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TwoCables,

Glad to have you back, listen I understand what you are saying about Prime95, and if that's better than Linx by your expertise, then it is what I will start to use for stress testing.

Also, I never could get Realtemp to work, I tried over and over again - redownloading and nothing goes. So I am sticking to HWMonitor for now.

My question to you is, although my BCLK is at 100.0Mhz, why does it run at 99.8Mhz?
Also, CPU-Z shows my core voltage wrong, it's at 1.332 @ 4.5Ghz however in CPU-Z it says 1.056v - ----- that's a real wierd one.

Last but not least, I found that after I pass x45 - I lose stability with Linx/Intel -

Now I am willing to run Prime95 on x45 but I am hoping I can make a few changes get up to the next x46 -----

Thanks for your time --
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Originally Posted by joealbergo View Post
TwoCables,

Glad to have you back, listen I understand what you are saying about Prime95, and if that's better than Linx by your expertise, then it is what I will start to use for stress testing.

Also, I never could get Realtemp to work, I tried over and over again - redownloading and nothing goes. So I am sticking to HWMonitor for now.

My question to you is, although my BCLK is at 100.0Mhz, why does it run at 99.8Mhz?
Also, CPU-Z shows my core voltage wrong, it's at 1.332 @ 4.5Ghz however in CPU-Z it says 1.056v - ----- that's a real wierd one.

Last but not least, I found that after I pass x45 - I lose stability with Linx/Intel -

Now I am willing to run Prime95 on x45 but I am hoping I can make a few changes get up to the next x46 -----

Thanks for your time --
To get your BCLK to run at 100.00 you need to change the setting to 1002 in the bios,this will give you the 100.00 in windows,as to the CPU-Z reading,it's the same for the Z68 chipsets,waiting for CPUID to update for Giga boards,and lastly,you may well need to enable "internal pll overvoltage"for the higher multipliers to work,hope this helps.
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Yes, I understand that - my question is why?

I appreciate your response about the Internal PLL Overvoltage - I am going to hop into the BIOS after this post and take a look see, however I believe that it is set to enabled.

Now let me ask you this, I read that there should be settings like LLC, LLC1, LLC2, etc.

I don't have these options in my BIOS, what gives?

Thank you guys

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Here is the second run using the Linx Program that you suggested TwoCables!

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Your bclk is running 98 because you have spread spectrum enabled, for asus p67 mobo's it's better that it's enabled, hoewver for other's it seems that disabling it is better.

btw nice hijack
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Your bclk is running 98 because you have spread spectrum enabled, for asus p67 mobo's it's better that it's enabled, hoewver for other's it seems that disabling it is better.

btw nice hijack
lol, what's a hijack? lol

...and I don't know how to disable Spread Spectrum on Gigabyte boards?

---------

I changed a few things:

Hyperthreading - Disabled (Back to 4 cores now, not 8)
BCLK - 100.0Mhz (Not the 100.2)

I ran the Linx, it passed and it's good - Im going to run BC2 and see what happens, here's a shot.
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I think he means the topic of the thread has been changed (hijack) from what I originally intended/asked.

Anyway, I'm back to square one, I've set a maximum vcore of 1.38v and I shall see what multiplier I can get from that, without changing PLL, VTT and such, just vcore and multiplier initially. RAM configuration has also been downclocked (1066 at my memory timings of 9-9-9-24). Once I've found the best stable voltage and multiplier setting I'll then change it from fixed vcore to offset with the equivalent vcore, and tweak LLC as necessary. Finally after that I'll up the RAM to 1333 at 9-9-9-24 and see how it goes from there.
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post #98 of 108
Well, I just played BC2 since I last posted ---- it ran great - four cores, great FPS, no problems. Nice hot temps....


So... not sure what to do now...try 4.7 without hyperthreading?
maybe so../
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I'm left with a dilema.

To get 4.7 using offset I either have to over-volt, or put up with an occasional idle BSOD.

I need around 1.376-1.384v on the vcore to maintain a stable 4.7GHz, now ideally I don't want this running through the CPU 24/7 (fixed) so that's why I'm opting for offset instead of fixed voltage.

The problem, offset is +0.005v and additional turbo voltage (mV) is at the minimum I can set (+0.004v) which makes my vcore average between 1.384-1.392v, that's higher than what I need and I can't offset a negative voltage because it causes issues when the computer is idle or under light load at random times, LLC is level 2 (level 1 being regular, level 5 being maximum) and I can't make it level 3+ because it ends up spiking the vcore voltage above my configured vcore voltage on initial CPU load.

I'm stuck with very few choices, being I reduce my multiplier by 1, I stick with the vcore I'm given even though it's slightly higher than what I need, or some other suggestion that I haven't thought of.

Suggestions?
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post #100 of 108
I am going to leave the PC where it's at - 4.5 is fast enough for me and I am super happy. I don't want to put any more stress on the CPU and I don't see it even being possible with the issues I am having.

It's going to have to come at another time I guess.....

Thank you for all the help it's been fun
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