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Thread: I3 530 @ 6.88GHz with the unbelievable Giga H55M-UD2H

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    I3 530 @ 6.88GHz with the unbelievable Giga H55M-UD2H

    A few chips were tested on the same board with no cold bug
    CBB @ around -155c
    It was so fun benching 530 with this little board & getting the bclk/freq. going up & up !
    The result was not the limit of this board
    I think a bios with higher volt. could push this chip even higher

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    22x313 6.884GHz validated


    22x304 6.688GHz PI1m


    22x305, QPI x 24…couldn’t get the screen cap done


    22x305, QPI x28 ….Last try @ -145c. Stopped right in the middle…Hmm, not cold enough
    A qualified amateur has been poisoned by LN2 & soon be killed

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    Chip batch number?

    Single channel for the win.
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    There're three diff. batches that have no cold bug with proper mods
    I'll get those no. later

    Screwed up one of the ram slot...didn't bother to change
    No diff. for CPUZ either single or dual
    Quote Originally Posted by FUGGER View Post
    Chip batch number?
    Single channel for the win.
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    Very very very good job !

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    Id be interested in batch numbers too... Ive got a chip here that needs 1.6v + to crack 5ghz and then the issue is that even up to 1.7v it wont post higher 22x231... Its on an Asus Sabertooth which doesnt really help matter... Would you recomend a UD2H then mate??


    Thanks


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    Great job Mad
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    great work
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    gotta love these H55 GIGABYTE boards hitting those clocks

    awesome chip too mate

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    OMG. where did you find this great chip? I tried some chips but they wasn't good.
    Last edited by MaJ0r; 06-17-2010 at 12:59 PM.

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    nice chip you have there
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    great clocking and good chips
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    Very nice work and clocks! Love the super pi time too. Faster RAM and it will be even more incredible.
    Batch number would be useful!
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    Crazy nice score on that little board & chip, powerfull setup

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    Very nice
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    OMG intel should consider label it with "intel Heavendale"....
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    Wow! Epic bclk

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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] gomeler View Post
    Wow! Epic bclk
    For sure!! 333 right around the corner..next stop 400..woot!!

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    Crazy Bclk and i3 chip wish my i3+P55 board would do that.
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    great job, love the setup
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    Crazy bclk well done

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