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i just kept the BCLK at 100 and put the multiplier at 48.
And your not stable at 4.8, 1.4v? I would'nt advice for you to go above 1.4v but since your still 70-80 range of temps, try increasing it bit by bit like 1.410, 1.420 and so on until your stable @ 4.8. Stop increasing the vcore if your temp reach 85+ while running stress test.
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i am stable now at 1.42 but not 1.4. ill give 1.41 a try later. im just amazed though that you were able to reach 5.2 on 1.4 but i couldnt even get 4.8 on 1.4...=/

did i get a chip from the lower batch?
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i am stable now at 1.42 but not 1.4. ill give 1.41 a try later. im just amazed though that you were able to reach 5.2 on 1.4 but i couldnt even get 4.8 on 1.4...=/

did i get a chip from the lower batch?

It's not exactly 1.4v but i think its between 1.45 - 1.5. I dont' know the exact value 'coz im not home right now and my files are there. You should be able to reach 5Ghz between 1.4v - 1.5v. Work your way through if your stable at 4.8 try 4.9. If it fails stress test increase your vcore. .

Im not sure about the bad chip though.
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post #14 of 24
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yea im only stable at 4.8 running vcore 1.42. im fine with just being at 4.8. just looking to see where my chip stands or if im doing anything wrong.
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Yeah ur fine with your temps don't worry.
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post #16 of 24
Yes your temps are to high at 1.52v for me i get 34c on idle.

Ambient temp is 71f
Edited by Rucka315 - 6/10/11 at 1:22am
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ahh really? ic. im not sure what i can change
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post #18 of 24
HT is probably the only thing that sets 2600k apart from 2500k. if you were to disable it, that will defeat the purpose of buying a 2600k. HT allows 1 core to be used as 2 cores (at least that's what your computer will see it as). so you'll essentially have 8 cores with HT on, making multitasking much faster & smoother - this works by giving 1 core 2 threads/tasks to work on. however games are yet to be able to take advantage of HT. so if you plan on playing games 24/7, disable HT & you'll be able to achieve a much higher & stable oc (again, let me emphasize that HT is why 2600k was made).

70-80deg using an air cooler is normal @ 1.4v+ there is nothing wrong with your cpu or cooler. if you feel the temps are too high or unstable you can try the following:

• use bclk to oc, it usually requires less voltage to achieve the same oc - that is not it's main purpose however. it is meant to allow users with an already maxed oc to achieve a slightly even higher oc. take note that you will need oc-able ram as bclk ocs ram as well. this will only allow you to oc your cpu 0.1-0.2GHz more before getting unstable. ie from 4.5GHz, your max will be 4.7GHz using bclk. better temp, stability is dependent on ram

• lower voltages and try to maintain stability at the same time. ie if your 4.5GHz oc needs 1.36v, try slowly lowering it to 1.33v instead to remain stable. better temp, less stable

• enable c1e, it will lower clocks whenever the cpu is at idle. healthier cpu

• settle for a lower oc. 4.6GHz should be fine. better temp, better stability, slightly slower

• if LLC/LoadLine Calibration is at 100%, try lowering to 50-75%. note: this gives overall less voltage whenever your cpu goes under load. better temp, less stability

*take note that when looking at temps, the only thing you really need to take note of is the load temp. idle temp is just a gauge for your case or room temp.
Edited by Dust - 6/10/11 at 2:06am
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ok thanks =] thats very reassuring
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post #20 of 24
even with ht on he shouldn't be getting that high of idle temps with that cooler unless his room is hot as the sun.
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