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Default info overclocking i7 975 extreme

oke i have a quastion and i dont know if i,m in the wright forum.
i want to see if this prossesor goes a bit higher or at 4.2 but temps lower.

this is the setting i use for 4.2

Multi 21
Bclk 200
QPI x36
System Memory op x8 (1600Mhz)
UnCore op x16 (3200) of x17 (3400)
QPI volts op 1.355v
and cpu vcore at 1.4

turbo of
llc level 2
cie enable
c state enable

i get temps after 20 runs linx64 77 degrees

my motherbord is a gigabyte x58a-ud7 rev 2,0
cooling h100
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You definitely should not need 1.40V for 4.2GHz. Have you tried lower? 1.35V? 1.325V?
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I7 965 and 975 are rubbish processors. Overclocker like crap
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I7 965 and 975 are rubbish processors. Overclocker like crap
965, yeah... It was a C0 chip. The 975s are D0 and overclock very well for Bloomfield. They should do 4.2-4.5GHz for 24/7 with no issue. They don't do the 4.7-5GHz that we see today with Ivy, but they're not bad by any means.
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You definitely should not need 1.40V for 4.2GHz. Have you tried lower? 1.35V? 1.325V?
yes it wont start then.
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I7 975 XE are clocking really nicely, but need high vcore But 1,4 for 4,2 seems me too high. And the Giga X58 UD Series are no good to clock Chips good, especially uncore
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