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Offset or manual voltage? Your low gflops has everything to do with not having sp1 installed.
Manual Voltage. I dont understand how to use offset to well....
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You can enable all cstates if you'd like. It's actually recommended.
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i noticed when i enabled C6 C4.. what ever its called my multiplier will go down and my total clock but not my volts. Why even enable it if it doesn't do anything to the voltage?
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Some say it helps with stability. If you use offset your volts can go down with the clock. Its really easy. Remember your voltage reading from the bios. Set it to offset and +.000 then reboot. Match the voltage you had in the bios by adding the +.000 offset you choose and your additional turbo voltage option unless you have that to auto.. that way you can save some power and keep temps down while using low load apps or idling.
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I only saw a max of 73C at 4.7Ghz. Id say thats pretty good for a 212+ .
You should see my temps after lapping LOL its ridiculous.

But you aren't using SP1.

Install SP1, and you better watch your chip doesnt blow up in your case.

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You can enable all cstates if you'd like. It's actually recommended.
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i noticed when i enabled C6 C4.. what ever its called my multiplier will go down and my total clock but not my volts. Why even enable it if it doesn't do anything to the voltage?
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Some say it helps with stability. If you use offset your volts can go down with the clock. Its really easy. Remember your voltage reading from the bios. Set it to offset and +.000 then reboot. Match the voltage you had in the bios by adding the +.000 offset you choose and your additional turbo voltage option unless you have that to auto.. that way you can save some power and keep temps down while using low load apps or idling.
For FIXED/MANUAL voltage users, it is recommended to set them (c3 and c6) to AUTO.

For OFFSET voltages users, it is recommended to Disable them if you have stability issues around light load, like browsing web or watching a video... they are appropriately referred to as "random bsods" ....

I had this problem and as an offset user I fixed it by disabling C3 C6. Package c-state limit I set to C2 just so I could be 100% sure what was happening, but AUTO should be fine. I also had to raise LLC, there is a whole theory behind that, but to keep it simple you can raise LLC as an offset voltage user and it may help a bit (not as much as disabling c states will help though).

If you aren't experiencing random bsods do not change anything.
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You should see my temps after lapping LOL its ridiculous.

But you aren't using SP1.

Install SP1, and you better watch your chip doesnt blow up in your case.
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naww im good.
Personally I dont think IBT is anything but pure overkill with SP1 (AVX instructions).

It's quicker, but the temps are so high that its beyond unrealistic, maybe 30C higher than what youd get in folding... its just stupid.
    
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Personally I dont think IBT is anything but pure overkill with SP1 (AVX instructions).

It's quicker, but the temps are so high that its beyond unrealistic, maybe 30C higher than what youd get in folding... its just stupid.
i have noticed random bsods after like 75 runs of IBT on high.. all of power saving features are disabled.
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Hmmm I see. When I said IBT was overkill, I was mostly referring to the heat generated (and not the stability-indicating component). As for stability really nothing is completely thorough.

If you are getting the random bsod problem try these......

1) For Fixed/Manual voltage method, trying setting C3/C6 Report to AUTO. For Offset voltage method, set them to Disabled.

2) Raising LLC can also help (more so for Offset voltage, less so for Fixed) but be sure that you adjust the Vcore so that on load in CPU-Z you have the same as before. Having LLC on the lowest setting can be a contributing factor to random bsods in my personal experience.

3) Generally speaking, power saving features on Sandy Bridge should be enabled. That includes EIST and C1E especially. This is crucial.

4) Last thing to stop random bsods that I'm aware of is switching to a Fixed voltage. Having a fairly consistent voltage whether under idle or load makes it easier for the system to control and will result in better stability in some cases.
    
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LLC is at max. I will try to run Prime95 for a couple of hours.
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