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What are your temps with hyper-threading ON? Have you tried setting the QPI/DRAM manually instead of AUTO? Also, do you know the batch # for your D0 chip? There are a few threads that have spreadsheets for how a particular batch number D0 i7 chip runs. Good Luck! biggrin.gif
With HT ON the Average temperature is around 80C. Yes, I tried.
The batch is 3945A818.
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1.375v with LLC enabled is quite high and most D0s should not need that much to reach 4.2GHz, though some will.

1.9v CPU PLL is also very high. I've yet to encounter an LGA-1366 chip that even benefited from increasing PLL, and I've run most of mine around 1.3-1.7v (down from the 1.8v stock).
I've tried lots of setting in my own and given by others as well, non of those works out for my CPU. I also followed few i7 overclocking guide from different sites (e.g: Overclock.net, AnandTech and etc). Most of them can reach 4.2GHz with HT ON and voltage below mine with D0 chip. But in my case I couldn't even turn on HT even though the voltage is way too high. My D0 chip acquiring voltage more than C0/C1
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since you are water cooling depending on your ambient temps(room temp) will depict your temps
even air cooling depends on ambient, but we spoke about his ambient in previous post


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I've tried lots of setting in my own and given by others as well, non of those works out for my CPU. I also followed few i7 overclocking guide from different sites (e.g: Overclock.net, AnandTech and etc). Most of them can reach 4.2GHz with HT ON and voltage below mine with D0 chip. But in my case I couldn't even turn on HT even though the voltage is way too high. My D0 chip acquiring voltage more than C0/C1
You are doing something wrong in your overclock, PLL maybe, memory timing too tight? If you follow the guide a provided step by step. it suppose to do, after you have to play with PLL, timings, skew, PCIE Mhz, maybe bumping the vcore a notch
Edited by KaRLiToS - 7/16/11 at 4:29pm
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I've tried lots of setting in my own and given by others as well, non of those works out for my CPU. I also followed few i7 overclocking guide from different sites (e.g: Overclock.net, AnandTech and etc). Most of them can reach 4.2GHz with HT ON and voltage below mine with D0 chip. But in my case I couldn't even turn on HT even though the voltage is way too high. My D0 chip acquiring voltage more than C0/C1
Don't feel too bad....... I have a C0 i7 that needs 1.425v Vcore to get to 3.9ghz I never did try for 4ghz with that one as I didn't want to run the Vcore any higher than that for 24/7.

One thing, did you check for an interference fit of the CPU block around the socket? Sometimes the caps around the socket are spaced too close and the block, or retaining device, hits them preventing it from laying completely flat on the CPU chip.

Also, what application procedure are you using to apply the MX-4? Pea-sized blob, rice-grain, smoothing with finger or credit card? It can make a difference if you are not applying it correctly or using enough TIM
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You are doing something wrong in your overclock, PLL maybe, memory timing too tight? If you follow the guide a provided step by step. it suppose to do, after you have to play with PLL, timings, skew, PCIE Mhz, maybe bumping the vcore a notch
For timing, I have to increase or decrease?
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increse try 9-9-9-24

QPI/VTT : 1.6725v
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Don't feel too bad....... I have a C0 i7 that needs 1.425v Vcore to get to 3.9ghz I never did try for 4ghz with that one as I didn't want to run the Vcore any higher than that for 24/7.

One thing, did you check for an interference fit of the CPU block around the socket? Sometimes the caps around the socket are spaced too close and the block, or retaining device, hits them preventing it from laying completely flat on the CPU chip.

Also, what application procedure are you using to apply the MX-4? Pea-sized blob, rice-grain, smoothing with finger or credit card? It can make a difference if you are not applying it correctly or using enough TIM
Wow...that's too high.

I've checked last time, CPU block sitting perfect.

I applied using plastic spatula.

Thinking of putting everything outside the case and give a try to see how's the temperature, but not so early. Busy with assignments and testes. Maybe will do so during break.
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increse try 9-9-9-24

QPI/VTT : 1.6725v
Sure, will try and get back to you as soon as possible.
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You should put the Thermal paste only by putting a small drop in the center of the ISF (grain of rice method)
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Wow...that's too high.

I've checked last time, CPU block sitting perfect.

I applied using plastic spatula.

Thinking of putting everything outside the case and give a try to see how's the temperature, but not so early. Busy with assignments and testes. Maybe will do so during break.
Now that I think of it, even with 1.425v of Vcore, I had temps as good as yours with hyper-threading on. I used a Mugen II air cooler then switched to an H50, and still never exceeded the high 70's (approx 18c ambient). I know the ambient helped some but that should have been offset by having HT enabled.

Did you look up your batch number? It could be that it's not a good 'clocker. Also, I'm not real familiar with MX-2, is it supposed to be spread like that? Is it real thick and viscous? If not, the rice-grain method mentioned earlier, or a pea-sized blob works really well. And make sure that the block is tightened down properly. From what I can gather, the tighter that you screw the block down, the better it works. Of course there's a caveat.......don't tighten it TOO much that you strip a screw, break a screw, or worse snap something off!

One more thing, is all the air purged out of your loop? Someone asked for pics of your case/rig. Can you take some for us to study? That would help plus we could see how good everything looks!
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