I will do some dice in the am tomorrow and post some pics. Retail 2600k is D2 revision and my understanding is D0 & D1 is no good at subzero FYI.
Well no point in putting up pics. Sabertooth is no good on oc. Unless I did something wrong. I tryed everything. 4.8ghz on stock cooler or pot that's it. I am gonna get a different board. IMO don't buy if gonna oc past that or until newer bios release.
Bummer I'm thinking it may take a generation before the manufacturers work out all of the kinks.
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Can;t wait to see some result dude! Carry on and don't kill it
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If you have say ram that is rated at 2133 run it at 1866 and ram rated at 1866 run it at 1600 and so on. Run it at one rating less than it is rated at. That is what I've experienced so far. Also get ram rated at 1.5 volts instead of 1.65 also helps out in a few cases as well.
SB does very poorly at sub ambient temps.
the best you can do is a nice air cooler, even water is overkill.
Trust me, a bunch of us over at OCN tried, but dice/ln2 doesn't help anything
^that was on air, with a broken bios