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TwoCables:

I got my p8z68 last night, and also BF3 in the mail. so instead of building I play'd some battlefield. should have been swopping out the board instead, hehe.

But I hope the p8z68 will give me a good time ahead like the p5b did. It's fun to tweak a little, but not 4 a month, and i'm not a hard core OC, so the Gene-z may have been a bitt over my head for my use. General gaming surfing and photo shop.
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Originally Posted by maxmekker View Post
TwoCables:

I got my p8z68 last night, and also BF3 in the mail. so instead of building I play'd some battlefield. should have been swopping out the board instead, hehe.

But I hope the p8z68 will give me a good time ahead like the p5b did. It's fun to tweak a little, but not 4 a month, and i'm not a hard core OC, so the Gene-z may have been a bitt over my head for my use. General gaming surfing and photo shop.
Yeah, I saw the UEFI: it looks very complicated. I mean, it looks like it could give people the impression that overclocking with that board is very difficult.
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Yeah, I saw the UEFI: it looks very complicated. I mean, it looks like it could give people the impression that overclocking with that board is very difficult.
Comming from the p5b+c2d6300 , OC now day's looks like childsplay compared to what it was before. If you just want a mild oc , the auto tuning will probaly work (for folks like me :-8 ) but setting up the the OC in bios don't look that hard anymore either, and with forums like this,help is always near.
I just want my system to be stable. and running stock speed on the cpu (ore it will turbo it self to 3,7 ) and 1066 on the mem to get it to boot is a bitt down I think, hehe.
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post #4684 of 9344
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I have bit wired problem and can't figure it out what is it.
Since Ive upgraded to p67 system I'm having weird problem when I'm doing multiple tasks. Let start with basics, when I want to unrar something, I have to wait for that to finish so I can start working on something else. Or when I copy cd to pc and open web browser web hangs out for few sec. Also if I'm not using second hdd it turns off itself.
I tried with different hdd since ive 3 of them and same thing happpen
so any other suggestions
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Hey I was looking to ask, these new Gen3 mobos, isn't the only difference between them and the regular boards is that they support Ivy Bridge and PCIe 3.0 out of the box? I've heard that the boards just before the Gen3 ones can have all these features with a simple BIOS flash update, though apparently PCIe 3.0 won't work in SLI. Can anyone shed some light on this?
post #4686 of 9344
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Hey I was looking to ask, these new Gen3 mobos, isn't the only difference between them and the regular boards is that they support Ivy Bridge and PCIe 3.0 out of the box? I've heard that the boards just before the Gen3 ones can have all these features with a simple BIOS flash update, though apparently PCIe 3.0 won't work in SLI. Can anyone shed some light on this?
Yes, those are the only differences with these boards. And yes whatever motherboards say '22nm cpu ready' are Ivy-Bridge compatible with a bios flash. However, PCI-Express 3.0 will not 'work' (resorting back to 2.0 if you have a 3.0 card) if you don't have an Ivy Bridge cpu. But, "does it really matter?" is the question. 2.0 cards don't even utilize their full bandwidth, which has been talked to death about, so 3.0 seems more of a marketing gimmick now more than anything.
    
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post #4687 of 9344
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Originally Posted by maxmekker View Post
Comming from the p5b+c2d6300 , OC now day's looks like childsplay compared to what it was before. If you just want a mild oc , the auto tuning will probaly work (for folks like me :-8 ) but setting up the the OC in bios don't look that hard anymore either, and with forums like this,help is always near.
I just want my system to be stable. and running stock speed on the cpu (ore it will turbo it self to 3,7 ) and 1066 on the mem to get it to boot is a bitt down I think, hehe.
Much easier overclocking with Sandy when compared to older platforms.

Just use TwoCables template in the second post of this Club and work from there. You only need to concentrate on multi and Vcore. Otherwise, just set your RAM manually at spec and you're done.

Use Prime95 Blend for stability testing.
    
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I won't personally pass over 85*C with mine with Prime95 (I never use IBT).

I can stress test 5.0GHz, 1.53v, and I never pass over about 81*C in Prime.

So yeah, just keep it under 85*C during Prime, and you'll be just fine. Folding on my chip (that loads at 81*C in Prime), the temperatures are about 65*C, which is MORE than safe.
at full load with 1.53v and a passive heat sink you get 81c.
    
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I won't personally pass over 85*C with mine with Prime95 (I never use IBT).

I can stress test 5.0GHz, 1.53v, and I never pass over about 81*C in Prime.

So yeah, just keep it under 85*C during Prime, and you'll be just fine. Folding on my chip (that loads at 81*C in Prime), the temperatures are about 65*C, which is MORE than safe.
Isn't it better to use IBT (Linpack) since it stresses the CPU more?
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post #4690 of 9344
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No, but it would be impossible. The highest temp I can achieve is in IBT, and that goes over 80°C and Prime95 goes as high as 73°C. The highest temp I can get in Crysis 1 or 2 is about 68 or 69°C if I turn the fans all the way down on my Frio. I have aftermarket fans that can go as low as 800 RPM.

So there's nothing to worry about.
Ok.

1.) When you overclock the CPU, does it "scale" its clock speed in Windows according to load? Or it's just 1600MHz (courtesy of Speedstep) and the overclocked frequency?

2.) What setting of Spread Spectrum is recommended and why?

3.) Is VRM frequency always recommended to be set to 350 KHz?

4.) Is it recommended NOT to change BCLK?

5.) Why is "per core" setting not recommended by many? Does it affect the overclocking potential of the CPU?
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