"I just overclocked my i5 4670k to 4.8ghz with 1.325v. From reading about other's..."
With an MSI motherboard and an aftermarket cooler, the Pentium Anniversary Edition can be overclocked to 6.8Ghz. With the stock cooler, it can be overclocked to 4.4Ghz. Impressive.
Overclocking is one of the main reasons a user decides to root his/her Android device. It has many good aspects to it from relieving any noticeable UI lag to making game-play that much smoother.
Ok so i have reached 200bclk. After that my system vill freeze
I have a problem though. My Qpi frequency is above 8GHz and Ido n't know how to lower that value? I have a Gigabyte Ga EX58-UD5 and the lowest multiplier is slow then x36, x44, x48
Should I choose Slow? 8GHz sounds harmful. Also what is a safe limit to the motherboard with a 6 core?
....6.8GHz,is this truth or dream :colbert:?
Intel Core i5 4670K
Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 2x8GB (1600MHZ 8-8-8-24 XMP)
First of all the motherboard sets all cores at 3.8GHZ with 1.076Vcore in BIOS (1.1539 Prime95) and Ring at 3.8GHz too with 1.05V in BIOS (don't know what happens under load) when you set XMP Profile.
By letting Voltages to Auto and only changing Turbo Boost Multipliers i get:
"Hello! After getting advice from everyone, I have come to the conclusion that an i5..."
"i have a fx 4170 and he is running on 4.8ghz here the pics. make me any question..."
Ok so I've been reading alot of overclocking guides on the web and I keep hearing this 1:1 ram cpu ratio thing come up..
Here is the computer I'm learning overclocking on:
Intel C2Q Q9550 2.8ghz.
Corsair DDR2 800ghz Ram
Now what confuses me is the ram frequency and FSB frequency and the ratio between them..
So my stock FSB freq is 333.
[MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for HTC DROIDâ¦ | Droid Incredible 4G LTE | XDA Forum
1.8ghz oc module for Droid Incredible 4G (Also MSM8690 and pretty sure also kernel ver. 3.0.8), implemented via init.d script.
Does our kernel accept this type of module? (Either stock or Matrix?) I'd love to see this work. I will test, but asking for opinions first.