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My 4.1Ghz profile has a load voltage of 1.223v. In AI Suite I have the CPU Power Phase set to Extreme, but when I set it to Optimized it crashes in a few minutes under load. Would it be better to bump the vcore up and put the Phase control on Optimized, or leave the voltage as it is and keep the Phase control on Extreme?

I would bump vcore and run Power Phase Optimized. It switches to the coolest mosfets. It should, in theory, improve the life of your board, where as on a CPU running lower than stock volts, a small bump is completely insignificant. If you had the mosfets under water though, it wouldn't matter but they run kind of hot otherwise.

To contrast that however, Hambone has been running extreme cpu phase at 4.5 since around socket 2011 release I think, albeit on a sabertooth x79. No issues with his AFAIK.

Good to know. I'll do that then. Thanks redface.gif

Well after bumping the vcore one increment and putting CPU Phase on Optimized instead of Extreme, everything is stable and temps stayed the same: 45C package temp, 56C average core temp (HT-enabled). But, it got me wondering about the LLC. Should I have this lowered as well, or does it only affect the vcore? I mean, since I have to use a static voltage for my 4.1Ghz profile because with Off-set Mode I can't get the load voltage low enough because then it'll go too low when idling and crash, I use LLC. With Manual voltage mode, I have LLC set to Extreme so that I can idle at 1.2v but get the 1.223v I need for load. Basically, I'm wondering if Extreme LLC is raising anything in addition to the vcore, and whether or not my board/CPU would be better off if I just set the vcore to 1.223v manually and dropped LLC down to regular.
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Hey guys, I can upgrade my 3820 to a 3930 for 250. Think I should do it?
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I'm biased as I have one, but still, I would say a resounding HELL YES.
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I'm biased as I have one, but still, I would say a resounding HELL YES.



I dunno why I've always dragged my feet about getting a 500 buck or more cpu. In the scope of things, I had no problem with 2k of gpus lol. I guess I can cover the upgrade. biggrin.gif
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I dunno why I've always dragged my feet about getting a 500 buck or more cpu. In the scope of things, I had no problem with 2k of gpus lol. I guess I can cover the upgrade. biggrin.gif

For multi-threaded apps, impossible to beat the 3930K. Unless of course we start talking Xeons. biggrin.gif
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Yeah, Quad Core Vs 6 Core, i say grab it, the 3930k standard or Overclocked is a power House, ive had mine running @5ghz playing BF3!! biggrin.gif
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post #2507 of 9802
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Hey guys, I can upgrade my 3820 to a 3930 for 250. Think I should do it?


Do it, it's awesome. I Have a bunch of crap still up and running while playing games. You can dedicate more cores to a VM. It's super awesome just for internet browsing lol.
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I had some problems with modded bios and it's not so difficult to put the original unmodded in, so give it a try, if nothing changes you would at least have eliminated a possibility.
Older versions of monitoring programs (AIDA,HWiNFO) had BSOD issues with RST, update if you have anything running.
There is somewhere a newer version of RSTe, 3.5.0.1101 WHQL.
Thanks I'll try the new RSTe I just had a bsod I have a dump file I don't know how to read them though.

http://www.filefactory.com/file/y9563m5lg2x/
 
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hey guys, i have an odd situation: running my 3930k @ 4.8 24/7, cpu under water, custom loop, no speedstep. did an intelburn run last night (first one), summer evening, highs hit 70 on one core, passed. this morning, very cool room, with additional fan blowing on mosfet (again, closed case), and getting much cooler temps under load, i can't complete the test, as i get error that my cooling is not good enough?
everything is at least 5C cooler under load, by realtemp, cooler ambient temps too, and yet i get the error. even turned on an a/c unit near the box, idle temps drop to 28C, load down 8C, and still temp error by intelburntest...
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I'm biased as I have one, but still, I would say a resounding HELL YES.

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Yeah, Quad Core Vs 6 Core, i say grab it, the 3930k standard or Overclocked is a power House, ive had mine running @5ghz playing BF3!! biggrin.gif

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For multi-threaded apps, impossible to beat the 3930K. Unless of course we start talking Xeons. biggrin.gif

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Do it, it's awesome. I Have a bunch of crap still up and running while playing games. You can dedicate more cores to a VM. It's super awesome just for internet browsing lol.


I guess that's a yes? biggrin.gif
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