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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Here are my current settings, still not fully tested:

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  • Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
  • BLCK/PCIE Frequency: 100.0
  • Turbo Ratio: By All Cores
  • By All Cores: 48
  • Internal PLL Voltage: Enabled
  • Memory Frequency: DDR3-1866MHz
  • DRAM Timing Control: 9-11-9-28-1T
  • EPU Power Saving MODE: Disabled


Ai Tweaker\\ CPU Power Management >
  • CPU Ratio: Auto
  • Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
  • Turbo Mode: Enabled
  • Long Duration Power Limit: Auto
  • Long Duration Maintained: Auto
  • Short Duration Power Limit: Auto
  • Additional Turbo Voltage: Auto
  • Primary Plane Current Limit: Auto


Ai Tweaker (in the DIGI+ VRM section)
  • Load-Line Calibration: Ultra High
  • VRM Frequency: Manual
  • VRM Fixed Frequency Mode: 350
  • Phase Control: Extreme
  • Duty Control: Extreme
  • CPU Current Capability: 140%
  • CPU Voltage: Offset Mode
  • Offset Mode Sign: +
  • CPU Offset Voltage: 0.040V
  • DRAM Voltage: 1.5000
  • VCCSA Voltage: Auto
  • VCCIO Voltage: 1.15625V
  • CPU PLL Voltage: Auto
  • PCH Voltage: Auto
  • CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled


Advanced\\ CPU Configuration >
  • CPU Ratio: Auto
  • Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor: Enabled
  • Active Processor Cores: All
  • Limit CPUID Maximum: Disabled
  • Execute Disable Bit: Enabled
  • Intel Virtualization Technology: Disabled
  • Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
  • Turbo Mode: Enabled
  • CPU C1E: Enabled
  • CPU C3 Report: Auto
  • CPU C6 Report: Auto

My previous Offset Voltage was +0.035V, but my system only lasted 6 hours and 17 minutes in Prime95's Blend test. However, my full load voltage wasn't all that different with 0.035V as compared to using +0.030V. Using +0.040V raises my full load voltage so high that it even hits 1.400V on occasion.

Can you copy all of my settings above except for the Memory Frequency and DRAM Timing Control? Some of these new settings I posted might be different from what I recommended before, such as the C3 and C6 states.

For Memory Frequency and DRAM Timing Control, use what is printed on the stickers on your memory sticks. Also be sure to use the voltage that is printed on there as well.

But your sig rig says that you have 2133MHz memory. Use your memory's clock speed, voltage and timings as printed on their stickers.
So, in the afternoon I set all the values that you have set in my bios. Exceptions are:

VCCIO Voltage: 1.5 V
Offset Voltage: 0.005 V

Even the multiplier I raised from 46 to 48.

Then I started Prime95 Blend again. I quickly recognized, that I had the same problems like before. The CPU will stay at 73-75 °C for some time, then turbo mode goes off and back on after 20-60 sec.
Cause my Enermax Vegas fans did not arrive today (hopefully tomorrow), I replaced the bequiet Silentwings USCs with the stock corsair 2500rpm fans.
Now the system is much louder at same temps, but I have pretty much cooling reserve left, as with them it is possible to hold 70°C with 65%, which equals about 1700 rpm.

I am testing for 1 hour now and did no more suffer an automatic downclock, must have been the very slow but constantly rising temperature situation before. CPU fans already turned with full rpm (1500, both connected to cha1 fan port using an y-adaptor).

My voltage is at 1.368 V under load, sometimes it goes up to 1.376V.

I do not know, if the new "silent" fans will handle this, i hope so.
Seems to be stable for the moment, but I will have to do a longer test overnight.
     
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I been reading but still haven't fully understand what the VCCIO is exactly. I've got my 2600k at 4.8 stable, but my vccio setting is on auto. Reading reviews and such they recommend it gets set manually.

So how and what should I do and know about setting the vccio?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by slimex View Post

VCCIO Voltage: 1.5 V

I sure hope you mean 1.15v


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Originally Posted by xtnod View Post
I been reading but still haven't fully understand what the VCCIO is exactly. I've got my 2600k at 4.8 stable, but my vccio setting is on auto. Reading reviews and such they recommend it gets set manually.

So how and what should I do and know about setting the vccio?
VCCIO:

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VCCIO: more commonly known at QPI/VTT voltage, this is the VTT voltage. Formally known as Processor Power for I/O it is the voltage for the integrated memory controller as well as the PCI-E controller. While Intel’s Maximum is 1.05 +/- 3% = 1.08v, you can go higher, much higher. I would recommend staying below 1.2v for 24/7 use, but depending on the quality of the IMC on your chip, I have seen 2133 MHz done on as little at 1.1v. I used 1.12v for overclocking my Dominator 1600 MHz to 1866 MHz, and it did it without any problems. Do realize that this voltage contributes heat as well to the whole thermal package.
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This 2600K seems much more promising VS my 2500K when it comes to Vcore. Running Blend at 4.8GHz right now, HT on and Vcore in the 1.376v - 1.392v Vcore range. It is running much hotter VS my 2500K though. I've almost been upto 80c on hottest core.

Probably need to mount my TRUE again

Also, it actually gave error on one of the Cores when too little Vcore, instead of BSOD. My 2500K always BSOD's. 2600K also froze at one time, when too little Vcore. So other behaviour VS my 2500K.

I also suspect my 2500K was holding back my RAM overclocking. As mem controller is on die.

This sucker may go to 5GHz if I can cool it. We'll see what my TRUE 120 can do for this CPU.

Wow! Now I see why it is running much hotter VS my 2500K. The Wattage according to HWiNFO is much higher for this CPU, at the same Vcore! Been up to 113 Watts while blending now VS 90 Watts + on the 2500K! Must be HT doing this! Wow! I really need to install my TRUE again. It will handle much bigger loads VS CM Hyper 212+.
Edited by turrican9 - 7/22/11 at 12:03pm
    
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This 2600K seems much more promising VS my 2500K when it comes to Vcore. Running Blend at 4.8GHz right now, HT on and Vcore in the 1.376v - 1.392v Vcore range. It is running much hotter VS my 2500K though. I've almost been upto 80c on hottest core.

Probably need to mount my TRUE again

Also, it actually gave error on one of the Cores when too little Vcore, instead of BSOD. My 2500K always BSOD's. 2600K also froze at one time, when too little Vcore. So other behaviour VS my 2500K.

I also suspect my 2500K was holding back my RAM overclocking. As mem controller is on die.

This sucker may go to 5GHz if I can cool it. We'll see what my TRUE 120 can do for this CPU.

Wow! Now I see why it is running much hotter VS my 2500K. The Wattage according to HWiNFO is much higher for this CPU, at the same Vcore! Been up to 113 Watts while blending now VS 90 Watts + on the 2500K! Must be HT doing this! Wow! I really need to install my TRUE again. It will handle much bigger loads VS CM Hyper 212+.
wow good luck bud and let us know how far you can push it!!
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So, in the afternoon I set all the values that you have set in my bios. Exceptions are:

VCCIO Voltage: 1.5 V
Offset Voltage: 0.005 V

Even the multiplier I raised from 46 to 48.

Then I started Prime95 Blend again. I quickly recognized, that I had the same problems like before. The CPU will stay at 73-75 °C for some time, then turbo mode goes off and back on after 20-60 sec.
Cause my Enermax Vegas fans did not arrive today (hopefully tomorrow), I replaced the bequiet Silentwings USCs with the stock corsair 2500rpm fans.
Now the system is much louder at same temps, but I have pretty much cooling reserve left, as with them it is possible to hold 70°C with 65%, which equals about 1700 rpm.

I am testing for 1 hour now and did no more suffer an automatic downclock, must have been the very slow but constantly rising temperature situation before. CPU fans already turned with full rpm (1500, both connected to cha1 fan port using an y-adaptor).

My voltage is at 1.368 V under load, sometimes it goes up to 1.376V.

I do not know, if the new "silent" fans will handle this, i hope so.
Seems to be stable for the moment, but I will have to do a longer test overnight.
Damn. There has to be a setting somewhere in your UEFI that makes it throttle down when it reaches that temperature.


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I sure hope you mean 1.15v
Of course he does. Just imagine what would happen if he tried to use 1.5V.

I always say "1.5" out loud. I mean, the reason is because my comfort range is 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.17, 1.18, and 1.19.


xtnod: using a higher VCCIO can help achieve stability without raising the vCore. Or, using a higher VCCIO can help enable you to use a lower vCore and still maintain that same rock-solid stability.
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wow good luck bud and let us know how far you can push it!!
Will let you know All this testing takes time. I've upped the Vcore to the 1.392 -1.400v range now. It went for over half an hour using Blend 6000MB and 2 minutes per FFT with the above mentioned settings, before it crashed. So I'm guessing stability in the 1.4v Vcore range. Give or take a little.

Installing my TRUE 120 again, since my CM Hyper 212+ have a hard time coping with the added Watt drawage of the 2600K

Edit: Lol! Turned out the reason for both my USB sticks dying was because I tried plugging them in the front USB ports of my friends P67 Sabertooth setup... When looking inside his case I found the problem... I had actually plugged the USB front connectors in the motherboards Firewire connector

Also, so far my i7 2600K is looking good at 4.8GHz and in the 1.392 - 1.4000v Vcore range. Running Blend and hottest cores stays under 80C using my TRUE 120. Also I tried disabling HT, and it gave me considerable lower temps. I think 5GHz should be possible with HT off.
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Having problems with video card. My first one was Asus GTX 570 Direct CU II and my RMA one is the same both gave me post boot problems, VGA-LED light lite and error beep code of 1 long 3 short. Can any one with a Asus P8P67 Deluxe motherboard recommend a video card, I do Photo, graphic work and some gaming and would like a card with GB video memory.
    
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Lapped TRUE 120 with CM Hyper 212+ Fan and Mounting bracket.

    
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Sup d00ds!
I've been a long time lurker but never made an account until I stumbled across this thread, I'd love to join the club!
Been running my p8z68-v pro for about a month now and I'm loving it, besides the dual booting thing

Here are a couple pics of the rig!


Before cable management <_<


After, old video card though, currently running a gtx570.


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