Originally Posted by Mega Man
my laptop died last night sorry。 as i am in china it took me a long time to try and (unsucessfully) fix it. with that said i am on tablet so no spoilers
this is the pettiness. 1.16is .04v far away from 1.2which in the world of cpus is alot where 0.05v can make or break you (or even less). esp when it can add the most heat
Okay point granted. However, as I have mentioned, I got mine higher than 1.35 with no significant change in temperature compared to using just the multi. And, at 2500 CPU-NB, my system would crash anything with lower than 1.3 Volts at 4.8MHz. Should I recommend that if I am not having issues to that known part? NO
Also, pettiness is saying 99% of chips can do 2600 at stock CPU-NB Voltage. Why don't you make a poll to involve everyone on this thread as well as the main Vishera 83XX thread to find out.
Another thing that I never recommended him to go that high on the CPU-NB Voltage. I mentioned repeatedly to observe his temps. Switching from both process. Have I been over-assuming?
my first question is why are you fsb ocing. the volts will stay the same. but you should learn with just multi.
with that said. you need to keep pcieat 100 no matter what until you are more experianced
bump nb volts (not cpu\nb to 1.2-1.25)
IF YOU HAVE A FAN ON YOUR VRM HEATSINKS!!! (if not get one at these ocs they are needed)
cpu power phase control to extreme
cpu power responce control and cpu\nb set to whatever is maximum. (i dont remember atm somone will have to help. as i am getting ready for a funeral i dont have time sorry)
cpu power duty to current control
you dont need hpc enabled when apm is disabled.
lastly that pic where you have ibt running is not ibt avx. ibtavx pushes newer cpus much harder and you may not be stable.
everything else looks ok. but again untill you feel comfortable ocing your cpu. and you know your cpu.
i highly recommend not fsb ocing and just use the multi
There are things in this field that doesn't need strict guidelines. FSB OC vs. Multi only is a choice of the OC'er. Not yours. As to recommendation, you have your techniques that yield you the most acceptable results. That's it. The possibilities in this chips are endless. Some can do very well using just the multi. Others can't. I am one of those who owns a weird chip. The hech can't even be stable at 4.7 using the multi with everything left at stock. RAM, CPU-NB, HT link, you name it except the voltages.
But doing FSB OC, I was able to break higher clocks up to the limit of my cooler. Is that bad? No.
Take your time to listen to others as not everyone got the same chip as yours.
No one would be comfortable with their chips if you'll not let them do what they want to learn.
They are asking questions not just because they don't the answer but to get opinions as well.
not at all i would not try yell at anyone for helping. however he just argues with me. he wont even try in the 83xx thread however. in which he would be told he is wrong. whhat he fails to understamd is i have been here alot longer. pushed several chips much farther then most and proved it. and help alot more people with ocing 83xx chips sucessfully. and across several boards (esp as i own 4 different boards)
Just because you do, doesn't mean you know them all.
And quote, I never argued. I am saying my own experience. If that is already an argument, then I don't know what this is.
So to stop all these, you say what you wanna say, people has the right to listen and not to listen to any advice. But the point is, I am trying to help. If that doesn't coincide with your idea, why don't you just reply on your own without quoting someone telling them they are wrong?
And yeah, P.S. I have never said anything bad on any of your recommendation. You can always look back to the start of your so-called argument.Edited by mus1mus - 4/19/14 at 2:09am