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    Conroe Overclock Database

    thought we could start one here because the other one got closed make this a sticky?

    Posting rules

    RULE 1: you must post the following data for each OC submission:
    Post it in the following format please:
    User Name:
    Stability: (Example: 4hours+ Prime95, orthos)

    CPU name (Example: E6600)
    OC: (Example: 3403MHz)
    Stepping: (Example: 6 B2)
    Week: (Example: L623)
    Code: (Example: A790)
    Vcore: (Example: 1.425) "Stock" is not acceptable. It is not the same on different motherboards.

    Cooling: (Example: Water)
    Cooler brand/model: (Example: Scythe Infinity)

    Motherboard: (Example: Asus P5B Dlx)
    Bios Version: (Example: F4E)
    Operating System: (Examples: XP 32, XP 64, Vista, OS X)

    RAM brand: (Example: Crucial)
    RAM rated speed: (Example: PC8000)
    RAM actual speed: (Example: 950)
    Latency: (Example: 3-3-3-12)

    RULE 2: A screenshot of CPU-Z, CPU-ID or a CPU-Z validation link.

    RULE 3: Overclock entries must be submitted with a screenshot of at least a 8 hours Prime95, Orthos (small FFTs or Blend test) or SP2004 run (all cores) to be included in the main database.

    Conroe Stepping Info---Conroe Week------Conroe Code (The Week and Code are found on the CPU box and on the CPU itself.)
    A-1 = stepping 1-------------In form of L6##----In form of A###
    B-0 = stepping 4-------------Example: L617A846= Week L617 Code A846
    B-1 = stepping 5
    B-2 = stepping 6

    The Screenshot must have orthos/Prime running.. Idle or crashed results will not be included from now on.

    Must have atleast 8 hours of Orthos, (small FFTs or Blend) or Prime. Initially several 4-6 hours were added but from now only 8 hours or more will be added.

    I will try and update this asoften as I can

    Blue* official results (with all columns filled proven stable)
    Grey* not offical (but proven stable)










    keep them comming
    Last edited by GrimReaper; 04-19-2007 at 06:03 AM.

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    User Name: GrimReaper
    Stability: Orthos 12hours+

    CPU name : E6600
    OC: : 3120MHz
    Stepping: : 6 B2
    Week: : L630
    Code: A528
    Vcore: 1.296

    Cooling: Air
    Cooler brand/model: Thermalright Ultra 120

    Motherboard: Asus P5B Deluxe
    Bios Version: 0903
    Operating System: XP 32,

    RAM brand: Cellshock
    RAM rated speed: PC8000
    RAM actual speed: 975
    Latency: 4-4-4-12

    Last edited by GrimReaper; 12-21-2006 at 04:08 AM.

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    noob question

    To be sure about our system stability, we should run one instance of orthos for each core or just one instance is enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JZX100
    noob question

    To be sure about our system stability, we should run one instance of orthos for each core or just one instance is enough?
    If you're running Orthos SP2004 just run one instance as this program tests both cores. If you're running Prime95 then you should run two instances, one for each core. If you want to check for full stability I suggest you let it run for over 6 hours. I've had mine fail just as I hit the 6 hour mark.
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    User Name: Bootup05
    Stability: Orthos

    CPU Name: E6400
    OC: 3504MHz
    Stepping: B2
    Week: L628
    Code: B036
    Vcore: 1.3875V

    Cooling: Air
    Cooler brand/model: Scythe Infinity


    Motherboard: Asus P5B Deluxe
    Bios Version: 0804
    Operating System: XP Home SP2

    RAM Brand: Corsair
    RAM Rated speed: PC6400
    RAM Actual Speed: 876
    Latency: 5-6-6-18

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    Orthos: (Not up to 4 Hours yet)

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    Great, I really liked this chart over @ [H]forums, but why did it get closed?
    Nothing anymore

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    I guess the screenshot speak for itself (all but but memory timings) but there you go:
    User Name: Malk4vi4n
    Stability: ~28 min. orthos (yet to test the limit)

    CPU name: E6400
    OC: 3240
    Stepping: 6 Revision: B2
    Week: L629
    Code: Don't know
    Vcore: 1.240~1.248 (1.300 on bios)

    Cooling: Air
    Cooler brand/model: Big Typhoon
    (you forgot this one!) Thermal Paste: Artic Silver Ceramique

    Motherboard: Asus P5WDH Deluxe
    Bios Version: 1605
    Operating System: Windows XP

    RAM brand: Kingston
    RAM rated speed: DDR2 667
    RAM actual speed: 410MHz (DDR2 810)
    Latency: (Example: 5-5-5-18)
    (you also forgot this one!) vDimm: 2.05

    (guess what?!) PSU: Vantec ION2 460W



    RULE 3: Overclock entries must be submitted with a screenshot of at least a 4 hour Prime95, Orthos (small FFTs or Blend test) or SP2004 run (all cores) to be included in the main database.
    (i'll do 4-hour orthos soon as I get home, then I change the screenshot)


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    User Name: Dani
    Stability: Orthos +10h

    CPU name : E6600
    OC: 3708MHz
    Stepping: 6 B2
    Week: L630
    Code: A753
    Vcore: 1.330

    Cooling: Water
    Cooler brand/model: NexXxos blocks (CPU & NB)
    Thermal Paste: Artic Silver Ceramique

    Motherboard: P5W64WS Pro
    Bios Version: 0304
    Operating System: WinXP Pro + SP2

    RAM brand: G.Skill
    RAM rated speed: PC6400
    RAM actual speed: 824
    Latency: 3-4-3-8-11
    vDimm: 2.2V

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    Stability: Orthos stable

    CPU name : E6600
    OC: 3800MHz
    Stepping: 6 B2
    Week: L627
    Code: B005
    Vcore: 1.460

    Cooling: Air
    Cooler brand/model: Scythe Ninja
    Thermal Paste: Ceramique

    Motherboard: Asus P5B Deluxe
    Bios Version: 0711
    Operating System: WinXP Pro + SP2

    RAM brand: G.Skill
    RAM rated speed: PC6400
    RAM actual speed: 844
    Latency: 4-4-4-12
    vDimm: 2.2V

    PSU: OCZ PowerStream 520Watt


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    Stability: Orthos small fft's stable at 3.8ghz or blend stable at 3.7ghz

    CPU name : E6400
    OC: 3808MHz
    Stepping: 6 B2
    Week: L629
    Code: A728
    Vcore: 1.600 (bios - don't know the droop)

    Cooling: Air (outside the case)
    Cooler brand/model: Thermaltake Big Typhoon (lapped to 1000 grit)
    Thermal Paste: AS5

    Motherboard: Gigabyte DS3
    Bios Version: f7
    Operating System: WinXP Pro + SP2

    RAM brand: OCZ platinum rev 2 (promos)
    RAM rated speed: PC6400
    RAM actual speed: 952
    Latency: 5-5-5-15
    vDimm: 2.1V

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    at least 8 hours of prime or orthos
    Last edited by GrimReaper; 12-21-2006 at 10:59 AM.

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    User Name: adr
    Stability: Orthos 19hours+

    CPU name : E6600
    OC: : 3200MHz
    Stepping: : 6 B2
    Week: : L629
    Code: A526
    Vcore: 1.22

    Cooling: Air
    Cooler brand/model: Thermalright Ultra 120

    Motherboard: Asus P5B Deluxe
    Bios Version: 0903
    Operating System: XP 32,

    RAM brand: Geil
    RAM rated speed: PC6400
    RAM actual speed: 800
    Latency: 4-4-4-12
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    I vote for at least 8-12 hours prime/orthos stability. I've had plenty of overclocks that could do 4 hours but not 8 or 12.
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    I would not mind seeing 7 hours orthos

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    Quote Originally Posted by fhpchris
    I would not mind seeing 7 hours orthos
    lol chris you better post some of your results here too You wanted a thread here and now you got it so start posting everything you have

    ok we will update it to 8 hours orthos or prime minimum

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    User Name: Argonmtt
    Stability: Orthos +8h

    CPU name : E6600
    OC: 3807MHz
    Stepping: 6 B2
    Week: L630
    Code: A753
    Vcore: 1.470

    Cooling: Water
    Cooler brand/model: Apogee (CPU) & Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II (NB)
    Thermal Paste: Artic Silver 5

    Motherboard: P5B-E plus
    Bios Version: 0304
    Operating System: WinXP Pro + SP2

    RAM brand: Micron
    RAM rated speed: PC6400
    RAM actual speed: 846
    Latency: 4-4-4-15
    vDimm: 2.3V

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    vote for 8 onwards orthos ...
    Last edited by argonmtt; 12-21-2006 at 11:18 PM.

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    This is where i am at so far.
    User Name ccokeman
    Stability Orthos 24hr blend priority 8
    CPU name E6600
    OC: 3.516 MHz
    Stepping: 6 B2
    Week: L628 a770
    Code: not sure
    Vcore: 1.475v

    Cooling: Air
    Cooler brand/model: TT Big Typhoon fm121 silverstone fan

    Motherboard: Abit AW9D-MAX
    Bios Version: 13 Beta2
    Operating System: XP 32

    RAM brand: Buffalo FireStix
    RAM rated speed: 6400
    RAM actual speed: 782
    Latency: 4-5-4-15



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    So jealous...my e6600 takes 1.5v just to hit 3.4ghz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimReaper
    lol chris you better post some of your results here too You wanted a thread here and now you got it so start posting everything you have

    ok we will update it to 8 hours orthos or prime minimum
    I will once I get a chance to get an OS on my desktop, Ive been busy with a new car purchase!

    Someone bought himself a BMW M3 for Xmass!

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    User Name: Gautam
    Stability: 10 hours, 44 minutes Orthos

    CPU name X6800
    OC: 4206MHz
    Stepping: 6 B2
    Week: L623
    Code: A465
    Vcore: 1.65

    Cooling: Prometeia Mach II

    Motherboard: Asus P5W DH Deluxe
    Bios Version: 701
    Operating System: XP 32

    RAM brand: Team Group
    RAM rated speed: PC2-5300
    RAM actual speed: 760
    Latency: 3-3-3-8


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    Quote Originally Posted by fhpchris
    I will once I get a chance to get an OS on my desktop, Ive been busy with a new car purchase!

    Someone bought himself a BMW M3 for Xmass!
    you lucky son of a gun congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by fhpchris
    Someone bought himself a BMW M3 for Xmass!
    I'm jealous

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    Can we decide on the "official" minimum length of time that is required to be considered stable enough for the database table? It seems as though everyone wants something different time wise. I have no problem with whatever is decided, but let's keep it consistent for everyone to submit scores.
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