Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by -Tj-, Feb 23, 2016.
24/7 @ 4.49GHz
Did a run at 4.8GHz for fun also!
i7-5960x 102.2 BCLK 47x Core, 44x Cache.
4803MHz Core, 4497MHz Cache, 3066MHz RAM
1.35v core, 1.238v cache, 1.4v RAM. 24/7
I am sorry but how do you guys get your image to post right-away I was told to use Photo-bucket and I still cant show my image like you guys are,am I doing something wrong? Nick
Use something other than photobucket. Get the direct link to the image and paste it here, surround with the IMG tags (or use the insert image button). Its not a direct link if the link doesn't end with the extension associated with a picture (png, jpg, gif, others)
edit. I was able to figure out what the direct links based on your broken links. photobucket is weird, i copied what was in the IMG field, pasted it in my address bar, found the direct link in there (it was the second link, not the first), pasted it into browser, and it was indeed a direct link.
here is your cpu-z
i will delete my post when you fix your 2 posts
@Ssateneth: Does your GF 8800 GTX still work? :gape: But have you baked it in oven?
Well no luck, other then Photo-bucket what else can I use? This is retarded that I cannot even post a damm image, Actually I am retarded. Sorry again guys.
I quit lol.
I tried like 3 diffrent times and same thing is happening, Is it this web-site or something on my end causing the problem?
Use : http://tinypic.com/
I created this account a long time ago and didnt bother changing my build info. The 8800 GTX is long gone. Never needed to oven bake it.
I had a large number of Radeon 5850, 5870, 5970, and 7970s at one point. Some malfunctioned, and none of them were miraculously repaired after baking them (high temperature over short period). I do regularly bake electronic parts after cleaning them with soapy water and rinse water at ~200F for an hour or so they are completely water free after being cleaned. Haven't lost a part yet doing that.
The problem is you don't know how to do pictures in a forum.
Just go to this link, copy the contents, and paste it into your original post, replacing what you have, and delete all the other posts that you tried making to fix your error and talking about how you can't seem to post pictures.
I'm not trying to sound rude, just matter of fact.
6700K @ 4.7
4690K @ 4.3 GHz
played with base clock a bit,
that's at 4.6
Here's how my poor ol 950@4Ghz does