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Have any of you installed that Instant Boot Program? I'm just wondering if it is worth it or not. I mean I'm already getting fast boot times with my M4, but Instant boots would be even more awesome.
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Have any of you installed that Instant Boot Program? I'm just wondering if it is worth it or not. I mean I'm already getting fast boot times with my M4, but Instant boots would be even more awesome.

There a catch....what it does is restarts your computer and boots into windows, once it boots into windows it goes into a full deep sleep.
Pressing the power button, wakes it from its zero power sleep thus the name "instant boot"
Pretty good if u asked me, this new type of sleep is the same as having the PC switched off. thumb.gif
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I guess I'll try it out. Thanks for the info!
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@ocman: It's actually Prime stable(8hrs;4hrs folding) at 5.0GHZ on 1.395v. It just got too hot for my Silver Arrow with Texas weather.
Wow! Sounds like you might have a gold chip! Can you post all of your settings you're using?
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I'm in!
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Just a heads up complexlogic, i tried the settings that We Gone posted from that thread you linked (the asrock multi issue) and it booted up fine:
Just for grins, Give this a shot These are my 4.7 settings
CPU Ratio: 47x
PLL Overvoltage: Enabled
SpeedStep: Enabled
Turbo Boost Power Limit: Manual
Short Duration Power Limit: 230
Long Duration Power Limit: 220
Long Duration Maintained: 1
Core Current Limit: 230
BCLK: 100.0MHz
Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Power Savings Mode: Disabled
Voltage Mode: Offset
Core voltage: +0.075v (1.368v)
LLC: Level 4
DRAM Voltage: 1.605v(My ram is F3-12800CL7D)
PCH Voltage: Auto 1.059v
PLL Voltage: 1.709v
VTT Voltage: 1.085v
VCCSA Voltage: 1.016v
C3: Disabled
C6: Disabled
C1E: Enabled
C State Support: Disable
My main problem now is that the voltage is a tad higher than i expected. We Gone got 1.368 in windows but im nowhere near that, i hit 1.4v at the highest peak. Is it possible to increase the short, long duration limits and also core current to make up for less voltage? If its possible, id try that and lower the amount of v because im just not comfortable with 1.4v even though the chip doesnt get to 70 degrees under load.

I'm running mine at 1.45 rolleyes.gif
    
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I'm running mine at 1.45 rolleyes.gif

Aint that a bit too much?, especially if you plan on keeping it for a while. Ill keep mine at 1.4v cause im upgrading to Ivy Bridge when it comes out. Hopefully its just as impressive as SB was.
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1.45 is fine, its all personal preference. There are people who have run 1.6-1.7 through their chips and not fried them(obviously not for 24/7 use). There are a number of people running 1.495 through their chips 24/7 for a 5ghz oc. Although, I wouldn't advise that on air.
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Aint that a bit too much?, especially if you plan on keeping it for a while. Ill keep mine at 1.4v cause im upgrading to Ivy Bridge when it comes out. Hopefully its just as impressive as SB was.
Mine's under water. RASA RX360 kit smile.gif Temps haven't gone over 65 c biggrin.gif
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1.45 is fine, its all personal preference. There are people who have run 1.6-1.7 through their chips and not fried them(obviously not for 24/7 use). There are a number of people running 1.495 through their chips 24/7 for a 5ghz oc. Although, I wouldn't advise that on air.

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Just a heads up complexlogic, i tried the settings that We Gone posted from that thread you linked (the asrock multi issue) and it booted up fine:
Just for grins, Give this a shot These are my 4.7 settings
CPU Ratio: 47x
PLL Overvoltage: Enabled
SpeedStep: Enabled
Turbo Boost Power Limit: Manual
Short Duration Power Limit: 230
Long Duration Power Limit: 220
Long Duration Maintained: 1
Core Current Limit: 230
BCLK: 100.0MHz
Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Power Savings Mode: Disabled
Voltage Mode: Offset
Core voltage: +0.075v (1.368v)
LLC: Level 4
DRAM Voltage: 1.605v(My ram is F3-12800CL7D)
PCH Voltage: Auto 1.059v
PLL Voltage: 1.709v
VTT Voltage: 1.085v
VCCSA Voltage: 1.016v
C3: Disabled
C6: Disabled
C1E: Enabled
C State Support: Disable
My main problem now is that the voltage is a tad higher than i expected. We Gone got 1.368 in windows but im nowhere near that, i hit 1.4v at the highest peak. Is it possible to increase the short, long duration limits and also core current to make up for less voltage? If its possible, id try that and lower the amount of v because im just not comfortable with 1.4v even though the chip doesnt get to 70 degrees under load.

So key differences here are:

  • PLL voltage lowered as I suggested. This may well be helping.
  • VTT a bit higher than stock, which is fine and can't hurt. You'd tried this previously and it didn't help by itself
  • PLL overvoltage enabled. May help as previously suggested
  • VCCSA voltage boosted. Unlikely to be making a difference. If you don't have to run with it overvolted then don't. It's only likely necessary if you're overclocking the RAM
  • C states disabled. This probably makes no difference.
  • A lot higher vcore. This is almost certainly what's making the difference, as you previously had a negative offset. I bet you could set almost everything back the way you had and just keep this vcore offset and it would work
  • Increasing short and long duration power limits won't make a difference. They're just a cap to prevent exceeding a specified TDP. They can't make up for lower voltage if what's needed is more voltage.

So, if you want to lower the voltage then (in this order)

  • Steadily decrease vcore offset until it no longer boots. Then test with Linx at the last setting it did boot. Keep adding to the offset till it is stable
  • Reset VCCSA to auto and retest. If it's stable, leave on auto
  • Enable C-states. Retest. If stable, leave enabled
  • Disable PLL overvoltage. Retest. If stable leave disabled
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Now that I've had a chance to read all of the posts thoroughly I'm ready to join the club smile.gif

@OCman good to see you again, I followed & joined the p5q pro turbo club a while back. Without your help I dont think I would have been able to hit 5ghz on my E8500.

I'm yet to bother trying on this chip, so far it seems like an average one. Import, I'm jealous of your chip, if I had that chip I would toss all my air cooling and buy a fully custom loop, it has some serious potential! thumb.gif
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Now that I've had a chance to read all of the posts thoroughly I'm ready to join the club smile.gif

@OCman good to see you again, I followed & joined the p5q pro turbo club a while back. Without your help I dont think I would have been able to hit 5ghz on my E8500.

I'm yet to bother trying on this chip, so far it seems like an average one. Import, I'm jealous of your chip, if I had that chip I would toss all my air cooling and buy a fully custom loop, it has some serious potential! thumb.gif

Believe me, I've been planning one.

I got to 5GHz on my P8P67, I haven't tried on this board yet (It's too hot in my room), but here were my settings from what I remember.

Multi - 50
BCLK - 100
Internal PLL Overvoltage - On
Memory Timings - 9-10-9-28-1T
LLC - Extreme
VCore/Manual- 1.395v
VRM Frequency - 350
Phase Control - Extreme
Duty Control - Extreme
CPU Current Capability - 150
Spread Spectrum - Off
Hyper-Threading - On

Everything else was on default. Load temps hit 78-79C.
Edited by importflip - 2/1/12 at 4:50pm
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