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The fans weren't spinning.
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Originally Posted by l1o2l View Post
The fans weren't spinning.
Im not sure how to troubleshoot it, so wait for another member to help you out. If you see your temps, fans RPMs, or voltages become "abnormal" in AI Suite and what it's showing look possible, then i would be concerned. Unless it does it all the time and you think that it isn't real.

Link to l1o2l's previous post.
Edited by nawon72 - 7/23/11 at 12:20am
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Im not sure how to troubleshoot it, so wait for another member to help you out. If you see your temps, fans RPMs, or voltages become "abnormal" in AI Suite and what it's showing look possible, then i would be concerned. Unless it does it all the time and you think that it isn't real.

Link to l1o2l's previous post.
The AI suite shows wrong readings to me either.
For instance CPU temp. it shows me 49C @ 4.5GHz, but when I check with CoreTemp it shows me 62C
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Originally Posted by Eaglake View Post
The AI suite shows wrong readings to me either.
For instance CPU temp. it shows me 49C @ 4.5GHz, but when I check with CoreTemp it shows me 62C
With the P8P67 Pro BIOS 1704, ASUS changed the way AI Suite reads the CPU temp. It now reads it based on Tcase, instead of Tjunction. So i don't really pay attention to it.
Edited by nawon72 - 7/23/11 at 4:04am
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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
Welcome to the Club Added you to the list, and also with a link to your system pictures.

Dual booting? Go into bios and Disable the Marvell controller, and also the JMicron controller if you don't use it.

If it is cold boot issue, try looking in the first post of this Club.

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Ignore it, it's not real. I've had AI Suite show me 10,000,000*C on my CPU:

So, do you still think it your CPU is sub zero(assuming no DICE or others)?

But I would open the case and check to see if the fans are actually spinning or not.

I do the exact same thing, and it works great. Make sure you use 70%+ alcohol. I like to use 99%.

Grunion already mentioned it, but HT does increase the amount of watts used(more heat). There was a review comparing the 2500k and 2600k that also showed the wattage at different OCs. Ill have to dig up the link again, but from what i remember, the 2600k starts to use considerably more wattage than the 2500k at 4.6-4.8GHz.

I would try to lower your VCCIO and test for stability so that you can get lower temps. Default VCCIO is 1.05V

Your 750W PSU should work just fine with another 6970 in your rig. Check out this article.


To club members:
I ran P95 custom blend with 6000MB and 1min per FFT, and it BSOD 124 after 10h40m. The average core temp was 69*C throughout the test with an ambient temp of 20-23*C im guessing(generally my room is 21-22*C). The average Vcore was 1.410-1.415V and the range is 1.400-1.424V. So, would my OC be considered stable?

Update: Ive given up looking for the exact link, but here is another one that should give you a good idea of overclocked power consumption.
I think I will disable HT. It's useless for me. As you know, I traded my 2500K in this one via a friend. 2500K, or 4 real threads/Cores really is enough for me. As it seems now, 4.7GHz will probably be a nice setting with HT on and with HT Off I should be able to get closer to 5GHz.

I've been testing alot the last days. And you should be a little careful with the 1 minute per FFT thing. I ran it like that on my 2500K for almost an hour and using 6000MB. I stopped it, then I ran the usual 15 minutes per FFT and 6000MB, and if I remember correctly, it didn't even last 15 minutes. Strangely enough.

I think that 4 - 5 minutes per FFT would be a better tradeoff when it comes to stability and testing things a little faster. Really, I'm getting sick of these 12 hours + attempts, only to wake up to a rebooted computer who has BSOD'd while I was a sleep. And I think it often happens in the critical 9 -12 hour of the test.

Using 5 minutes per FFT will Cause Prime 95 Blend to go through the same amount of FFT's in 4 hours VS the 15 minute preset will use 12 hours on the same amount. I think I will make 5 minutes per FFT my new standard test. I can't stand all this waiting anymore
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Ok, I just booted it up and this is where it was at. (I've recently shut it down due to the CPU being so hot??)

It was on for less than a minute why does it say it is that hot?



Does everything else look normal?
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PanagiotisT:

Welcome to the club!

By the way, the memory has to go in the blue slots. To see proof, check out page 2-5 of the manual.





Anyway, here's why I'm posting today: my system is finally stable at 4.8GHz! My maximum temp was 72°C, and I think the maximum voltage was 1.392V (it might have been 1.400V) while it seemed to hover mostly at 1.384V while sometimes dipping down to 1.376V.






Below are my settings:


Ai Tweaker
  • 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: 9-11-9-29-1T
  • 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





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How do you like that 580, TC?
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Ok, I just booted it up and this is where it was at. (I've recently shut it down due to the CPU being so hot??)

It was on for less than a minute why does it say it is that hot?



Does everything else look normal?
No try reseat the Heat sink again with new tim.
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