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I've stopped at 4.7GHz at 1.28v because my Hyper 212+ can't go much further. Its peaking at 81 in the intel burn test (although when core 3 is 81, core 1 is only 70). The temps are lower under prime95 (71 max, 67 average). Will def push it further when I get a better cooler, but pretty pleased with the results.
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I've stopped at 4.7GHz at 1.28v because my Hyper 212+ can't go much further. Its peaking at 81 in the intel burn test (although when core 3 is 81, core 1 is only 70). The temps are lower under prime95 (71 max, 67 average). Will def push it further when I get a better cooler, but pretty pleased with the results.
I wouldn't bother with IBT if I were you. Instead use Prime95 Blend temps as a measure for your max temp. IBT is not a good stability test VS Prime95. IBT is mostly good for heating the CPU up to insane levels and is no good indicator for stability.
    
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I wouldn't bother with IBT if I were you. Instead use Prime95 Blend temps as a measure for your max temp. IBT is not a good stability test VS Prime95. IBT is mostly good for heating the CPU up to insane levels and is no good indicator for stability.
It's faster to find errors... Sig Rig..I can run Prime95 blend for 48 hours..But PC restarts after 2 mins during IBT.
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Finally took the courage and decided to use LLC. Took a step back to 4.7GHz since I figured it would be much easier than trying to stabilize 4.8GHz which I'm having difficulty with.

Did some test with different LLC setting with fixed Vcore voltage of 1.35V on my Asrock Z68 Extreme 4 to see how it will affect the overall Vcore voltage.

With LLC Level 5 & Vcore fixed at 1.35V
- BIOS read 1.264V
- CPU-Z read 1.304V for Idle (Vdrop of est.0.05V)
- CPU-Z read 1.240V for Load (Vdroop of est. 0.06V)

With LLC Level 4 & Vcore fixed at 1.35V
- BIOS read 1.280V
- CPU-Z read 1.32V for Idle (Vdrop of est. 0.03V)
- CPU-Z read 1.26V for Load (Vdroop of est. 0.06V)

With LLC Level 3 & Vcore fixed at 1.35V
- BIOS read 1.304V
- CPU-Z read 1.328V for Idle (Vdrop of est. 0.02V)
- CPU-Z read 1.288V for Load (Vdroop of est. 0.04V)

Next, I switch back to default LLC Level 5 and use offset value for my Vcore. Did several tests on different offset value and found out that using offset -0.015V gives me the original BIOS Vcore reading of 1.264V which is the exact same reading I get from using LLC Level 5 and Vcore fixed value of 1.35V.

I repeated the same tests I did earlier with different LLC setting but with offset value this time round to make sure I get the same result as when I'm using fixed Vcore value. Got the same result? Checked!

Maintaining the same offset value of -0.015V and 47x Multiplier, I changed my LLC level to 3 and run Prime95 Blend test for 8hrs to check for stability issue.

8hrs later... No BSOD! Yippee!

Vcore reading when Idle



Vcore reading when Load



LLC Level 4 would probably eliminate the vdrop/vdroop but didn't want to do that since more vdrop/vdroop means lower level of spike when load changes, right? Might be wrong, I have no proof for it, just something I thought up of. To make me feel better in using LLC I guess.

Next, will be trying out for 4.8GHz.
Edited by loftystew - 6/16/11 at 5:26am
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I would watch out for those temps, also what I found is that my chip requires about 0.01v more to be stable for more than 1 week of solid folding. Right now I have it 4.8Ghz@1.3875v, before I had it at 1.36x and it BSOD'ed after 4 days of straight folding

Personally I would never want to hit 80'c, and try to stay under 75'c. 85'c is really hot and I have my thermal shutdown at that temp IIRC
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I would watch out for those temps, also what I found is that my chip requires about 0.01v more to be stable for more than 1 week of solid folding. Right now I have it 4.8Ghz@1.3875v, before I had it at 1.36x and it BSOD'ed after 4 days of straight folding

Personally I would never want to hit 80'c, and try to stay under 75'c. 85'c is really hot and I have my thermal shutdown at that temp IIRC
The temp hover around mostly at 75-78C all the time during blend test. Seldom did it go past 80C.

Anyway, I'm not going to fold with it. The most intensive activity I will doing all the time with this PC will be to play games so I doubt I will be even hitting more than 75C so I guess it will be fine.

The only time I got thermal shutdown is when I forgot to power the H60 pump by plugging it to the motherboard. Not knowing that, I tried powering up the PC thrice. Talk about 'Ouch!'. Luckily my chip not fried from my stupidity.
Edited by loftystew - 6/16/11 at 5:34am
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If you're only gaming then rather go for 4.5Ghz and a lower vcore
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If you're only gaming then rather go for 4.5Ghz and a lower vcore
Thanks for worrying. Yea, figured that the difference between 4.5GHz and 4.7GHz, 200MHz wouldn't make a difference. Just wanted to see how far I can push, for fun sake. *Point at the topic's title*

Anyway, I haven't tried fine-tuning the Vcore yet. 1.35V is just a random figure I set for 4.7GHz to see if it works. It might use lesser Vcore, if I'm lucky.
Edited by loftystew - 6/16/11 at 5:43am
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Thats hot. I'm at 4.7 GHz at 1.28v load, apparently as low as 0.816v idle but tends to hover around 1v and my max temps for prime blend were 67/72/75/70 and even thats a bit high for me.
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This thread depresses me~ -_-

I can't get this system anywhere near stable past 4.5 without it being at or over 1.4. Nothing I try works~ and I do mean nothing. I've seen my computer BSOD over 100 times on boot.

I'm sad that my first Sandy Bridge seems to be a total dud. You're lucky you're even able to get the voltages you do.

When I see people doing 4.7 on 1.28vcore~ like the above poster and I can only do 4.5 at like, 1.35 or more, it makes me want to just return this piece of crap chip, but I can't. *laughs*
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