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post #2411 of 9343
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4.9Ghz is still a great clock! What kind of temps are you getting now with the lapped cooler?

Here, I've just submitted in the Sandy Stable Club wink.gif

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I've found two 'golden' FFT's, at least for my CPU. It seems if it passes the 1344KB and the 1792KB FFT, it will pass every other FFT. So far it seems the 1792KB FFT is even more sensitive than the 1344KB FFT.

So by running each of these two for 15 minutes and using 6000MB I have found I am certain to be 12 hours + stable.

Update: I've just broken the 5GHz 'wall' with regards to the 1344KB FFT. It seems it needed Offset + 0.120. I've only tried + 0.100 in my last attempts. This gives a load Voltage of 1.488 - 1.504 with this particular FFT. So If I want, I can make a 12 hours + 5GHz stable run. However, I must tolerate temps in the 85c range... Not worth it, when I can manage 4.9GHz at Offset + 0.070
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Gratulations !

I am finnally stable with my settings, too. Running in 4,6Ghz Prime Stable. After 14,5h without any error in blend I stopped testing. Then I installed my 2 new Fans onto my H80 (2x enermax vegas trio 120mm) and tested another 5 hours without errors. It is running comfortably silent below 72° at a vcore of 1,376V, sometimes going slightly over 1,38V.

I will post screenshots of the 14h+ test later.

My settings are the same like quoted from TwoCables (Thx again for helping), except:

VCCIO: 1,15V
Offset Voltage: 0,020V
and, of course, Multiplier: 46

Perhaps I will run for 4,8Ghz soon.
Thank you, Slimex! Of course, you're welcome too.

Anyway, I say go for 4.8GHz! You might even be able to do it with that core voltage!


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The 3.0 has a $20 off combo with the 2600K. Would it be worth me spending the extra $20 on 3.1?
Nope. The 3.1 revision is slightly inferior to the 3.0 revision.
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post #2414 of 9343
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Nope. The 3.1 revision is slightly inferior to the 3.0 revision.
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The only difference is that the 3.1 uses a cheaper USB 3 controller in an effort to save ASUS some money. There is no benefit for the customer and the NEC USB 3 controllers that are in rev 3.0 boards are quite superior. Bigger numbers are a great way to mislead the customer.
Yeah, I know it's not the kind of proof you were looking for, but this is what I am going by. I doubt he would make that up.

So, cheaper USB 3 controller = slightly inferior board.
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Yeah, I know it's not the kind of proof you were looking for, but this is what I am going by. I doubt he would make that up.

So, cheaper USB 3 controller = slightly inferior board.
From what I've read over the articles they were actually able to make the same thing for cheaper. Which means NEC is overpriced and had little competition. I think what we really need is benchmarks for the controllers before anyone can actually say anything about them.
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btw: Someone mentioned the Rev. 3.1 has black PCB, whereas Rev. 3.0 P8P67 PRO has brown PCB.
    
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just realized that my board allows me to boot to BIOS with any extreme OC settings (at least in regards to CPU multi)...ie i booted to BIOS with a multi of 200x.

This is fantastic! It will make OCing so much easier...on my last mobo (gigabyte) you had to wait for the board to reset, if at all or clear CMOS and rinse and repeat.

On a side note, heres a really stupid question...does anyone know how to make AI Suite II not startup with windows...there doesnt appear to be any startup associated with it that can be unchecked in the startup options
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This video shows differences between some usb controllers.

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just realized that my board allows me to boot to BIOS with any extreme OC settings (at least in regards to CPU multi)...ie i booted to BIOS with a multi of 200x.

This is fantastic! It will make OCing so much easier...on my last mobo (gigabyte) you had to wait for the board to reset, if at all or clear CMOS and rinse and repeat.

On a side note, heres a really stupid question...does anyone know how to make AI Suite II not startup with windows...there doesnt appear to be any startup associated with it that can be unchecked in the startup options
Unfortunately, AI Suite II must be uninstalled for it to stop starting with Windows.

I tried disabling the new services for it in Services.msc, but instead I get an error when Windows starts.

I even checked the Registry keys below, but there was nothing new:

Code:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Wow6432Node\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Run
Code:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Run
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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Run
So the only solution I could come up with was getting rid of it. To be honest, I don't miss it one bit.
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