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What is your current CPU + overclock speed?

#11Haley Joel OsmentPosted 8/20/2014 1:35:53 PM
4790k at the standard 4.4GHz. Don't see any reason to bother overclocking it manually beyond that right now.

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#12revolverPosted 8/20/2014 1:36:34 PM
2500k @ 4.0. Yeah, my sig is a bit outdated but I lowered my oc for the summer on one of those really hot days.
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#13Trance_Fan(Topic Creator)Posted 8/20/2014 1:39:41 PM
EciDemon posted...
The boost clock on a 4770k is 3.9 Ghz so your OC is 600Mhz

Got my i7 2600k @ 4.6Ghz.


it doesn't work like that..stock is 3.5ghz

the turbo mode isn't 4ghz static, my 4.5ghz overclock is 100% always on and this is the max my chip can support before it goes to blue screen
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#14WyzeGyePosted 8/20/2014 1:42:17 PM(edited)
lol@ the intel peasants. GOM 4.7 L


Edit: freudian slip.
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#15revolverPosted 8/20/2014 1:42:49 PM
Trance_Fan posted...
EciDemon posted...
The boost clock on a 4770k is 3.9 Ghz so your OC is 600Mhz

Got my i7 2600k @ 4.6Ghz.


it doesn't work like that..stock is 3.5ghz

the turbo mode isn't 4ghz static, my 4.5ghz overclock is 100% always on and this is the max my chip can support before it goes to blue screen

Is there any point in have your chip @ max 24/7? I just don't see any benefits and just added heat and power draw.
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#16Lemur_HPosted 8/20/2014 1:43:55 PM
Technically, your processor isn't always clocked to 4.5 GHz.

Unless you modified the power scaling settings, which is just silly.
#17EciDemonPosted 8/20/2014 1:49:26 PM
Trance_Fan posted...
EciDemon posted...
The boost clock on a 4770k is 3.9 Ghz so your OC is 600Mhz

Got my i7 2600k @ 4.6Ghz.


it doesn't work like that..stock is 3.5ghz

the turbo mode isn't 4ghz static, my 4.5ghz overclock is 100% always on and this is the max my chip can support before it goes to blue screen


I know it's not static, but I can't imagine it would ever throttle down on the boost either during load at stock.

I've set an offset voltage and raised the turbo clock so it'll still go down to 1.6ghz in idle and then 4.6 during load.
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#18BeerOnTapPosted 8/20/2014 1:50:28 PM
i5 4670k at 4.1ghz. I had it at 4.5 for a while, but backed it down just because I didn't feel like I needed it and want to preserve my PC's lifespan.
#19MaddSciencePosted 8/20/2014 1:58:46 PM
i7 4770K @ 4.7ghz.
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#20hk7111Posted 8/20/2014 1:59:08 PM
4790k @ 4.7Ghz
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