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I still just get the green led on the board and the fans for the cpu spin for 1 second then nothing.
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I still just get the green led on the board and the fans for the cpu spin for 1 second then nothing.
And you've plugged in all cables from PSU, included the 8-pin power cable located near the CPU socket?
    
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so is the pro or the deluxe top of the range ?
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so is the pro or the deluxe top of the range ?
I answered you here.
    
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I am just going to exchange it at Microcenter, thank you for your help. If the new one works I will let you know.
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I am just going to exchange it at Microcenter, thank you for your help. If the new one works I will let you know.
Yeah, good luck! And please let us know how it goes
    
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As far as I can remember he was able to boot Windows at x50 and start stability testing, so it was most probably enabled.. Or else Windows would most likely just freeze on startup.
You sir, are correct

But whats the difference with OCCT vs Prima95 stability?

Small FTT's run fine, Blend however BSOD's the hell out of my system in a couple of minutes.
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You sir, are correct

But whats the difference with OCCT vs Prima95 stability?

Small FTT's run fine, Blend however BSOD's the hell out of my system in a couple of minutes.
Blend is the only real stability test for Sandybridge. It pushes mem and memcontroller (built-in the Sandybridge) Even if you're stable in Small FFT's, Linpack/IBT or OCCT, does not mean you're system is stable. It can crash when you're gaming or doing other somewhat heavy stuff.

If you're 12 hours + stable in Blend, you can be pretty sure you have a stable system.

Also, I highly recommend Disabling C3/C6, even if others say they are fine at Auto. They are not in my system, at least with the latest 2001 bios for my P8P67 PRO. If these are at Auto or enabled they can cause Idle BSOD's or freezing.

Edit: If you wanna proof to yourself and others, true stability, then head over to the [] The Sandy STABLE Club [] and read the OP carefully. Then make a run for it.
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Hey bud, I've had a few kinda bring this to my attention a couple weeks ago and not sure whether or not this issue can be fixed by a BIOS update. I personally don't have an issue as im using an intel ssd, same as you.

JJ also explained how C states can have an effect on the sata performance, mainly sata III:

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Quick note regarding options that can affect subsystem performance
It is NOT advised to make adjustments to Cstates as this can considerably affect hard drive throughput performance ( especially SATA6G SSD or Sandforce 2 based SSD ). It is recommended that all CPU power configuration states be left on their default parameters. Overclocking tests have shown internally no increase in multiplier scaling when adjusting these values. * under special cases with high multi capable CPUs and synthetic high load applications ( Linx, Prime, Occt ) it may required C states to be disabled. This has generally only been confirmed for some 51-54 multi capable CPU’s.
This is obviously an issue for those with high overclocks. I have upto this point advised to disable C3 and C6 reports due to idle random bsods when using offset voltage, otherwise they're left on auto (default).

Bit of info from the stable thread:

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When I got my board, I read this too and thought 'what nonsense'.. or at least misinformation.

Owning a Vertex2 I can say that enabling C3 and C6 will slow it down (4k writes especially) and though the M4s on my current build are not affected to the same extent, the SATA throughput is not crippled by disabling C3 and C6. I only checked using AS-SSD and access times don't change either way, if you want I guess Anvil gives more information to prove this either way.

add: you can run 3DMark11 which shows smaller score if you enable C3 and C6 so it does have an impact (negative).
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Yup I can attest to the C3-C6 states lowering throughput of SSDs.

Below are some tests I did earlier with my previous SATA II SSD (Corsair Force120).

WITHOUT C3-C6 states:


WITH C3-C6 states:


The drop is even greater w/ SATA III.

As you can see, though, only my writes are getting handicapped, but at 216MB/s it's pretty fast anyway, so I guess it's only almost a nobrainer. Other sysconfigs may yield different results, so you should test it yourself on your system altho generally I ALWAYS disable C-states while overclocking since I just don't see the need for them.
I believe folmer's testing was with 4.6ghz, but not 100% sure but if it is then it kinda makes sense for all users that run sandforce based ssd's or sata III ssd's to disable C3 and C6 and that obviously means that they should use offset voltage and NOT manual.

what do you make of it?
Edited by munaim1 - 10/8/11 at 10:16am
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