Is the i7 860 Overclockable?

Is the i7 860 Overclockable?

‘ While you can achieve blazing speeds with the Core i7 860, especially with the ASUS p7p55d series of boards, the stock cooler can simply not handle anything more than a slight increase in voltage. The stock voltage of this Core i7 is 1.145V.

Can you overclock i7 870?

The Thermalright enables higher overclocks by removing heat quickly enough allowing us to increase the voltage to the CPU….Overclocking: Great When Overvolted, Otherwise…

CPU Stock Clock Speed Max Overclock, Turbo Disabled (No Additional Voltage)
Intel Core i7 870 2.93GHz 3.37GHz (22 x 153MHz)

What socket is i7 860?

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This item Intel Core i7 860 Processor 2.80 GHz 8 MB LGA1156 CPU I7-860BOX Intel Core i7-875K Processor 2.93 GHz 8 MB Cache Socket LGA1156
CPU Model Core i7 Core i7
CPU Model Manufacturer Intel Intel
CPU Socket LGA 1156 LGA 1156
CPU Speed 2.8 GHz 2.93 GHz

Can a Core i7 860 be overclocked with stock cooling?

Custom 3.55 GHz CPU and DDR1775 This series is a review of the overclocking limits of the Core i7 860 using stock cooling, and the effects of Hyper Threading on that limit. All parts used in this test are brand new. Each part was carefully selected to work in harmony together.

What is the performance of the Intel Core i7-860?

Intel Core i7-860 is a quad-core desktop microprocessor, operating at 2.8 GHz. When necessary, Turbo feature can bump frequency higher, up to 3.47 GHz. Furthermore, the Core i7-860 has Hyper-Threading technology, that improves performance in multi-threaded applications. The i7-860 has 8MB of last level cache, and 95 Watt power consumption.

What are the settings for the Core i7 870?

1. Introduction 2. Stock Settings 3. Core i7 870 Settings 2.93 GHz 4. ASUS preloaded setting 3.06 GHz 5. ASUS preloaded setting 3.36 GHz 6. Custom 3.07 GHz and DDR-1757 7. Custom 3.37 GHz and DDR-1775 8. ASUS ‘auto-tuning’ 3.66 GHz CPU and DDR-1536 9. Custom 3.62 GHz CPU and DDR-1900 10.

What’s the stock voltage of a Core i7?

The stock voltage of this Core i7 is 1.145V. Bumping this up by just 0.135V resulted in the system temperature jumping to 100°C within 15 seconds of Prime95 torture. For the sake of this study, the ‘overclocking limit’ is described as the the maximum frequency/voltage that can handle 100% load at safe operating temperatures.

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