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TSSanko
post Mar 12 2007, 09:51 AM, updated 13y ago

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Lowyat.NET OC-ed Intel(R) Core™2 Duo/Quad 24/7 Voltages Database



Rules and requirements:
1. Only 1 post each for one system.
2. 2 screenshots of CPU-Z each showing CPU and RAM properties (attach your image, don't host it).
3. Include informations/screenshots of BIOS/CPU and Memory voltages.
4. All of the requirements above are mandatory.
5. Use the given format to post.
6. Any more? Please give me some ideas. thanks.


Format Example:
CPU: E6600
Clock: 3.33GHz
Vcore: 1.36

RAM: 2G Crucial 10th Anniversary DDR2 PC2-5300 3-3-3-12 (2.2v)
FSB: 370MHz x 9
Strap: 1066
Timing: 3-3-3-4
Vdimm: 2.1


The List:
Allendale (65 nm)
- E4300

- E4400

Conroe (65nm)
- E6300 (Average: 1.356vcore | 2.16vdimm)
BlackThyra87 - 3.20GHz | | 1.325vcore | 2.2vdimm
remysix - 3.30GHz | | 1.362vcore | 2.2vdimm
error0024 - 3.15GHz | | 1.38vcore | 2.2vdimm
Hyde`fK - 3.2GHz | 1.36vcore | 2.05vdimm

- E6400 (Average: 1.37vcore | 2.1vdimm )
basSist - 3.20GHz | | 1.37vcore | 2.1vdimm

- E6420 (Average: 1.315vcore | 2.0vdimm )
kerryking - 3.28GHz | | 1.315vcore | 2.0vdimm

- E6550 (Average: 1.264vcore | 1.89vdimm )
fesick - 3.36GHz | | 1.264vcore | 1.89vdimm

- E6600 (Average: 3.23vcore | 2.04vdimm)
Sanko - 3.33GHz | 1.33vcore | 2.1vdimm
sHawTY - 3.20GHz | 1.31vcore | 2.2vdimm
gengstapo - 3.29GHz | 1.39vcore | 1.95vdimm
irangan - 3.0GHz | 1.325vcore | 1.9vdimm
fedoracore - 3.0GHz | 1.325vcore | 1.8vdimm
coolice - 3.465GHz | 1.32vcore | 2.3vdimm
hui_ping - 3.2GHz | 1.325vcore | 2.1vdimm
richgod - 3.38GHz | 1.4vcore | 2.0vdimm

- E6700

- E6750 (Average: 1.33vcore | 2.0vdimm )
kbf2152 - 3.2GHz | | 1.33vcore | 2.0vdimm

- X6800 (Average: 1.29vcore | 2.2vdimm)
cstkl1 - 3.32GHz | 1.29vcore | 2.2vdimm


Kentsfield (65nm)
- Q6600 (Average: 3.21vcore | 2.02vdimm)
LyraSummersile - 3.02GHz | 1.325vcore | 2.1vdimm
gengstapo - 3.4GHz | 1.5vcore | 1.95vdimm

- QX6700


Wolfdale (45nm)
-E8200

-E8300

-E8400

-E8500

This post has been edited by Sanko: May 12 2008, 11:03 AM
TSSanko
post Mar 12 2007, 10:06 AM

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soulfly, gonna do that. i mean the templates. i want everything to be standardized too. for the stability issue, if it's need then i'll put it up (by demand). for me it's not really what i'm emphasing here as my only concern is to compile a list of 24/7 voltages. therefore, i choose to believe lyn forummers that they will post their TRUE 24/7 setting, and not fake. the goal of this list is to get the average vcore, vdimm and oc rate for c2d/c2q users. i don't know whether it will work out of not but really hope it will.

This post has been edited by Sanko: Mar 12 2007, 10:08 AM
TSSanko
post Mar 12 2007, 02:56 PM

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CPU: E6600
Clock: 3.33GHz
Vcore: 1.33

RAM: 2G Crucial 10th Anniversary DDR2 PC2-5300 3-3-3-12 (2.2v)
FSB: 370MHz x 9
Strap: 1066
Timing: 3-3-3-4
Vdimm: 2.1

This post has been edited by Sanko: Mar 13 2007, 03:36 PM


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TSSanko
post Jun 28 2007, 06:11 PM

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QUOTE(kmarc @ Jun 24 2007, 12:26 PM)
@TS, this would be a useful database.

What not include some more info in the database summary like:
1) Core temp/type of cooling
2) Ram timings/speed (since you have Vdimm)
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hrmm.... i'll take that into consideration. i guess if the cooling method used does influence the vcore value as WC MAYBE can adapt higher vcore. but vdimm i guess not much influence. give me some time to think. the ram speed and timing is kinda hard to categorize but let's see what i can do.

anyway, the main reason i create such database just to show forummers what vcore and vdimm ppl use in their 24/7 setting. regardless of how high they can oc actually. it's like vcore will be the measument in newbie oc quest for a 24/7 oc setting.

This post has been edited by Sanko: Jun 28 2007, 06:13 PM
TSSanko
post Oct 17 2007, 02:28 PM

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as far as i know. nope, it won't hurt. lower vcore/vdimm should be better for 24/7. hehe..
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post May 20 2009, 01:03 AM

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will update within this few days. kinda busy lately, sorrry.

 

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