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@ Turrican, I did not see your answer! I have x48 now, and have PLL enabled. Have the memory at stock (I think, maybe have them on 9.9.9.24.2, you think that setting them to 9.9.9.24.1 may solve it?
Do you really think that I need higher voltage, already have 1.39v. And thats high enough. And no errors or BSOD when priming for 12+ hours.

And when windows logo is freezing I do a system restore and it works again. So dont really think it has something to do with the bios-setting?
Edited by Akehage - 8/9/11 at 12:45pm
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@ Turrican, I did not see your answer! I have x48 now, and have PLL enabled. Have the memory at stock (I think, maybe have them on 9.9.9.24.2, you think that setting them to 9.9.9.24.1 may solve it?
Do you really think that I need higher voltage, already have 1.39v. And thats high enough. And no errors or BSOD when priming for 12+ hours.

And when windows logo is freezing I do a system restore and it works again. So dont really think it has something to do with the bios-setting?
Sounds like you have some other issues here. Tried a reinstall of Windows?
    
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Havent tryed that, dont want to install/unistall to much on the SSD. But have thoughts about doing a reinstall, maybe try to reformat both the SSD and the HDD, and unplug the HDD during windowsinstallation.
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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.
You weren't kidding about the 4.7Ghz, my results are below

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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.
Cheers for the advice bud - I dropped LLC to Ultra and my VCCIO is currently set at 1.500v.

Unfortunately my chip couldn't manage 4.8GHz at a voltage I considered acceptable... however, I have achieved a stable overclock at 4.7GHz which I'm very happy with!

It has currently survived 45 minutes of turricans extreme settings in the Prime95 Blend test at 1.432v which I am content with for 24/7 use.

Max temps are below, with my CPU fan speed locked at 75%;

Core 1 - 67c
Core 2 - 70c
Core 3 - 69c
Core 4 - 69c

Prime95 is still going and temps are sat at 64-66c across the board. I'd like to extend a big thanks to everyone who offered their advice and helped me get this far.
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You weren't kidding about the 4.7Ghz, my results are below


Cheers for the advice bud - I dropped LLC to Ultra and my VCCIO is currently set at 1.500v.

Unfortunately my chip couldn't manage 4.8GHz at a voltage I considered acceptable... however, I have achieved a stable overclock at 4.7GHz which I'm very happy with!

It has currently survived 45 minutes of turricans extreme settings in the Prime95 Blend test at 1.432v which I am content with for 24/7 use.

Max temps are below, with my CPU fan speed locked at 75%;

Core 1 - 67c
Core 2 - 70c
Core 3 - 69c
Core 4 - 69c

Prime95 is still going and temps are sat at 64-66c across the board. I'd like to extend a big thanks to everyone who offered their advice and helped me get this far.
Now you should do a 12 hours + Blend test, using the standard preset + 6000MB instead of 1600MB.

But before you do this, go see the Sandy Stable Club. Read the rules carefully, and make sure you're 12 hours + run is valid for submission there

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How to Configure AutoPlay Settings in Windows 7

Took me 1 second to find this on Google
I do know how to configure auto play, and I don't want to change the way it works. My problem is that every time that I start my computer, it launches autoplay like if it is the first time I plug the drive into the USB port. If the drive is constantly plugged in, autoplay shouldn't come up. If you plug in a USB flash drive while the computer is on, its normal for autoplay to come up, but if the drive was there before turning on the computer, it shouldn't show up.
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Just playing about with my new i5/p8z68 for the first time.

After reading a couple of guides, I've done a very mild OC to 4Ghz (don't really want or need more). The only thing I changed was multi to 40 and left vcore settings untouched.

With the 40 multi I get maximum temps: 56/59/58/59 and vcore of 1.248 to 1.256 (max).

Is everything okay here? Shall I just leave it as it is or is 1.256 a bit high for 4Ghz?
    
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Just playing about with my new i5/p8z68 for the first time.

After reading a couple of guides, I've done a very mild OC to 4Ghz (don't really want or need more). The only thing I changed was multi to 40 and left vcore settings untouched.

With the 40 multi I get maximum temps: 56/59/58/59 and vcore of 1.248 to 1.256 (max).

Is everything okay here? Shall I just leave it as it is or is 1.256 a bit high for 4Ghz?
you can probably go under 1.200v Vcore for only 4GHz. I don't see much point though.

Just enjoy it
    
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you can probably go under 1.200v Vcore for only 4GHz. I don't see much point though.

Just enjoy it
Okay, just to check though, say if I wanted it to stay at 1.200v, what would be the best option?

1. Cpu manual voltage @ 1.200v

2. Use the offset (would i use + or -? and how much? Don't fully understand this feature)

Thanks
    
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Okay, just to check though, say if I wanted it to stay at 1.200v, what would be the best option?

1. Cpu manual voltage @ 1.200v

2. Use the offset (would i use + or -? and how much? Don't fully understand this feature)

Thanks
Best option would be to use Offset. You'd have to use - (minus) Offset to get below 1.200v Vcore. Try in the - (minus) 0.050 - 0.060 range.
    
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