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post #11 of 24
CPU ---- > Memory ------> GPU

Never all at once, lol.
post #12 of 24
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also, how do I know if my temps are staying safe when running prime95?
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post #13 of 24
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Methos07 View Post
CPU ---- > Memory ------> GPU

Never all at once, lol.
not sure what you mean...is the blended all at once?
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post #14 of 24
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bump...anyone? Sorry, didn't mean to get two threads going...
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post #15 of 24
hwmonitor is a great program to use. It is free and available online, it is just an exe, so you don't even have to install it. I have it on a jumpdrive.
post #16 of 24
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well I let the uefi of my mobo do my overclocking for me. I'm running at 4.8 and the vcore is about 1.401 at the max. I'm running about 84 max when running 5 passes on IBT on the very high setting.

So is this a good thing to leave or should I try and bring temp and vcore down some? Could I go higher? I have heard the auto overclocking things introduces too much voltage. Also, there are a ton of other voltage readings which I have no idea what they are (DRAM, VCCSC or something and many more)? Any ofthese I need to pay particular attention to?
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post #17 of 24
You should use your own manual settings. keep in mind high voltages leads to degrading of the cpu. I personally plan on keeping my rig for a long time so I overclocked as much as I could WITHOUT raising the voltage. (2.66ghz -> 3.62ghz) I am completely satisfied with this and consider it a very healthy overclock.

also how hot you allow your cpu to get is up to you. Seeing that gaming will not stress a cpu as much as intel burn test, its doubtful you would break 80c gaming. These are completely safe temperatures but I personally dont like allowing my cpu to get that hot. Mine never breaks 70c. Heat also leads to degrading but obviously that wont come into play short term.

Dont let my degrading comments make you paranoid. I just dont want you to overclock to 5+ ghz without knowing the risks. Degrading is not something that happens overnight.
Edited by revamper - 7/19/11 at 10:59pm
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post #18 of 24
Well you need to have your DRAMvoltage match whatever is on your ram...which is 1.5 if I'm not mistaken. As far as other voltages I'm not sure...I'm AMD and have no experience overclocking Intel, not that I wouldn't if I had the chance or money.
post #19 of 24
If your CPU frequency is not stable, its usually pretty apparent right away when you stress/use your machine, but voltages can be tricky, unless its blatantly off what it should be.

You can spend 12 hours stressing with P95 which doesn't crash, and you could be on the net a week later and the thing dies, when your getting close to your optimal voltage, it can take a while to get it.
post #20 of 24
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys. I don't mind upping the voltage a bit. However, I did just find out that my system may have passed IBT fine, but definitely not Prime95. I started Prime95 and everything was fine. I started running the test and then stopped them and exited out of the program to check something. I turned Realtemp on and then opened up Prime95 again and it crashed to a BSOD immediately. It seems like P95 never crashes when running, only when opening the program. Is this normal? Where do I go from here? Did I get any valuable info from the auto OC...other than I need to bump my vcore up? There are just so many options in the OC Tweaker section of my UEFI that I have no idea what can/should be adjusted and what shouldn't.

Also, do my fans automatically increase in RPM's as needed depending on the heat?
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