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  • What to expect a 1100T to overclock to on air ?

    Just wondering, think stock is 3.3Ghz, get close to 5Ghz for 24/7 use ?


  • #2
    I doubt it, unless you have the best of the batch. For 24/7 use I think you would be looking at 4.2 maybe 4.4 if your lucky.

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    • #3
      They dont seem to overclock like the intel chips then

      is i5 generally faster clock for clock ?

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      • #4
        i5 is better clock for clock, sandybridge i5's/i7's are the best just now. I would wait to see Bulldozer though. Could be some serious performance there.

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        • #5
          am looking to build for a gaming rig, will have a good read up

          Thanks for your imput mate !

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          • #6
            post your budget mate, plenty of helpful advice available

            i5 2500k is the sweet spot atm, but very budget dependant ofc
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            • #7
              Yeah, just post your budget and we can throw together a wishlist for you.

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              • #8
                Am trying to look to buy from the seconds market to allow my budget to go a bit further

                Think I might just buy new tho and go sandybridge and overclock. All tho this new BD AMD chip seems to be creating a buz !

                Are these new AMD chips a different chipset ? so need to buy a new expensive motherboard ?

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                • #9
                  New chips aren't out yet but they are a new chipset... new boards on pre-order look very reasonably priced indeed
                  http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Compo...900+Chipset%29
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by nightrider1470 View Post
                    Just wondering, think stock is 3.3Ghz, get close to 5Ghz for 24/7 use ?

                    You will reach about 4Ghz safely on air with those chips.

                    Plus where is the fun in reaching 5Ghz on air ????

                    Originally posted by coiler
                    Then go all out dogging, after i've finished rimming of course

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                    • #11
                      You'll get 4Ghz, Maybe 4.1Ghz 24/7 on air.

                      Only Phenom 2 x6 that I know of that's running 5Ghz 24/7 is under phase cooling.


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                      • #12
                        I was only able to get 3.9Ghz out of mine and it wouldnt go any further (even for boot stable) regardless of voltage.

                        you might be lucky enough to have one that will go to 4Ghz but for 24/7 stable you wouldnt want to be going much more than that
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Bigian88 View Post
                          I was only able to get 3.9Ghz out of mine and it wouldnt go any further (even for boot stable) regardless of voltage.

                          you might be lucky enough to have one that will go to 4Ghz but for 24/7 stable you wouldnt want to be going much more than that
                          How was it cooled?

                          They start to lose stability around 55-60 degrees C according to the guys over at xtremesystems.

                          My 1075T is underwater and stable at 4.1Ghz and it's heat that causing me to be unstable and fail stability testing at 4.2Ghz.


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