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 06:58:30 (permalink)
    ty_ger07

    awalleyeguy

    ty_ger07

    awalleyeguy

    @ ty_ger07    CPU Clock Ratio ( 25X )
    CPU Host Frequency ( 160Mhz )
    MCH Strap ( 1600Mhz )
    CPU Uncore Frequency ( 3200Mhz )  Shouldn't this be set to min of 20x?
    Yes, 20x160=3200 , no?
    CPU Clock Skew ( 0 ps )
    Spread Spectrum ( Disabled )
    PCIE Frequency ( 100Mhz )

    ** Memory Feature
    Memory Speed ( Standard )
    Memory Control Setting ( Enabled )
    Memory Frequency ( 1600Mhz { 2:10 } ) if this is at 10x?  Probably is just the way is written thought I would ask.
    Yes, 2:10 ratio equals 1600MHz memory at 160MHz Bclock.  If Bclock was 133, it would be 1333MHz, but since Bclock is 160, memory speed equals 1,600MHz.                                                           
    CPU VTT Voltage ( 1.375v { +175mv } )  Now I know you have a 965 CO/C1 and I haven't used one of those CO's in a while but maybe this voltage is too high. I mention because for me I have found to much voltage will cause problems also. Just trying to help out.
    I will try it.  I was under the understanding that BSOD 124 was an indication that VTT was too low.  I have had a lot of 124 BSODs and therefore I have been hiking the VTT up from +100.  Maybe I am wrong.  Maybe I will try lowering VTT when I see 124 error and raise core voltage instead.  :S.  Any suggestions there?

    Now my issue is core temperature again.  Core temperatures hit 89c and RealTemp shut down the system at that temperature since I set it to automatically do it.  Maybe I will re-work it with very low VTT and hike core voltage slowly instead.  What do you think about my QPI PLL and IOH voltage?

    Yes bsod 124 points to vtt or vcore also can be memory or a driver or even a video card or even something else. Have you tried your overclocking with only 1 video card installed? The Corsair H50 is a nice cooler but I am wondering if it can handle the heat a I7 ocerclocked to 4000+ Mhz puts out. QPI PLL voltage I increase mine but I do not really know if it helps anything, maybe when you start surpassing that 4000Mhz poit of QPI link. IOH voltage which I think is northbridge doesn't seem do anything (though I do increase it) unless you are overclocking your high end video cards a lot. But if north bridge gets too hot things will stop working. I have had 2 758 boards (still using 1) and both had very high N/B and vreg temps until redoing both N/B and vreg heat syncs.  But you are right I think temps are the problem. I have read on the evga forums people saying vtt effects thier temps more than vcore. Vtt is for uncore I think, so if that stays set and unchanged increasing multi would only need vcore increase, which still leads us back to heat. I hate heat! I'm trying.

     
    Stick a fork in me.
     
    I am done.  Forget it.  It isn't worth it.  I just have a crappy chip.
     
    I can do 160x24 no problem.  I can do 133.6x29 no problem.  Going either method above 3.9GHz requires a HUGE core voltage increase which I still haven't found the end of.  No amount of voltage tweaking has uncovered the cure.  I am sick of this.  I give up.
     
    I lowered memory speed and timings WAY down.  I lowered QPI link speed way down.  I lowered VTT voltage way down and worked with core voltage instead.  I tried everything and combinations of everything.
     
    The chip just won't do 4GHz with HT on without an insane heat load.  It is apparent by my voltages that the chip is peaking out.  There is no reason I should keep forcing it.  If I want to go 4Ghz and higher with HT on, I should just buy a new CPU.


      You are probably right, That sucks. I have used a lot of socket 1366 chips, The w3500 series for some reason run a lot cooler, not necessarily better over clockers,  heck I had 2 3520's that really sucked but they ran cooler.
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 07:44:53 (permalink)
    I re-ran my 4.4GHz test _with_ Virtualization Tech turned On and VT does not seem to affect temp or volts or frequency in any way, so that is one _less_ thing to be concerned with.

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 07:53:23 (permalink)
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    I re-ran my 4.4GHz test _with_ Virtualization Tech turned On and VT does not seem to affect temp or volts or frequency in any way, so that is one _less_ thing to be concerned with.


    Yeah I noticed the same thing. For me it doesn't matter if VT is on or off (in BIOS). I always turned it off before this thread was started. Now it just one less thing to worry about...

     

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 08:38:15 (permalink)
    Ty_Ger, that being the case, grab a 920 DO from Microcenter for$200, cheapest place I've found. I don't know your coolijng system but I can recomend the Megahalem with 1 or 2 of these fans on it depending on your MOBO layout. Scythe SY1225SL12SH 120mm "Slipstream" Case Fan - Retail

    The Mega, that fan and a veryTHIN coat of OCZ Freeze to ONE surface, and I promise you a temp drop of 6-7C, maybe more. That's been my experience.

    I had a C0/C1 and a CM V8 and I was going crazy trying to pass 4GHz The best I got was 3.8GHz. Chip change HSF change and TIM change (previosly sold on AS5 and Zalman super thermal grease) My experience with the OCZ  freeze has ended in a love affair. I tried it on a suggestion and I won't use anything else now.

    I have felt your pain before and feel your's my be worse than my since you have the top of the line chip. I think if you come down and slum with me we can get your 4GHz and then some.

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 09:41:29 (permalink)
    I know it's short
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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 09:47:25 (permalink)
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    Ty_Ger, that being the case, grab a 920 DO from Microcenter for$200, cheapest place I've found. I don't know your coolijng system but I can recomend the Megahalem with 1 or 2 of these fans on it depending on your MOBO layout. Scythe SY1225SL12SH 120mm "Slipstream" Case Fan - Retail

    The Mega, that fan and a veryTHIN coat of OCZ Freeze to ONE surface, and I promise you a temp drop of 6-7C, maybe more. That's been my experience.

    I had a C0/C1 and a CM V8 and I was going crazy trying to pass 4GHz The best I got was 3.8GHz. Chip change HSF change and TIM change (previosly sold on AS5 and Zalman super thermal grease) My experience with the OCZ  freeze has ended in a love affair. I tried it on a suggestion and I won't use anything else now.

    I have felt your pain before and feel your's my be worse than my since you have the top of the line chip. I think if you come down and slum with me we can get your 4GHz and then some.

    Sincerely,
    Rob Luwic

     
    I have the money to purchase the chip, but not the desire at this point.  I don't NEED to upgrade my chip and can't justify upgrading it for the sake of spending money and a higher OC.
     
    Thanks for all the help guys.

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 11:00:31 (permalink)
    Bah!!!!!!!!!!

    I got an error on the 20th loop.  Temps not so offensive though.


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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 11:04:38 (permalink)
    My multiplier is set in the BIOS to 20 and E-LEET shows x21?  Did I miss something?  Not that this is bad per se, but I want to be a bit more stable... and I like round numbers.

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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 11:10:07 (permalink)
    You have Turbo enabled.  Enabling Turbo should result in lower required voltages, not higher....at least for me.  YMMV.

     


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    Re:*Club i7 Stability Continuation* 2009/11/07 11:13:51 (permalink)
    Turbo gives you the +1. Most people have better luck with the odd multipliers

     
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