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Originally Posted by turrican9;15213393 
If needing 1.47v Vcore for 4.9GHz, you probably need 1.5v + Vcore for 5GHz. However, if it scales badly it may need even more. 4.9GHz at 1.47v is not so bad anyway.

I had a 2500K that sucked about 1.44 - 1.45v Vcore in order for 4.7GHz to be stable. Never got 4.8GHz stable with it.

I don't see any magic setting for you to make it to 5GHz at lower Vcore. If using very high speed RAM, it may help to increase VCCIO though.

BTW: Welcome to the OCN smile.gif

Hmm isee! So it's just luck of the draw on order to get a 5ghz sample..

I can get into windows with 1.495Vcore with 5ghz, but benching it it goes up to 1.51~1.53, and even then I'm not sure of its prime stable.. Temps stay under 70c though with my WC setup.

Increasing VCCIO won't do much good. With these low voltages in running I feel saver in some way.

Thanks for the welcome!


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Originally Posted by nekromantik;15213784 
im gonna be joining the club!!
Just placed order for i5 2500K and Asus P8P67 Pro with 8GB Mushkin Blackline LV RAM
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Looking forward to getting another P8P67 PRO owner in our Club! smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Maseo;15213819 
Hmm isee! So it's just luck of the draw on order to get a 5ghz sample..

I can get into windows with 1.495Vcore with 5ghz, but benching it it goes up to 1.51~1.53, and even then I'm not sure of its prime stable.. Temps stay under 70c though with my WC setup.

Increasing VCCIO won't do much good. With these low voltages in running I feel saver in some way.

Thanks for the welcome!


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Yeah, overclocking Sandy is mostly about how far your particular CPU will go, as long as you have an okay overclocking mobo (Like yours).

Please remember, 5GHz is just a number wink.gif
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Originally Posted by turrican9;15214072 
Looking forward to getting another P8P67 PRO owner in our Club! smile.gif




Yeah, overclocking Sandy is mostly about how far your particular CPU will go, as long as you have an okay overclocking mobo (Like yours).

Please remember, 5GHz is just a number wink.gif

So is 69, but we all love to get that.. wink.gif

One thing i don't get though, is that when im away for a prolonged period of time, my screens are black, system is running, but wont turn on or do anything until i reset the system with the reset switch..
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So is 69, but we all love to get that.. wink.gif

One thing i don't get though, is that when im away for a prolonged period of time, my screens are black, system is running, but wont turn on or do anything until i reset the system with the reset switch..

May be some compatability issues with Sleep mode and Internal PLL Overvoltage. I know there are issues with Hibernation and this feature enabled, so could just aswell have problems with regular sleep mode too.

However, the latest bios from ASUS are said to fix many of these issues. Not tried it yet though. You'll find it on their ftp (Not posted on their web page yet). You'll find ftp links for each mobo in the first post of this Club.
    
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Hey Guys,

Since I've set the MB to the bios defaults after the 0706 bios update (is that what it was, I forget), then entering the manual ram numbers per G.Skill support, I have not had a bsod yet.

So I'm hoping by posting this will be the kiss of death and it will happen as I'm getting tired of waiting. lol

If it makes it through the entire weekend of the video recording and encoding I do each football sunday, then I suppose my mb isn't bad. It's a matter of the ram wasn't set right, or the OC.

The "auto" on the ram had it right over the 1.5v, something like 1.51 or whatever it was. Could that slight difference really cause bsods?

I'll report back after the weekend and if no issues, might re-do the OC settings from you Turrican as the last time I had that darn TPU switch on, so they didn't take affect anyways. Thanks again fellas.
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Originally Posted by james_k_p;15214630 
Hey Guys,

Since I've set the MB to the bios defaults after the 0706 bios update (is that what it was, I forget), then entering the manual ram numbers per G.Skill support, I have not had a bsod yet.

So I'm hoping by posting this will be the kiss of death and it will happen as I'm getting tired of waiting. lol

If it makes it through the entire weekend of the video recording and encoding I do each football sunday, then I suppose my mb isn't bad. It's a matter of the ram wasn't set right, or the OC.

The "auto" on the ram had it right over the 1.5v, something like 1.51 or whatever it was. Could that slight difference really cause bsods?

I'll report back after the weekend and if no issues, might re-do the OC settings from you Turrican as the last time I had that darn TPU switch on, so they didn't take affect anyways. Thanks again fellas.

There is a 0902 bios for your board now. Dated yesterday. ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z68-V_PRO/
    
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Originally Posted by turrican9;15214545 
May be some compatability issues with Sleep mode and Internal PLL Overvoltage. I know there are issues with Hibernation and this feature enabled, so could just aswell have problems with regular sleep mode too.

However, the latest bios from ASUS are said to fix many of these issues. Not tried it yet though. You'll find it on their ftp (Not posted on their web page yet). You'll find ftp links for each mobo in the first post of this Club.

I see.

Just flashed the 2001 BIOS. Doing a 49x100 Prime run with LOWER vcore then before! 1.45, and still running!!

Seems they did a good job fixing stuff with the 2001.

EDIT: nevermind what i said, it just 101'ed on me. Though, it did more runs in Prime95 before BSOD-ing
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can the ( Asus P8Z68-V PRO ) take this ram - http://www.ebuyer.com/262585-corsair-vengeance-8gb-2x4gb-ddr3-1866mhz-memory-kit-cl9-cmz8gx3m2a1866c9 or would any one suggest anything better/different
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There is a 0902 bios for your board now. Dated yesterday. ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z68-V_PRO/

Yep, I saw. I don't want to change anything else yet until the weekend passes. I don't want anymore variables. I know this probably has nothing to do with it, but it would make me reboot and I don't even want to do that. I want to run it until it crashes....or doesn't. smile.gif
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can the ( Asus P8Z68-V PRO ) take this ram - http://www.ebuyer.com/262585-corsair-vengeance-8gb-2x4gb-ddr3-1866mhz-memory-kit-cl9-cmz8gx3m2a1866c9 or would any one suggest anything better/different

These are the 2 kits recommended by G.Skill's support if you want to go in that direction.
8gig kit: F3-10666CL9D-8GBXL

16gig kit: F3-10666CL9Q-16GBXL

I'm email their support directly if you want that brand and ask them. If they are half as good as g.skill's support, they'll get back to you with recommendations.
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