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i5-2500K 4.8ghz at 1.26v

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Hey all,

First time OC'er here.

I'm not using this as a "hey look at my e-peen" ok, so save the flame/troll remarks.

I am interested to see if CPUz could be displaying my Vcore incorrectly, is it the Absolute best program to view my Vcore? and how do i view the Vcore in bios under load?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

cheers,

Ishi

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I'd say it's the best program..


But you've just been able to start prime.. try run for 12 hours, I bet ya that it will BSOD before
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12hrs! lol

Hmm, i suppose i could go to sleep and let it run...

What about IBT? should i run that?

Edit: i should also mention that i have only set the multiplier to 48, everything else is on auto
post #4 of 41
Is your CPU Volts on auto as well? If so it might not cause any trouble, but I'd definitely recommend putting it on manual.

I agree that you have the best programs and the only once you'll need to find out your stability. Blend test with Prime 95 for about 12hrs sound about right (the longer, the better). Good luck.
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12hrs! lol

Hmm, i suppose i could go to sleep and let it run...

What about IBT? should i run that?

Edit: i should also mention that i have only set the multiplier to 48, everything else is on auto
Use the newer IBT/LinX with AVX if you have Windows 7 SP1 installed. IBT/LinX don't stress the 1155 chips unless they have the new instruction sets.

12 hours is what I test on Prime95 blend.
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Is your CPU Volts on auto as well? If so it might not cause any trouble, but I'd definitely recommend putting it on manual.

I agree that you have the best programs and the only once you'll need to find out your stability. Blend test with Prime 95 for about 12hrs sound about right (the longer, the better). Good luck.
Would i need a newer version of MOBO bios to set the voltage to manual? i have F2 atm (P67A-UD4-B3), and should i set the manual voltage to say 1.3v?

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Use the newer IBT/LinX with AVX if you have Windows 7 SP1 installed. IBT/LinX don't stress the 1155 chips unless they have the new instruction sets.

12 hours is what I test on Prime95 blend.
I have Windows 7 with SP1
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post #7 of 41
I'm jelly

It would take 1.5VCore for me to stabilize at 4.8 - 1.536VCore for 5GHz flat. Maybe I should turn off HT.
    
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I'm jelly

It would take 1.5VCore for me to stabilize at 4.8 - 1.536VCore for 5GHz flat. Maybe I should turn off HT.
Whoah, you got a really voltage hungry 2600k there...

Mine does 4.8GHz with HT Enabled at 1.328v-1.35v.
    
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My i5 2500K will need about 1.47v - 1.48v to be Prime95 Blend stable at 4.8GHz. Keep it at 4.5GHz ~1.368v for 24/7
    
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Yea, I run 4.5Ghz 1.4VCore 24/7. I regret selling my UD4 and switching to this GD65. The GD65 sometimes decides that my CPU needs an extra .05 volts sometimes, or sometimes it thinks that it should just take away .05 volts.
    
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