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post #2971 of 9343
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How do I go about joining this club? I'm new to the site and had initial issues w/ my mobo, but it's back up and running and I'm starting the OC process.
First you should add your system details here.

Other than that, you just state what mobo you have and that you wish to join the Club, and I'll add you
    
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I've just been trying to stabilise my clock a little further. VCCIO is now set to 1.200v, LLC is at Extreme and offset is +0.075. I have managed to run turrican's custom Blend settings for 15 minutes but I'm not happy about the vcore - it peaked at 1.488v which is more than I'm comfortable with. Temps hit 74c maximum.

I'm assuming that the only thing I can do now is drop the offset voltage to +0.070, try the test again and basically keep going as low as I can until a worker fails?
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post #2973 of 9343
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I've just been trying to stabilise my clock a little further. VCCIO is now set to 1.200v, LLC is at Extreme and offset is +0.075. I have managed to run turrican's custom Blend settings for 15 minutes but I'm not happy about the vcore - it peaked at 1.488v which is more than I'm comfortable with. Temps hit 74c maximum.

I'm assuming that the only thing I can do now is drop the offset voltage to +0.070, try the test again and basically keep going as low as I can until a worker fails?
Yeah, drop it until it fails.

Looks like you have a chip which is better suited for 4.7GHz or below. That's just the way it is. As I've said, these chips differ very much in how much Vcore they will need for a certain speed.

As I've also said, they are so fast that some people don't even bother to overclock them. Really, be happy with what you've got. A couple of hundred extra MHz will not give you any noticable difference

When playing Fallout 3, with lot's of mods, I had CPU-Z and Core Temp open on my seconadry LCD, and the Cores was barely loaded at all. In fact, CPU clocked down to 1600MHz all the time. These are so fast, that I've even heard people forcing them down to a constant 1600MHz and they didn't even notice any lower performance in games.
    
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Ok specs are updated! will update them again once I am able to get a stable OC. I have the P8Z68-V Pro.
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post #2975 of 9343
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Ok specs are updated! will update them again once I am able to get a stable OC. I have the P8Z68-V Pro.
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Anyone still have double posts all the time? And the windows-loggo freezing when starting? I get this error maybe 8 of 10 times. Dont really know why, waiting for new BIOS but seems that no one is coming. I have a stable OC regarding prime95-testings.
Have tryied the tips in the first page as well!
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Anyone still have double posts all the time? And the windows-loggo freezing when starting? I get this error maybe 8 of 10 times. Dont really know why, waiting for new BIOS but seems that no one is coming. I have a stable OC regarding prime95-testings.
Have tryied the tips in the first page as well!
Turning off the Jmicron and Marvell controllers fixed the double boot for me. Yesterday I was getting the windows logo freezing at startup and it was due to a Driver issue. I had cleaned out my ATI drivers and for some reason windows didn't want to load the standard VGA drivers and was freezing at the logo screen like you stated.
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I've just been trying to stabilise my clock a little further. VCCIO is now set to 1.200v, LLC is at Extreme and offset is +0.075. I have managed to run turrican's custom Blend settings for 15 minutes but I'm not happy about the vcore - it peaked at 1.488v which is more than I'm comfortable with. Temps hit 74c maximum.

I'm assuming that the only thing I can do now is drop the offset voltage to +0.070, try the test again and basically keep going as low as I can until a worker fails?
I would reccommend running Ultra LLC because Extreme setting causes voltage spikes under load which is not a good thing. Drop the VCCIO back down to 1.125v and keep it there for now and slowly go up, it is safe to go upto 1.2v but doesn't mean that it's best to leave it there now lol.
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When regards to Windows boot-logo freezing I have found that at x50 + multipliers, it will boot Windows some times when Internal PLL Overvoltage is disabled. However, If I turn my system off and on again, I have to enable PLL overvoltage for it to boot Windows again. But for some reason, I can sometimes disable it again after a while.

When this occurs, my CPU also needs a tad higher Vcore then before, at least on 4.8GHz +. This I have now fixed by setting RAM to 1600 9-9-9-24-2t (stock) instead of 1600 8-8-8-24-1t. Now it will run at my usual Preset for 4.8GHz, no matter if I have turned system Off and ON again.

System will boot Windows up to x49 (At least x48. But I believe x49 also) with Internal PLL disabled. Even when this thing happen which require Internal PLL enabled at x50 and up.
    
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post #2980 of 9343
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Turning off the Jmicron and Marvell controllers fixed the double boot for me. Yesterday I was getting the windows logo freezing at startup and it was due to a Driver issue. I had cleaned out my ATI drivers and for some reason windows didn't want to load the standard VGA drivers and was freezing at the logo screen like you stated.
I have turned of the marvell, dont remember if the Jmicron is turned off. I was thinking that the freezes maybe is because I did install windows on the SSD when the HDD was also in the computer. Maybe some bootfiles have been placed wrong? will try to se when home if both Jmcron and marvell is disabled.
any other solutions? Dont think it has something do do with the OC, but maybe some driver-issue.

Edit, just to be sure that we are talking about the same "double posts" The computer starts, then turn of itself and starts again. Not talking about the "extra bootscreens" that are appearing when having the controls enabled
Edited by Akehage - 8/9/11 at 12:30pm
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