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Be sure to connect PWM fans to PWM headers and regular 3-wire fans to regular headers. PWM headers can't regulate regular fan RPM.
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Im using 1.12 with zero issues aside a BSOD pfn_list_corrupt Windows bug probably...

My BSOD is worse than I thought now windows Says 8.00Gb (7.48 usable)
Bios, cpu-z all say and detect 8.00Gb (8142mb) the task manager show 7.48Gb

memtest 86+ show 7565mb
Ran Prime 95 for a couple of minutes specified test for ram no errors I´m going crazy mad.gif

Anyone could help me ?

A socket bend pin could originate this?
Edited by XFighter899 - 1/3/12 at 4:04am
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success!!!! overnight prime stable!! 4700 @ 1.32v...how did I do?

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success!!!! overnight prime stable!! 4700 @ 1.32v...how did I do?
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Impressive!!!! But were not done yet are we? Those temp's look good, looks like you got yourself a nice chip.

4.8ghz @ 1.37vcore
4.9ghz @ 1.39vcore
5ghz @ 1.42vcore
Try these and may have to play with the llc a little.
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Impressive!!!! But were not done yet are we? Those temp's look good, looks like you got yourself a nice chip.
4.8ghz @ 1.37vcore
4.9ghz @ 1.39vcore
5ghz @ 1.42vcore
Try these and may have to play with the llc a little.

thanks freeline wink.gif

i am going to try and figure out how to use offset voltage first then maybe see what else she has in her wink.gif
post #966 of 2941
Not sure if it will help anyone, because all chips are different, but my BIOS settings for my 4700 overclock above are as follows:

47 multiplier
1.32 vcore FIXED (for now, until i change to offset)
CPU PLL 1.709
LLC level 2
Thermal throttling enabled
VTT auto = 1.059v
VCCSA auto = 0.925v
PCH auto = 1.059v
Internal PLL overvolt DISABLED
Turbo Boost Power Limit Manual
Short duration 250
Long duration 250
Long duration maintained 1
Additional Turbo voltage auto
Core current limit 250
Spread Spectrum disabled (was making my bclk 99.7)
C1E enabled
C3/C6 enabled
Speedstep Enabled


under load, i am getting vdroop between 1.304 - 1.312v, so that is why I set it to LLC 2
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Ok, so I need some help understanding/setting offset voltage mode now that I am stable and I know my voltages.

In the BIOS I have 1.32v fixed, with LLC 2
Under load, I see the vcore dropping between 1.304 and 1.312v, so I assume my goal with offset is to get it as close as possible to 1.312v?

In realtemp, my VID under load is 1.3711 so I am supposed to take the difference of that and my load vcore in cpuz, so 1.3711 - 1.312 = 0.0591

So, my offset is approx - 0.06?

The part that confuses me is what am I supposed to set my vcore to in the BIOS? Since I want to be as close as I can to 1.312, so 1.312 + 0.06 offset = 1.372? And then set the LLC to whatever gets me closest?

Sorry, I am confused about offset frown.gif

And should it be +0.06 or -0.06? In what instances do you use + or - offset?
Edited by saiyanzzrage - 1/3/12 at 11:06am
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Hey, sure Id be glad to help.
I have 2 140mm fans at the top (exhaust) and 1 140mm fan at the front (intake) and they are all connected directly to the power supply.
For cooling, since I have an h50 and using push/pull, I have 2 120mm fans at the rear in exhaust. I have these directly connected to the mobo in ports 41 and 7. The power for the h50 pump i have connected to either port 3 or 4, i dont remember
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Be sure to connect PWM fans to PWM headers and regular 3-wire fans to regular headers. PWM headers can't regulate regular fan RPM.

The thing with the mobo is that it only has two 3 pin headers. And the bottom one is a 4 pin labelled as Chassis Fan 1. It is not labelled as PWM though.
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The thing with the mobo is that it only has two 3 pin headers. And the bottom one is a 4 pin labelled as Chassis Fan 1. It is not labelled as PWM though.

my fans are pwm, but they are quiet enough where I just leave them running full blast, so any mobo header was fine for me, it was just a matter of convenience where I plugged them
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The thing with the mobo is that it only has two 3 pin headers. And the bottom one is a 4 pin labelled as Chassis Fan 1. It is not labelled as PWM though.

That's the one thing I don't like about this board (Fatal1ty). It has 2 CPU headers and they're both different. So if you use a push/pull setup you'll need one 3 pin fan and one 4 pin fan. And even if you do, they still don't run the same RPM. The 3 pin fan idles at 1100 and the 4 pin idles at 800. I just got a splitter for mine to run off the 3 pin so I'll be putting my push/pull setup back on tonight. I probably should have gotten new 4 pin fans and used the 4 pin header so my fans idle less. Oh well............. This is pretty much the only complaint I have about this board, and the fan control is very archaic.
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