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Old 1st February 2011, 19:16   #1
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Default Intel Sandy Bridge CPU In-Depth Look At Overclocking, Memory Timings and More

First introduced at the CES, Intelís new Sandy Bridge CPU architecture is here to flood the mainstream market with over 25 CPUs. Don't panic, most are foreseen for the mobile market and only 9 new models will be introduced for the desktop segment. Coinciding with this new release is also a new socket design. 1155 pins will be the new standard for Intelís mainstream lineup. Yes you guessed it, Sandy bridge is here to replace socket 1156. Slowly but steadily Clarkdale and Lynnfield will become End Of Life and will be phased out. At the Sandy Bridge Tech conference the representatives of Intel said that the current S1366 i7 lineup (Bloomfield and Gulftown) will remain their high end platform. Time to explore Sandy Bridge...

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52x102 here with flares at 2176-6/9/6/24
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So use these clocks too then for 3D Pascal
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So which settings did you use for 5Ghz It's those "just a few settings" that interest me

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Is the system stable in 3DMark 2005 CPU test too at those frequencies?
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Nope. That's realy the max I could go.
Haven't played around with the other voltages though.
Maybe Albrecht can shed some light if this could improve stability/OC'ability?
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