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I think I am going to try using the offset settings. My CPU runs much cooler during Prime95 with offset, Mid-High 70C's during Blend test. (edit, at least it did... now about 45 minutes in I'm seeing max temps of 86C on one of the cores) It appears that 1.36v is around the sweet spot for my PC from my testing over the past few days.

Using offset voltage, it peaks at 1.36v during Prime95, and I've seen it creep to 1.37v for one second but not since. And when idle, it drops down to like 0.989v or 1.003v at the minimum so it's not constantly running at 1.36v.

I'll let this run overnight and see where I stand. If I wake up to a BSOD or rounding error, than I'll bump the offset voltage up one notch and try again.
Edited by EliteGamer83 - 8/3/11 at 9:02pm
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I got a BSOD at 4 AM... bummer.

Well I don't want to crank anymore vcore than 1.37v into it (with my current hardware) so I'm stepping down to 4.4GHz and see if I can get stable. at 1.320v. From your (you all at OCN) experience, do you think 1.320v is too high for 4.4GHz?
Edited by EliteGamer83 - 8/4/11 at 5:58am
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Originally Posted by EliteGamer83;14459664 
I got a BSOD at 4 AM... bummer.

Well I don't want to crank anymore vcore than 1.37v into it (with my current hardware) so I'm stepping down to 4.4GHz and see if I can get stable. at 1.320v. From your (you all at OCN) experience, do you think 1.320v is too high for 4.4GHz?

When you get BSOD next time, try bumping the VTT(VCCIO) and dram.
Since when you go higher the clock, more RAM you have, it gets harder to maintain the stability.
I also have 8GB ram and until 4.6, it was fine with stock everything but after that, even at the stock timings I needed more dram and VTT.

Also try turning On/Off "spread spectrum" and "PLL overvoltage".
They act differently between systems and also PLL overvoltage seems like frequency dependent.
Means you might need it at 4.5 but not needed at 4.6.
I don't need it to be on until 5.2GHz. So "turn it on after 4.6ghz" theory is proven wrong.
And the spread spectrum will make your BCLK at 99.8 also it makes your load voltage a bit lower.
And it supposed to eliminate the electrical intermittent noise getting into your analog audio out.
Edited by Tunagoblin - 8/4/11 at 7:41am
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Well it lasted the best so far, 5 hours give or take 10 minutes or so. Then I got the same BSOD 0x101 which means I need more vcore. frown.gif (and yes, this is still on the 4.4GHz slightly lower OC I'm trying)

As for the ram, I left the voltage settings to auto, it's 1.5v ram and it auto-volts it to 1.530v. @PLL overvoltage, I don't really want to turn that on because I use the sleep mode on my PC rather often. Plus, I shouldn't have to enable that at such a low overclock! This is ridiculous!! A whole week just gone fooling around with this. I don't think it should be this hard for such a small overclock, maybe I have a bum chip or something.

And as for the VTT/QPI, I already manually raised it to 1.103v.

I feel like I'm doing some wrong! How long does it take you guys to overclock your CPU!? It's already been a week for me! All my OC's I can always boot into windows no problem but after about 4 or 5 hours of prime blend I get an error or something. This wastes so much time!!
Edited by EliteGamer83 - 8/4/11 at 11:15am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EliteGamer83;14462744 
Well it lasted the best so far, 5 hours give or take 10 minutes or so. Then I got the same BSOD 0x101 which means I need more vcore. frown.gif (and yes, this is still on the 4.4GHz slightly lower OC I'm trying)

As for the ram, I left the voltage settings to auto, it's 1.5v ram and it auto-volts it to 1.530v.

And as for the VTT/QPI, I already manually raised it to 1.103v.

OK. I guess you just need more vcore.
If you are even pumping enough vcore but getting 0x124 in the future, it most likely needs more vtt/dram.
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This is insanity. I just bumped it again, so now it's running 1.34v at only 4.4Ghz... It's at offset so it fluxuates between 1.33v and 1.34v.

If I ever upgrade in the future, I'm going for a P8P67 ASUS board. They seem much more popular. A lot of threads I'm reading about the ASRock Pro series boards, I see many people saying that they are "a bit different" or "not quite as easy" to overclock with. Oh well, I guess I should be thankful, at least I didn't get a DOA board. Count your blessings.. :\

ANYWAY.... @ 1.34v and 4.4Ghz, all other settings the same, I'll report back with the findings 5 hours from now.

I am supposed to be running Blend for 12 hours... right? I've read a couple threads on here that people said, if you can boot into windows, run prime for an hour and then if you don't get an error starting lowering your voltage... that seems like false info to me.
Edited by EliteGamer83 - 8/4/11 at 11:34am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EliteGamer83;14462970 
This is insanity. I just bumped it again, so now it's running 1.34v at only 4.4Ghz... It's at offset so it fluxuates between 1.33v and 1.34v.

If I ever upgrade in the future, I'm going for a P8P67 ASUS board. They seem much more popular. A lot of threads I'm reading about the ASRock Pro series boards, I see many people saying that they are "a bit different" or "not quite as easy" to overclock with. Oh well, I guess I should be thankful, at least I didn't get a DOA board. Count your blessings.. :\

ANYWAY.... @ 1.34v and 4.4Ghz, all other settings the same, I'll report back with the findings 5 hours from now.

I am supposed to be running Blend for 12 hours... right? I've read a couple threads on here that people said, if you can boot into windows, run prime for an hour and then if you don't get an error starting lowering your voltage... that seems like false info to me.

When to run Prime95 for long hours is up to you.
But it is better to be sure that the settings you got is the lowest you can go without getting BSOD or any problems before running 12 hours+ test.rolleyes.gif
What I do is I pre-test with different stress tests and different settings of Prime95.
I use IBT/LinX with AVX (win7 sp1 required) and test as much RAM as possible and run it few times.
If you haven't tried, it is a good and quick way to tell you that your settings give you BSOD or not.
It makes more heat than any other test so watch the temp while running, though..

Also test custom torture settings in Prime95.
Set minimum and maximum fft size to 1344 or 1792 respectively.
and put 6500mb or RAM to use since you have 8GB.
run 2 sets of 15 min run on each ffts.
Also run HCImemtest to test all rams if I'm OC ram.
If it passes all that then I do Prime95 12+ hours run.

You should take a look at The Sandy STABLE Club for more useful info. (Link on my sig)

As for the MB, the Pro series has some issues I heard..
But their extreme series are rock solid.thumb.gif
Edited by Tunagoblin - 8/4/11 at 12:21pm
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post #28 of 35
Try this and see what voltage you need to get it stable then you can change it to offset:

VCCSA Voltage: Auto it's advised not to touch that one
VCCIO Voltage: 1.125v
CPU PLL Voltage: AUTO
Auto PLL Overvoltage: Only enabling when using high (particular) multis.
PCH Voltage: Auto
VRM Frequency: 350
Duty Control: Extreme
Phase Control: Extreme
CPU Multi 45 by each core
CPU BCLK: 100 sb doesn't like changes in bclk
CPU voltage: Manual 1.3v and work your way up
DDR: STOCK VOLTAGE / TIMINGS / SPEED
Spread Spectrum: Enabled
LLC: check each level and see which works better for you under load
Intel Speedstep: Enabled
C1E: Enabled
C3/C6: Enabled - disable if you are using offset.
Core current limit: 200
Short duration turbo: 250
Long Duration Turbo:250


EVERYTHING ELSE IS ON DEFAULT

Work your way up and see what voltage you need to stabalize that multi
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Took me about a week a few hours a day in between work to get mine in sandy stable thread at 4.7ghz. I upgraded from an antec 500d powersupply to the corsair and I just put the mplier to 48 and booted to 4.8ghz with lowest voltage I've ever had. So in other words it takes a long time! I'm still not done and I have a "bleh" chip I think.

Your vcore isn't bad. Patience bud! It takes a bit of it. smile.gif
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Okay, it's not 4.5Ghz, but I got 4.4Ghz stable!! biggrin.gif It's set to offset mode, with CPU-z reporting voltages of either 1.328v or 1.336v.

I ran Prime95 Blend for 12 hours, with 0 errors, 0 warnings, and 0 BSOD's!

I feel fantastic. And just in time, my GTX 560 Ti should be arriving any day now! If I ever decide to shoot for a higher (like 4.6GHz) OC, I'm going to have to buy a new cooler though.

Although, even though it's not 4.5Ghz, I'd say 4.4 isn't too shabby. smile.gif Thank you for all your assistance!

@munaim1, Thanks for those settings, I'm saving them in a document in case I need them later on.
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