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Mind checking the vcore at load with CPU-Z when running Prime 95 on 1792 or 1344 FFT's? I find it hard to believe that you can run it stable at 1.36V at 4.8GHz, that is more than a golden 3930k. Also never leave the first VTT on Auto, it may use way too much, I wouldn't use anything above 1.2v for these SB-E chips.


I don't have Windows installed, so no CPU-Z.  I checked the BIOS, the VTT is reading at 1.25V on auto (OUCH), lowered it down to 1.2V for now, going to see if I can get down to around 1.15V, not sure how this chip will react. 

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I don't have Windows installed, so no CPU-Z.  I checked the BIOS, the VTT is reading at 1.25V on auto (OUCH), lowered it down to 1.2V for now, going to see if I can get down to around 1.15V, not sure how this chip will react. 


Well you haven't run Prime 95 so wouldn't call it stable then. tongue.gif

Still, very nice if you can Fold on it at 1.36v without crashes, you better drop that VTT to at least 1.2v, as 1.25v will degrade the 3930k quite fast. Personally I downclocked from 4.8 to 4.7 because I didn't like being on borderline 1.2v, so I went down to 4.7 which needs 1.170v and I feel safer.
    
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Well you haven't run Prime 95 so wouldn't call it stable then. tongue.gif

Still, very nice if you can Fold on it at 1.36v without crashes, you better drop that VTT to at least 1.2v, as 1.25v will degrade the 3930k quite fast. Personally I downclocked from 4.8 to 4.7 because I didn't like being on borderline 1.2v, so I went down to 4.7 which needs 1.170v and I feel safer.

 

I had Windows when I was doing the OC, I just no longer have Windows on it.  I'll probably take it down this weekend again when I have a bit of time, throw the W7 SSD back on it, and try really dialing in the OC.

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What do you guys do with the option, allow files on this drive to have contents indexed?

Only C:\? Or C:\ subfolders?
I did this and I kept getting a bsod on start up because of it lol.
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I have it on 1.36V in the bios with 'Extreme' LLC, the vtt is on auto, but I think it was around 1.2 something, I should probably try turning that down if I can.

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Mind checking the vcore at load with CPU-Z when running Prime 95 on 1792 or 1344 FFT's? I find it hard to believe that you can run it stable at 1.36V at 4.8GHz, that is more than a golden 3930k. Also never leave the first VTT on Auto, it may use way too much, I wouldn't use anything above 1.2v for these SB-E chips.

So I put 1.36v in bios for the vcore, but with Extreme LLC.

Idle is 1.392v and load is 1.416v:



    
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What do you guys do with the option, allow files on this drive to have contents indexed?

Only C:\? Or C:\ subfolders?
I did this and I kept getting a bsod on start up because of it lol.


Don't allow the whole drive to be indexed if its a ssd.
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Don't allow the whole drive to be indexed if its a ssd.

So just C:\? (first option)

I've got an issue anyway and it's doing my head in!

I disabled all the services listed in the link i've posted, But now my permissions are all screwed up! Can't copy anything to C:\Programs Files
Can't load Origin or Steam as it stats i don't have access even though i am admin? I go into Properties, then security tab and all my permission boxes are ticked.


http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?63273-*-Windows-7-Ultimate-Tweaks-amp-Utilities-*


Here the list from the site of the services i've disabled.

Application Experience
Computer Browser (If your PC does not connect to any network)
Desktop Window Manager Session Manager (If you don't want the aero effects)
Diagnostic Policy Service
Disk Defragmenter
Distributed Link Tracking Client
IP Helper
Offline Files
Portable Device Enumerator Service
Print Spooler (If you do not use Printer)
Protected Storage
Remote Registry (You can safely disable it for more Security)
Secondary Logon
Security Center
Server (If your computer do not connect with any network)
Tablet PC Input Service
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
Windows Defender
Windows Error Reporting Service
Windows Media Center Service Launcher
Windows Search (If you rarely use Windows Search feature )
Windows Time (If you do not want to synchronize system time with internet time automatically)



Could it be caused by one of the top services?
post #4008 of 9809
Don't follow that guide? Seriously though, if you're gonna disable services, do it one at a time and test before disabling others. Something tied to something is not happy. Did you also check the services' dependencies?


Anyways, you dont need to run those silly tweaks. I'm killing benches and I only do a few tweaks to my ssd, disable indexing on the ssd, change the cache method, reduce the page file and create a big one on my mechnical drive and that's it. You have a hexacore at 4.6ghz, and you fear some middling services in the background? wink.gif
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Don't follow that guide? Seriously though, if you're gonna disable services, do it one at a time and test before disabling others. Something tied to something is not happy. Did you also check the services' dependencies?


Anyways, you dont need to run those silly tweaks. I'm killing benches and I only do a few tweaks to my ssd, disable indexing on the ssd, change the cache method, reduce the page file and create a big one on my mechnical drive and that's it. You have a hexacore at 4.6ghz, and you fear some middling services in the background? wink.gif

I only followed it believing it will speed things up lol. Nieve much? Just did another fresh install without touching the services and all is good again.

Curious to know why its a guide stating it will give a performance boost? I guess on my hardware i wont even notice as you said lol.
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I only followed it believing it will speed things up lol. Nieve much? Just did another fresh install without touching the services and all is good again.

Curious to know why its a guide stating it will give a performance boost? I guess on my hardware i wont even notice as you said lol.

I think Overprovision is worth doing. I'm trying to find the recent review with Samsun 840 and Corsair Neutron and overprovision. brb

Edit : Found it so on this review you can click on the buttons to compare drives with different size over provision settings. Check out 25% it really helps, the over performance is much better.
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