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Overclocking i7-920 d0 stepping

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November 24, 2009 3:28:16 AM

Hi guys

Im new to overclocking and couldnt find something to compare my results, as their are so many variables.

Im running my 920 d0 stepping at blck 190, 20x multiplier = 3.8ghz
Turbo is off so its 3.8ghz 24/7

If i put everything on auto, except cpu vcore at 1.23~ and dram bus at 1.64, it is stable on prime95.
Any less cpu voltage will cuase BSOD's. Temps are under 70.

My question is.... are there any tweaks that i can do to run this speed at a cpu voltage of 1.2v stable? because their are some people with 3.8ghz @ 1.2v.... or am i unlucky to have a weaker chip?

Thanks for your time.
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November 24, 2009 10:32:37 AM

It's not so much that you have a "weaker" chip. It's just the way that microscopic production variables add up to either a faster or slower chip. Remember, Intel only guarantees that a CPU chip runs at a certain frequency. The fact that Intel seems to be deliberately "underbinning" is a bonus for us.
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November 24, 2009 11:26:23 AM

You could disable Hyperthreading, which will reduce your temps and you'll be able to run with less voltage, but obviously you'll loose performance in applications that use Hyperthreading.
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