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post #1911 of 9343
I'm sorry you guys, but I have to get some sleep. I've reached a critical breaking point where if I don't go now, then I'll be typing with my face in a few minutes.


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I've tried VCCIO all the way up to 1.200 volts in hopes I could lower my Vcore. Since I'm using 2x4GB RAM. It seemed to scale well up to about 1.150 volts...

The funny thing is that it seemed I could Lower Vcore a few notches at 4.5GHz with the upped VCCIO (Did not test 12 hours + Blend though), but not at 4.6GHz and 4.7GHz.

However the upped VCCIO from 1.050 to 1.150 volts increased my CPU temps. So I could just aswell use VCCIO at default and just use my regular ~1.368v (Drops to min. 1.360v) Vcore for CPU at 4.5GHz...
Whoa. If it increases your CPU temps, then I am definitely going to shoot for a lower VCCIO.

I'll just see how it does for now at 4.8 GHz with these current settings (including my 1.15625V VCCIO). If it turns out to be stable enough to last 12 hours in Blend, then I'm gonna stay at 4.8 GHz and clean it up. Well, hopefully.
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post #1912 of 9343
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Use CPU-Z instead. I mean, not for temps, but for the core voltage, clock speed, and multiplier.

Anyway, Sandy Bridge is extremely different, so it's best to leave absolutely all of the power-saving features on like the C-states (including C1E) and SpeedStep. I mean, don't use the EPU, but use the other power-saving features.

I don't remember how to explain why it's better with these things enabled, but I think it's just that they no longer have a negative impact on the overclocking potential thanks to the design of Sandy Bridge.
Hello TC

Just in case you missed it!
Did you know you can turn turbo "off and on" with RealTemp
And can even do it while under load!

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post #1913 of 9343
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that good or bad... i am only just getting my head around the cpu OC.. memory tinkering is beyond me atm lol.... it dont boot with it set at its 1600 thou so is that a issue or is there another setting to alter?
I almost forgot to reply!

It's not bad, but as an enthusiast, it bugs me because it's not perfect. 1600MHz would be "perfect". hehe

I need some sleep quite badly here, but have these guys help you get it to work at 1600 MHz. It'll look nice and you'll feel good about it!


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Hello TC

Just in case you missed it!
Did you know you can turn turbo "off and on" with RealTemp
And can even do it while under load!

Whoa! Y'know, I opened up i7 Turbo GT once and closed it after immediately realizing that it's not a temperature monitoring program.

I think I'll be checking this thing out when I wake up! I like the options I see so far!
Edited by TwoCables - 7/16/11 at 9:56am
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post #1914 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Use CPU-Z instead. I mean, not for temps, but for the core voltage, clock speed, and multiplier.

Anyway, Sandy Bridge is extremely different, so it's best to leave absolutely all of the power-saving features on like the C-states (including C1E) and SpeedStep. I mean, don't use the EPU, but use the other power-saving features.

I don't remember how to explain why it's better with these things enabled, but I think it's just that they no longer have a negative impact on the overclocking potential thanks to the design of Sandy Bridge.
If using Offset Vcore, many people, including me have found that they need to Disable C3/C6 states to avoid Idle BSOD's. For me, this happened with the 1704 bios (Not tried to have C3/C6 enabled with beta 1850 though). With 1502 and 1606 I could leave them enabled. This gives the CPU a tad higher Voltage when at Idle clock.

Also, for monitoring, HWiNFO is excellent.
    
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post #1915 of 9343
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If using Offset Vcore, many people, including me have found that they need to Disable C3/C6 states to avoid Idle BSOD's. For me, this happened after 1502 and beta 1606 bios. This gives the CPU a tad higher Voltage when at Idle clock.
Oh! Thank you for bringing that to my attention! I mean, I expect to begin having some problems soon. lol I mean, my luck can't be this good. This is unreal so far.


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Also, for monitoring, HWiNFO is excellent.
Whoa, nice. Thank you!
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post #1916 of 9343
All this info is great so far, I'm going to venture in to overclocking on this board when I get home from work. It's very different from the p67a-gd65 I had.

I hope you enjoy your 580 TC.
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Try to install a older Nvidia Video driver and see if it helps.. Or... try to disable SLI
Any particular version you'd suggest?
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well i did a 1 hour blend test on prime95 and got no errors or anything else, my temps were 60-72C and the vcore looked to stay the same with only small fluctuations... unsure if thats kinda high temps or ok. thou i didnt really hear my fans get any louder.. they get louder while playing games yet my temps dont go as high... >.< cant figure that out lol

will set it for a longer test tonighet when i sleep and see what happens
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Any particular version you'd suggest?
Nahh... Just try some older drivers..
    
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well i did a 1 hour blend test on prime95 and got no errors or anything else, my temps were 60-72C and the vcore looked to stay the same with only small fluctuations... unsure if thats kinda high temps or ok. thou i didnt really hear my fans get any louder.. they get louder while playing games yet my temps dont go as high... >.< cant figure that out lol

will set it for a longer test tonighet when i sleep and see what happens
What load Volts and speed?
    
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