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Ok so my LLC now set to Ultra High, CPu capability 120%, Phase control is optimized
vcore manual to 1.300V and I'm stable with 4.6Ghz ( VRm set to Auto)
I'm seeing 56C temps of off Asus sensor and 68C in Real Temp
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post #5992 of 9343
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Originally Posted by madchemist83 View Post

Ok so my LLC now set to Ultra High, CPu capability 120%, Phase control is optimized
vcore manual to 1.300V and I'm stable with 4.6Ghz ( VRm set to Auto)
I'm seeing 56C temps of off Asus sensor and 68C in Real Temp

Try to get it stable with less LLC and a bit more (just a bit!!) vcore. Use CPU-Z to measure the difference between idle and load (load as in linx with the latest linpack). You will see the vcore drop under load and increase when in idle. Don't worry this is totally normal and called vdroop. This is what you need to know when you want to use offset vcore. Wich is prefferable if you want a 24/7 overclock imo. You will see with a lesser LLC the vcore behaves much more like you want it to be under load. In idle it will get too much voltage but that is only bad for the electrical bill. That's where offset mode comes in handy.

BTW. I trust Realtemp in this case.
Edited by Mieske666 - 1/22/12 at 2:59pm
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Most knowledge about how to overclock a Sandy Bridge processor like the i5 2500K or I7 2600K/2700K can be found in the first few pages of this thread. Read it please!!
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post #5994 of 9343
what would be my TJ max cause that's where I'm seeing 68C on one of the cores (real temp)
my LLC set to ultra high and vcore is manual 1.296V
so if I put offset my vcore will go up and I'll be stable at 4.5 ghz with 1.360 vcore
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what would be my TJ max cause that's where I'm seeing 68C on one of the cores (real temp)
my LLC set to ultra high and vcore is manual 1.296V
so if I put offset my vcore will go up and I'll be stable at 4.5 ghz with 1.360 vcore

TJmax is 95C so you have a good way to go. 68C is not bad at 4.6GHz under load. Not all cores will have the same temp. First you have to know ... (sigh again) what the vdroop will be with normal or high LLC. Overclocking this chip is rather easy but it will take some patience.
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post #5996 of 9343
And see LLC as a patch for a design flaw. You need it but don't be too generous with it. It causes extra heat and extra powerconsumption.
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I'll try to sta at 4.6 ghz for a bit. Looks stable so far.
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Got a problem that just started and can't figure it out. Not overclocking yet (just enabled the Turbo so far), and everything was running fine on my P8Z68-V/GEN3 mobo. Bootup to Win7 was about 12 seconds, worked great for the past two days. Today, it went into sleep mode for about 4 hours. Came out of sleep mode just fine and quickly. However, on next power cycle, it sits at the Asus BIOS screen for about 2 minutes and won't allow entry into BIOS. Then it flashes, BIOS splash screen reappears, then goes to Windows about a minute later.

Once I got in, I disabled sleep mode in Win7 due to having a Sandisk SSD with the Sanforce, ran CrystalDisk that shows the SSD to be 100% healthy (that's where the OS is), and no problems reported anywhere in Windows. Turned off computer again, waited a minute, and same problem. Finally got into BIOS, and all the settings are exactly the way they were set up two days ago.

Figured the slowness of getting past bios screen and to the Windows login screen had something to do with the sleep mode it went into this morning. What do I need to look for to get my speed back to the way it was on bootup? I just can't figure it out, and figured somebody with this mobo must have had the same problem in the past. Thanks!
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what is the reasoning for the two red usb ports on the back of my p8p67deluxe?
i know blue means 3.0 but i have never seen red ones before and was just kind of wondering if it was anything special.

I think red signifies they have extra power (how can I say that without sounding cheesy hahah) for charging devices, not 100% sure though
    
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im thinking of getting a p8z68-v pro/ gen 3 for my build can i run my optical drives on the marvell controlled sata ports(asking because they are the top ones)? im asking because i have 3hdds(one staying in an e-sata external enclosure untill i get a massive backup drive when prices come back down)1ssd one bluray burner and one dvd burner. if not can some one reccomend me an order to put the drives in; is it bad for the chipset to populate all the sata ports?also i was going to use corsair CML16GX3M4A1600C9B do i have to do any thing special to make them stable

what im thinking of doing:
sdd:sata6g1
hdd1(400gb)-sata3g3
hdd2(1tb)sata6g2
asus dvd burner(top position in case): either sata6g_e1 or sata3g6
lg bluray writer(second position is case): either sata6g_e2 or sata 3g5
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