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I don't know if whether or not it should be considered good or bad. At least, I don't know yet.
Ok. I guess I should bring up this concern in the Sandy Stable club.

I also don't understand why the reading of CPU-Z and the UEFI monitor are the same when I expected that they shouldn't be.
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Ok. I guess I should bring up this concern in the Sandy Stable club.

I also don't understand why the reading of CPU-Z and the UEFI monitor are the same when I expected that they shouldn't be.
Well, both Sandy Bridge and 1155 motherboards are very different from previous generations.

So everything you're experiencing is probably perfectly normal. I mean, I am also considering that this is the first time in the past 3½ months (since the day I started paying attention to Sandy Bridge) that I've ever seen this brought up.
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Everywhere, actually. lol!

Let me just confirm, the idle VCore in CPU-Z (at desired multi) is always lower than the one set in UEFI, right? Because of VDrop.

No. I just got my ASUS board tonight, vcore set and CPUz read are the same - within .01v, you are focussing on .004-.01v which is too small to matter. Ignore fluctuations that small. On my cheaper Gigabyte board though, with much less built-up power regulation, I did see more drop. Also, I haven't tested this on the ASUS board yet, but, the higher my LLC level, the lower my idle vcore would be - it could be way under what was set in bios when I used a higher level LLC.

And VDroop makes the load VCore in CPU-Z always less than the idle VCore (at desired multi), correct? Depends on your LLC level. At middle levels, probably. At Extreme, I've load voltage +.020 or +.025

Is it recommended to set PLL voltage initially at 1.7V?
I just re-upped my PLL to 1.8...to many variables changing at once, but I'm trying to get 4.8 right off the bat. at 1.7 I wasn't stable, but again I'm not necessarily pointing my fingers there. On my Gigabyte board I was fine at 1.710.

Now I have a question of my own...I switched out from a 2500K to a 2600K tonight...is the 2600K known to be hotter than the 2500K? I'm about 7-8C higher, and don't know whether that's because I changed out the thermal compound from stock on the H80 to AS5, or is it the nature of more cores running (which would be logical)?

The 2600 isn't a 'golden chip', oh well. Taking more vcore at 4.8 than my 2500 did, though only a small increment more.
Edited by keto - 10/28/11 at 9:57pm
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Hiya!
I'd like to join this club, if I may... I've got a P8P67 EVO!
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Get the latest bios and get a good 4.5 - 4.8GHz Prime95 Blend stable overclock, and you're pretty much set

That CM Hyper 212+ will handle about 1.4v full load Vcore. So 4.5GHz is a given, and if you have a good 2500K, then 4.7GHz - 4.9GHz could be done with that cooler. As long as you stay with Prime95, and stay away from that ridiculous LinX/IBT AVX enabled overkill test.
nice. will stay at stock untill I'm sure it's stable. To many bad day's with the gene-z. And over the p5b c2d 6300 it's lightning fast :-)

ohh, can you add me to the list ? so I can wear the badge on honor
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I'd like to join this club, if I may... I've got a P8P67 EVO!
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nice. will stay at stock untill I'm sure it's stable. To many bad day's with the gene-z. And over the p5b c2d 6300 it's lightning fast :-)

ohh, can you add me to the list ? so I can wear the badge on honor
Added you guys! Welcome to the Club!

maxmekker: Crossing my fingers for you having better luck with this board

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The 2600 isn't a 'golden chip', oh well. Taking more vcore at 4.8 than my 2500 did, though only a small increment more.
Turn off hyperthreading and your temps will go back to what they were on the 2500.
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No matter what, temps will vary from chip to chip. Even if they run the same Vcore, cooling and have the same ambients.

Each chip is different. Looks like a trend that the chips with the lowest VID (Usually the best overclockers) actually run hotter VS the ones with high VID (Usually the bad overclockers) when at the same Vcore.

But of course, disabling Hyperthreading in a 2600K will help temps greatly, and also will help achieving the same overclock at a lower Vcore VS HT-On.
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TwoCables

A little off topic: What are your max load temps on that ASUS DirectCU II GTX 580?
I have the same card. I overstressing it a bit .

Here is a screenshot a little bit scaled. That upload limit

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