Overclocking Efficiency of the ECS’ Newest Black Series P55H-AK with 3-way SLI
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September 8, 2010, 11:14 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Settings include two user profiles so that users can save their overclocking settings.
CPU-related Technology Options
C1E is a power-saving, frequency reduction function; when CPU usage is not high, it will automatically lower frequency and power
PC Health Status
The power supply functions and number of options in the P55H-AK’s BIOS isn’t bad, though if they added some power supply options it would be even better.
The above was my personal opinion, as I am using the CPU/DDR3 set at 210/1682;
those consumers with good constitutions or similar hardware sets could consider using these settings.
I hope this helps those of you who need to overclock.
CPU: Intel Core i7-875K
MB: ECS Black Series P55H-AK
DRAM: CORSAIR DOMINATOR-GT CMG4GX3M2A2000C8
VGA: GIGABYTE GTX260 OC 3-way SLI
HD: Intel X25-V 40GB RAID 0
POWER: CORSAIR TX950W
Cooler: Mega Shadow Deluxe Edition
OS: Windows7 Ultimate 64-bit
eBLU is a kind of BIOS that can update online, and is a relatively common addition to motherboards nowadays.
eOC is an overclocking software that allows you to set up power options and the external clock within the OS, providing faster overclock functions.
This software also allows you to see the motherboard’s current status
CPU with Intel Core i7-875K
Clocking at 2.93GHz, supports Turbo Boost, and can reach 3.6GHz
Four physical cores and Hyper-Threading technology can achieve eight simultaneous executions, called 4C/8T
45nm manufacturing with a L3 Cache that possesses 8MB; the above is currently the LGA 1156 platform’s best CPU specs
CPU 210 X 21 => 4200MHz 1.308V
DDR3 1680 CL8 8-8-24 1T
Hyper PI 32M X8=> 14m 35.068s
CPUMARK 99=> 652
CrystalMark 2004R3 => 285653
CPU => 7.13 pts
CPU(Single Core) => 1.43 pts
My System Specs
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