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Running 4.79GHz right now, exact tpf is 37m52s, dropped the cpu freq a tad after grandpa's warning that the 6903 would be harder on stability and temps. I wouldn't be surprised if I could drop the tpf a few minutes more with finetuning, usually pushing harder on the memory and less on the frequency seems to help for folding at higher overclocks.
     
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darn . that's nice.. Are you folding with the rig in your sig? .. Great rig.
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Here's a bunch of data from my 980x: http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ck-bigadv.html

Now i'm running a 990x and getting 17.1min tpf on 6901 and 38min tpf on 6903, I haven't optimized the 990x yet the way I did for the 980x though
Yea. I have been trying to base my OC off of your results actually.
Still working out bugs. Thats kind of why I made this thread. To see a comparison of VOLTAGES, BLCK, MULTI vs TFP. Thats why I stated in OP that I wanted VOLTAGES too... some peeps must have missed that part
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Asking for voltages will really do you no good at all. I have 4 980X and 970's running 2 of each + 1 920. The voltages vary no 2 are the same I have 1 that takes 1.36v to run 4.3Ghz 1 takes 1.33v, 1 takes 1.42v and 1 will not run at 4.3 no matter how many volts I give it. There are allot of things that are important when it come to OCing a 1366 look around at the different folders out there running them.

Just for instance when stern first posted his 980X OC and frame times he was achieving a higher OC than I was, but his frame times were quite a bit slower than mine. I gave him a few tips most of which he did not believe, due to the things other people have said about the 1366 CPU's. Such as memory speed and timings does not matter, those quick and easy OC guides etc. stern decided to test what I was telling him rather than just dismiss it and discovered that there is more to these 1366 CPU's than what most people realize.

They are pretty easy to OC but they are not that easy to get the OC right. If you OC a 980X correctly at 4.2Ghz that 4.2Ghz OC will out fold 90% of the people that are OCed to 4.4 or 4.5. It takes time and patients to properly OC a 1366 CPU. Your most important settings are going to be Vcore Voltage, Ram QPI Voltage, and you will have to find the best balance between them. The correct BCLK Multiplier and odd or even does not seem to make a difference it depends on the cpu. And the QPI multiplier. Do not stop at your highest Ghz settings they may not be your best performance setting. All of mine actually preform best a less than there highest folding stable OC.
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Would you mind going into detail about these tips. I'd like to fine tune my OC further.
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Check out Stern's thread and start testing until you find your best settings. He did a very good job of documenting what he did and the results of it. As I said above Your most important settings are going to be Vcore Voltage, Ram QPI Voltage, and you will have to find the best balance between them. The correct BCLK Multiplier and odd or even does not seem to make a difference it depends on the cpu. And the QPI multiplier. Do not stop at your highest Ghz settings they may not be your best performance setting. All of mine actually preform best a less than there highest folding stable OC.

Test and re test until you find the best settings.

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ck-bigadv.html
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How do this OC testing work in the practical sense? What I mean is are you running a WU,notice the change you made increased your TPF so you stop the WU,do a restart and make a change in the BIOS and go back to measuring TPF's OR do you make changes till you get a blue screen then go back into it and work until no more blue screen?

I know how to work a OC while using a stress test tool but if my tool is an actual WU, well I have lost the WU with a "failed overclock" message and then you get a new WU and your completition percentage drops. Now I could probably flat out fail 100 WU's before I am in completition percentage danger but repeated WU failure is not really the way I want to do it, so how is it suppose to happen?
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How do this OC testing work in the practical sense? What I mean is are you running a WU,notice the change you made increased your TPF so you stop the WU,do a restart and make a change in the BIOS and go back to measuring TPF's OR do you make changes till you get a blue screen then go back into it and work until no more blue screen?

I know how to work a OC while using a stress test tool but if my tool is an actual WU, well I have lost the WU with a "failed overclock" message and then you get a new WU and your completition percentage drops. Now I could probably flat out fail 100 WU's before I am in completition percentage danger but repeated WU failure is not really the way I want to do it, so how is it suppose to happen?
Save a copy of folding folder to the desk top disconnect from the Internet. When ever you make a change or corrupt the WU copy the folder back to it's original location. That way you will not loose the WU and you will always be running the same frames for your comparisons.
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OK, I never thought about always running the same frames.
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OK, I never thought about always running the same frames.
I prefer to use smp work units for my initial testing.
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