okay, thanks for the help, i don't forum much, but basically that was the answer i was looking for
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E.g. I have a wooden floor (room is upstairs) and I prefer being able to feel the bass via my feet, it gives a true sense of "power" to the beats in the music and makes drums FEEL like actual drums - you don't just hear it, you feel it. For me placing the sub on the floor vs placing it on the desk had a notably different effect...and my sub isn't even directional!
In the specs it says "Fourth-order closed bandpass enclosure design", which is gibberish to me but it's something to do with the sub drivers being enclosed in a box and going out equally in all directions....I think.
ehm guys i think i need some software to monitor my Vcore with my current OC :P
got HWM and CPU-Z show only 1,06V for my current 4,57'ish Ghz clock..........
well yeah i've read abit about that but it is actually spot on for the past hour and seems on the very low side ? (yea i know 1h stress test is short so far but it's still running ofc :P)
dunno perhaps just a fishy feeling because with way higher Vcore(up to 1,425) i never managed to get a stable OC beyond 4,2.
Last edited by shroudster; 2012-10-08 at 07:21 PM.
Those might be "holes". Try it at 4.4 and it may be stable. I know for a fact that with 185 MHz on the FSB and 19 multis, it won't work for me, no matter how hard I try.
But 200 MHz and 20 multis is perfectly stable at even lower vCore. Those things happen.
If you're really obsessing over it, you can increase your LLC a bit, but that is not recommended as per Intel's specc (because the voltage may spike unexpectedly if you get a slump in the workload, but the vCore keeps overcompensating) which basically overcompensates for the vDroop. I would not recommend it, since if it's stable, it's stable, and I'd approach an LLC-less oc before an LLC'd one.
bass has no direction at <85Hz, if you are using it as a 135Hz LPF placement matters
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aah well so far it seems stable and with pretty good temps +_60 (mostly mid 50's with 65 as max)
guess ill truly find out how stable it is when ill let it work tommorow when ill be at school.
ps : idle it's on 1,04 that seems interesting at best with what i've read about Vdroop so far
How did you manage 4.57? What cpu?
same (just had to install it fast xD)
basicly a 34,6% OC according to that program
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Bad example. Those controllers are shaped just like dolphins!
Slightly unrelated but not that far off either; How to name your pc!
In short, stingray is the perfect name, in length, holy shit that article is old!
Last edited by Ghâzh; 2012-10-09 at 05:14 PM.