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Yeah worker 4 stopped. Alright enough of this time to sleep.


Thanks you twocables.
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Yeah worker 4 stopped. Alright enough of this time to sleep.


Thanks you twocables.
You're welcome!

We'll get there. I promise. Maybe 4.7GHz, maybe 4.8GHz: but I can see now that we don't have to settle for 4.5 or 4.6GHz.
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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!
Unfortunately not at that vcore, I tried it. I do not want temps above 71-72°C for 24/7 use, thats why I did not try to raise voltage for 4,8Ghz now. And my cooling setup is not able to handle my desired temps with more voltage.
     
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post #2464 of 9343
I'm still having the sleep issue with the new mb. This one is a lot more stable than the first one I got. This only happens with oc over 4.5 and with any oc w/ pll overvoltage enabled. I have it disabled right now and my idle goes up to 350w from 225w. I'm also running a new cpu (old was a 2500k).

I'm wondering if my ram could be causing this, ??? I've always had good results with Patriot but this model is not in the Asus QVL. Would it worth it to change it? I typically don't oc my ram but I hate having to power off the system when it does not want to wake from sleep.
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Unfortunately not at that vcore, I tried it. I do not want temps above 71-72°C for 24/7 use, thats why I did not try to raise voltage for 4,8Ghz now. And my cooling setup is not able to handle my desired temps with more voltage.
With 4.8GHz @ about 1.392V, I get a maximum of 72°C during Prime95's Blend test. That's actually an extremely safe temperature. The Tj. Max for these CPUs is 98°C, and that is when the CPU would either throttle itself down or turn itself off to prevent any possible damaged caused by that much heat.


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I'm still having the sleep issue with the new mb. This one is a lot more stable than the first one I got. This only happens with oc over 4.5 and with any oc w/ pll overvoltage enabled. I have it disabled right now and my idle goes up to 350w from 225w. I'm also running a new cpu (old was a 2500k).
Internal PLL Overvoltage should be left disabled unless you're trying for 48x or more and can't boot, but have tried everything else:

J.J. at ASUS (their Senior Technical Marketing Specialist) says this about Internal PLL Overvoltage:

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This option is specifically designed for D2/Retail Parts and allowing for higher multi overclocks especially when at or exceeding 48x. Additionally, this option can be used if you do not have it enabled and cannot boot with a higher multiplier. It is advised to try this option after you have tried all other standard options. This option is not for increasing stability of an OC that can already post and boot into an OS.

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I'm wondering if my ram could be causing this, ??? I've always had good results with Patriot but this model is not in the Asus QVL. Would it worth it to change it? I typically don't oc my ram but I hate having to power off the system when it does not want to wake from sleep.
What voltage is your memory rated for?
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post #2466 of 9343
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Internal PLL Overvoltage should be left disabled unless you're trying for 48x or more and can't boot, but have tried everything else:

J.J. at ASUS (their Senior Technical Marketing Specialist) says this about Internal PLL Overvoltage:

What voltage is your memory rated for?
If I disable it, my idle is hovers over 100w more watts

I have this ram: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820220538

When I got the my mb, newegg suggested this kit, . For whatever reason, they have taken the "Designed for P67" and put p55 on it now . In auto, it runs on 1.5v.

Thanks Two


edit: this one is on the QVL, I might pick this up: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231303
post #2467 of 9343
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If I disable it, my idle is hovers over 100w more watts

I have this ram: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820220538

When I got the my mb, newegg suggested this kit, . For whatever reason, they have taken the "Designed for P67" and put p55 on it now . In auto, it runs on 1.5v.

Thanks Two


edit: this one is on the QVL, I might pick this up: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231303
The memory you have is rated for 1.65V. Get memory that's rated for 1.5V; it is for the safety of the CPU, so it's very important.

That G.SKILL memory is rated for 1.65V too, so I don't know why it's on the QVL.

Edit: Here's a set of Ripjaws X for $49.99 shipped: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231439


Anyway, what are the rest of your settings?
Edited by TwoCables - 7/25/11 at 11:47pm
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post #2468 of 9343
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With 4.8GHz @ about 1.392V, I get a maximum of 72°C during Prime95's Blend test. That's actually an extremely safe temperature. The Tj. Max for these CPUs is 98°C, and that is when the CPU would either throttle itself down or turn itself off to prevent any possible damaged caused by that much heat.
Do you remember the screenshots of my temperature curve showing, that turbo mode was switched off automatically a few times during tests while temps were at 74-75°C ? Core temps were at max 76°C after this test (read from core temp). I am still afraid of this phenomenon coming back when I hit higher temps.

I prefer silent setups and my 2x 120mm Enermax Vegas Trio (1700rpm) are a good compromise between the very silent but less powerful bequiet SilentWings USC (1500rpm) I used before and the very powerful but loud Corsair Stock fans (2600rpm).

When I get to full rpm with the vegas fans, I can keep my temp down at 70°C clocked at 4,6Ghz and vcore of 1,376V. 70°C is almost 5°C away from my mysterios downclocking phenomenon temp, so I was for now pretty satisfied with that. If I raised my vcore further, this would result in higher temps.

Would be better to find a solution for this downclocking thing first.
     
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Do you remember the screenshots of my temperature curve showing, that turbo mode was switched off automatically a few times during tests while temps were at 74-75°C ? Core temps were at max 76°C after this test (read from core temp). I am still afraid of this phenomenon coming back when I hit higher temps.

I prefer silent setups and my 2x 120mm Enermax Vegas Trio (1700rpm) are a good compromise between the very silent but less powerful bequiet SilentWings USC (1500rpm) I used before and the very powerful but loud Corsair Stock fans (2600rpm).

When I get to full rpm with the vegas fans, I can keep my temp down at 70°C clocked at 4,6Ghz and vcore of 1,376V. 70°C is almost 5°C away from my mysterios downclocking phenomenon temp, so I was for now pretty satisfied with that. If I raised my vcore further, this would result in higher temps.

Would be better to find a solution for this downclocking thing first.
Hmm.... now that I got my temps up a bit, maybe I should run the AVX version of IBT to max my temps to see if this happens to me.

Although, I still wonder if there's some setting somewhere in your UEFI that's making it do this.
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post #2470 of 9343
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The memory you have is rated for 1.65V. Get memory that's rated for 1.5V; it is for the safety of the CPU, so it's very important.

That G.SKILL memory is rated for 1.65V too, so I don't know why it's on the QVL.

Edit: Here's a set of Ripjaws X for $49.99 shipped: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231439


Anyway, what are the rest of your settings?
Would this be better? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231430

For benchmarks, I run 48x 1.355v, pll overvoltage enabled (stability or crashes), speedstep off.

When I game, I have it @ 45x w/ 1.315v, pll disabled, speedstep on.

Right now I'm running everything in auto and 40x w/ pll overvoltage in auto and my idle is in the low 200w range, if I disable it, it will jump 75-100w. At this setting, I have no issues w/ sleep.

edit: which one is better, the one I linked or the one you did? Thanks
Edited by wermad - 7/26/11 at 12:05am
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