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post #4101 of 9343
I am having a lovely day. Machine keeps turning off on my after hours of idle or hours of running something. Gonna go single stick of ram and probably reinstall everything do some load testing after.
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post #4102 of 9343
Well this has been fun :-)

Under Ubuntu Linux 11.10 I have tried to get the Z68V-Pro to boot above the 46x multiplier. I've tried all of the suggestions in the list to no avail. Not to worry as I think that cpu temps may be an issue here in the summer anyway (often gets above 45C ambient).

Besides this being my workstation it also crunches Seti Workunits on the CPU and GPU - so its pretty much running at 95% to 100% all the time its on.

So since I cant go up I thought I would go down.... with voltage.

I've been using the the offset voltage as it seems to do the trick under all my other scenarios. I had started with a + 0.04V offset. (Note I had this up to +0.05V to try and get it to boot at 47x multiplier.)

Anyway I started to decrease the offset voltage. My initial benchmark was to reduce it until it didnt boot, then come up a couple of increments above that.

So at - 0.05V it didn't boot. I upped it to - 0.04V and it booted. I am now running Seti at full CPU usage, its the only way I can really push the computer under linux (I dont have all those fancy Windows tools - and the ones available for Linux dont push the CPU any where near as hard that Seti does!).

So now my Vcore is fluctuating between 1.31V and 1.32V, occasionally hitting 1.33V. This may not sound like allot, however before I started this little test it was hovering around the 1.4V to 1.41V level. So its a decent drop in power consumption.

I also noted that dropping Vcore also had DRAM voltage dropping. From the original of around 1.6V to a nice 1.525V.

So far all stable - we will see what transpires over the next few weeks.

Cheers biggrin.gif
Edited by thinkingbeyondthesquare - 10/8/11 at 3:03am
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post #4103 of 9343
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Originally Posted by samuel002;15221576 
o.O deluxe bios works on pro?

Please check first post of this Club. Under the Club picture there are ftp links for each motherboard in the P8P67 and P8Z68 series supported by this ownersclub.

There you will find the 2001 bios for your board.

ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8P67_PRO/

Example:

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post #4104 of 9343
Doming0, a P8Z68-V owner and BZ1891, a P8P67 PRO owner added to the Club!

Welcome! smile.gif
    
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post #4105 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables;15210171 
Oh, ok.

I'm looking forward to the results, whatever they may be!

With offset voltage +0.04 instead of 0.02 and "Internal PLL Overvoltage" enabled it has been stable 20h+, a point I never reached in the last few test, always being interrupted by this BSOD 124.
Now I am testing with "Internal PLL Overvoltage" disabled. Prime is already running for 10,5h, hope I will not have to stop it manually so soon. Could be, that I will break after 12h and delay the really long test for a few days because I really would like to play Rage a little more. gunner2.gifbike.gif
Edited by slimex - 10/8/11 at 3:22am
     
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post #4106 of 9343
Whats best/difference ... Asus P8P67 Deluxe Rev3 or the Asus P8Z68-V PRO ?
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post #4107 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Xraven771;15222792 
Whats best/difference ... Asus P8P67 Deluxe Rev3 or the Asus P8Z68-V PRO ?

Main difference is that P8Z68-V PRO has the Z68 chipset. Onboard Video (Lucid Virtu) and SSD Harddrive Caching. You can read all about it in the third post of this Club.

The P8P67 Deluxe is based on the P67 chipset. Missing the above mentioned, but has a few other features since it is a Deluxe. So if the Z68 features are not important for you, the Deluxe would be the better one in other areas.

I should mention that there is a reason for the P8P67 PRO being so popular. It has all of the most important features from the P8P67 Series, and comes at a nice price.

You can compare features by looking at these links:

ASUS P8P67 PRO

ASUS P8P67 Deluxe

ASUS P8Z68-V PRO

Also look at these charts:

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post #4108 of 9343
Well Funny..

It seems that 50x is my multiplier wall. Whatever i do, i can't up it from there, and i need a HUUUGE Vcore boost to get it running at 5 ghz.

49x100 it is, now with a lowered vcore of 1.45 running OCCT - linpack for 9 hours.. Sufficient to say it's stable?

Real Temp says that max temps reached 61-70-70-65 somewhere this morning, and the minimum temps before start were 25-26-26-26 °C

Im happy thumb.gif
Edited by Maseo - 10/8/11 at 5:17am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Maseo;15222919 
Well Funny..

It seems that 50x is my multiplier wall. Whatever i do, i can't up it from there, and i need a HUUUGE Vcore boost to get it running at 5 ghz.

49x100 it is, now with a lowered vcore of 1.45 running OCCT - linpack for 9 hours.. Sufficient to say it would be stable?

Yeah, mine also needs a big Vcore boost from 4.9 to 5GHz. Not worth it.

For stability testing Sandybridge you should use Prime 95 Blend, and type in a good deal of mem to use.

I have 8GB RAM, so I type in 6000MB.

Also, to quickly isolate if you have enough Vcore, the 1792KB FFT is excellent to use. Run it for 30 minutes with most of your mem. If you pass it, there is a very good chance you will pass the normal P95 Blend preset for 12 hours +. At least Vcore wise.
    
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post #4110 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by Maseo;15222919 
Well Funny..

It seems that 50x is my multiplier wall. Whatever i do, i can't up it from there, and i need a HUUUGE Vcore boost to get it running at 5 ghz.

49x100 it is, now with a lowered vcore of 1.45 running OCCT - linpack for 9 hours.. Sufficient to say it's stable?

Real Temp says that max temps reached 61-70-70-65 somewhere this morning, and the minimum temps before start were 25-26-26-26 °C

Im happy thumb.gif
Do you have Internal PLL Voltage enabled?
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