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post #7691 of 9343
Intel Burn Test gets my temps at least 10 degrees higher than Prime95.

I am at

It's stable at the moment but looking to lower my voltage to improve temps. I Have a Hyper 212 Evo.
post #7692 of 9343
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

so the board is out of the case right now.?
look for any busted/blown caps.?
(I ask because now it won't even post..)

Board looks nice and clean. No fry marks at all. I'm hoping it is just the memory sticks or the board warning lights would not be set off. Fans and everything else hooked up to it still run. It just won't post past the red memory light of death.
post #7693 of 9343
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I was wondering if this motherboard (z68 deluxe) includes a SSD of (4gb) to be used as caching or I'm just dreaming or cofused about this? tongue.gif

 

Unfortunately, it doesn't:

 

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z68_DELUXE/

 

The way this one works is it can use a solid state drive that you purchase and install as hard drive cache.

 

 

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Originally Posted by brfield View Post

Intel Burn Test gets my temps at least 10 degrees higher than Prime95.
I am at
It's stable at the moment but looking to lower my voltage to improve temps. I Have a Hyper 212 Evo.

 

It's normal for IBT to make the core temps higher, but IBT shouldn't be used because this is really all it does for Sandy Bridge.  Prime95's Blend test is the best stability test for these CPUs.

 

However, I see some problems:

 

  1. The CPU's core voltage is significantly higher than it needs to be for this overclock
  2. The BCLK is at 103.0 MHz, but it is better (and easier) to leave it at 100.0 MHz

 

How did you arrive at these settings?

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post #7694 of 9343
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so the board is out of the case right now.?
look for any busted/blown caps.?
(I ask because now it won't even post..)

Board looks nice and clean. No fry marks at all. I'm hoping it is just the memory sticks or the board warning lights would not be set off. Fans and everything else hooked up to it still run. It just won't post past the red memory light of death.
hope for the best, but all sticks of RAM tested bad, each one individually wouldn't boot.?
post #7695 of 9343
Using the default profile shown in the first post isn't stable for me, I'm trying to find a good 4.8 ghz, but I might have to settle for 4.5

Setting the offset to 0.050 doesn't even get me a stable clock at 4.8ghz.
post #7696 of 9343
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Using the default profile shown in the first post isn't stable for me, I'm trying to find a good 4.8 ghz, but I might have to settle for 4.5
Setting the offset to 0.050 doesn't even get me a stable clock at 4.8ghz.

 

But how did you arrive at the settings you have now?  Did you enter all of them manually in the UEFI BIOS, or how did you do it?

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post #7697 of 9343
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But how did you arrive at the settings you have now?  Did you enter all of them manually in the UEFI BIOS, or how did you do it?
It was a little bit of a combo of the auto OC just to test it and some manual bumps. I have changed it to

And that is stable.

Why it's at 99.9 MHz, IDK. I have it set to 100.0 in BIOS, but w/e
Edited by brfield - 11/12/12 at 8:56pm
post #7698 of 9343
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hope for the best, but all sticks of RAM tested bad, each one individually wouldn't boot.?

Yup, I tried both sticks by themselves and in all 4 slots and as soon as I turned it on the red light by the memory lit up and it would mot even give me any beeping at all. But if I turned it on with no sticks installed I would get the beeping telling me there was no memory installed.
post #7699 of 9343
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It was a little bit of a combo of the auto OC just to test it and some manual bumps. I have changed it to

And that is stable.
Why it's at 99.9 MHz, IDK. I have it set to 100.0 in BIOS, but w/e

 

The settings in the OP are just a general starting point.

 

Why do you have the voltage that high?

 

Disabling Spread Spectrum will allow the BCLK to be at 100.0 MHz.

 

I recommend avoiding all automatic overclocking and doing everything manually directly in the UEFI BIOS.

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post #7700 of 9343
I blue screen with anything under that voltage so far. I am trying to lower it one step at a time.

So far, I'm stable at 4.5 with my offset set to +0.030 V. Total voltage is 1.44 right now, Coretemp says my VID is 1.4111 V at this clock.

Now, I'm down to an offset of +0.020, creeping down.

Sorry for so many edits, keeping it current. ----

Upped to 4.6GHz at same offset. I'm trying.

Staying at 4.6GHz with an offset of .020 due to temps and stability. Thanks guys.
Edited by brfield - 11/12/12 at 9:24pm
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