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Originally Posted by zedway;13511606 
I disabled PLL and Was even running prime95 a little cooler. Tried to reboot and and I keep getting BSOD. Do I need to change vcore? I tried 1.42, then 1.425, then 1.43 all with the same effect of BSOD.

Thoughts?

You're trying for 4.8GHz? My i5 2500K needs at least 1.48v Vcore and LLC at Ultra high for 4.8GHz.

Why not try 4.7GHz instead? Every Sandybridge will differ in overclocking. Also, you have a i7 2600K with hyper threading, making it even more difficult to overclock.

Have you ruled out your mem as a problem?
    
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post #122 of 9343
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Originally Posted by turrican9;13511628 
You're trying for 4.8GHz? My i5 2500K needs at least 1.48v Vcore and LLC at Ultra high for 4.8GHz.

Why not try 4.7GHz instead? Every Sandybridge will differ in overclocking. Also, you have a i7 2600K with hyper threading, making it even more difficult to overclock.

Have you ruled out your mem as a problem?
Well I bumped it up to 1.45 and not getting BSOD. But still getting the sleep issue. How would I test for memory issues?
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Originally Posted by zedway;13512842 
Well I bumped it up to 1.45 and not getting BSOD. But still getting the sleep issue. How would I test for memory issues?

If you wanna test for mem stability, you should just clock your Sandybridge to stock.

Then run memtest for Windows. Like this. Only, since you use 4GB you should input 750MB in each Window. Download here http://hcidesign.com/memtest/


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Then you run Prime 95 Blend for at least 12 hours..
    
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Ok will do! When running prime95 I am hitting 62C temps is this ok for 12 hr test?
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post #125 of 9343
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Originally Posted by grunion;13490454 
You need a template for this thread.

I'll pop in and record my bios settings later tonight.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Falkentyne;13508808 
He said he's at stock cpu voltage and frequency. That means 3.3-3.4 ghz, so 4.8 ghz wouldn't be applicable here.

Sounds like he's having trouble with the RAM speed/settings not being stable.

That was a follow up to an earlier post, not directed at him.

Still sounds like a vcore issue.
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post #126 of 9343
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Originally Posted by zedway;13512959 
Ok will do! When running prime95 I am hitting 62C temps is this ok for 12 hr test?

62C are very nice temps wink.gif
    
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post #127 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by grunion;13504946 
Here are my 4.8 settings, this was 13hrs blend stable, 15hrs memtest stable.
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Target CPU Turbo-Mode  Speed: 4800MHz
Target DRAM Speed: 1866MHz/8-9-8-24 1T




Ai Overclock Tuner      Manual
BCLK/PEG Frequency      100.0
Turbo Ratio             By All Cores
By All Cores (Can Adjust in OS) 48
Internal PLL Overvoltage     Enabled
Memory Frequency    DDR3-1866MHz
EPU Power Saving Mode    Disabled


DIGI+ VRM

Load-Line Calibaration     High
VRM Spread Spectrum     Enabled
Phase Control     Optimized
Duty Control    T.Probe
CPU Current Capability    120%

CPU Voltage     1.248  Offset Mode
Offset Mode Sign      +
CPU Offset Voltage    0.070
DRAM Voltage    1.56250
VCCSA Voltage   .90
VCCIO Voltage  1.0
CPU PLL Voltage    1.71250
PCH Voltage    1.0
CPU Spread Spectrum    Auto

All are listed as manual requested voltages.
1502 bios btw.

Trying many of your settings here now. At 4.8GHz. Have disabled PLL Overvoltage and are undervolting CPU PLL Voltage. I use + 0.1000v Offset. Will try to lower it a bit if stable.

btw: Getting better temps after I disabled PLL overvoltage and even better temps when I also undervolted the CPU PLL Voltage.

btw2: Actually seems you were right about using Offset. At least in combination with these other settings. I'm running Blend Right now at 4.8GHz, Offset at + 0.9000. Gives about ~1.45v Vcore. Previous attempts, even 1.47v Vcore sat manually was not stable. And that fluctuated much more. All the way up to 1.49v and also very low Voltages. With the Offset it is much more stable, and closer to 1.45v Vcore. Give or take a little....

Temps for two hottest cores are 74c Max when Blend hit those 8KB FFT's... This with a Hyper 212+...

btw3: +0.09000v Offset gave BSOD after about one our of Blend. So back to + 0.1000v Offset...
Edited by turrican9 - 5/15/11 at 12:57pm
    
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ASUS P8Z68-V PRO Z68 Sandy Bridge Motherboard Review


Pros

- Great board layout, plenty of space between PCI-E slots
- Auto overclocking takes a click of a button and provides a 1000Mhz boost
- Manual overclocking was very easy
- Hassle free sub-zero overclocking
- Lots of power saving options
- Top of the line NIC with Intel Gigabit LAN controller
- 4 USB 3.0 ports and 4 SATA6G ports
- Ai Tuner II is a very handy tool
- Attractive and user-friendly UEFI BIOS
- Power and Reset buttons present on the PCB for ease of use with test bench


Cons

- $40 more than a comparable P67 board for limited additional features
- Had some stability issues with OC Tuner and a 2500K
- Minor BIOS bug causing a CPU fan warning



Pretty useless compared to the regular Asus P8P67 Pro. Much more expensive and a few new bugs.
    
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Hey grunion...what voltage are you running your 2500K at 4.8GHz? It takes my 1.36V to run my 2600K at 4.8GHz with HT On. Does this seem like a good voltage?
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post #130 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Aznboy1993;13518099 
Hey grunion...what voltage are you running your 2500K at 4.8GHz? It takes my 1.36V to run my 2600K at 4.8GHz with HT On. Does this seem like a good voltage?

Yes, that's pretty good. Exactly what my current 2600K needs. Previous 2600K needed 1.32V for 4.8GHz and one before that needed 1.385V for 4.8GHz.
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