Originally Posted by gertruude
i always use 1.30-1.35 maybe u can try?
u got nowt to lose and cross it off if it fails
Dang the lowest CPU/NB Voltage I can get to and pass IBT Maximum 20 Runs is 1.25V with CPU/NB LLC on High for 2600MHz NB. IBT is a bit iffy. I remember with 1.21/1.22V CPU/NB Voltage I almost got passed IBT Max 20 but with 1.23 I only got passed 2 runs.
Originally Posted by LinusBE
I really think there is something wrong with IBT or my computer. I have a stable setting at 4.8 GHz tested with p95 blend for a couple of hours with 6 gigs of RAM and small FFT for a couple of hours. I then put the clock speed at 4.4 GHz and IBT still failed after 2 runs. It always fails after 2 runs.
I had numerous issues when trying to get stable on IBT a few days ago. First of all I know adding RAM to Small FFT is suppose to make it like P95 Blend but have you tried running Prime95 Blend Test? Whenever I failed IBT I failed Blend Test. Also try OCCT with AVX checked because it should be similar to what IBT is doing. What I did with IBT failing was to reset everything in my BIOS to default settings. From there I turned off all the power saving settings and set all my LLC and other OC settings. I left everything to do with RAM on Auto. From there I first checked the stock settings on IBT to see if it passed. If stock passed I began OCing only the CPU to the max until I hit a Thermal Wall or CPU Frequency Wall. After that I changed the memory multiplier to 1866MHz or 2133MHz from the Auto (Mobo selected 1600MHz). You check to see if it passes IBT Very High 20 Runs from there. If it does you tighten timings if it doesn't you check RAM voltage and then try raising your NB frequency. Going through this I was able to finally get daily use OC of 4.8GHz (1.464V), NB of 2600MHz (1.25V), RAM at 2133MHz (9-11-10-28). This passed IBT Max 20 Runs and just in case I ran OCCT overnight for 7 hours and it passed. Lastly I did a P95 Small FFT and Blend Test for 2 hours each and called it good.