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Been a while since I posted here but would like to run this OC by you guys. Please let me know if you think it is abnormal or needs something changed

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LLC= ultra high
load = 1.312v
temps @ load= 60/63C

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Been a while since I posted here but would like to run this OC by you guys. Please let me know if you think it is abnormal or needs something changed

44x100
Turbo enabled
manual mode
1.310 v BIOS
LLC= ultra high
load = 1.312v
temps @ load= 60/63C

Sound about right?
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Thanks munaim...did that and it seems like I'm ok. I might be able to lower the volts a bit but if it runs without problems in everyday use ...I will let it be.
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I went to sleep about 130am last night. set it up for 4.7ghz and ran prime95 all night. its now basically 11am. when i started my ambient temps were 61f and now they are 74f. all night and the max temp hit was 82c. at these settings when i play combat arms i hit around 45c.

I'm pretty much thinking this is as far as i can go with this cooler and chip because of thermal limits. later today sometime ill post up my bios settings. maybe there's something i can try that i haven't though of yet that will let me lower the Vcore some more and maybe push a little high. from what i understand tho. I'm right at the normal average Vcore for 4.7 so who knows.




Guess i should post a screen shot that shows the start. or meh. ill just end the test. i know some people around here like 12 hours. but its football day and i wanna get a couple games of combat arms in before kick off. so i guess its my official unofficial stable over clock. ill back with an edit for the other picture

edit:

looks like it was 9 hours 4 minutes. i remember back in the day. you only needed 8hr of prime to be official


here are the bios screen shots. (in no particular order)











"cpu current capability" i am wondering i can lower that to 130 or 120 and if by doing so it might affect temps. Does anyone know if changing this value does lower temps?
Also any shots that are missing like im the ram area everything was set to auto except what you see defines in the screens above.
    
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here are the bios screen shots. (in no particular order)

Did you find that you need Internal PLL Overvoltage enabled?


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Did you find that the DRAM Voltage has to be at 1.53125V, or can you put it back to Auto?

You might be able to get slightly lower core temps if you lower the CPU PLL Voltage to approximately 1.70V. Try different values that hover around 1.70V if this doesn't work.

Also, I recommend enabling CPU Spread Spectrum unless a problem occurs when it is enabled.


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Wow, do we have the same memory?


Quote:
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I forgot if I asked: do you need HyperThreading? Are you using Virtual Machines as well?

I recommend disabling both CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report.


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"cpu current capability" i am wondering i can lower that to 130 or 120 and if by doing so it might affect temps. Does anyone know if changing this value does lower temps?
Also any shots that are missing like im the ram area everything was set to auto except what you see defines in the screens above.
Nah, you covered everything that matters!

I don't know if changing CPU Current Capability will make any difference to temps.
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Did you find that you need Internal PLL Overvoltage enabled?



Did you find that the DRAM Voltage has to be at 1.53125V, or can you put it back to Auto?

You might be able to get slightly lower core temps if you lower the CPU PLL Voltage to approximately 1.70V. Try different values that hover around 1.70V if this doesn't work.

Also, I recommend enabling CPU Spread Spectrum unless a problem occurs when it is enabled.




Wow, do we have the same memory?



I forgot if I asked: do you need HyperThreading? Are you using Virtual Machines as well?

I recommend disabling both CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report.



Nah, you covered everything that matters!

I don't know if changing CPU Current Capability will make any difference to temps.


Did you find that you need Internal PLL Overvoltage enabled?


Yes


Did you find that the DRAM Voltage has to be at 1.53125V, or can you put it back to Auto?

I never used auto. i started at the default voltage for my ram. i probably can back it off and be fine. i was thinking of trying to tighten some of the timings up a little bit.

You might be able to get slightly lower core temps if you lower the CPU PLL Voltage to approximately 1.70V. Try different values that hover around 1.70V if this doesn't work.

I have explored this option as well
.

Also, I recommend enabling CPU Spread Spectrum unless a problem occurs when it is enabled.

Why do you suggest this. for higher overclocks it tends to help with it disabled. I also believe it was a factor of getting stable was for it to be disable

Wow, do we have the same memory?

I think so yes.


I forgot if I asked: do you need HyperThreading? Are you using Virtual Machines as well?

Yes, i do a lot of video transcoding of big files 7-12gb in size and Yes, i run virtual box from oracle.

I recommend disabling both CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report.

what are these and how do they affect stability ?
    
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Did you find that you need Internal PLL Overvoltage enabled?


Yes
Aw damn. What happened when you disabled it?


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Did you find that the DRAM Voltage has to be at 1.53125V, or can you put it back to Auto?

I never used auto. i started at the default voltage for my ram. i probably can back it off and be fine. i was thinking of trying to tighten some of the timings up a little bit.
Oh. Good idea. hehe


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You might be able to get slightly lower core temps if you lower the CPU PLL Voltage to approximately 1.70V. Try different values that hover around 1.70V if this doesn't work.

I have explored this option as well
.
Aw man...


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Also, I recommend enabling CPU Spread Spectrum unless a problem occurs when it is enabled.

Why do you suggest this. for higher overclocks it tends to help with it disabled. I also believe it was a factor of getting stable was for it to be disable
For Sandy Bridge, CPU Spread Spectrum only needs to be disabled when adjusting the BCLK. Otherwise, leaving it enabled is good (except for some Z68 boards because the BCLK otherwise sometimes drops down to 98 MHz).


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Wow, do we have the same memory?

I think so yes.
Ooh, good.


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I forgot if I asked: do you need HyperThreading? Are you using Virtual Machines as well?

Yes, i do a lot of video transcoding of big files 7-12gb in size and Yes, i run virtual box from oracle.
Ok cool.


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I recommend disabling both CPU C3 Report and CPU C6 Report.

what are these and how do they affect stability ?
When using an Offset voltage, having these set to Auto can sometimes result in lock-ups under low load conditions - although it's relatively rare. Having them enabled almost guarantees instability in low load conditions such as BSODs and lock-ups. So having them Disabled usually eliminates the chances of low-load instability altogether.
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Aw damn. What happened when you disabled it?

Oh. Good idea. hehe

Aw man...

For Sandy Bridge, CPU Spread Spectrum only needs to be disabled when adjusting the BCLK. Otherwise, leaving it enabled is good (except for some Z68 boards because the BCLK otherwise sometimes drops down to 98 MHz).

Ooh, good.

Ok cool.

When using an Offset voltage, having these set to Auto can sometimes result in lock-ups under low load conditions - although it's relatively rare. Having them enabled almost guarantees instability in low load conditions such as BSODs and lock-ups. So having them Disabled usually eliminates the chances of low-load instability altogether.
when it was disabled i would post and then start to boot windows. but at a certain part of the boot up it would lock up and freeze everytime. by turning that on. i was able to successfully boot into windows and at a much lower vcore as well

as for the spread spectrum. i was indeed messing with the bclk i think that is why i had it set that way.

so far the system appears to be completely normal. even at idle.
    
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when it was disabled i would post and then start to boot windows. but at a certain part of the boot up it would lock up and freeze everytime. by turning that on. i was able to successfully boot into windows and at a much lower vcore as well

as for the spread spectrum. i was indeed messing with the bclk i think that is why i had it set that way.

so far the system appears to be completely normal. even at idle.
Yeah, Auto C3 and C6 worked for me for about 2 months and then my system locked up when it went down to idle at some random point, so I disabled C3 and C6 just in case that was the culprit. I think that it has only been about 1 month since then, so I don't know yet.

Anyway, BCLK tuning can be fun since it makes the overclocking a little more interesting, so yeah leave CPU Spread Spectrum disabled. hehe I have no idea of what changes when it's disabled except I think having it enabled is supposed to protect against EMI or something.
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Yeah, Auto C3 and C6 worked for me for about 2 months and then my system locked up when it went down to idle at some random point, so I disabled C3 and C6 just in case that was the culprit. I think that it has only been about 1 month since then, so I don't know yet.

Anyway, BCLK tuning can be fun since it makes the overclocking a little more interesting, so yeah leave CPU Spread Spectrum disabled. hehe I have no idea of what changes when it's disabled except I think having it enabled is supposed to protect against EMI or something.


not to sure. but i am thinking of disabling hyper threading and seeing what i can get just with the 4 cores as well. just for fun.


edit:
this looks interesting. wonder if i could stable it out


Edited by Trippen Out - 10/24/11 at 10:45pm
    
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