I would hope you only need extraordinary proof if you were making an extraordinary claim. 746 @ 4.8GHz on a 3570k is not extraordinary IMO.756 on a 3570k @ 4.8ghz. Do I need to post pictures to validate?
Purchase optional insurance plan.Im gonna need a tissue now.................My CPU Refused to enter windows at anything higher than 5.5ghz and that was at 1.54v. I believe I have lost the challenge.
Thanks, ive been rolling with 4 cores, 5.5ghz 1.54v on air. Ill set i t to 1 core and see if i can get a 6ghz run on air lol.Purchase optional insurance plan.
Switch to no fear mode
Try with only 1-2 active cores set in BIOS.
Crank up the vcore!
Prey chip is strong!
Worked for me at least.
57x is no go for me so far. Tried a couple times and gave up so far.
My no fear approach stops at 1.7v's.
Not sure. if I wanna take the whatever it takes approach for 57x or if my chip is even capable
Is your CPU really running at an even 2800? I can't remember the last time I had a system where the CPU was running exactly at the rated/expected MHz due to the bus speed not being a perfect even 100.0, 200.0 MHz, or whatever.I just noticed that I am the only one with a completely round, even number of Mhz per point. I thought that would be a little more common!
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