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1.15VCCIO crashed on me during a game(BSOD 101), so im going to bump up Vcore to 0.035V and put VCCIO back to stock.
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i could find a way to disable the sleep mode..my monitor keeps sleeping after just a minute..then my cpu sleeps after 30 minutes i guess.. i already changed my power option but epic fail it still sleeps and turns off the monitor..it is irritating...
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**PLL VOLTAGE INFO**

I been recently testing something for the last few days and that is PLL voltage. In the first few instance I've find that lowering actually helps stability for some cpu's, now it seems that more and more are actually trying it and results have been great.

Just 2 hours ago I recommended fuloran1 who was having having stability issue's for last few days to try the following thing:


Quote:
Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post
they are all on deafult I pressume?

What I want you to try is, decrease the PLL voltage to around 1.7/1.71v and test for stability and record what happens, then I want you to increase the PLL voltage to around 1.89v and again see what happens. The objective is to see whether or not your chip like high PLL or low PLL voltage, then we'll take it from there.

From having continous BSODS at the 7/8minute of the 1792 FFT he tried many things without success. He tried the above method and changed PLL voltage to 1.71v.


Quote:
Originally Posted by fuloran1 View Post
Ok, so now I didnt get a bsod, but a worker failed at 8 minutes. Raised pll to 1.89 and testing.
Progress!!!!! No bsod and worker failing can be an indication of near stability. Dropping the PLL certainly helped.


Here's another instance, Roksonixx kept failing the 1344 FTTs and then after trying the same thing:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Roksonixx
it might just be pure luck but i've put my PLL voltage down to 1.7v and vcore down 4 notches and im 10 minutes into those bloody 1344 fft's ....

fingers crossed! if i can get this to work i'll update my "stable" score in your thread

After a few minutes:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Roksonixx
i tried a few above 1.8 and down to 1.75, but i've just tried 1.7 and it's worked wonders...20 minutes into that damn test, with a nice low vcore now....

it's rather strange that a high voltage can throw things off, with vcore it doesnt matter if you're 0.01 or 0.1 above, it still works because it has "enough"

i'd recommend putting 124 bsod's on your thread to "too much / to little PLL voltage", because that's certainly what's happened here


Seems like PLL voltage does make a difference. He could be right in saying error 124 could correspond to PLL voltage as apose to VTT (VCCIO) and vcore. This is a good find.!!

I'll keep you guys posted on this
Edited by munaim1 - 8/10/11 at 9:19pm
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I'll have to test out using a lower PLL votage. Does lower PLL = lower temps? My temps seem a bit high to me. I could be wrong though. 1.35v ish under load and under prime blend im in the 70-72c range but peaks at 75c on the hottest core.
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I'll have to test out using a lower PLL votage. Does lower PLL = lower temps? My temps seem a bit high to me. I could be wrong though. 1.35v ish under load and under prime blend im in the 70-72c range but peaks at 75c on the hottest core.
could do, lower voltage = lower temps
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could do, lower voltage = lower temps
Even if my VID @ 4.6ghz is 1.35v?
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Could anyone provide one of those 'Twocables templates' but for 4.4 - 4.5GHz?

I'm now at 4.5GHz after only changing the multiplier and nothing else. It seems stable so far, cpu-z sits at 1.312v and max temps after 2 hours of prime95 are 63/67/67/65.
    
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Could anyone provide one of those 'Twocables templates' but for 4.4 - 4.5GHz?

I'm now at 4.5GHz after only changing the multiplier and nothing else. It seems stable so far, cpu-z sits at 1.312v and max temps after 2 hours of prime95 are 63/67/67/65.
You can find this in one of the first posts of this thread, posted by turrican9.
Hmm, I think most of this settings are good for 4,4-4,5Ghz. You could lower offset voltage a bit, would try to start at 0.005V or 0.010V and go higher if it is not stable.
Another possibility is to raise VCCIO voltage, to get more stability without needing more vcore.

Looks like voltage is pretty ok for this frequency and temps are ok, too.
Edited by slimex - 8/11/11 at 5:21am
     
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i could find a way to disable the sleep mode..my monitor keeps sleeping after just a minute..then my cpu sleeps after 30 minutes i guess.. i already changed my power option but epic fail it still sleeps and turns off the monitor..it is irritating...
Hey everyone: do you guys know the answer to this? It looks familiar to me, but I don't know the answer...


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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post
**PLL VOLTAGE INFO**

I been recently testing something for the last few days and that is PLL voltage. In the first few instance I've find that lowering actually helps stability for some cpu's, now it seems that more and more are actually trying it and results have been great.

Just 2 hours ago I recommended fuloran1 who was having having stability issue's for last few days to try the following thing:





From having continous BSODS at the 7/8minute of the 1792 FFT he tried many things without success. He tried the above method and changed PLL voltage to 1.71v.




Progress!!!!! No bsod and worker failing can be an indication of near stability. Dropping the PLL certainly helped.


Here's another instance, Roksonixx kept failing the 1344 FTTs and then after trying the same thing:




After a few minutes:





Seems like PLL voltage does make a difference. He could be right in saying error 124 could correspond to PLL voltage as apose to VTT (VCCIO) and vcore. This is a good find.!!

I'll keep you guys posted on this
First, I have to satisfy my OCD: it's not "apose", but "opposed". The word "opposed" is a part of the word "opposite".

Anyway, this is incredibly weird timing. Just yesterday Ixel posted this thread:

i7 2600K - Reasonable settings and temp?

He's talking about lowering his CPU PLL Voltage down to 1.70V - 1.71V! I was going to mention this in here yesterday, but I wasn't entirely sure if it really applies yet. However, I guess it does!

So I think I'll be testing this soon.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Break View Post
Could anyone provide one of those 'Twocables templates' but for 4.4 - 4.5GHz?

I'm now at 4.5GHz after only changing the multiplier and nothing else. It seems stable so far, cpu-z sits at 1.312v and max temps after 2 hours of prime95 are 63/67/67/65.
Either way, for 4.4 to 4.5GHz, all that really needs to be changed is the multi and the core voltage.
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Is this a great deal?

Corsair HX 650 + ASUS P8P67 = $219.38 - $20 Mail-in Rebate.

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