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Yeah I have it at stock for months I just want to learn how so I know later on. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by turrican9;14890283 
Really, not worth the hassle for a couple of hundred MHz extra. And even if you buy a new one, you could get unlucky and get an even worse one.

Yours is not that bad. These CPU's are so fast that some people don't even bother to overclock them because they cannot feel any difference beyond stock.

yeah that's what i figured. i can run 12-hr prime on much lower vcore and i thought they're fine but i eventually needed 0.045v to be 24 hr stable. im sticking with the higher vcore. i guess ill just need to mess with my 6950 next biggrin.gif
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I was wondering if you guys could help me reduce my temperatures. Im currently running at 4.5Ghz and with everything set to auto and while running Prime95 the CPU Voltage sits at about 1.36v. While stable, I think its a bit high so Im trying to reduce the voltage. Ive manually set the voltage to 1.290 and did a 2 hour Prime95 test and everything appeared stable.

Now Ive set the Core Voltage back to auto and the offset to - and the offset amount to .080 (I subtracted the VID shown in RealTemp from the voltage I was trying to get it to run at) and now it doesnt boot.

What gives?

EDIT: Ive changed the offset to .060 and itll boot now, but itll crash when I start IntelBurnTest.
Edited by TheClap - 9/10/11 at 6:26pm
    
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post #3554 of 9343
I have a P8Z68-V Pro with a i7-2600K that I just put together. I'm still a newbie overclocker for the most part. I OC'd my old C2Q Q6600 up to 2.9Ghz just playing with the FSB & VCore back in the day; and am not really familiar with the many many options afforded me at the moment.

At present, I have the CPU set to 4.2Ghz and set the VCore to 1.300v, and am running Prime95 as we speak to test for stability. The weird thing is that on post & in the bios, the CPU's clock is listed at ~3447 or something like that. The bulk of the voltage and other settings are at default, EPU & TPU are disabled.

What's really confusing me, is that CPUZ shows the voltage between 1.288-1.296v, while Core Temp is showing 1.3511v. The bios was showing 1.244 if I recall correctly.

Any advice on anything I'm misunderstanding, or tips for settings that I need to change?
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post #3555 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheClap;14893535 
I was wondering if you guys could help me reduce my temperatures. Im currently running at 4.5Ghz and with everything set to auto and while running Prime95 the CPU Voltage sits at about 1.36v. While stable, I think its a bit high so Im trying to reduce the voltage. Ive manually set the voltage to 1.290 and did a 2 hour Prime95 test and everything appeared stable.

Now Ive set the Core Voltage back to auto and the offset to - and the offset amount to .080 (I subtracted the VID shown in RealTemp from the voltage I was trying to get it to run at) and now it doesnt boot.

What gives?

EDIT: Ive changed the offset to .060 and itll boot now, but itll crash when I start IntelBurnTest.

it just means you need to keep adjusting that vcore. at 4.5 you will probably need to use + instead of -. just keep adjusting while using IBT (run maybe 10x), once you get that 'stable' then run prime95 for at least 12 hrs or leave it overnight.
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Originally Posted by Nethermir;14894262 
it just means you need to keep adjusting that vcore. at 4.5 you will probably need to use + instead of -. just keep adjusting while using IBT (run maybe 10x), once you get that 'stable' then run prime95 for at least 12 hrs or leave it overnight.

Well, when set to auto the mobo reduces the voltage (RealTemp reports a VID of 1.39ish and CPUZ says its getting 1.3ish) and I know it was stable at 1.295v.

Really, I just want lower idle temps, which I cant get with auto (auto gives it 1.04v at idle and I know Im stable as low as .928ish). I'll keep messing with it though.
    
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i dunno why you are going for lower idle temps since idle temps mean nothing. im idling at 36F on the hottest core. you just need to be concerned with the load temps.
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Well it spends most of its time idling, and I think it may just be an OCD thing. I used to idle sub 30c when I was OCd to 4.3Ghz, but after increasing the multiplier to 45 I idle at about 35c.

I also noticed a 5c drop in load temps when I was at 1.295 so it would be kind of nice to get back there.
    
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Originally Posted by wrathling;14887473 
hi all, anyone with much experience on the AI SUITE and monitoring like Probe II etc?

i received some weird alerts from it, and just questioning its reliability or if this is something to worry about.

examples from the Alert Log in Probe II:

[09.09.2011 at 08:55 am] CPU -1,0 Abnormal
[09.09.2011 at 08:56 am] CPU 27,0 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 04:12 am] Vcore 0,000 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 04:12 am] Vcore 0,976 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 04:53 am] +12V 0,096 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 04:53 am] +12V 12,192 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 05:21 am] Chassis fan 2 41990 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 07:19 am] +5V 0,000 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 07:20 am] +5V 5,040 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 09:12 am] +5V 0,000 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 09:13 am] +5V 5,040 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 11:54 am] MotherBoard -1,0 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 11:54 am] MotherBoard 31,0 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 11:59 am] +12V 2,880 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 11:59 am] +5V 0,000 Abnormal
[09.10.2011 at 11:59 am] +12V 12,192 Normal
[09.10.2011 at 11:59 am] +5V 5,000 Normal
For every instance of "Abnormal", I can say this: if those values were true, then the system would not be able to turn on, much less function. wink.gif

Unfortunately, software is unreliable like this - especially when it comes to those power supply voltages.

Quote:
Originally Posted by TheClap;14894546 
Well it spends most of its time idling, and I think it may just be an OCD thing. I used to idle sub 30c when I was OCd to 4.3Ghz, but after increasing the multiplier to 45 I idle at about 35c.

I also noticed a 5c drop in load temps when I was at 1.295 so it would be kind of nice to get back there.
I know you said everything is on Auto, but can you post all of your settings anyway? I'd like to see if I can simplify the changes just to get lower idle temps and maybe even lower load temps.

I'm very tired right now so I might not be able to help, however I also don't want to forget that you asked!
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post #3560 of 9343
ok update
i followed twocables input for manual oc adjusting the bits he reccomend
did prime for a while temps peaked@68 on the highest core which was core 3
everything seem to be ok.untill the following morning got overclock failure on boot,windows did not want to start.so i had to revert back to defaults.
everything went back to norm.ran on auto defaults @4.2 for a while so i did another manual oc to instructions @4.5@ but again upon cold boot for some reason got high temp error (on boot up)so i reverted back to default and then ran auto oc again and stop @4.5
ran prime,realtemp,cpu-z.every thing seem to be ok @first got error message
(FATAL ERROR: Resulting sum was 6572782714493730, expected: 6511291970821162
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.)not sure what all this means but core 3 seem to be 5 degrees hoter than others.this was about 10-15 mins into prime.so i stop prime and then reran it.this time everything ran ok untill 1 hour got an error again but this time was.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.

so am not sure if all this is down to temp or what but always core 3 is the hottest out them all.
cpu-z showing vcore@1.28@ peak so am thinking is this the prob being a bit low OR have i got a bad chip?
any idea's lads
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