Official Seven Forums Overclock Leader boards [2]


  1. Posts : 2,410
    Windows 7 Professional 32-bit/Windows 8 64-bit/Win7 Pro64-bit
       #1061

    Great job on the overclocks, just keep on trying and you will get better and better. :)
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  2. Posts : 2,177
    Windows 8.1 Pro x64
       #1062

    Computer0304 said:
    Great job on the overclocks, just keep on trying and you will get better and better. :)
    I would love to read up on it and give it a go but have nothing to test on and wouldn't want to fry my computer
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  3. Posts : 445
    Windows 7 64 (bit)
       #1063

    4.6Ghz @ 1.166

    Stress test for 4 hours if all pass's CPU, FPU,CACHE i will deem as a full pass
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  4. Posts : 445
    Windows 7 64 (bit)
       #1064

    Sorry gays and girls i'm gob smacked 4.6 Ghz at stock voltage 1.167 cant believe its even passed 24 mins lol
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  5. Posts : 26,470
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1065

    Well done, BigTabs.
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  6. Posts : 25,847
    Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64
       #1066

    JDobbsy1987 said:
    Computer0304 said:
    Great job on the overclocks, just keep on trying and you will get better and better. :)
    I would love to read up on it and give it a go but have nothing to test on and wouldn't want to fry my computer
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    A Golden Rule in over clocking.

    Never over clock anything you can't afford to buy again.
    --------------------------------------------------------------

    Mistakes can be and are made. Some can be costly.
    Most mistakes you just get a lovely blue screen and you have to start all over again at default.
    If one has good cooling and doesn't do things in big steps you are pretty safe BUT their is always a chance of doing damage.
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  7. Posts : 445
    Windows 7 64 (bit)
       #1067

    Layback Bear said:
    JDobbsy1987 said:
    Computer0304 said:
    Great job on the overclocks, just keep on trying and you will get better and better. :)
    I would love to read up on it and give it a go but have nothing to test on and wouldn't want to fry my computer
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    A Golden Rule in over clocking.

    Never over clock anything you can't afford to buy again.
    --------------------------------------------------------------

    Mistakes can be and are made. Some can be costly.
    Most mistakes you just get a lovely blue screen and you have to start all over again at default.
    If one has good cooling and doesn't do things in big steps you are pretty safe BUT their is always a chance of doing damage.

    Or don't be daft and go crazy on voltage for me lower voltage over core speed and core is king so you have to meet core and voltage in the middle
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  8. Posts : 539
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
       #1068

    BigTabs said:
    Sorry gays and girls i'm gob smacked 4.6 Ghz at stock voltage 1.167 cant believe its even passed 24 mins lol
    Nice OCing, I see that you are going for best speed vs. low Volt. Which is the best thing for a "Everyday Clock".

    But.... Just in case you catch the OCing bug, just remember that the top of the Boards are NOT stable clocks they are just ... How big can or are you willing to go!
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  9. Posts : 26,470
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1069

    jeepmann4x4 said:
    BigTabs said:
    Sorry gays and girls i'm gob smacked 4.6 Ghz at stock voltage 1.167 cant believe its even passed 24 mins lol
    Nice OCing, I see that you are going for best speed vs. low Volt. Which is the best thing for a "Everyday Clock".

    But.... Just in case you catch the OCing bug, just remember that the top of the Boards are NOT stable clocks they are just ... How big can or are you willing to go!

    No guts, no glory?
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  10. Posts : 445
    Windows 7 64 (bit)
       #1070

    essenbe said:
    jeepmann4x4 said:
    BigTabs said:
    Sorry gays and girls i'm gob smacked 4.6 Ghz at stock voltage 1.167 cant believe its even passed 24 mins lol
    Nice OCing, I see that you are going for best speed vs. low Volt. Which is the best thing for a "Everyday Clock".

    But.... Just in case you catch the OCing bug, just remember that the top of the Boards are NOT stable clocks they are just ... How big can or are you willing to go!

    No guts, no glory?
    Ill keep it safe lol dont fancy hearing a big bang
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