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Doing 4.7GHz ~1.42v fully stable, and it is a C1! smile.gif
I'm really happy with 4.7GHz, my old i7 2600k was quite good and did 5GHz at 1.42v but hey I can't have golden chips all the time. biggrin.gif
Thank big time for the help to everyone in this thread, I really appreciate it.

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Is 1.44 vcore safe for 24/7 under water? Temperatures under prime 95 maxed at 68ºC and gaming wise ~62-63ºC in heavy CPU games.
Is this safe? It's a C1 chip by the way.

Quoting my self .

I'd also like to know how can I enable PCIE 3.0 on this board? Both cards running at PCIE 2.0 16x-16x, I know it won't give me any performance gain but I would still like to have them at PCIE 3.0.
Edited by kcuestag - 12/13/12 at 7:30am
    
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If your cooling system is good & can cool the CPU, then yeah, it's safe. You're overclocking, pretty much it will stress the CPU. Whether it will degrade faster or slower, only time can tell.

Nvidia "offcially" only support PCIe 2.0 with their standard release driver on X79 platform. They did released a patch to force the card running in PCIe 3.0 spec. Check this out:-
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/GeForce-600-Series-Kepler-X79-PCIe_3.0,16091.html

BTW, can you run benchmark, e.g. 3dmark 11, before & after applying the patch?
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If your cooling system is good & can cool the CPU, then yeah, it's safe. You're overclocking, pretty much it will stress the CPU. Whether it will degrade faster or slower, only time can tell.
Nvidia "offcially" only support PCIe 2.0 with their standard release driver on X79 platform. They did released a patch to force the card running in PCIe 3.0 spec. Check this out:-
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/GeForce-600-Series-Kepler-X79-PCIe_3.0,16091.html
BTW, can you run benchmark, e.g. 3dmark 11, before & after applying the patch?

Thanks, managed to make them run at PCIE 3.0, sadly I did not run any benchmark before the patch. lachen.gif
    
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Well I'm thinking it's the RAM, I'm now using the 8GB (2x4GB) G-Skill Ripjaws X 1600MHz CL7, I'm running Prime 95 with 1792k FFT's and using ~6GB of RAM (Out of 8GB) so total RAM usage right now is 92% with followingh settings:

CPU Vcore @ 1.40v (LLC at High and cappability at 150% I think)
VCCSA and VTT at 1.20v
PLL at 1.80v
RAM at XMP (1600MHz, 7-8-7-24-2T, 1.6v)

So far it's been running good for 5 minutes, before I'd never imagine running this test for over 5 seconds with those voltages. smile.gif

If things go well, I'll try lowering the voltage even more, and then save this OC Profile of 4.6GHz and try 4.8GHz. biggrin.gif

Oh well, I guess I'll be returning the RAM to my friend, not a big deal, these 8GB are amazing.

I'm sorry to butt in here but I've got a 3960x C1 running at 4.7 with 1.34v and similar settings as above except I'm using 16Gb ram quoted at 2400 reduced to 2133 with XMP selected. I got to 3+ hours on Prime95 and then the whole system reset to "bF" on the bios display. I've run LinX past 20 cycles OK but I was wondering if there was something particular to Prime95 that has to be set accordingly. I realise this may be too general a question but I'm hoping there is a particular setting or settings that is/are more important in a long duration benchmark compared with a short duration LinX run, notwithstanding the fact that there are mixed feelings about the rights and wrongs of using LinX before Prime95 or indeed using LinX at all.

I realise I can just increase Vcore and other parameters but do any of the secondary voltages (VCCSA/VTT/LLC et al) impact on a Prime95 run.

Thanx in advance and I hope I'm not hijacking the current postings.
Edited by yknot - 12/14/12 at 5:12am
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I'm sorry to butt in here but I've got a 3960x C1 running at 4.7 with 1.34v and similar settings as above except I'm using 16Gb ram quoted at 2400 reduced to 2133 with XMP selected. I got to 3+ hours on Prime95 and then the whole system reset to "bF" on the bios display. I've run LinX past 20 cycles OK but I was wondering if there was something particular to Prime95 that has to be set accordingly. I realise this may be too general a question but I'm hoping there is a particular setting or settings that is/are more important in a long duration benchmark compared with a short duration LinX run, notwithstanding the fact that there are mixed feelings about the rights and wrongs of using LinX before Prime95 or indeed using LinX at all.
Thanx in advance and I hope I'm not hijacking the current postings.

Check the motherboard manual and see what that LED code means.

Honestly, I recommend you to run Prime 95 (Version v27.7) with the following settings:



If you can run those settings for over an hour, you're pretty much 100% stable, never had a problem by using that method, and it's always been 100% stable (Rendering, Folding@Home, gaming...).
    
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I was following your OC.
I am using the Strider 1000 plus as well, it has all the cables for the modo power hook ups.
Although I had to pick up extensions for my case because of it's size.
It makes the Eatx board look a mini.

The ram heat issue could be addressed with a couple of ram fans, at less than $20 each I went with the Gskills for my Tridents.

I'm running the 3920 and your work will be great referance for me when I get time to play with my machine.
Hoping for some down time over christmas holidays.

Good work and persistance, comgrats.
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kcuestag
I was following your OC.
I am using the Strider 1000 plus as well, it has all the cables for the modo power hook ups.
Although I had to pick up extensions for my case because of it's size.
It makes the Eatx board look a mini.
The ram heat issue could be addressed with a couple of ram fans, at less than $20 each I went with the Gskills for my Tridents.
I'm running the 3920 and your work will be great referance for me when I get time to play with my machine.
Hoping for some down time over christmas holidays.
Good work and persistance, comgrats.
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Thank you sir! smile.gif

I already returned the RAM to my friend, as I am more than happy with this current 8GB set, didn't really need quad channel or 16GB. rolleyes.gif

I'll have to check the PSU's box for those cables, but honestly if it's stable as it is, I think I won't be bothered to use that extra 4-pin CPU, unless of course that allows me to overclock with lower voltage, which I honestly doubt it.
    
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I'm sorry to butt in here but I've got a 3960x C1 running at 4.7 with 1.34v and similar settings as above except I'm using 16Gb ram quoted at 2400 reduced to 2133 with XMP selected. I got to 3+ hours on Prime95 and then the whole system reset to "bF" on the bios display. I've run LinX past 20 cycles OK but I was wondering if there was something particular to Prime95 that has to be set accordingly. I realise this may be too general a question but I'm hoping there is a particular setting or settings that is/are more important in a long duration benchmark compared with a short duration LinX run, notwithstanding the fact that there are mixed feelings about the rights and wrongs of using LinX before Prime95 or indeed using LinX at all.
Thanx in advance and I hope I'm not hijacking the current postings.

Check the motherboard manual and see what that LED code means.

Honestly, I recommend you to run Prime 95 (Version v27.7) with the following settings:



If you can run those settings for over an hour, you're pretty much 100% stable, never had a problem by using that method, and it's always been 100% stable (Rendering, Folding@Home, gaming...).

Thanx for that. As a casual ocker I was a bit programmed into thinking that Prime95 had to be run forever and a day. I'm off to try your recommendation forthwith or withforth even.

Thanx again.

PS
The bios code bF (6F?) is a bit vague for my brain so I will take it as a one off for now.
Edited by yknot - 12/14/12 at 8:39am
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Hi guys.
I need help with my overclock.
I tucked the CPU 4.8mhz, but when I do a test with prime95 or 3DMark11 or 3DmarkVantage, my PC crash in the middle of the test´s and gives a blue screen code: 0x00000101 (0x0000000000000011, 0x0000000000000000, 0xFFFFF88C03B42180, 0X000000000000000A)
I changed the following voltages:

CPU Ration: 48
X.M.P Enabled
CPU Vcore - 1.385
VTT CPU Voltage - 1.20000
2nd VTTCPU Voltage - 1.16997
CPU VCCSA - 1.20000
Dram Voltage (CHA,CHB) - 1.515
Dram Voltage (CHC,CHD) - 1.515
CPU PLL - 1.80000
PCH 1.1V . 1.10000

DIGI+Power Control:

CPU Load-line Calibration - Ultra High
CPU Current Frequency - 140%
CPU Fixed Frequency - 350
CPU Power Duty Control - Extreme

CPU VSA:

VCCSA Load-line Calibration - Extreme
VCCSA Current Capability - 140%
VCCSA Fixed Frequency - 350

When I start doing tests Prime95 seems to be okay as you can see in the picture



Please can some one help?
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