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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

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post #4371 of 10171
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Originally Posted by pendrago View Post

So, how about now? What voltage do you need to run your CPU/NB at 2600 MHz and is this configuration stable? Could you give us any hints or maybe your entire configuration in BIOS ? You compare 1100 T to FX and it's not the same. I had 1090 T and to have CPU/NB at 3000 MHz I needed 1.29 V smile.gif Having FX chip is quite different. Of course I can run CPU/NB at 2200 MHz with only 1.24 V. Then when I tried to up the speed to 2400 MHz I needed 1.31-1.33 V - really smile.gif And for what chips stock voltage is 1.15 V ? Zambezi? Piledriver?

hate to bother you again, but did you ever adjust the dram voltage frequency in the digi power settings?
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post #4372 of 10171
^^^^
Yeap! I have recently been playing around with this setting. But you meant VRM Voltage Frequency ?
I have changed this to 350 KHz (which should be safe setting), hoping to gain some stability but, well, I haven't seen any difference. The only difference was that heat went up on my VRM. Then I have reverted it back to AUTO.

But take a look at this post http://www.overclock.net/t/981987/high-cpu-voltages-vrm-frequencies/0_50
Maybe you'll find it useful.
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Does anyone here use the OC Tuner in the bios? I'm new to OCing and didn't want to fry anything by doing it manually.
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post #4375 of 10171
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Does anyone here use the OC Tuner in the bios? I'm new to OCing and didn't want to fry anything by doing it manually.

You are more likely to fry something using OC tuner than by doing it manually. But most people are fine. What I would recommend is that if you do not feel safe OCing it yourself then go a head and run OC tuner. Then boot into windows launch CPU-z, turbo evo in aisuite, and prime95. Go ahead and turn prime95 on. Then 2 clicks are a time start reducing the vcore until the one of the workers in prime95 stops, prime95 hangs, or the computer hangs. While you are lowering the voltage make sure you keep track of how many clicks it was that you lowered it. Not the voltage it says in turbo evo but how many clicks. Also note the voltage that it reads in CPU-z.

Once something that shows instability has showed it's face go a head and set the vcore in the bios to 3 clicks higher than when you had a problem if it was a failed worker or prime95 hung or 4 clicks higher than if the entire OS locked up. So for example if you reduced it 10 clicks and then had an issue and the issue was a failed worker then we are going to make a change of 7 clicks which is a reduction of .035v (.005v per click). So go into the bios where the voltage is and make that change wether it is offset mode or manual mode does't matter at this time.

Save the bios, reboot into windows, launch cpu-z, prime95, and real temp. Set real temp to shut the computer down if you reach 15c from tjmax. Run prime95 overnight and make not of the voltage displayed in cpu-z.

I would recommend removing the case panel and pointing a small AC fan into the case.

Like this... the reason being that normally you will never hit the temperatures caused in prime95 so it is ok to cheat and have a big fan pointed at the computer. When you are not using prime95 or some other stress test application there will be no need for this fan.

If prime95 makes it 12HRs then this should be a good safe speed and safe voltage for you. It will probably be quite a bit lower voltage than what auto tuner set for you but auto tuner wants to make it so it is unlikely that you ever crash and honestly trades that reduces chance of crashing for a highly increased amount of heat.

The next thing you can do to make things better is that if voltage was in manual mode then I would recommend trying to achieve the same voltage with LLC set to the lowest ON setting which should be medium and the voltage mode set to offset. All you need to do to achieve this is change the LLC mode then change the voltage mode to offset. Change the offset to the highest yellow setting. Go into windows turn CPU-z on run prime95 for just a few seconds noting the voltage. Take the difference in the voltage so if it is .03 volts higher then you can remember it as the amount of voltage off or how many clicks off. Go into the bios and reduce the offset by the difference it was over. Then retest and make sure you are at the same voltage you had achieved from the 12HR prime95 test. At this time you should be done and stable running prime95 again fro 12HRs would be a good idea. I final stability test would be to use Intel Burn Test and but only with 2 threads. This will test a heavy 2 process load on your processor ensuring that your non full load stability is fine as well. This is also a good way to test your computers stability after enabling power saving features in the bios since if they caused instability it is usually not at full load it is usually under partial load.


This has been basically a backwards way to over clock but if you are afraid to find your own maximum this will result in a safe clock that gives you peace of mind that it is a speed that auto tuner decided was ok and at temperatures that are most likely much lower than what auto tuner thinks is ok.
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Can one find information of motherboard BIOS on box ??
post #4377 of 10171
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Can one find information of motherboard BIOS on box ??

It ran my fx-8320 on the factory shipped bios if that means anything to you. (R 2.0 version)
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post #4378 of 10171
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^^^^^^
And that proves ...? What? Higher CPU overclock 4.8 GHZ and CPU/NB 2.6 GHz speeds up your RAM bandwidth and reduces your memory latency? rolleyes.gif
Edited by pendrago - 3/11/13 at 6:47pm
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post #4379 of 10171
I never have oc'd my NB can someone fill me in on a couple details? where in the bios? temps? volts? ratios? etc?
I hear it can really boost performance.
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post #4380 of 10171
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Can one find information of motherboard BIOS on box ??

can i ask why does it matter? worst case download new one on usp stick and use the bios flash by plugging it into the right usb port and push the button doesnt even need to boot

side note :

just put Gskill 2400 16gb in and got it running >:O currently on ~30 min of prime will update with settings soon if stable. and yes it is running @ 2400

have to say these things are massive
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