The reason I ask the question in the subject is that I am not sure whether the multiplier effects other parts of the system such as ram etc.
I also see alot of people going with 21 x 191 to achieve 4Ghz.
Don't know if anyone can help with this, but after a lot of patience and testing I have found that the freeze also occurs at stock and sometimes the system reboots and the BIOS goes to default settings (everything was at stock apart from BIOS boot screen and hyperthreading disabled).
I have a P6T Deluxe, i7 965 E, NV 285 GTX, 6gb 1600 ram triple channel.
The above system is currently running at stock but when overclocked the system freezes (with no BSOD or errors in the eventviewer) when there is high HD activity such as defragging etc. The only thing reported in the...
Decided to sell my DSLR setup which comprises:
Canon 5D (as new, approx 5200 photos taken)
Canon 17-40 F4L
Sigma 100-300 F4 EX APO DG HSM
Sigma 150 F2.8 EX APO DG Macro
Sigma 1.4x APO DG tele converter
Canon EF50 F2.5 Macro
Canon Speedlite 420 EX
All kit as as new with original...
Can anyone spec me a toploader style camera bag that is compact and able to accomodate a Canon 5D plus attached 17-40 f4L. I do not require too many accessory pockets, just enough for lens hood and filter.
Looking to spend up to about £60.
I am using CoreTemp, Everest and Speedfan (+15'C).
I have just been running Orthos at 3.6Ghz 1.575 (1.50) vcore. Temps got to about 72'C after 20 odd minutes when I ended the test. I am happy with this for the moment BUT I will keep a close eye on temps as weather gets warmer.
I currently overclock my Q6600 at 3.4Ghz (426x8) at 1.45 volts in bios. This drops to approx 1.38 under load. My memory comprises 4 x 1024 of Geil 800Mhz running at approx 850 Mhz. CPU heatsink is Noctua NH-12F. Temperatures under full load approx 66-67'C in a warm room with all case fans on...