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1.3611 VID @ Prime95 100% Load
4.7GHz
1.275vCore manually set, but in cpu-z it shows to 1.272-1.280 (stays at 1.272 mostly but sometimes goes up to 1.280 for a second)

what offset (+/-) should I use for that?

also how do the temps look?

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thanks
Edited by paradoxum - 10/2/11 at 3:23pm
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Originally Posted by paradoxum;15152147 
reposting;

1.3611 VID @ Prime95 100% Load
4.7GHz
1.275vCore manually set, but in cpu-z it shows to 1.272-1.280 (stays at 1.272 mostly but sometimes goes up to 1.280 for a second)

what offset (+/-) should I use for that?

also how do the temps look?

thanks

I would try Offset: - (Minus) 0.080 to see where that brings you.

Your temps looks fine.
    
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I would try Offset: - (Minus) 0.080 to see where that brings you.

Your temps looks fine.

thanks! the voltages in cpu-z are the same when set manually, except now it's mostly on 1.280 and flicks down to 1.272 for a second or two. seems to be running good smile.gif

I've been trying to knock it up to 4.8ghz but I can't even get past the windows logo now, when the other day I was able to boot at 5ghz :/ all the other settings are using TwoCables template
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thanks! the voltages in cpu-z are the same when set manually, except now it's mostly on 1.280 and flicks down to 1.272 for a second or two. seems to be running good smile.gif

I've been trying to knock it up to 4.8ghz but I can't even get past the windows logo now, when the other day I was able to boot at 5ghz :/ all the other settings are using TwoCables template

I've found that in my P8P67 PRO it will sometimes boot Windows with Internal PLL Overvoltage Disabled, when at x49 and up, but other times it needs to be enabled. Strangely enough...

So you should try and enable Internal PLL Overvoltage when going x48 + on the CPU multi.
    
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Originally Posted by turrican9;15152489 
I've found that in my P8P67 PRO it will sometimes boot Windows with Internal PLL Overvoltage Disabled, when at x49 and up, but other times it needs to be enabled. Strangely enough...

So you should try and enable Internal PLL Overvoltage when going x48 + on the CPU multi.

thanks, I got into windows enabling that. are there any downsides to having it enabled?
I guess now i'll keep testing if it's stable, up the voltage if needed then up the multi rinse/repeat to find the highest stable clock?

thanks again
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thanks, I got into windows enabling that. are there any downsides to having it enabled?
I guess now i'll keep testing if it's stable, up the voltage if needed then up the multi rinse/repeat to find the highest stable clock?

thanks again

Only downside to having it enabled, as far as I know, is that hibernate will no longer work.

And yes, up the Vcore until it's stable.
    
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Only downside to having it enabled, as far as I know, is that hibernate will no longer work.

And yes, up the Vcore until it's stable.

to increase it, do I change the offset from -0.080 to -0.075 from where I am at now?

thanks
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Originally Posted by paradoxum;15152623 
to increase it, do I change the offset from -0.080 to -0.075 from where I am at now?

thanks

Yes, that is correct. However, if you were at the limit Vcore wise, when at 4.7GHz, you will probably need a bigger bump for 4.8GHz.

To calculate the Offset Vcore, you just look at the current VID (VID Can vary a little with CPU speed) and work from there.

Example: VID = 1.3611, if you set Offset to - 0.050 it would equal to about 1.3111. If you use Offset + 0.050 it would equal to about 1.4111.

You catch my drift? Pretty simple really. Of course you must have LLC at Ultra High or something to remedy the Vdroop. But looks like you already have it set.

Edit: But remember, at 4.8GHz you may get 1.3711 for VID. Then Offset - 0.050 would equal to 1.3211 instead
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Do i have to install the extra two 3.0 usb connector onto the p8z68 board as it stretches right across it? Will it work with the back two on my 600t already?
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Do i have to install the extra two 3.0 usb connector onto the p8z68 board as it stretches right across it? Will it work with the back two on my 600t already?
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No, you don't have to install those two extra ports. The two on the back of your mobo (Two blue ones) will still work just fine.
    
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